Mitski’s Road To ‘The Land Is Inhospitable And So Are We’: How Expanding Sonically Illuminated The Liminal Space Between Brutality & Love

Mitski likely didn’t know the Pandora’s Box she was opening while producing her debut album. Though the 2012 LP, Lush, was self-released — and reportedly doubled as a project for her junior year at SUNY Purchase — it carries the grand orchestral drama of a seasoned singer/songwriter, her already clarion vocals…

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Listen: Megan Thee Stallion & Cardi B Release New Song, “Bongos”

GRAMMY-winning artists Megan Thee Stallion and Cardi B are back with a new single, “Bongos.” The song highlights the duo’s flow and connection, as they trade verses over a bouncy, repetitive and infectious beat fit for the club. Released at the brink of autumn, the accompanying video for “Bongos” features vibrant visuals, majestic choreography…

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A Chicago Public School Surprise

On February 24th, 2023, Grammy nominated singer/ songwriter TeamJohnHill will be receiving the Bulldog Legacy Award. An award created by a Chicago Public school district in the upper north side of Chicago Carl Schurz High School. It is the first award of its kind spear headed by staff member Lucille…

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Best Country Solo Performance Nominees For The 2023 GRAMMY Awards

Nation music’s evolution is effectively represented within the 2023 GRAMMY nominees for Greatest Nation Solo Efficiency. From crossover pop hooks to red-dirt outlaw roots, the style’s most celebrated components are on full show — because of rising stars, main women and nation icons. Longtime hitmaker Miranda Lambert delivered a soulful…

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Trevor Noah Returns To Host The 2023 GRAMMYs On Feb. 5

GRAMMY-nominated comic, actor, writer, and former TV host Trevor Noah graced the GRAMMYs stage as grasp of ceremonies again in 2021 and 2022. Now, he’ll convey his formidable, Emmy-winning skills again to host the 2023 GRAMMYs, which occur Sunday, Feb. 5, and can broadcast dwell on the CBS Tv Community…

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