Usher gives R&B a front seat in the aptly titled ‘Hard II Love,’ as he explores sentiments from the misguided to the admirable.
Parting ways from the bubbly and light-hearted, Meghan Trainor strikes darker tones as she tackles the woes of substance abuse in her “Better” music video.
Much of ‘The Divine Feminine’s’ lyrical content is a testament to Mac Miller’s creative investigations, but with little to no follow through, the album is left roundly superficial and unsupported.
Calvin Harris drones on in a contrived, boring revenge piece “My Way,” while Frank Pole remains fun, upbeat, and decadent with strong lyrics in “Anything.”
This stoner romp captivates its audience as it documents the daily lives of dealers and users in NYC. The cycle of weed, money, love proves to be a toxic undertaking for all parties involved.
Eventually, I began to favor simplicity over style. Admittedly, I got lazy. For a while, I forgot to appreciate cursive the way my grandfather did—as an unconventional avenue for artistic expression.
Words are one of the few mediums through which we can attempt to understand those sitting across from us. BC SLAM!, BC’s spoken word poetry group, seeks to find and free words that would otherwise remain in the recesses of our minds.
See ‘Storks’ make its delivery, Lynyrd Skynyrd ride solos to high places, and marvel at the Russian masterpieces at the hands of the Boston Symphony Orchestra this weekend in the arts.
The people behind the new ‘Jumanji’ movie have decided to risk tarnishing a great concept.
In a quest of self discovery and definition, BC musician Ryan Bradley seeks to continue to evolve amidst and from the music scene at Boston College.