VOX ATL reporter Amariyah Callender had the opportunity to speak with a few teens at this year’s Music Midtown festival to hear what they had to say about their favorite thing about the festival and who they were excited to see that weekend. Let us know if you see some familiar faces!
Music Midtown weekend has come and gone. With thousands of loving fans from cities all over the country, vendors at every corner of Piedmont Park, and bass-in-your-face performances, there was adventure afoot.
This year alone I’ve lost two of my favorite artists of all time in Mac Miller and XXXtentacion, and one last year with the loss of Lil Peep. It’s always hard to see your favorite artist go, and especially hard when three of them pass away with so much life ahead of them.
Travis Scott is becoming one of the greatest artists of our generation, but in order to become one of the greatest artists of all time in the field of hip-hop he needs to prove himself as a rapper post-“Astroworld.”
The music festival season has begun here in Atlanta! You’ve copped your tickets, blasted music from your favorite artists on the lineup, and racked your brain over what to wear. But, are you completely sure that you’re ready?
The A.M.F.M. festival, celebrated the diverse art, stories, and individuals that exist in the Southwest Altanta community of young, emerging creatives.
Wearing pieces such as “NEVER SOLD DOPE” and “END RAPE CULTURE” allows for support to those that could not voice these issue themselves. Now we are able to wear our beliefs.
VOXers Erin Davis, Amariyah Callender and Christian Stallworth dive into what exactly cancel culture is, and why we need it more than ever in 2018.
There are teens out there who have unlocked the key to success in and outside of academics. The keyword to their success is productivity.
You’re probably asking how or what do you mean or some form of that question, but that’s exactly what I mean.
It doesn’t matter who you are, if you’ve done something bad in form or fashion, Twitter will find a way to come for you. With this rise of call-out culture, especially on social media, people are starting to re-evaluate what this means.