The instrumentation and production of the song make these phrases stick in the listener’s mind, conveying the band’s feelings about their fame.
“You Had Your Soul With You” wants to be happy.
It can be difficult to separate art from artist, especially when the artist himself seems to want those lines blurred, but in this case, the artist himself stands out as far more interesting and complex than the album he created.
Like the indie artist’s previous songs, “Mess” marries soft fingerpicking with solemn lyrics that crescendo into a catchy, repetitive chorus.
A Harvard College official threatened Harvard Radio Broadcasting – commonly known by its call name WHRB – with “administrative probation” because the group hosted a widely publicized event featuring the rapper Lil Pump, according to an email sent by the station’s president March 9.
World-famous cellist Yo-Yo Ma ’76 and President of the New York Philharmonic Deborah Borda discussed strategies for broadening public access to classical music in order to enact social change at Harvard Business School on Wednesday.
Invited by student group No Label, the critically acclaimed rapper and his managers, Barry Johnson and Zekiel Nicholson, spoke about their experiences.
Taking a new perspective on the intersection of folk, acoustic, and gospel, “Wasteland Baby!”is an evocative follow up to Hozier’s difficult-to-top debut.
Solange’s fourth studio album is a mellow, intoxicating experience — slightly drifting, yet purposefully so.
Quinn XCII truly did come from Michigan with love. And repeatedly, the crowd responded with cheers of exhilaration and appreciation.
Decked out in bright garb, colorful dreadlocks, and a Harvard beanie, rapper Lil Pump promoted his latest album “Harverd Dropout" at WHRB, Feb. 28.
Dozens of electronic music fans from Harvard and the Greater Boston Area filed into the Adams Lower Common Room on Feb. 20 to hear a talk from German trance music legend Paul van Dyk.