A cliché collection of anthems you’ll sing today, tomorrow, and 20 years from now.
M.I.A. and Young Thug appear on the original version of the No. 1 single.
In an interview, the “Franchise” rapper also pimps his McDonald’s collaboration.
Plus, watch the accompanying short filmed premiered during IMAX screenings of Tenet.
M.I.A.’s second song of the year comes in support of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Also featuring comebacks by Bright Eyes, Car Seat Headrest, M.I.A., and Bobby D.
“If I have to choose the vaccine or chip, I’m gonna choose death,” she tweeted.
Ghost Echoes time travels with Bryan Ferry.
“Free music to get you the fuck up outta bed,” she wrote in a tweet.
“…you guys could be my manager for a day, tell me what to do with my career, therapy sessions, dating advice, we’ll see what happens,” the artist said.
To recognize her “services to music” in Britain.
The songs we leaned on during the heartbreak, political turmoil, celebration, and devastation that was the 2010s.