Fiona Apple has pledged to donate earnings from her hit song “Criminal” to a fund providing services to immigrants seeking asylum in the United States. The singer-songwriter will donate all earnings in 2019 and 2020 from the song’s placement in television and film to While They Wait, a fund managed
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The 45th annual JUNO Awards have announced the nominations for their 2016 ceremony. Up for Alternative Album of the Year is BRAIDS, Destroyer, Majical Cloudz, U.S. Girl, and Viet Cong for their self-titled 2015 release. The Juno awards are schedule to take place Sunday April 3rd. Due to illness, Def Leppard postponed the remainder