The twin synthpop duo gets real about James Corden and their changing sound.
Pop Stars like Beyoncé Leading the Conversation About Feminism: A Discussion Between Two Concerned Scholars
For the record, we both acknowledge Beyoncé's talent and appreciate why so many people, and women in particular, are applauding Lemonade, and perhaps seeing themselves in it. That's not our issue or focus. The impetus for this conversation was a post on Facebook discussing feminist scholar bell hooks' response to Beyoncé's visual album, Lemonade.
The Rocket Man effectively dissed both in one fell swoop.
"Over the last 10 years, my story's been really difficult. No one has any idea what happened to me."
"I don't think I had a voice. I think I was terrible."
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I love music so much; that I don't see what good comes from choosing one cultural export as the song that defined our year 2014. The investigation of the word "artistry" is the only good thing to emerge from this media blip.
"I’m looking forward to getting back out and celebrating being yourself. It’s one of the most amazing things," she said. Sign
It's all part of her mission to change misconceptions and share her self-discovery, she told Elle. H/T Bored Panda "I have
The story repeats itself every few months. A dictator hires a pop icon to perform at a party or private event. Once exposed, the celebrity faces the ire of human rights activists.