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Lizzo performs at the Governors Ball Music Festival in the Queens borough of New York in June. Andy Kropa/Invision/AP hide caption

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Lizzo says hostile work environment allegations against her are 'unbelievable'

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Lizzo plays President James Madison's crystal flute in the flute vault at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. on Sept. 26, 2022. Shawn Miller/Library of Congress hide caption

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Beyoncé, photographed on Sat. April 28, 2018 in Oakland, Calif. MediaNews Group/East Bay Times/MediaNews Group via Getty Images hide caption

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Lizzo, Beyonce, and the ways and reasons musicians update offensive art

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singer, rapper, dancer, flutist, and actress Lizzo. AB+DM hide caption

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Lizzo's Special leads our shortlist this week of the best new albums out on July 15. AB+DM!/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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New Music Friday: The best releases out on July 15

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Saba (left), Lizzo (center) and Rosalía have released some of our favorite songs of the year so far. Collage by Estefanía Mitre / NPR/Photos courtesy of the artists hide caption

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Lizzo, pictured here on May 17 in New York City, has rerecorded a lyric in her new song after criticism that it had what many consider an ableist slur. Noam Galai/Getty Images for YouTube hide caption

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