Flocks of University of Miami students hurried to the Watsco Center Thursday hoping to catch a glimpse of the largest names in Latin music, full of excitement and anticipation despite continuous surges of strong winds and heavy rain.
Rarely does country music see the honest stories of Black women, especially stories resilient and strong in today’s political climate. This unfortunate fact is what makes a dazzling gem such as Texas-native Mickey Guyton so special.
“Montero” is Lil Nas X’s debut album, released Sept. 17 by Columbia Records. The project features 15 songs including "Montero (Call Me by Your Name),” "Sun Goes Down" and "Industry Baby.”
On Sept. 2, the “Industry Baby” hitmaker unveiled glowing maternity photos of himself, in order to celebrate the release of his forthcoming album “Montero.”
It would not be the VMAs without signature steamy, high-intensity performances from the biggest in music. This year did not disappoint, with Justin Bieber, Lil Nas X, Alicia Keys and Jack Harlow, among others, taking the stage.
On Sept. 9, pop singer-songwriter Ariana Grande announced the launch of her own cosmetic line, fittingly titled R.E.M. Beauty after the fourth track of her Grammy Award-winning studio album “Sweetener.” Complete with dazzling teasers that feature the “Positions” hitmaker lounging around in a sixties-inspired miniskirt and boots, the announcement thrilled many fans.
“Star-Crossed,” released Sept. 10 by MCA Nashville and Interscope Records, was described by Musgraves as a personal journey of healing and heartache in the aftermath of her divorce from fellow country musician Ruston Kelly. She noted it serves as a “tragedy in three parts,” birthed through a life-changing experience with psychedelic mushrooms.
It’s no secret that Drake and Kanye West have always been competitive with each other.
The project, released Aug. 29 through Def Jam Records, infuses West’s knack for both gospel and trap music, alongside various high-profile featured musicians.
As the fall season approaches, The Miami Hurricane felt it was an ideal time to preview some of the largest, impressive events coming up in the city we love.
The Houston hitmaker announced a musical hiatus on Thursday, claiming a need to “recharge.”
McRae’s previous music has drawn comparisons to Billie Eilish, but her latest EP proves she has found and embraced her own sound.