This album does an incredible job of showing that many times, teens are well-educated when it comes to relationships, but you can never know enough.
if you find yourself in a dancing mood, pick up your headphones, plug in your speaker and turn the volume up to the max. Drake has you covered.
From Dizzee’s discovery of his sexuality to the influence Catholicism plays in Hispanic families, the issues in “The Get Down” are relevant, not just to the era of the show, but today as well.
Kehlani manages to switch your emotions from lit to sad to happy in a time span of 60 minutes in her first full-length album “SweetSexySavage.”
Lady Gaga might be the only one in our generation who can rival Beyonce. Having my favorite singer perform at halftime was the icing on the cake of my hometown making it to Sunday night’s game against the New England Patriots.
I curated a Spotify playlist of 30 songs, ranging from “Alone Again” by Gilbert O’Sullivan, to “Tha Crossroads” by Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, all to celebrate one of the coolest presidents ever.
It can be difficult to find the light during such a stressful night for our country. The best way to get over that election anxiety is to vibe it out with some fun America-themed tracks.
Music is an outlet, which I’m pretty sure we all need with today’s presidential election. This is the playlist I’ve made exactly for this occasion along with my thoughts.
On “Blond,” Frank Ocean succeeds in addressing important topics, including racial profiling, police brutality and Black Lives Matter. By comparing himself to Trayvon Martin, Ocean makes the issue personal.
I had the most fun time creating the music video for 18-year-old Jayla Darden’s “That’s Just Life.” Nine Atlanta teens worked together to create this video.