All posts tagged in album

  • May 29, 2021By Mary Dodys

    After one listen of Olivia Rodrigo’s debut single, “Driver’s License,” I was left wondering who hurt this poor teenage girl. Not being too fond of Disney stars or High School Musical, I was pretty out of the loop when it came to Rodrigo’s music. Prior to its release, though, the song had already gained attraction

  • February 29, 2020By Irène Schrader

    Princess Nokia had always been transparent about her refusal to be put in a box. In an interview with NME back in 2017, she elaborated on her plurality: “I enjoy what I enjoy, and yeah, sometimes I’m a skater, sometimes I’m a goth kid, I’m a raver, I’m a hippy, I’m a theatre nerd. I’m a

  • January 21, 2019By Nora Li

    The 23-year-old English singer-songwriter, author, and YouTube personality, Dodie Clark, recently released her 3rd EP, ‘Human’. Dodie Clark is best known for being a YouTuber. She has two channels, doddleoddle and doddlevloggle, where she posts covers and original songs, often singing with a ukelele. Her voice is unique; it’s soft and delicate, almost a whisper at times,

  • November 12, 2018By Lucy Parry

    At the age of only 19, Sabrina Carpenter has just released her third studio album, Singular Act I. Sabrina rose to fame playing Maya Hart on the hit Disney Channel TV show, Girl Meets World. She released her debut album, Eyes Wide Open, in 2015 when she was 16 and still working on Girl Meets World. EWO had a very

  • June 4, 2018By Augusta Battoclette

    You might recognize the name Bishop Briggs from the popular songs “River” or “Wild Horses,” or you might recognize her famous space bun hairstyle. If you don’t recognize her name, you will soon. Unavoidable talent, Briggs has a unique voice that speaks volumes and a stage presence that takes the term “performing” to another level.

  • April 15, 2018By Marielle Devereaux

    Songwriter and actress Janelle Monáe recently released the third song in her new album “Dirty Computer.” The song, called “PYNK,” puts Monáe’s fan base in a craze with her music video’s ingenious symbolism. Janelle and Tessa just hit me again….. oh boi….. and the whole video is such an aesthetic…. #PYNK pic.twitter.com/4x9uAdZCr5 — Lena 🏳️‍🌈 (@ElenaOfMirrah)

  • February 23, 2018By Beth Haze

    After releasing three EPs in 2017 and playing a sold-out show in Los Angeles, Bea Miller is out with a full-length album. It includes the previously released “chapters” and features four new songs. The chapters are based on the primary colors: a reference to Millers’s synesthesia. Miller also released four more tracks titled “motherlove,” “girlfriend,”

  • December 29, 2017By Ammon Lyle

    Jay Z, master MC and 21-time Grammy award winner, has had an incredible year in music. From shifting America’s perception of financial literacy, to being nominated for 8 Grammy’s in 2018. In fact, one would say Jay-Z is running the industry next to his wife, Beyoncé. However, when analyzing the rap mogul’s success this year,

  • December 9, 2017By Sydney Painter

    A big topic of 2016 was Camila Cabello’s departure from the X Factor-discovered group Fifth Harmony. Since then, Cabello has released solo tracks and collaborated with Shawn Mendes, Machine Gun Kelly, Young Thug, and Quavo to create major hits. Since her split from the girl group, there has been major talk about her debut solo

  • November 13, 2017By Beth Haze

    Originally known from her The X Factor journey in 2012, Bea Miller still doesn’t seem to have the recognition she deserves. After releasing three EP’s this year named “Chapter One: Blue”, “Chapter Two: Red” and “Chapter Three: Yellow” plus playing a sold-out show in Los Angeles it’s time to let this girl into your radar.

  • May 20, 2017By Sameer Khan

    Following her sophomore album, My Everything, released in 2014, two years later, Ariana Grande released her third studio album, Dangerous Woman, which produced famous pop anthems including songs such as “Side to Side,” “Into You,” and of course, “Dangerous Woman.” The album, slated to be named Moonlight at first, was then changed to be named Dangerous Woman because it

  • March 24, 2017By Caitlain McGuire

    Although we all enjoy the classic albums fueled by political ideology such as Bob Dylan’s Time Times They Are A-Changin’ or The Doors’ self-titled album, the lyrics may seem a bit outdated for today’s rapidly changing political climate. While both the 60’s and today’s politics are polarizing and dividing within the public, the issues are very different,