Through a variation of soothing but upbeat melodies, uniquely textured vocals and piercing lyrics, 19-yer-old Khalid’s first album “American Teen” grabbed my soul and has not yet let go.
Walking between the two rooms of “Infinite Body” at Whitespace Gallery in Atlanta — one bursting with color and the other with the lack thereof — is jarring in an almost surreal way.
Could you ever imagine someone murdering your best friend? Go on. I’m asking you to imagine it. That’s what this book does.
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.
A major problem in this new live-action version? It’s constantly trying to remind us of the original.
Daniel Arsham creates an aura of hidden absurdity — these concepts of time are right under people’s noses but often fail to be acknowledged.
Artist Daniel Arsham’s “Basketball Lamp 2017” literally surrounds you on all sides and is entirely purple.
“Kong: Skull Island” is a welcome addition to the Kong mythos that takes things in a very unique direction.
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.