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CAN BAD BOYS EVER BE GOOD BOYS?


Ky Marsh via Flavourmag.co.uk


More than a Swift $57m – should she give it away?


A lot of foundations close because of a lack of funds, and they give back more to their communities than celebs do. I have respect for some celebs, but $57 million in a year – even 1 per cent of that would help organisations, foundations and charities at this time. Darren Cullender via Facebook


FRESH FRANK HITS THE SPOT


An artist’s sexual orientation should have no bearing on their creative product, ie Frank Ocean’s songs. He is, without a doubt, a breath of fresh air – I’d almost given up on the urban music scene until he appeared (as well as the likes of Josh Osho, Miguel etc). Dilly Began via Facebook


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Great refreshing article, looking at a different but in-depth side of the industry! Although a lot of these guys have turned their lives around through music, they still have an element – or should I say stigma – that will stay with them… no matter how hard they try. Wishing them all the best with future endeavours, but it’s hard enough, as we know, to change things for the better!


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