M.I.A.’s “Story To be Told” Iterates A Need Within Us All to Tell People About Our Lives

There is no denying the literary quality of lyricism in songs. From the poetry of Bob Dylan and Patti Smith to the glamorous emotions of David Bowie and Queen (and let’s not forget about Lana Del Rey’s predilection for the written word, which you can read about in Issue 2), music is rife with the intellectual qualities of literature and poetry. Indeed,┬ánovel-worthy┬ádevices like metaphor, simile, … Continue reading M.I.A.’s “Story To be Told” Iterates A Need Within Us All to Tell People About Our Lives