Lady Gaga: Calculation or Evolution
I used to think that Lady Gaga was of the devil. I know. I know what you’re already thinking. She rose to prominence during my formative middle school years. Years in which I was just beginning to scratch the surface of more mainstream music. But there were still areas into which I did not venture, music tastes that required a greater level of maturity than I possessed at the tender age of thirteen.
Shocking and Culture Rocking: Billie Eilish
With her debut album dropping this past month, Billie Eilish has gained quite the audience with over 18 million followers on Instagram and over 41 million monthly listeners on Spotify. Her influence has proven strong in the music industry. But what kind of influence is she having?
Will "Rocketman" Live Up to "Bohemian Rhapsody?"
Biopics, as of recent, have been floating along the mainstream with big blockbusters such as Hidden Figures, I Tonya, and, the jewel of the winter movie releases, Bohemian Rhapsody. In the same vein, we now have the upcoming film, Rocketman to look forward to.
How The Beatles Impact Generations To Come
A voice of a generation, the precursor of experimental sound, and the primary markers of the second British invasion. Four boys from Liverpool with little to no sense of music but all with an ambition to become musicians. These young men became known as the Beatles and one of the most influential groups ever to grace the musical scene.
Touring on a School Night: Interview with Shortly
Shortly is an inspiration to fans to be unapologetically yourself. Your work should reflect your own journey and personal growth. Maniak’s music is a mixture of family influence, hard times and self-reflection. She doesn’t just create to please listeners, but to improve herself as an artist and a person.
Jon Bellion Doesn’t Care About Streams and Neither Should You
After dropping his fifth album Glory Sound Prep, Jon Bellion was silent. He didn’t run around promoting it, signing posters or appearing for interviews. That is until – to everyone’s surprise – he interviewed with Genius, a music media company, to discuss his “backward” way of sharing music. But his silence was not inattentive, but rather clearly calculated.