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Rina Sawayama tells us about her “Garbage, grunge and pop” inspired second album

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Rina Sawayama caught up with NME at this year’s BRIT Awards, where she told us about her “Garbage, grunge and pop” inspired second album.

Watch our video interview with Sawayama above.The singer’s attendance and nomination at the BRITs came after her successful campaign to have the rules changed.

Sawayama – who was born in Japan but has lived in the UK for 26 years and has indefinite leave to remain in the country – launched a grassroots campaign that saw the BPI agree to change the rules for the BRITs, allowing artists without British citizenship to be eligible for the awards if they’ve resided in the country for five years or more.“It’s so insane, and it has been such an emotional journey since the #sawayamaisbritish that was kicked off.

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