Crimson staff writer
New Zealand singer and songwriter, Benee, returns to the music scene for her first single of the year — and this time, she’s pulling up in a green automobile.
“Internet Trolls” doesn’t re-invent the genre, but it’s sure to give fans just enough of Glorilla’s signature style to keep them satisfied.
Now, Farmer studies voice and songwriting at Berklee College of Music here in Boston. But, by her own account, she’s still learning how to better her craft.
This new episode, however, marks a considerable shift in tone and delivery, using horror to much more overtly thrust ideas of race onto the audience.
On “Closer,” Saweetie teams up with Grammy-winning singer H.E.R. It was only a matter of time before these artists united: both have roots in the Bay Area, both are half-Filipino, and both are currently titans in the female R&B/rap lane.
Much like the tape’s title suggests, Choppa can only be described as his own competition, because truly, no one else is doing it quite like him.
The tragic incident at this year’s Astroworld Festival was the deadly culmination of a history of dangerous behavior by Scott at his concerts.
Disney has decided to continue in the creative direction of “The Mandalorian,” exploring other stories in the vast Star Wars universe.
Giveon's new track, “For Tonight,” is the first single off of his upcoming debut album. Unfortunately, it doesn’t really deliver.