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SZA Drops New Single, “Hit Different” Featuring Ty Dolla $ign

by Maddy Ipema
It’s been three long, treacherous years without any new music from SZA – and just as expected her new single, “Hit Different,” featuring Ty Dolla $ign is undoubtedly worth the wait. Since the release of SZA’s debut album “Ctrl” back in 2017, fans have been patiently waiting and hungry for new music. SZA is an […]

Summer Walker’s New EP “Life on Earth” Is Here!

by Marissa Bachrach
Summer Walker, the 24-year-old R&B singer who hails from Atlanta, has recently released her newest EP. Life on Earth is made up of five songs and was released on July 10. This EP is Walker’s first, following several singles and two albums, Last Day of Summer (2018) and Over It (2019). The first song, “Let […]

EARTHGANG Promises New Music With JID

by Jackson Red
EARTHGANG paid a visit in the flesh (over the internet) to r/hiphopheads on Sunday to update fans on projects in progress, promote their recent feature on Louis The Child’s recent album Here For Now, and express their gratitude for being nominated for BET’s Best Rap Group award. Employing some slang I’m too square to fully […]

HBO: A Catalog of Shows and Music

by Marissa Bachrach
As a media junkie, lately, during quarantine, I’ve found myself binging as many movies and TV shows as possible. With that being said, when I’m not watching something, I’m almost always listening to something; whether I’m playing music while doing school work or listening to a podcast to help me fall asleep. As an avid […]

The Most Anticipated New Music of 2020

by Marissa Bachrach
As we roll into March, (already… how?) more and more artists are officially announcing or hinting at upcoming albums to be released this year. These are some of the most anticipated albums of 2020. As for officially announced albums go, our top 3 albums to look out for this year are as follows: 1. Haim, […]

Check out These Five Movies and Their Incredible Soundtracks

by Marissa Bachrach
In the midst of the Midwestern winter most of us are experiencing, it doesn’t seem uncommon for weekends and days off to be spent inside binging Netflix. I have definitely been finding myself staying in for movie nights way more often, and I’ve found myself more intrigued by scores and soundtracks than usual. It started […]