‘Every artist wants to connect with the listener. But it’s a daunting task to walk into a room full of strangers and write something from the heart’
'I met the queen'
Santana reportedly claimed Beyonce is not a 'singer'
Lemonade artist was praised for her performance at 59th Grammy Awards
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Lemonade’s importance lies not in its speaking for everyone, but in its speaking for, shouting for, dancing for, cursing for certain women who have not only been let down by institutions of politics and institutions of music production, but also by mainstream feminism itself
The night belonged to one woman
The Lemonade singer was visibly emotional while watching Adele insist she should have won
Adele has taken home the Grammy Awards for Best Record and Best Album.
Singer was visibly upset by the error
She smashed it
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'It landed right by your head. Oh my God, there’s a f***ing bat'
Having a song stuck in one’s head, known as an earworm, is an experience that over 90% of us have on a regular basis. In the last 10 years or so, researchers have begun to investigate this phenomenon, exploring such topics as how the earworm experience varies depending on one’s personality traits and how to get rid of an unwanted earworm. This research has revealed a variety of important results, but one question remains that has still not been entirely answered: how do songs get into our heads in the first place?