Cat Power’s new album Wanderer features a very moody cowl of Rihanna’s ballad “Stay.” In an interview with the New York Times in regards to the new album and the drama surrounding her latest label-switch (she left Matador for Domino after Matador rejected Wanderer’s sparse manufacturing, telling her supervisor it was “not adequate, not sturdy sufficient to place out”), she defined the duvet’s sudden origins. The story includes karaoke, an previous lover, and a teary taxi trip:

Covers have lengthy been a staple of Cat Power’s work — she’s launched two cowl albums, The Covers Record and Jukebox — however “Stay” is considered one of her finest but. Thank you to that ex-lover!


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