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"When speaking to the British musician BAKAR about his new album, Nobody’s Home, and his upcoming US tour, I was reminded of two diagrams in my high school Physics textbook. In the section about Newton’s third law of motion – which states that “for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction” – there was an image of a flying bird, pushing the wind away with its wings, propelling itself forward. Beside it there was an image of a man jumping off a boat and onto a dock, sending the boat backwards. The key takeaway – that dynamic forces occur in opposing pairs – is helpful in understanding the acceleration of Bakar’s musical career."
"When speaking to the British musician BAKAR about his new album, Nobody’s Home, and his upcoming US tour, I was reminded of two diagrams in my high school Physics textbook. In the section about Newton’s third law of motion – which states that “for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction” – there was an image of a flying bird, pushing the wind away with its wings, propelling itself forward. Beside it there was an image of a man jumping off a boat and onto a dock, sending the boat backwards. The key takeaway – that dynamic forces occur in opposing pairs – is helpful in understanding the acceleration of Bakar’s musical career."
>"On the heels of his US tour, the British musician BAKAR discusses his new album NOBODY’S HOME, a record about navigating place and belonging as a first-generation immigrant. In an interview, BAKAR opens up about his relationship with the late Virgil Abloh, the feeling of not feeling anything, and his vision for his future sons and daughters."
>"On the heels of his US tour, the British musician BAKAR discusses his new album NOBODY’S HOME, a record about navigating place and belonging as a first-generation immigrant. In an interview, BAKAR opens up about his relationship with the late Virgil Abloh, the feeling of not feeling anything, and his vision for his future sons and daughters."
>"On the heels of his US tour, the British musician BAKAR discusses his new album NOBODY’S HOME, a record about navigating place and belonging as a first-generation immigrant. In an interview, BAKAR opens up about his relationship with the late Virgil Abloh, the feeling of not feeling anything, and his vision for his future sons and daughters."
>"On the heels of his US tour, the British musician BAKAR discusses his new album NOBODY’S HOME, a record about navigating place and belonging as a first-generation immigrant. In an interview, BAKAR opens up about his relationship with the late Virgil Abloh, the feeling of not feeling anything, and his vision for his future sons and daughters."
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