Crimson staff writer
Israel A. Perez
A story of queer repression, Lil Nas X plays with biblical references in “Montero (Call Me By Your Name),” while reclaimingownership of his identity as a gay man.
Spotify placed Billie Eilish and Rosalía's song, "Lo Vas a Olvidar," in their ¡Viva Latino! playlist, even though neither Billie Eilish nor Rosalía are Latinx.
Grande’s attempt to quench fans’ unrelenting thirst for new music will surely leave them wanting more than the new two-minute tracks on "Positions (Deluxe)."
From “Ass Like That” to “Moment,” the genius behind many of Ariana Grande’s hits never fails to disappoint on her own tracks. “F.U.C.K” is a must for any sophisticated consumer of music.