Gashi’s new album is about someone who gets stuck in a time machine and is forced to make 80s music. It is called 1984 and shows the rising star’s love for artists like Phil Collins, Michael Jackson and Sade. He even collaborates with another of his heroes, Sting, on the record’s first single, “Mama”. Gashi joins Tom via Zoom to discuss his idols, his music and how he thinks today’s youth are being fed musical garbage.
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