“Chixtape 5” is more than enjoyable and will certainly be on repeat. However, for the next project Lanez drops, it is time for him to explore another sound that could grant him the legend status the artists he looks up to and featured in his tape have rightfully earned.
Regardless of enjoying (or not enjoying) the performance, the overall vibe of the night was one filled with comradery and high spirits, resulting in a night of bonding between alumni and current students alike.
Released by Kemosabe/RCA Records and produced by Doja herself, alongside Tyson Trax and Yeti Beats, this full-length album proves why she deserves to have her name amongst 2019’s other breakout artists.
Sticking true to the theme of the film series itself, the soundtrack is one huge celebration of femininity and womanhood.
Netflix lost two of the most relevant shows in its catalog– “The Office” and “Friends”– and acquired “Seinfeld” as a replacement. But, can it really replace two shows that people everywhere, regardless of age, still watch?
“TURN OFF THE LIGHT” is pop genius, with effortless transitions between tracks that make it seem never-ending.
Sampling Destiny’s Child and Usher while blending quintessential, contemporary R&B, the range in sound mirrors the range of emotions we feel through the stages of infatuation, love and heartbreak.
The show was weird. It was uncomfortable. But it was authentic and captivating. That’s something I can definitely get behind.
Frost School of Music graduates turned best friends Amy Gionfriddo, Brian Gross and Max Molander, formed an alternative pop-rock band during their time at the U. Following graduation, they moved across the country, now living in Los Angeles to chase their music industry dreams.