With its powerful ideas of gentrification, family, and identity, along with incredibly catchy and unique music and set design, “The East Side” is a fun and heartwarming production.
One can’t help but wonder what will become of Netflix and other streaming services once Disney+ hits the ground running.
Rich the Kid primarily makes music good for energizing a party crowd. Until he breaks out of the box he’s in, he’ll only be a trap rapper with a beat that slaps — until it’s forgotten.
Ultimately the film is an overly dramatic and shallow tale of a romance gone wrong.
Invited by student group No Label, the critically acclaimed rapper and his managers, Barry Johnson and Zekiel Nicholson, spoke about their experiences.
Throughout the night, Lewis and Mitchell traded off between discussions of the photography industry and the representation of race in fashion.
If anything, now is the perfect time to listen to who Kanye was — if only to remember the humble beginnings and industry-shattering talent.