“Yummy” is more than just an untimely flop for Bieber. It perfectly encapsulates the cracks starting to form in our current guard of pop superstardom.
With “Everyday Life,” Coldplay’s eighth studio album, the band expands upon this theme by focusing on pressing global issues.
With the year of “Danger Days” finally upon us, the anniversary of its release invites comparison between its reality and ours.
If these tracks are representative of Frank Ocean’s direction following his critically-acclaimed album “Blonde,” they suggest that Ocean is experimenting with abstract concept songs that lack clear narratives.
The image of the duo’s younger selves obtained from the show is inseparable from their personas in the current, as the same is probably true for the rest of us.