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  • Sadé Sanchez
    Published 3 years ago
    In Depth Review of Logic’s ‘Everybody’

    In Depth Review of Logic’s ‘Everybody’

    The production of the project is top notch. Executive produced by his partner in crime 6ix, the album also includes production from Logic himself, No ID, and a couple others. Features include the likes of Killer Mike, Khalid, Alessia Cara, Black Thought, Chuck D and more. Everybody did great in its first week in sales, debuting at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. And although it didn’t do so good in its second week, who cares? Logic is one talented guy, and this is a super elaborate concept album.
  • Geraldine Taylor
    Published 3 years ago
    Moonlight

    Moonlight

    "Moonlight" is a mid-tempo love song that expresses the foundational appreciation that one person feels for another. The first verse places emphasis upon the fact that outward circumstances do not come between their existing relationship, including the concept of distance and time passing by. Furthermore the varying changes of their journey have actually strengthened their connection.
  • Ninfa Bi
    Published 3 years ago
    Fifth Harmony, the Artists of the Future

    Fifth Harmony, the Artists of the Future

    Fifth Harmony is one of the most popular female pop groups in the world and has plenty of reasons to be. The girls are full of energy with which they make their music. They are four strong personalities who complement each other. Camila Cabello left the group but the girls are still powerful.
  • Paul Levinson
    Published 3 years ago
    Review of Rob Sheffield's Dreaming the Beatles: 1 of X

    Review of Rob Sheffield's Dreaming the Beatles: 1 of X

    I've always loved The Beatles. First as a fan, always as a fan. How much as a fan? Well, I was delighted to find a subscription to Sirius/XM Radio in my new car, early this month, and I promptly tuned it to MSNBC. Until The Beatles channel checked in on May 18, and that's what I listen to when I'm driving now. Even when I'm not driving -- I just came in from my driveway, because I wanted to hear the end of "Baby You Can Drive My Car". I'd probably still be there, if the urge to write this review had not been so strong.
  • Sadé Sanchez
    Published 3 years ago
    An Ode to Hip Hop

    An Ode to Hip Hop

    I first wrote around this time last year. It served as my first piece to open up my Hip Hop blog. My blog has led me to dive in deeper into Hip Hop, and I've decided to expand on this piece. From my heart to these words you see, I hope you can relate.
  • Ossiana Tepfenhart
    Published 3 years ago
    Top Animated Bands

    Top Animated Bands

    One of the top animated bands of all time is Gorillaz. The group, which is composed of two actual people - Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett, with the help of a number of rotating music contributors - is known for having four animated individuals who play songs, make amazing music videos, and even go on tour via projection screens.
  • L.A Banks
    Published 3 years ago
    One Bowie Fangirl's Interpretation of Blackstar

    One Bowie Fangirl's Interpretation of Blackstar

    Although as a child, I was fed a fairly varied diet of good music, it’s fair to say that my ‘bread and butter’ was definitely Bowie. From starry-eyed mooning over Labyrinth to teen sulking accompanied by Station to Station, his music pervaded a substantial portion of my life.
  • Yvonne Glasgow
    Published 3 years ago
    Deb Montgomery Takes A Long Long Journey

    Deb Montgomery Takes A Long Long Journey

    Deb Montgomery is an acoustic singer/songwriter with a hauntingly beautiful voice. Her vocal stylings were enough to make me an instant fan from the very first track. She’s a Canadian currently residing in Seattle, where she writes beautiful music about vulnerability, grief, joy, and more. Anyone who has experienced both the good and bad in life will be able to relate to her lyrics. I loved the beautiful blend of her guitar, mixed with her raw vocals, and the tales her lyrics tell.
  • Ossiana Tepfenhart
    Published 3 years ago
    Surprising Songs That Were Written While High

    Surprising Songs That Were Written While High

    Songwriters have always had a lot of inspiration from the various substances they've enjoyed. Mozart was a huge fan of alcohol as a form of inspiration. 19th century composer Berlioz wrote his Symphonie Fantastique under the influence of opium. Even Beethoven was known to smoke and drink while penning his favorite concertos.