To many, David Fincher’s 1999 thriller “Fight Club” was a glorified coming-of-age film for restless teen boys that go through life with their fists furled. To me, it was a slap in the face.
Natalie Mering, who uses the stage name Weyes Blood, released “Titanic Rising” in April 2019. It is the 32-year-old’s fourth studio album. Since its release, the aforementioned problems associated with climate change have worsened, but the COVID-19 pandemic began as well, bringing with it fundamental changes in society and contributing to worsening mental health across all age groups.
In a recent interview, Miley Cyrus sat down with Joe Rogan to talk about relationships, drugs, music, celebrity status and mental health. Miley discusses her changing image, specifically in regards to her 2020 MTV Video Music Awards (VMA) performance. The discussion highlights the sexism that she faced during filming and her efforts to defend her unique artistic vision.
With a pivotal election season coming up amid a global pandemic, it is more important than ever that everyone has all the tools and knowledge they need to exercise their right to vote.
One can twirl underneath the strobe lights of a congested dance floor, but it takes an audacious and commandeering woman to dazzle a clientele of desiring men with the single use of a pole.
We live in a tumultuous time where politicians of powerful countries are against immigrants. Policies are placed to disrupt the lives of minorities, the people who make up the core of nations.
The breeziness of the song may seem like it is an easygoing R&B jam, but the lyrics indicate something darker: “I was into you from the beginning even if you wasn’t mine/Scared to admit my shortcomings led to overdraft in this affair, declining.” Losing her way in an unrequited love affair is something SZA knows all too well.
With over 35 million followers and 1 billion likes, it is no surprise that when D’Amelio wanted to break out of the TikTok box and enter the music industry, people wanted to listen. But, I don’t think anyone thought it would actually be good, or at least I did not.
Season 3 of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina dropped January 24 on Netflix. While I don’t typically do horror, it’s my one exception. The show typically walks a fine line between nerve wracking and good witch-y fun. But season 3 could not figure out if it wanted to be a horror show or a Riverdale rip-off.