It’s hard to imagine two Grammy-winning artists developing this much chemistry as quickly as Silk Sonic members Anderson .Paak and Bruno Mars. Originally formed as a passion project between the two friends, Silk Sonic blossomed when .Paak opened on part of Mars’ “24k Magic” tour in 2017.
“Still Over It” comes on the heels of her break up with producer and ex-boyfriend, London. The two dated on and off since 2019 and officially broke up early in 2021.
The heavy usage of personas defined her early work. Lacking the larger-than-life, drugged-out socialite or the obsession with American fashion and culture of the fifties and sixties, her eighth album severs these influences for more personal tones.
Singer Johanna “JoJo” Levesque has been killing it since 2004 — and her new EP, “trying not to think about it” proves she is only getting better.
After teasing it for years, Thugger did not disappoint and made this masterpiece worth the wait. “Punk” includes unexpected, iconic collaborations with the late Juice WRLD and Mac Miller, as well as J. Cole, A$AP Rocky and Doja Cat, to name a few.
Below is a selection of modern, pop, party-ready bangers to turn up this year’s costume party. Whether it’s the title or the lyrics, each song can be interpreted as spooky in some way. With this playlist full of blissful dance tracks and radio hits, you have no excuse to let your party fall flat.
Miller’s estate announced on Sept. 15 that alongside a music video for the track “Colors and Shapes,” that the Grammy nominated rapper's successful 2014 mixtape “Faces” would be rereleased.
With the influx of documentaries, it’s easy to wonder what inspired them to come out now.
Popular Twitter account RapTV sparked major controversy after tweeting “Is Drake in 2021 bigger than Michael Jackson at his peak?”
Few college majors are more misunderstood than musical theater students. More than just acting, the University of Miami (UM) Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) musical theater program captures a high level of student talent, one that many students in other sections of the university may not understand.
26-year-old Memphis native, Abigail “Yebba” Smith, is a Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter, ready to be the next top ten artist.
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.