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thank u, next is simultaneously well-crafted and doesn’t care

Grande continues the upside-down aesthetic of 2018’s Sweetener, but gives things a more personal flair this time.

Fiona Zhao, Student Life

March 19, 2019

Since her debut as a Nickelodeon teen idol back in ‘08, singer-songwriter Ariana Grande has skyrocketed to greater and greater fame and critical acclaim, but life’s also thrown in more than a few tragedies her way. From a terrorist attack at her 2017 concert in Manchester to her ex’s death by drug ove...

Shawn Mendes’s “Illuminate” will brighten your day

Shawn Mendes’s “Illuminate” will brighten your day

December 16, 2016

By Vivian Hoang | Staff Writer Canadian singer, song-writer, and former Vine star Shawn Mendes released his sophomore album “Illuminate” on Sept. 23. The album contains twelve tracks, the deluxe version containing three additional tracks. The influence of  acoustic rock artists John Mayer an...

Legendary Boy Band Releases a Subpar Album

September 22, 2013

The Backstreet Boys are back By Nathan Fu The Backstreet Boys attempt to reclaim their title as the best boy band of all time with a new album titled In a World Like This. The Backstreet Boys are not like what they used to be, obviously they have grown older and their voices have obviously deepen...

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