Kane Howard, York College
Historically, consumers of many artistic mediums have been told to separate the artist from their work. But in the 21st century, with social media spreading news quickly, is this an easy task?
Meredith Granmayeh, Chapman University
Dr. Luke’s upcoming tracks with Kim Petras have resurfaced allegations that the producer abused singer Kesha.
Rose Younglove, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
They say it’s not good to keep it bottled up, but is letting it out doing more harm than good?
Isador Pinto, Ringling College of Art + Design
Dr. Luke: doctor of music but ruiner of morals and reputations
Michael Wu, Case Western Reserve University
Before you buy a 99-cent song on iTunes, make sure you know who’s pocketing the money.
Katie Lommen, Saint Louis University
The 60th Annual Grammy Awards fell flat this year in addressing the issues of gender inequality and sexual violence that are plaguing the nation.
Cheryl Sutton, Purdue University
Music is the only positive thing that 2017 has going for it.
Jack Brandon, University of Michigan
After five long years trapped by contract to an abusive music producer, Kesha returns with an album full of humility, love and integrity.
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