Thursday June 4, 2020

Australian pop singer Grace Sewell caused a bit of fuss last year with her reconditioned version of Lesley Gore’s 1963 proto-feminist pop song You Don’t Own Me. Record producer Quincy Jones fine-tuned the huge hit song, while US hip-hop star G-Eazy provided the contemporary vocal spin that transformed it from the usual cover version to a lip-sync favourite. Sewell – who has just turned 19 – releases her debut album with little else but that...

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