August 17, 2020

00:45:04

#154 - Kiesza, Fantastic Negrito, BRONSON

#154 - Kiesza, Fantastic Negrito, BRONSON
Audioface: Music News, Reviews, & Culture
#154 - Kiesza, Fantastic Negrito, BRONSON
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Show Notes

On the 154th episode of Audioface:

REVIEWS: "Crave" by Kiesza, "Have You Lost Your Mind yet?" by Fantastic Negrito, & "BRONSON" by BRONSON (ODESZA & Golden Features).

 The world is still recovering from Cardi B's WAP. The Crave review. The Weeknd performs for TikTok, Beck and NASA team up to create trippy "Hyperspace" visuals with AI. The Lost Your Mind yet? review.  The lawsuit against Lizzo for "Truth Hurts" gets dismissed, and Taylor Swift knows Donald Trump wants to cut the post office for his personal political game (yet Kanye doesn't.) The BRONSON review. And what's the difference between R. Kelly's hired cronies and a terror group? 

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