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    Why Everyone Should Be Paying Attention To BTS

    Anyone who is active on social media has seen the name “BTS” before. Korean Pop, better known as K-Pop, has gained increasing popularity in the US. BTS, in particular, has enjoyed outstanding success with their recent tour in America selling out whole arenas in less than a couple of minutes. Just this weekend, BTS became..

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    Halsey’s ‘Strangers’: A Queer Unrequited Love Song

    Immediately what will strike you is the clashing of savage concupiscence to vulnerable catharsis. The next thing you will notice is that both singers, Halsey and Lauren Jauregui, feel the same way: they are engrossed with love for the other girl but think it is hopelessly unrequited. And here we are as listeners left in..

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    Mend Me: A Powerful Song You’ve Been Sleeping On

    In 2009, actor Corey Haim and famous singer-songwriter Gerard McMann wrote and recorded a beautiful song together called “Mend Me”. The lyrics and emotions conveyed in the song are very raw and real. The song sends out a very important message that universally sparks hope into the souls of others and it deserves a lot..

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    Ariana Grande’s “One Last Time” Song and Music Video Hit #1 on the UK Charts in Honor of the Manchester Bombing Victims

    After a tragic bombing that occurred after an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, tears and sadness ran throughout the entire world, reminiscing over the 22 victims among over 50 injured and many missing. Among these victims included the most vulnerable generation of the human populations: children; specifically, these were children trying to have the..

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    Why You Should Have Supported ‘The Get Down’

    The Get Down (2016) was a Netflix show that centered around black and Hispanic youth in the 1970’s. It followed Ezekiel Figuero (Justice Smith) and his friends as they try to become successful musicians in the Bronx, while dealing with other outside sources of chaos. The show tackled many issues, such as race, sexuality, drugs, gangs..

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    The Rise Of Yoga YouTubers: ‘Yoga With Adriene’

    Admist the chaos of May (exam season in the UK), I found Adriene Mishler. Adriene, oh Adriene. Yoga once seemed time-consuming to me, but now I cannot survive a day without doing ‘Yoga With Adriene’. One would consider doing an article just illustrating the benefits of yoga (which, now I have learned there are many…)…

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    Netflix Cancelled The Get Down And This Is Why

    The Get Down beautifully demonstrated the lives of people of color in the 70s Bronx, New York. It passionately shone a spotlight on what it is to live in a white world. What it is to use music, especially hip hop, in an environment infested by gangs, street violence and drugs. It painted a picture..