Tag: review

Charlie Puth wobbles in new album

After four years full of singles and TikTok videos, pop singer-songwriter Charlie Puth released his third album “CHARLIE” on Friday, Oct. 7. The album shows off his creativity and music production skills, but lyrically it lacks the depth that would make it truly shine. Since the start of his career, […]

‘Blonde’ bombs due to director’s bravado

When you hear that there’s a new movie about Marilyn Monroe, you’d probably expect it to be a biopic. That wouldn’t be an unreasonable guess given the popularity of biopics in recent years. Netflix’s new film “Blonde,” released on Sept. 28, is not a biopic though. It’s a fictionalized account […]

Meghan Markle unpacks stereotypes on her podcast

Are you interested in learning about the archetypes that impact those around you? Do you enjoy sympathizing with others over shared experiences? Look no further than Meghan Markle’s podcast “Archetypes.” Each episode, Markle invites a celebrity guest to interview and discuss the archetype or stereotype that has been assigned to […]

Rina Sawayama offers free therapy in new album

Japanese-British modern pop icon, Rina Sawayama, released her second studio album, “Hold the Girl,” on Friday, Sept. 16. Famous for her fresh take on the genre, Sawayama continues to revitalize pop with her incorporation of atypical instruments and cutting lyricism. Sawayama has opened up about the personal inspiration behind “Hold […]

Season finale of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” worth wait

Photo courtesy of  Government of California, Wikipedia The anticipated season finale of "RuPaul’s Drag Race" finally aired on Friday, April 23. After three lip syncs performed for a socially distant drive-in event, America's Next Drag Superstar was crowned. Symone, who received four main challenge wins throughout the season, rightfully won the […]

“Ginny & Georgia” delves into issues around identity

Photo courtesy of Fair Use, Wikipedia   Released on Feb. 24, Netflix’s new series “Ginny and Georgia” follows 30-year-old single mother Georgia (Brianne Howey) as she raises her two children, who each have different fathers. Her children include 15-year-old Ginny (Antonia Gentry) and 9-year-old Austin (Diesel La Torraca). The family […]