On the 179th episode of Audioface:
REVIEWS: "Justice" by Justin Bieber, "Chemtrails Over The Country Club" by Lana Del Rey, "Hidden Gems" by The Blue Stones, and "Now Is A Long Time" by Otzeki
New singles: "Addicted" by Jorja Smith, "Rainforest" by Noname, and the "Lout" EP by The Horrors.
A story about Kanye West's supposed net worth exposed a glaring issue with business journalism. The Justice review. The EDM duo Justice sues Justin Bieber. RIP Lou Ottens, creator of the cassette tape. The Weeknd's debut mixtape hits streaming services with original samples intact. The Chemtrails review. In Lana Del Rey fashion, her next album is announced and promises "revenge." The Hidden Gems review. Spotify's new transparency website leaves more questions than answers. Demi Lovato opens up about her experiences with sobriety and assault. The Now Is A Long Time review. West Coast OGs unite, and Quavo and Saweetie's relationship ends with shear audacity.
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