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Willow Smith reveals how she avoids ‘questioning’ herself when sharing new music

Willow Smith is in the process of releasing new music. The 23 year old artist just relesased a new record titled “Empathogen,” which she’s performed at NPR’s Tiny Desk concert series and has discussed in recent interviews. Willow Smith’s Met Gala hair was a nod to the Mangbetu tribe of CongoWillow Smith’s most memorable Mother’s Day gift to Jada Pinkett SmithA post shared by The Tonight Show (BTS) (@fallontonightbts)In a conversation with St.

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St Vincent shares “gnarly” ‘Broken Man’ with Dave Grohl and tells us about “agony and ecstasy” of new album ‘All Born Screaming’
St Vincent has returned with the “gnarly” comeback single ‘Broken Man’, and announced details of new album ‘All Born Screaming’. Check it all out below, as Annie Clark tells NME about the “agony and ecstasy” of her seventh record.‘All Born Screaming’, the follow-up to 2021’s acclaimed ‘Daddy’s Home‘, will arrive on April 26. After news recently emerged that Cate Le Bon and Dave Grohl featured on the record – the latter lending drums to ‘Broken Man’ – now it’s been revealed that the self-produced album also features an eclectic line-up of Rachel Eckroth, Devo and Foo Fighters‘ Josh Freese, Mark Guiliana, Justin Meldal-Johnsen, Warpaint‘s Stella Mogzawa and David Ralicke.Lead single ‘Broken Man’ is an industrial menacing rock beast that sees Clark give an ominous intro to her new era as she prowls and warns: “On the street, I’m a king-sized killer – I can make your kingdom come”.That line, and the track as a whole, Clarke told NME, is representative of the mood of ‘All Born Screaming’ with “that lustre and swagger that you feel right before things go terribly wrong!”Annie Clark: “In general on this record, there’s no character – it’s just me.