Ryan Tedder joined the rapper's performance in protest of President Donald Trump's border policies separating parents and children.
Ryan still calls Colorado home, now with his wife and kids. True to his roots going back to the day when his band was called just "Republic."
It's not necessarily lead singers that "have left, or abandoned" their bands, it can be growing in different directions. Or it can be a band no longer swimming in the same direction. It can be hard to admit it when a band has run its course.
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Why is AARMAXX production team worth following? Its co-founders are in their early 20's, they are surrounded by inspired talent, and they have drive. While many production teams will invest fully in a single genre, AARMAXX "doesn't discriminate."
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"We're having a lot of fun, we've been very, very productive creatively, we have a lot of great music that we're still working on and here to put out as fast as possible and we're playing shows and all of this is happening as Linkin Park is working on our next record."
No one would credit Top 40 for being innovative, but there's a difference between "everything on the radio sounds the same" and "beyotch stole my track." Ryan Tedder's rampant recycling sends a bad message about being successful in the music industry.
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