In The Songwriters, V's @ian.david.monroe speaks to the masters at work behind music's most well-known hits. "One time, while watching something about LGBTQ activist Marsha P. Johnson, the lyric 'you'll remember me for centuries' came into my head. That lyric birthed the Fall Out Boy song 'Centuries,' which was my first big song and also the biggest sports anthem of that year. It felt like some sort of poetic justice that makes me very proud," says @tranterjustin. Tap the link in bio to read the full feature, and grab your copy of #V109 on newsstands now and at vmagazineshop.com. Photo by @robins_robin.