Michael Kiwanuka on race, music, and Big Little Lies; Gender & controversy at the GRAMMYs and CMT

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Michael Kiwanuka talks about race and music, and how having his song selected as the intro music for HBO’s Big Little Lies pushed his career forward.
photo by Olivia Rose

Michael Kiwanuka talks about race and music, and how having his song selected as the intro music for HBO’s Big Little Lies pushed his career forward. Musician, activist, and new GRAMMY voter, Madame Gandhi talks about the latest controversies surrounding the GRAMMYs and issues around gender and racial parity in the music industry. Leslie Fram of Country Music Television talks about why CMT pledged a 50/50 gender split on the videos played on their channel and why so few female artists are played on country radio.

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