In an op-ed in The Guardian, Greenwood writes, “My country’s music is great because it scorns borders and boundaries; it is a great patriotic source, a force of confidence, joy and shared passions.”
James Dolan thinks he understands COVID-19 better than scientists.
Pop culture journalist Jeremy Helligar writes in Variety, “This is a discussion we need to have…”
Plus, the Philly rapper has penned a New York Times op-ed on prison reform.
The rocker began cutting herself in her teens and especially struggled with self-harm around the time of Garbage’s 1998 sophomore album.
Rapper says the system is rigged with “the goal of putting [people] back in prison.”
“Good films by real filmmakers aren’t made to be decoded, consumed or instantly comprehended,” he writes.
“I don’t got time for lippin’. I got time for actions. Anytime I’m speaking it’s action.”
Delaying the band’s fifth LP has only made their fandom more fervent.
What the rise of solo artists means for a genre once ruled by bands.
“45 years later, it’s time to rethink our policies and laws.”
The elusive artist will release Boys Don’t Cry later than intended — and he doesn’t need to apologize.