Following the release of the brilliant Montero music video Nas X’s latest single - which has caused more than a little controversy - the singer has been accused of copying FKA twigs’ video for her acclaimed track Cellophane.
Director of the FKA twigs video, Andrew Thomas Huang, took to his social media a few days back (March 28th, 2021) to address the accusations and urge those working within the industry to do better.
Lil Nas X was quick to respond to the claims, but instead of fighting back against them and causing chaos, he simply acknowledged that there must have been inspiration that went into the creation of his video.
FKA twigs also spoke out, saying she had personally spoken with Lil Nas X to have a “gentle” and “honest” conversation before thanking him for publicly speaking about the situation.
Isn’t it nice to see artists getting along, having important conversations in the spotlight and retaining a respect for one another? Many in the industry could learn a thing or two from these stars!
Meanwhile, fans of Steps got a big surprise this morning when the band revealed they would be dropping another entirely-new album, serving as a continuation of the story they told with last year’s record, What The Future Holds.
The pop power group also unveiled the music video for their latest release, Heartbreak in This City, featuring none other than RuPaul’s Drag Race judge and former Strictly Come Dancing competitor, Michelle Visage.
Any doubters of the Drag Race judge have been proven wrong, as Visage gives her all in a stunning technological visual including campy choreography that we can’t wait to see on the stage when the group are eventually allowed to hit the road and tour.
Finally, as today marks April Fools, we’ve been looking at some of the best pranks taking place across social media. Our favourite? That from KFC Gaming.
With the tagline ‘finger clickin’ good’, the company created an advert that announced their movement into the video game market with a new console, declaring that the console wars were ‘over’.
Clearly ran by somebody who has a genuine interest in gaming, the Twitter account took the opportunity to poke some fun at Activision, due to their lack of updates in balancing Call of Duty releases.
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