The success of Polo G’s “Rapstar” is a perfect example of why rappers are the new pop stars, Mirabella Miller SC ’23 writes.
Brockhamton’s latest project displays maturation –– but that’s not necessarily for the best, music columnist Mirabella Miller SC ’23 writes.
Pop-punk is making a comeback with a new generation on TikTok; it’s the perfect place for teens to grieve the small things lost to COVID-19, music columnist Mirabella Miller SC ’23 writes.
The backlash Lil Nas X has faced for the music video for his new single “MONTERO” is rooted in homophobia, not protecting kids from adult themes, writes music columnist Mirabella Miller SC ’23
“Chemtrails Over the Country Club” is a triumphant exploration of gray areas and an example of why we shouldn’t rely on political takes from celebrities, writes music columnist Mirabella Miller SC ’23.
Julien Baker’s new album “Little Oblivions” is emotional and musical maturation in song form, Mirabella Miller SC ’23 says. Read more here.
Taylor Swift rerecording her masters sparks a conversation about artist ownership –– and shows her privilege, Mirabella Miller SC ’23 says.
Music columnist Ella Boyd SC ’21 compiles an exhaustive list of ways to use music to your benefit while social distancing, whether through creating, sharing or listening to it.
Music columnist Kyla Walker PO ’22 explores Taylor Swift’s whirlwind transition from political privacy to political activism in “Miss Americana.”
Music columnist Ella Boyd SC ’21 assesses the impact of musician Pop Smoke’s influence on the New York drill music scene after his death. “Almost with Nietzsche-esque transcendence of good and evil, Pop Smoke played by his own rules, and he won through creating a lasting legacy in the eye of the music industry and general population,” she writes.