On Monday, Glamour magazine honored three Harvard alumnae, founders of Her Campus, an online magazine that promotes journalism for female ...
There are few things in life that everyone shares, but death is on top of the list of all that is inevitable.
It’s hard, in the best sense of the word, and Weezy uses his ever clever and current lyrics to bring extremely explicit rap to the mainstream.
“The Other Side of Down” is unoriginal, over-produced, too slow to be dancy and too fast to be sentimental, and the lyrics barely speak to anything.
In “Penny Sparkle,” Blonde Redhead try on a less complicated style and very much succeed: cutting out much of the noise and creating the soundtrack to afternoon daydreams.
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