Crimson staff writer
Ifeoluwani E. Omidiran
In the midst of the pain of love and loss, she manages to make something beautiful — paying homage to the moments that shaped her, no matter how fleeting they may have been.
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.
This year’s freshman class is refreshingly talented, featuring three female rappers who have been shaking things up and providing much-needed diversity to a genre often dominated by men.
The single is yet another testament to Noname’s unique ability to combine clever lyrics, complex subjects, and jazz-inspired instrumentals to transport the listener into a poetic and immersive soundscape.
“People can share and go through whatever spectrum of emotions they are processing and have it be contained in that room,” co-director Rachel M. Kahn ’20 said.
Over the course of 'the body as a lasting thing,' the show's poetry and choreography combined to explore themes of what the event description called “physicality, anatomy, and dance.”