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THE GORILLAZ GET TO THE ROOT OF IT

The Gorillaz have returned to the scene for the first time in six years with “Hallelujah Money," a protest song against the uncertain global political atmosphere of 2016, dropping just one day before Donald Trump’s inauguration.

Featuring a hauntingly soulful performance by British artist Benjamin Clementine, the lyrics pointedly refer to some of the super-charged rhetoric we've come to know like subversion from China and building a wall.

But those background visuals in the clip are perhaps the most visceral, particularly at the end when Spongebob Squarepants freaks out and runs away crying. Check it out 

 

 

COUNTRY'S NEW KING
The Gospel of Luke (11/11a)
BIEBER BY CHRISTMAS?
How's that for a tease, Bieber Nation? (11/12a)
NEAR TRUTHS: MEET
THE NEW BOSSES
Not the same as the old bosses (11/11a)
CMA CENTERPIECE
CARRIE UNDERWOOD
This sure feels like her moment. (11/11a)
A TASTE OF RAINMAKERS II:
SARAH TRAHERN
It's a marathon, not a sprint. (11/11a)
BEHIND THE SCENES WITH KANYE
And lo, there was much earned media.
MOE, MARSHMELLO AND MONEY
The story of a "faceless" brand that got very, very big.
THE NEW WORLD OF A&R
The trap they all fell into.
GRAMMY NOMS
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