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The NYLON Music Issue 2021

NYLON’s Music Issue is here, featuring “drivers license” singer Olivia Rodrigo, who discusses her upcoming new album 'SOUR' and her meteoric rise to fame. Inside the issue you’ll also find interviews with Japanese Breakfast, TikToker-turned-musician Lil Huddy, and more.

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    Olivia Rodrigo Talks New Music, Old Gossip, & Breaking The Disney Mold

    Olivia Rodrigo Talks New Music, Old Gossip, & Breaking The Disney Mold

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    Nylon - Maria Sherman

    Pop’s next great singer-songwriter writes super specific love songs and makes grown men cry. No wonder people are talking. The most talked-about teenager on the planet is sitting on a bed, 3,500 miles away on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean, looking impossibly chic in a rented house in London. …

    Lil Huddy On His Debut Album, Emo, And Saving the Scene

    Lil Huddy On His Debut Album, Emo, And Saving the Scene

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    Nylon - Lauren McCarthy

    How the TikTok star turned punk rock prince is planning to save the scene. In 1999, Blink-182 released their breakthrough album Enema of the State, effectively putting the pop-punk genre at the forefront of the musical map. Three years later, Chase “Lil Huddy” Hudson was born. This summer, he’s …

    Rise And Shine, Japanese Breakfast

    Rise And Shine, Japanese Breakfast

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    Nylon - Steffanee Wang

    Japanese Breakfast’s third studio album, Jubilee, opens with a sunrise. The song “Paprika,” bursting forth with blazing horns and pittering drums, is a hearty greeting to the album, delivered with the zeal of a theme park’s marching band and led by the impassioned cries of frontwoman Michelle …

    How K-Pop Took Over America

    How K-Pop Took Over America

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    Nylon - Taylor Glasby

    Nine milestone moments and a look into the future for the industry that few believed could crossover. Even before idols began singular attempts on the American market, K-pop was alive and well in its main U.S. strongholds of Los Angeles and New York City. In 2003, the Korean Music Festival sold out …

    The Fashion Essentials You Need To Dress Like A Pop Star

    The Fashion Essentials You Need To Dress Like A Pop Star

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    Nylon - Maria Bobila

    Inspired by Olivia Rodrigo’s cover shoot for NYLON’s Music Issue. In April, a fashion-inspired trend took over TikTok that had users dressing like their favorite pop stars of the 2000s. From thinking up outfits for rehearsals, signing autographs, hiding from the paparazzi, and on-stage performances, …

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