“i spent my entire teenage years hating myself because of the shit y’all preached would happen to me because i was gay. so i hope u are mad, stay mad, feel the same anger you teach us to have towards ourselves,” 21-year-old rapper, singer, songwriter and openly gay cultural icon Lil Nas X tweeted on March 27.
In her sixth studio album, Grande expresses her signature sassy, playful femininity that her fan base repeatedly laps up.
Whelan’s was jammed as the Atlanta based rock band took over the place for two shows that kick started their 2019 European tour.
Kanye’s irrefutable egoism impedes his artistic focus on his new gospel-inspired album, “Jesus is King”.
Nirvana released their “MTV Unplugged in New York” live album 25-years-ago, and to this day it has remained a reminder of the legacy of the band.
The setlist accompanied by politically charged imagery made the entire concert feel like a campaign for Bono 2027. The massive production was incredible to say the least and there is no doubt that the band are better than ever. But with Bono full of dad jokes and more humbler than ever, he was cascading, stripped down.
The words, “thank you, next” in relation to past relationships sounds cold and unfeeling, but the song is the complete opposite of that. Grande is genuinely thanking her exes for helping her grow and prosper into the person she is today, there’s no negativity or bitterness within the song despite its subject matter.
Although don’t brace yourselves for any new releases in 2018, when asked if there was anything planned, Fitzgerald responded; “We’re currently writing music, and doing a lot of crappy demo’s. We have songs that we’re currently, kind of, testing a little bit but we haven’t sat down to play anything yet.”