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‘The Life of Pablo’: Kanye West’s Arrogant and Contemplative Masterpiece

The Life Of Pablo marks the beginning of a new era for Kanye West, one we can all be excited for, as he explores spirituality, fatherhood and true love. Much has changed in the life of Kanye West since the release of the bachelor party album that was “Yeezus”. Since becoming a husband, a father of two and one of… Read more →

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In Defense of Kanye West’s “Famous”

With all the controversy surrounding the release of Kanye West’s “Famous”, the perceived attack on Taylor Swift may be a bit overblown Last Thursday, Kanye West premiered his new album The Life of Pablo to a sold out crowd at Madison Square Garden, as well as thousands watching live streams in theaters around the world and millions watching online live streams through… Read more →

Never, Ever, Ever Getting Back Together: Taylor Swift’s Decision to Pull Her Music from Spotify Could Alienate Fans

by Morgan Hunt Last week, I experienced a huge tragedy. At the gym I noticed that my Spotify workout playlist was void of a song found on the list nearly a dozen times: Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off”. I went to search for the rest of her catalog and quickly found out that it was gone. After a brief search,… Read more →

Positive Body Images Aren’t Just “All About That Bass”

by Morgan Hunt “You know I’m all about that bass, about that bass. No treble.” If you’ve heard Meghan Trainor’s summer anthem then there’s a chance the catchy tune stuck in your head just by reading that one sentence. While on the surface the song just seems to be about loving deep bass and not liking flat notes, when you… Read more →

Ed Sheeran’s “X” is an Emotional Rollercoaster Filled With Heartbreak and Happiness

by Morgan Hunt I’m always skeptical when it comes to an artist’s sophomore album, especially when it comes to someone who hit the American music scene as hard as Ed Sheeran did, but there is not much of a reason to be skeptical when it comes to “X”. There are few albums that require me to take time before writing… Read more →

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