Pop star Lana Del Rey, in an extensive interview for Interview magazine, said there is “no way in hell” the Black Lives Matter movement is going away, likening it to the #MeToo movement, which she said was “not just a passing movement.”The “Cinnamon Girl” singer discussed a variety of topics during a Q&A with Jack Antonoff, the producer of her upcoming album Chemtrails Over the Country Club. Del Rey, who has come under fire from critics for supposedly “glamorizing abuse” in her lyrics, spoke about the impact the Chinese coronavirus has had on individuals, sparking them to explore their emotional and mental health. “It’s a real test of our emotional resilience. If we can get this right culturally, we can open up a few decades of the greatest music and the greatest dance and the greatest theater and the greatest human interaction,” Antonoff said — an assessment the NME Award winner agreed with. “There’s no way we’re going to get it wrong. We’re really on the right path. The #MeToo movement was not just a passing movement. Black Lives Matter, no way in hell that’s going away,” the singer said. “People talking out about mental health, there’s no way they’re not… Read full this story
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