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Zara Larsson exceeds expectations with third album ‘Poster Girl’

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Larsson’s success can be attributed to the honesty in her lyrics that seamlessly accompanies pop beats that make you want to dance. If you are not listening to Poster Girl while dancing alone in your room, you’re lying.

5 takeaways from ‘Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry’

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After dropping a highly-anticipated collaboration with Rosalía back in January, teenage idol Billie Eilish returned to the spotlight last month with the AppleTV documentary, 'Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry.'

Netflix’s ‘Ginny and Georgia’ slammed by pop star Taylor Swift

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“Ginny and Georgia,” a brand new Netflix comedy-drama that debuted in late February, received criticism for misogynist jokes targeted at pop superstar Taylor Swift.

UM students react to offensive imagery in Dr. Seuss books

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Dr. Seuss Enterprises, the organization that manages operations for the late children’s author Theodor Seuss Geisel (Dr. Seuss), officially discontinued the sales of six children’s story books due to offensive, racist imagery and content. Here's what your fellow Canes think.

Madison Beer attempts to find her identity on ‘Life Support’

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The artist is still young and has a blossoming career ahead of her. If there’s one thing that "Life Support" proves, it’s that Madison Beer is still fighting to find her spot in pop music.

‘One more time’: Celebrating Daft Punk’s biggest hits

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A look back at one of the most accomplished and celebrated careers in modern electronic music.

REVIEW: Florida-based band Driveaway discusses newest single, ‘Summer Song’

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An indie-pop band that describes their sounds as a “mix of upbeat music combined with the saddest music they could find,” their songs delve into real-life topics while still evoking the level of nostalgia and fun that you’d get from watching your favorite movie.

The first publication of its kind, Gravity Magazine celebrates Black creativity...

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Between the racial justice reckoning of last summer and the subsequent Black Lives Matter protests, news outlets and social media platforms alike were flooded with what seemed like endless graphic videos and images of Black trauma. Sophomore Julian Crosby took this as an opportunity to provide Black students an outlet.

‘What I’d wear front row’ trend allows TikTokers to celebrate NYFW...

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With COVID-19 making "normal life" a thing of the past, fashion fiends and casual viewers alike were left missing the experience of watching the year's trends come alive at the typically star-studded New York Fashion Week. Thankfully, TikTok came to the rescue, with creators showing off their best “what I would wear front row” looks to Britney Spears’ “Gimme More.”

Wynwood’s Oliver Cole Gallery pioneers new, contactless model amid COVID-19

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Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many non-essential businesses are closing. But Oliver Cole Gallery stays strong, having learned how to navigate this new normal early on.

Today is National Unplugging Day—Here’s why you should join in

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Audrey Cleary, a University of Miami licensed clinical psychologist, spoke with The Miami Hurricane about why putting your phone down for a bit to focus on the world around you might not sound as bad as you think.

Meet Jasmine Ortiz, the bilingual pop princess whose song ‘Cherry on...

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By day, University of Miami student Jasmine Ortiz studies musicianship, artistry development and entrepreneurship at the Frost School of Music. But by night, she records with producers like the multi-platinum Trackdilla.