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Ellie Goulding bemoans the gender pay gap in the music industry, saying, “We still have to sexualize ourselves”

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Ellie Goulding bemoans the gender pay gap in the music industry, saying, “We still have to sexualize ourselves”

Ellie Goulding, a British singer-songwriter, claims that women still don’t have it easy in the music industry. She believes that women need to work more than men to establish themselves and gain attention.

“Unfortunately, I don’t think we’ve reached equality when it comes to the music business. It has improved unquestionably since the MeToo movement, which was crucial, Goulding says.

I have observed changes, the Grammy-nominated vocalist continued. Record companies now seem to be lot more concerned about my wellbeing. They are lot more understanding when I am having mental health issues. Additionally, I believe that younger female artists are receiving far more support than I had at the time.

The artistic wheel remains stuck to a lens that continues to sexualize women, despite the fact that the business game may be changing.

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There is a perception that women must exert themselves a little more than men do in order to make an influence. Regardless of how fantastic your songs are, if you’re not in the small fraction of performers—like Beyonce—who have astronomical success, you must feel as like you must still sexualize yourself. The 35-year-old explains, “You still have to be flirty, and there are all these things you wish you didn’t have to do.

There have been improvements, but there are still things that women “have to do that men don’t in the music industry to prove themselves as musicians, singers, and artists,” according to Goulding, who has hit songs like Love Me Like You Do, Lights, Starry Eyes, and Anything Could Happen to her credit.

“For instance, if you look at the festival lineups, there is still a significant male dominance. The singer, who recently released a song called Easy Lover that also includes rapper Big Sean, believes that we simply need to keep talking about, being honest about, and pushing it.

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When BTS’s Jin speaks after his two-week military leave, whispers of a Coldplay collaboration begin to circulate.

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When BTS’s Jin speaks after his two-week military leave, whispers of a Coldplay collaboration begin to circulate.

The date of BTS member Kim Seokjin’s military discharge is almost approaching. With X trends sweeping the internet, fans are already in high spirits. His return is particularly significant because it brings with it fresh endeavours and aspirations for the group’s official reunion in 2025. The group’s eldest member made hints about a new project he planned to work on after his return a few months ago, and according to current speculations, he may be working with COLDPLAY, one of his old buddies.

BTS Date of Jin’s military release

In just two weeks, the eldest member of the K-pop boy band BTS will return to action. The singer Astronaut will return by June 15th, while paperwork and legalities may cause the procedure to take an additional five days. The next musician to enrol in the military, Arson crooner J-Hope, will arrive after Jin. All seven members will be back by 2025, and rumours have it they may go out on another global tour.

The forthcoming project and album release of BTS Jin

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Prior to joining the military, the vocalist of The Moon released a solo song called “Astronaut,” which was apparently composed by the renowned British band Coldplay and given to him as a gift from his friend Chris Martin. As a result, he is the only member without a solo album, which increases the possibility that the singer may release one in 2024.

Jin’s Wootteo of BTS is back on the scene.

After a protracted absence, Jin’s cartoon Astronaut character, which he left for followers during his enlistment, has finally updated its Instagram account. The message, which reads, “It’s been a very long time…,” has spurred suspicions of a return. How are things doing for everyone here?

“Aww, during their most recent show, Chris Martin donned a Wootteo pin on his shirt, and Coldplay brought Wootteo back on stage. the fact that Wootteo has always been with them, even since Seokjin enlisted. They genuinely cherish Seokjin SM. A fan sent a letter. “SO wer are getting Jin and Coldplay..imma excited,” remarked another.

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Deciphering all the hints, a further admirer continued, “Wootteo has been returning to Coldplay concerts recently, and they’ve been hinting at their upcoming album ‘Moon Music.’ Now, Wootteo is posting on Instagram, and the planet on which Wootteo is sitting is similar to Coldplay’s concept moon.” Is SEOKJIN X’s Collab set to begin soon?

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