An artist with the ability to capture the hearts and minds of her listeners, R&B singer SZA is a master in conveying thematic concepts to the audience with a blend of different sounds and vocal elements.
Throughout the history of popular music, bands commonly have changed their sound as their careers went on. English rock band Arctic Monkeys are no exception.
In her newest album, Taylor Swift dives into her deepest insecurities. With thirteen different songs and seven bonus tracks that explore the labyrinth of her midnight thoughts, Swift takes a darker route compared to her two most recent albums, “Folklore” and “Evermore,” which have a more pop…
Björk, the 56-year-old artpop matriarch, has refused to remain one thing for her entire career.
Getting a hit of nostalgia can feel like a refreshing escape from the current ills of our lives. It’s an incorruptible innocence, a momentary period of bliss and what we long for. It’s pure.
“Hold the Girl” is the second full album released by Japanese-British singer and songwriter Rina Sawayama. This release comes from Dirty Hit Records, her second with the label followed by a strong debut of “SAWAYAMA,” released during the heart of lockdown in April 2020.
JID is a rapper and lyricist hailing from east Atlanta whose hotly anticipated third studio album “The Forever Story” was recently released by Dreamville records, a label notably founded by rapper J. Cole.
When the lead single, “Leave The Door Open”, for this album was released, it was hard to imagine Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak ever being separate again.
Since 2018 when Lil Nas X set fire to the scene with his smash hit “Old Town Road” (which just made history by being the first song to go 15x-platinum), eyes have been on the viral star, waiting to see if he would be a one-hit wonder or pop’s newest wave-making sensation.
It’s been over five years since Lorde released Melodrama: a heartbreaking, lonely album that rings like the musical equivalent of a guttural cry. She has since then floated under the radar and out of the public eye.
Brockhampton, the self-proclaimed best boy band since One Direction, dropped its sixth full-length studio release on April 9. And after a nearly two-year gap since its last record (the longest gap between albums since the group’s first full-length studio release in 2017), the wait proved wel…
During an interview with New Musical Express, singer/songwriter Madison Beer explained that she came up with the title for her highly-anticipated debut album as a result of how it affected her, saying, “It kept me alive.”
With a semester of online classes, many of us have lost the simple joy of strolling through campus with earbuds blaring, and full-blown concerts still feel like an unrealistic daydream. However, that didn’t stop many of our bedrooms from becoming personal dance floors, and music revealed thi…
Megan Thee Stallion always had to fight to prove herself, whether that be in the male-dominated XXL 2019 Freshman Class, the court case against her former record label 1501 Certified Entertainment who she claimed tried to stop the release of her EP “Suga” or the recent Tory Lanez incident wh…
Ariana Grande is certainly no stranger to the spotlight as her last two albums shattered record after record as she navigated her way through personal trauma in master strokes.
Dining hall food is unsatisfying, but not being able to eat at all is even worse.
While these two items aren’t exactly mutually related, one of the biggest stories of this year’s FallFest was its location. Due to structural concerns and damages, the University pushed FallFest from the beautiful greens of the Mountain Lair to the relatively distant Evansdale campus in a pa…
Recently, West has been making major headlines for another series of controversial behavior, this time in wake of his seventh studio album, “The Life of Pablo.” The album, which has changed titles three times now, is creating a storm of media attention thanks to West’s unconventionally crude…
When the public discusses the accomplishments of any recently deceased star, whether it’s Robin Williams, Michael Jackson or David Bowie, they choose to focus on the good out of respect and reverence.
Panic! is one of many to join the lineup of artists who have refused to die in their respective decades of success. Many musicians who enchanted us in childhood continue to make music today while successfully avoiding the use of terms like "comeback tour" like the bands of our parents’ era.
Because of widespread accessibility and a large number of artists available, having millions of songs at our fingertips through streaming apps has almost become an expectation, not a luxury. Almost every major band and artist has agreed to let their songs be used on the popular apps, but at a price.
Anyone watching Sunday night’s Grammy Awards ceremony was likely bracing themselves for the worst when Kanye West jumped onstage after it was announced Beck’s Morning Phase had been awarded Album of The Year over Beyonce.
Sunday night marked the 57th annual Grammy Awards. Honoring the most talented musicians of the year, the event rarely goes down without some sort of unplanned excitement and this year was no exception.
I don’t like pop music. The formulaic melodies and obviously-doctored voices haven’t appealed to me since sixth grade when I and the rest of my classmates awkwardly shuffled to Akon’s “Don’t Matter” at our spring dance.
The talk box changed my life. It is an effects pedal that allows a musician to mimic vocal nuances through an electric guitar via a tube placed in the musician’s mouth.
The Internet is buzzing after the release of celebrity nudes. Let’s be clear on something though: This is a moral and ethical issue, not an issue of privacy. The celebrities’ iClouds should not have been hacked, of course, but that doesn’t change the fact that the concept of privacy that we …
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