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Ryan Tedder Says It's 'Very Tone-Deaf' to Release Non-Charity Music Amid Pandemic: 'Nobody Can Compete With the News Cycle Right Now'

Just Jared Thursday, 16 April 2020
Ryan Tedder Says It's 'Very Tone-Deaf' to Release Non-Charity Music Amid Pandemic: 'Nobody Can Compete With the News Cycle Right Now'Ryan Tedder is opening up about his thoughts regarding new music amid the global health crisis. The 40-year-old OneRepublic frontman spoke out in an interview with USA Today. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Ryan Tedder When asked about the idea of releasing new music amid quarantine, he said: “Nobody can compete with the [...]
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