One thing that today's biggest artists have in common: They all speak with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe about their lives and the stories behind their songs. Hear why he is the interviewer the biggest stars open up to in these candid, in-depth conversations, now available in full on Apple Podcasts.
The singer delves into his career and third solo album, ANIMA.
“I bet people could probably say, ‘I’ve never seen Manson in a good mood once in my life.’ Except here right now.” In this in-depth interview, Marilyn Manson tells Zane Lowe all about the making and meaning of his 11th album, WE ARE CHAOS. The pair discuss his collaboration with Shooter Jennings, 2020 not quite going as expected, and the influence of grief and his relationship with mental health.
In a far-reaching interview with Zane, Alicia Keys discusses the ways in which her childhood and the things she had to overcome led to the clarity of her latest album ALICIA, her first in four years. She offers a deep dive into the mindset behind and the making of the music, which is some of her most expansive and collaborative to date. “There’s something so crazy about what I bring and then what you bring. It’s going to be completely different, and there’s something about the merging of energy that’s fascinating to me,” she says. “Now I feel like that’s another alchemy that’s created that I love the process of—that process of being open and receiving what’s meant to come from each person and creating something out of nothing is always incredible.” The conversation, much like the album, is as vulnerable as it is refreshing.
The singer sits down with Zane to discuss his fourth album, i,i.
To mark the release of his 13th studio album "King's Disease", Nas speaks to Apple Music’s Zane Lowe about the project's guests, working with Hit-Boy as sole producer, and how "King's Disease" is an album for the times.
Gloria Estefan chats with Zane and shares music.