fact or fiction

Is it a fact or is it merely fiction? Fact or Fiction explores the lesser known truths in the music universe.

  • Shanice Goulbourne
    Published 2 days ago
    Elk Grove University

    Elk Grove University

    I stood silently in the shadows of the opulent lobby. My hands shoved deeply in my pockets of my skinny jeans and my shoulder propped against the frame of a large window that faced my fans. I was tense, while my eyes scanned the faces of the individuals singing and dancing to the opening act.
  • 69 Articles Production
    Published 8 days ago
    What Is 8D Audio? What Are 8D Songs? A Complete Explanation

    What Is 8D Audio? What Are 8D Songs? A Complete Explanation

    What is 8d audio or what is 8d songs full explain
  • Ruben Ortega
    Published 30 days ago
    COMPOSURE

    COMPOSURE

    It’s the third day on our voyage. I am unsure what’s bothering me. Is it the waves? The wind? Or the ship creaks as it rocks from side to side. Only a rowboat would be cheaper than this old ship. If honesty were to strike me at this moment I would admit to feeling sick, as I’ve never seen the ocean prior to this task.
  • Dale Calhoun
    Published about a month ago
    Take Be Back

    Take Be Back

    Take me Back
  • speakersdaily
    Published 2 months ago
    What’s the Difference Between a Record Player and a Turntable?

    What’s the Difference Between a Record Player and a Turntable?

    Vinyl is back in style. That is something relatively few foreseen, however everybody can concur upon. Normally, the following thing that happened was a spike in deals of turntables and stereos. With such huge numbers of new clients consistently, there have been a few inquiries that are posed to more than others. One of them is whether there is a distinction between phonographs and turntables. On the off chance that you haven't got it yet, this will be the subject of our conversation today.
  • manuela myrtle
    Published 4 months ago
    Will Today's Hits Be "Classics" by 2100?

    Will Today's Hits Be "Classics" by 2100?

    Still, since we rarely are exceptionally well-heeled or 'upper dog', we've drawn out more things to brag of. We've, thus, often got proud of the bizarre music genres we're into, the unheard-of facts we learn elsewhere on the internet, the weird, exotic games we play or some closed groups we accidentally got admitted to.
  • Ashley Beatty-Pernetti
    Published 4 months ago
    You're a Hypocrite When You Say "Country Music Has to Go"

    You're a Hypocrite When You Say "Country Music Has to Go"

    I recently came across an article titled "Music Diversity is Great, but Country Has Got to Go," and the whole thing truly irked me. It's a well-known fact that every genre isn't everyone's cup of tea and we all have the ability to publicly share those opinions. I'm not usually one to address a specific piece of writing by writing my own counterargument, but this one struck a little nerve. I'm sitting here chuckling to myself as I write this because I feel like the person who wrote this country-hating article is slightly hypocritical. And here's why.
  • Phill Ross
    Published 4 months ago
    Online music competitions

    Online music competitions

    If you are a musician or wanting to learn to play an instrument, or even perhaps a collector of musical equipment, one of the many ways of acquiring gear that we would normally have to save up for, or in some cases never be able to afford, is to enter an online competition.
  • Terri Sears
    Published 6 months ago
    Music Diversity Is Great, But Country Has To Go.

    Music Diversity Is Great, But Country Has To Go.

    Music is a wonderful thing. I, for one, am very pan-genre when it comes to my music taste. However, I cannot stand country music. More specifically, modern day country music. I've always felt like country music culture was very weird, I'll get into why very soon, but there's something interesting that I'd like to point out. Throughout my years of living, there's been multiple times where I'd voice my anti-country music thoughts to a close friend that I felt like I could trust. I'd be both surprised and delighted when they'd actually completely agree with me, just to then catch them listening to country music sometime later! While trying not to show my disgust, I'd confront them only to hear them finally confess that they were actually secret country music lovers. I wish this had just been a one time scenario I found myself in. It seems as though many country lovers are ashamed of the fact that they actually enjoy country music, to the point be where they'll even pretend to be anti-country music, which says a lot.
  • Bralen Williams
    Published 6 months ago
    “Drugs” should not be our Favorite Songs.

    “Drugs” should not be our Favorite Songs.

    Music has been one of the biggest forms of communication since forever. We as music listeners , listen everyday to different songs that relate and talk about different themes, lessons and challenges of life. This has been common for a long time as I started to notice a pattern for this. These are mostly common in hip-hop or pop songs on the radio. There are many songs that we love to sing that have one common theme that is always brought up in these songs: Drugs. Some won’t bother to say it because of how good the song is, we do not care what it is truly about. We will still listen and praise the artist and song. I believe that music artist should stop talking about Drugs in their songs and start doing something about it.
  • Nameless
    Published about a year ago
    How Is Music Able to Connect into Our Daily Lives?
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published about a year ago
    Reason First: Is DJ Khaled Now Crying Because He's Not an Egoist?

    Reason First: Is DJ Khaled Now Crying Because He's Not an Egoist?

    Jay-Z and Beyoncé (THE CARTERS) handled their number two slot on the Billboard 200 chart last year with their release, EverythingisLove (2018) with grace. Nicki Minaj launched into a temper tantrum when her fourth studio album Queen (2018) failed to make the number one spot, and so did DJ Khaled. Arguably the most annoying voice in hip hop, the DJ and producer recorded a video expressing his distaste for “mysterious sh–t.” By coming in the top ten, one would think that a recording artist would be satisfied with their own efforts. Regardless of whether the listening individuals actually stream or buy the physical copies of Khaled’s work, he should be proud that he organized so many voices to make a solid album.