Wow, what a breath of fresh air Mari Dangerfield is. It’s like someone finally remembered how to make pop music again. Not just pop music but pop music for the modern age. For too long now, pop seems to have been beholden to a particular template, a mathematical formula that assigns numbers to things like dance routines, guest rappers, auto-tune tricks, whiffs, or, more accurately, whole mushroom clouds of nostalgia…

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