All posts tagged in awards

  • February 16, 2020By Daryl Perry

    On Feb. 13, Billie Eilish released “No Time to Die,” the titular song to the 25th James Bond film, which has racked up over eleven million views in less than 24 hours. The cover for the song is simple—a black and white photo of Eilish with her eyes closed, which certainly gives off My Everything

  • February 10, 2020By Derek Deng

    Last night, Bong Joon-ho rewrote Hollywood history. His 2019 thriller Parasite became the first non-English film to win the Best Picture award at the Oscars, marking a momentous cultural shift in a climate that’s still struggling to promote diversity. Prior to the award ceremony, viewers were angered at the lack of women in nominations for

  • January 30, 2020By Aly Balakareva

    “Cinema is gone,” Martin Scorsese, one of the most prolific film directors of all time, has said in an interview. “The cinema I grew up with and that I’m making, it’s gone.” Perhaps, he could be right: in 2019, movie theatre attendance decreased by 4%, compared to 2018 — there is an obvious trend of

  • January 30, 2020By Daryl Perry

    Donning only his Golf Wang clothing collection and caressing a “Best Rap Album” Grammy in his right arm, Los Angeles-born rapper Tyler, The Creator accepted his first Grammy award for his pop-rap hybrid album, IGOR. His mother and longtime friend and collaborator, Jasper Dolphin stood beside him. The “EARFQUAKE” singer’s grill-laced smile shined brightly as

  • February 2, 2018By Gen Dietzel

    I have been a fan of U2 since I was 10, though their music has been a staple in my household since I was born. Bono’s strong, yet vulnerable way of singing, along with The Edge’s signature style of playing guitar, makes U2 one of the most powerful bands I have ever had the pleasure

  • 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