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Jacob Lundstrom on Charli XCX and Politics

Jacob Lundstrom on Charli XCX and Politics

Once upon a time there was a Cool Britannia, a short-lived era that coincided with Tony Blair's successful election and the rise of Britpop. But almost 30 years later someone saw taking a photo with the British Prime Minister as a funny thing. Although Labor is tipped to win the July 4 election, today's pop stars won't be lining up to hug Keir Starmer.

In 2017 his representative, Jeremy Corbyn, was supported by popular rappers through the Grime4Corbyn campaign. Well, Stormzy happily posed with him, but didn't commit to Labor ahead of this summer's election.

Campaigning for candidates who do not deliver on election promises is fraught with danger. This can backfire on artists' credibility, and there are historical reasons for disappointment

In Dazed (6/24) James Craig notes This isn't a British phenomenon – even Taylor Swift ignores Biden's calls, despite her opponent's name being Trump. Campaigning for candidates who do not deliver on election promises is fraught with danger. This can backfire on artists' credibility, and there are historical reasons for disappointment.

Rapper AJ Tracey, who was involved in Grime4Corbyn, later felt let down by Labour. Colleague Skepta has suggested that politicians mainly use rappers for goodwill.

When it comes to pop and politics, the election is instead the most important campaign plot Remembering Charli XCX of the Green Party. His new album “Brat” has an evil green cover, so just change the album title to “Vote Green” in the same font and spread it on social media.

As the album was released in early June, it was somehow invited to talk about Brad Britannia

Charlie's sixth album The late super breakthrough and rowdy, droning and ecstatic music is frankly awesome. Whether his viral fame will rub off on the Green Party remains to be seen. As the album was released in early June, it was somehow invited to talk about Brad Britannia.

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If Charli XCX keeps her distance from 10 Downing Street, she's likely to reign for a long time.

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