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Jonas sat down with Billboard to talk Goat, his “nearly finished” second solo album and brotherly love (and tension). 36 BILLBOARD | FEBRUARY 13, 2016 What attracted you to this movie? The questions we’re asking — about masculinity, fraternity culture, its dark side — and the relationship between these two brothers. It really [reminds me of] my brother Joe. He’s my best friend. In Goat, the key in the relationship is that both brothers admire something in the other. Even if Brett, my character, can’t be as loving as he is with Brad at the beginning of the film around his fraternity, that love is there.
In the aftermath, his album went to No. 1 and received three Grammy nominations, including album of the year, and he played Saturday Night Live. In August, he and Hank Williams Jr. will co-headline a tour of 15,000-seat amphitheaters. Quite a rise for a guy who six months ago was playing for 1,000 people each night. Stapleton, 37, a burly, bearded son of a Kentucky coal miner, wrote country hits for Kenny Chesney and George Strait but spent most of his time singing either Southern rock (with The Jompson Brothers) or bluegrass (with The SteelDrivers).
But these individuals, they show that we do have some sense. ” For years, the default posture of rappers has been to reject role-model status. To embrace the responsibility that comes with a lofty perch, as Lamar does, long has been viewed as gauche and pretentious. It’s one of many things that distinguishes Lamar as a hip-hop classicist. Much of today’s hip-hop speaks the Esperanto of the Internet, the language of the meme, the quick hit; Lamar specializes in longform, spinning yarns that sprawl like a ilm or novel.