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Hollywood Undead Builds a “New Empire”

by Darlene
After forming in 2005, Hollywood Undead has gone through a recent metamorphosis in regards to their image and lyrics. For their sixth full-length album they wanted to demonstrate that evolution, titling the album “New Empire, Vol. 1.” “On this album, we tried to pretend we had never made a record before. We made a concerted […]

Chance the Rapper Is Bringing Back an Old Favorite

by Darlene
Chance the Rapper announced that he will be the host of the revamped version of “Punk’d.” The new version will be accessible through “Quibi ” a new streaming service that is to debut April 2020. Quibi will be a mobile-first streaming platform with a focus on short-form content hence the name, which is the abbreviation […]

Breaking Out ‘The Box’

by Eric Hendrix
Music is constantly evolving. Most of the genres of music we listen to have been around for quite some time, but probably differ in sound greatly from earlier music classified in the same categories. This is a result of artist’s looking different places for influences. One artist that comes to mind is the up and […]

The Merchandise Era in Music

by stephescobar8
What’s the issue? Artist in recent years have had a difficult time on profiting solely on their music sales. “In 2017, artists captured just 12% of music revenue” – Citi Global Perspectives and Solution (GPS) states in a report. Sometimes, we tend to forget that a lot of these people who make music rely on […]

Deadmau5 Throws Fresh, Anxious to Meditative Sounds on Netflix Thriller, “Polar”

by brebeierle
It’s not everyday that we hear of a progressive house genre-based artist entirely scoring an upcoming movie. With all improbabilities aside, today Deadmau5 released his latest soundtrack, “Polar (Music from the Netflix Film).” The album contains an innovative set of 13 songs, ranging from beats that are “noisy, to warm and melodic,” according to Deadmau5 […]

Billboard Songs of the Summer Review

by Ben LaScola
     As July came to a close, many of the summer’s biggest songs had already been released. Billboard provides a way for music fans to keep up with the erratic trends of pop music.      Along with famed music charts like the Billboard Hot 100 and the Billboard 200, Billboard releases a Songs […]