From the hip hop heavy and seemingly aggressive “Shut Em Up,” to the more vibey and more traditionally “pop,” “Electric” and “The Only One” — Lauren explores new ground from her previous work, mixing a bit of practically every genre into an amalgamation of ear candy.
LADYGUNN talks with Elle King about her thoughts on the future of rock n’ roll, the strength of her voice (physically and metaphysically), and the importance of being nice.
LA-based bop-masters K808 and Khaledzou, a.k.a. MUNNYCAT, get real about soundtracking commercials, their latest single “Check It” and making music the weird way.
The innovative and ever creative independent artist, SSION, aka Cody Critcheloe, may cross the boundaries of punk but add a little disco and electronica to the mix so much so that we may just have a new big pop star on our hands.
LADYGUNN speaks with LADYGUNN NO. 17 cover star Lauren Jauregui about her journey as an artist and the reclamation of her power, her narrative, her voice.
Becky G’s career surely didn’t follow any conventional paths. For example, even after years of actively working in the industry, she’s still yet to release her debut album, yet the young pop star seems to remain at the top of every chart. LADYGUNN get a lesson in superstardom from the master of her class.
LADYGUNN chats with Addie Sartino of The Greeting Committee about authenticity, growing into empathy, and the debut album This Is It.
LADYGUNN’s Robert Frezza spoke to Romiti about how she was signed to RCA records, who her celebrity crush is, and meeting Chris Brown.