Latin music, especially reggaeton and trap, has grown in popularity among Americans within the last few years.
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There is no justification for using racism, sexism or other offensive language, symbols and behavior in music, comedy or other “art” – for the sake of getting people talking.
In the ‘90s boy bands had millions of young teens replaying their music, buying tickets to their sold-out shows and sometimes literally falling at their feet. Now boy bands are making a comeback with appearances on television and radio as well as being featured on the cover of magazines.
Make me listen to current hit songs on the radio and chances are it’ll be the first time I’ve ever heard it.
Although plenty of music-lovers are bringing sexy-back, University of La Verne students represent a broader spectrum of musical tastes that go beyond pop idol Justin Timberlake.
Are you one of those people who get annoyed by the “fans” that claim they like a band, but really only know that one hit single? Well, I am.
In my years as a columnist, I have attempted many differing approaches to my craft. Some of them have worked better than others, and some haven’t worked at all. But with that spirit of unyielding experimentation, this week. I am going to attempt something I have never done before.
I am not sure how the whole generation labeling thing works. I know there was a Generation X, but I don’t think there was a Generation W. I’ve been told that I was part of Generation Y, so I’m assuming that today’s tender teenagers are Generation Z. But, from what I’m seeing, Generation ZZZZ seems […]
Is anyone else getting really sick of looking at Britney Spears? OK, maybe not looking at her. She is a hottie, I’ll give her that. However, in the week preceding the release of her new album “In the Zone,” Britney Spears has been crammed so far down my throat that the very mention of her […]
It seems as though all music fans have downloaded at least one song in their lifetime. And who can blame them? With CD prices ranging anywhere from $15 to $20, students would have to be wealthy to be able to afford all the albums they need for their music collection.