Black History: Relevant Yesterday. Relevant Today. Relevant Tomorrow.

By Ajmaanie Andre Black history is not something that is simply marked by a couple of days or a single day in a year—black history is a long list of achievements, cultural intricacies, and global impacts that have been established by the Black community for millennia. People often say that black history began with slavery … Continue reading Black History: Relevant Yesterday. Relevant Today. Relevant Tomorrow.

The Grammys Misplaced "IGOR"

By Malique Lewis The Grammys are one of the most important events in music; they are one of the most coveted awards in the music industry. But lately their credibility has taken a bit of a hit. This award show is what captures the greatest artists of this generation, but the fact that they’re placing … Continue reading The Grammys Misplaced "IGOR"

Grammys Nominations: KPOP Deserved a Spot

By Angely S. Peña-Agramonte The Grammys, one of the most awaited—if not the most awaited—musical award events of the year, released its award nominations a couple of weeks ago. Today, the big celebration awaits in just a couple of hours. Winners will be announced and celebrities are already walking down the red carpet. But, let’s … Continue reading Grammys Nominations: KPOP Deserved a Spot

Normani: A Star Ready to Shine

By Ajmaanie Dort After getting her start back in 2012 on the popular music competition show, The X-Factor, Normani Hamilton, better known by the entertainment world as “Normani,” surprised everyone by venturing into a solo-career after Fifth Harmony’s hiatus. While in Fifth Harmony, the popular girl band that many will remember for catchy songs such … Continue reading Normani: A Star Ready to Shine

Social Media Won’t Save the World

By Gabriella Licona Not long after everyone welcomed the new year—the long-awaited 2020–with roaring excitement and positivity, viral images of wildfires in Australia began circling the web. It seemed, for a moment, that Australia was hell on Earth. Through these viral posts and videos, everyone started witnessing the flames that were—and still are—consuming most of … Continue reading Social Media Won’t Save the World

Justin Bieber’s Mediocre Comeback

By Carla Rubio After Justin Bieber’s rollercoaster of a decade—including his rise to fame, multiple arrests for assault and careless driving, his controversial personal life— it was only fitting that he entered the new year with an announcement of an upcoming album, docu-series, and tour as well as the release of his lead single: the … Continue reading Justin Bieber’s Mediocre Comeback

‘Euphoria’ Review: Teen Dramas Taken to New Heights

By Kymani Hughes Spoilers Alert Euphoria, HBO’s new teen drama series, catches the audience’s eyes instantly. From rotating walls that replicate a teenage drug addict’s intoxicated state, to the contrast between lightness and darkness, to cool-toned lights accompanied by a dizzying haze— the show’s perfectly executed visuals linger in one’s mind, bringing out every aspect … Continue reading ‘Euphoria’ Review: Teen Dramas Taken to New Heights

BROCKHAMPTON’s GINGER: Mental Health And More

By Michelle Mairena When most of us first heard about BROCKHAMPTON, the thing that jumped out to us about the self-proclaimed “boy band” was the chaotic experimental energy that the collective radiates: a pan-racial, non-heteronormative, tight-knit group born on social media and destined for pop domination. With their SATURATION Trilogy in 2017, the Texas-made band … Continue reading BROCKHAMPTON’s GINGER: Mental Health And More