At 17, N.J. Chesnut has a lengthy resume full of musical achievements. He's already released a full length album in addition to a plethora of songs and is attending the California Institute of the Arts, or CalArts, soon. I had the chance to interview him about his musical inspirations and goals before he left for college.
17. Students. Teachers. Children. Parents. Siblings. Loved ones. Killed.
From the Spice Girls in the 90s to Little Mix now, the world has seen a whole lot of girl groups. The Fader released an article in June of 2018 hosting the question, "Where are all the girl groups?" In the article, they mentioned that it seemed like the world had a plethora of boy bands, but the girl groups were nowhere to be found. Then, they spent half of the article talking about boybands. Here's a hint: maybe, if they hadn't done so much in-depth research on the boybands of today, they would've been able to find some girl groups like the ones I'm about to mention. Here, the Fader, I did the dirty work for you!
We've all heard the names Troye Sivan and Hayley Kiyoko at least once or twice in the past three or four months. And while they are both amazing musicians and a huge voice for the LGBT community, we're not talking about them today. To celebrate Pride Month coming to an end, I'm here to introduce you to five not so well known LGBT artists that I think you need to hear.
Love comes in many forms. Relationships. Friendships. Family. You can love people and not be IN love with them, so where is the line you cross between loving and being in love?
In my 16 years of life, I have heard a variety of albums, both good and bad, from A LOT of different musical genres.