Julia Stone. Photos by Brooke Ashley Barone. Our favorite musicians tell us about their favorite music—the sad, the happy, the dinner party-y, the songs they want played at their funeral. Produced by St.
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Morissette began working on new music after moving from her hometown of Ottawa to Toronto , but did not make much progress until travelling to Los Angeles, where she met Glen Ballard. Morissette and Ballard co-wrote the song with the latter producing it. The song was the first released track that saw Morissette's departure from bubblegum pop to the alternative rock sound she was later known for. Released to positive reviews from critics, the single outperformed the label's initial expectations. KROQ-FM , an influential Los Angeles modern rock radio station, began playing "You Oughta Know", leading to the single receiving commercial success, reaching the top ten in Canada, Australia and the United States, where it was a multiformat hit in several different genre charts, and making the top forty in Belgium, Iceland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.
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Lorde wrote the song with producer Joel Little. The track's lyrics express disapproval with the sumptuous lifestyle presented in songs and music videos by pop and hip hop-influenced artists. Since its release, the track has appeared on critics' year-end and decade-end song lists. The single attained international chart success, reaching number one in New Zealand, Canada, and the United Kingdom. It sold 10 million units worldwide, making it one of the best-selling singles of all time.
Don Brumfield from Black Ink Crew Chicago opens up about why mental health care is stigmatized in Black communities, his own battle with depression and supporting mental health advocacy. In this virtual reunion, the eliminated queens share music video performances, the Top Four answer revealing questions, RuPaul gets the backstage tea, and two lip-sync assassins face off. After performing in the season's last challenge, the queens react to seeing their baby photos and addressing their younger selves, and Rose and Symone receive messages of support from home. Before heading into the grand finale, the Top Four queens record a verse to the song "Lucky," choreograph a performance with Jamal Sims and sit for an interview with RuPaul and Michelle Visage. After their star turns in a sci-fi spoof, Olivia Lux feels the sting of the other queens' critiques, Kandy Muse needs medical attention, and Cynthia Erivo pops in to chat with the girls.