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In a Grammys interview, kiwi pop star and multiple statuette winner Lorde is asked about what she’d like to do next, creatively speaking. Her reply: “I actually want to rap, I’m interested in that. But then I also wanna, you know, make a record like Fugazi.”
I’m throwing my money into the wishing well for Lorde’s hip-hop interpretation of Red Medicine in its entirety.
Not that this kind of stuff matters anymore in the Internet-enhanced era, but Lorde was not alive when Red Medicine was released in 1995. When Fugazi put out its last album, The Argument, she was not yet five years old.