This film called for Nazi tribunals before WWII had ended
I've left a lot of interviews because I couldn't go into the personal details of my own nightmare.
“Most people don’t know that the U.S. is the only democratic country in the world where artists don’t get paid for radio airplay."
"I had no idea how I was going to be open about it professionally. For ages it seemed like a possibility so out of reach it never really crossed my mind."
The show's title, "To Dig a Hole That Collapses Again," is the translation of the name Tsumeb, a Namibian town decimated by German extraction of its copper.
At my second job, they simply had me put on the uniform and strut around the room until they made their decision.
A white, working-class rapper talking about depression in the current political climate might seem like a message for kids wearing MAGA caps, but Orrick is more interested in calling out the wealthy and empathizing with grocery clerks.
“I really don’t think it matters for hip-hop. It’s a really dope accolade, but also because it’s this very niche, prestige thing, it doesn’t hold much relevance.”
Attendees sported spandex body suits, glowing capes, fabulous wigs and every manner of delightful leggings.
'I created this body of work that I thought would change my life. And that body of work sat on my hard drive for about a year.'
Plus, goose love, paying for videos with jet fuel and a spontaneous scene from "Les Miserables."
"I think of it like a relationship, where they might take you for granted until they see someone else showing interest, and then they’re like: He’s ours."
We're exhausted, inspired and overwhelmed by all the brilliant music, conversation and ideas that infiltrated the Strip this weekend.