Lana Del Rey settles into fame, and Years and Years stick up for LGBT youths.
TRACK OF THE WEEK Instruction by Jax Jones, Demi Lovato and Stefflon Don
Another week, another De mi Lovato track of the week. Friends, it is indeed summer. First of all, this track con forms to Song of the Summer status by listing very simple dance instructions. Secondly, it features De mi de claiming her bad ass status and telling others to do likewise. It’s just as good at pumping you up before a meeting as it is getting you onto the dance floor. Simply put, it’s a banger.
He roof the week is Danielle
H aim who told the BBC :“There’ s so many amazing women that work in music and I think it’s time more girls looked into being engineers and studio technicians. I think there’ s the feeling that we are coming together now and we want to make a difference and we want to inspire women .”
Meanwhile, Lanadel Rey has found away to cope with fame, she told Pitch fork .“It takes so much foot work. Getting over the un comfort ability of being the one person in the room who everyone recognizes. The last fewyears, I’m out all the time: clubs, bars, shows. For years I was more quietly in themix, always through the back door, do not tell anyone I’ m coming. And now I’ ve relaxed into it where I’ ll just show up. I don’ t need a special ticket. I’ll just go sit wherever. It feels a little more like I’m myself again.
Zero of the week wasthe L GB T-awareness a this school, Olly Years and Years told the Evening Standard :“I think I knew I was gay from a very young age, probably in primary school. By secondary school I was justin denial. It wasn’ t until I was 18 or 19 that I fully accepted it and came out to my friends and my mum .” He went on ,“I went to a bog-standard comprehensive school, and there wasn’ t such a thing as LGBT people–they just didn’t exist. There was no inclusive sex or relationship education– Ifeel like that really would have helped me .”