24 novembre 2013

Sante parole

“I think a lot of women in this industry maybe aren’t doing so well for the girls. I’ve read interviews where certain big female stars are like, “I’m not a feminist.” I'm like, That’s not what it’s about. She's great, but I listened to that Lana Del Rey record and the whole time I was just thinking it’s so unhealthy for young girls to be listening to, you know: “I’m nothing without you.” This sort of shirt-tugging, desperate, don’t leave me stuff. That’s not a good thing for young girls, even young people, to hear.
I don’t really have any girls songs [for the new record]. I should have. But I think the way in which I assert myself as not being about that stuff is by writing about it in a way that’s a bit less obvious and less cloying. There are a couple songs on the record about relationship-y stuff, but I make sure to write about it in a way that you don’t know if it’s a friend or a relationship, because that’s something that’s personal to me.”


Singer Lorde on Lana del Rey and female artists in the music business



3 commenti:

  1. d'accordissimo, e poi ascoltare l'album intero di lana del rey vuol dire andare a suicidarsi dopo, quindi si, non sono quel genere di canzoni che fanno stare bene. Royals invece mi piace molto!

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  2. Sempre più spocchiosetta questa ragazza.
    Il bello della musicsa invece (come ogni forma d'arte) è che ce n'è per tutti i gusti.

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  3. assolutamente d'accordo :)

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