A new horizon. In the aftermath of widespread allegations of sexual harassment by powerful figures in the entertainment industry, Time’s Up – an initiative to protect and empower women in the workplace – made a unified call for change at the 75th Golden Globe Awards. From Hollywood names like Margot Robbie and Natalie Portman, to models Cara Delevingne, Adwoa Aboah, and RUSSH cover stars Taylor Hill and Helena Christensen, women and men were encouraged to wear black as a protest against sexual discrimination and abuse. The change is here.
“When I write music, the most important thing for me is that it sounds just as special and powerful when it’s stripped back to practically nothing.” Press play to watch Stellie’s live performance of Love Me First.
Campaigns we’re loving, records we can’t stop playing and the art we’re coveting. Read just what the RUSSH editors have been sharing this week.
In celebration of the release of singer-songwriter Ainslie Willis’s new album, All You Have Is All You Need, RUSSH premieres an exclusive live version of Clear Air After the Storm.