America – a country built on the backs of minorities and slavery. The land of the free that to some, may not be so free. With terrorism, poverty and other casualties within America, NFL players kneeling for the National Anthem should be the least of your worries. It started with Colin Kaepernick taking a knee during the National Anthem to protest police brutality. That is … Continue reading Let the Players Protest
Dear Artist, Your art is a part of you, a mirroring image of your mind. Don’t delete your art because it didn’t get 2,000 interactions, someone somewhere was impacted by it and resonates with it. Art does not have to be sad nor happy. There isn’t right way to create art, so don’t try to correct what isn’t wrong. Comparison kills, your art is beautiful … Continue reading Dear Artist
The boy band rap group BROCKHAMPTON has done it again. They’ve composed a sequel to Saturation called Saturation II and this one is even better than the first. The whole album shows each artist’s strong points and as a group. With songs like “GUMMY” and “TOKYO” on the album, it really highlights the group’s artistic dynamic. Would it be a BROCKHAMPTON album if Kevin Abstract … Continue reading Saturation II Review
You probably hear the “twitter dermatologists” say: water is the key to clear skin. Are they right? Water has been the key to everything for ages, but what exactly does it do for our skin? Water is fantastic for anti-aging. It keeps your skin cells hydrated and plumps your skin making it look less wrinkled. In addition, water is a known detox, it flushes out … Continue reading The Benefits of Water (Achieving a Natural Glow)
Is college really worth it? Is it worth all the money and stress? No, college is not worth it. Paying overpriced for a higher education when all your life you have gotten a free education is not worth it. Going to college does not make you a better employee or a better person in society. So the question still stands; is college worth it? Although … Continue reading Is College Really Worth It?
When it comes to queer representation in the rap/hip-hop community, there is little to none. There are rarely ever any LGBT+ rappers or entertainers in this genre, and when there is they are usually extremely underrated. It is already hard to relate to rappers these days as a queer person, but music is music and you are meant to enjoy it, although having representation would make … Continue reading The Importantance of Queer Visibility In Rap