Maybe try a Prius for your next travels ❤️
Taylor Swift’s 1989 (Taylor’s Version) feels like a set of unfinished demos that don’t fully capture the magic of the 2014 record but do just enough to be passable as a full release.
Taylor Swift is a woman who is in no need of any introduction. Although limited to a music career, her accolades have been nothing short of ... read more
Sampha follows up on his 2017 Mercury Prize-winning Process with his most intoxicating and stunning work yet on Lahai.
English singer-songwriter Sampha is no short of having an illustrious career, alongside some of his Young labelmates. He’s known specifically for some of his features: from Drake’s introspective Too Much to Solange’s slow-burning Don’t Touch My Hair to even Kendrick Lamar’s emotional Father Time, ... read more
Travis Scott, arguably the largest trap artist of our day, has finally come out with his long awaited album Utopia. With over five years of hype over his shoulders, it’s quite obvious that the chance of disappointing people. People get skewed ideas of what they want the album to be, expecting the high calibers reached with Rodeo, the catchiness of Astroworld, and the… whatever people want from Birds In ... read more
As we grow farther from the ancient times of the dreaded ‘90s, we simultaneously get farther from cultural movements that emphasize the coined term, Britishness (disgusting I know). A genre that spawned from such a trend was Britpop, described as a brighter and catchier alternative rock genre. This genre seemed to emerge off the backbone of this pop ... read more
Think of some of your greatest memories. Whether that be in your childhood when you used to have fun with your friends at school, experience holidays with your family, or simple things like playing with toys. Maybe some of your greatest memories came within your adulthood by experiencing the world around you, whether that be through simple everyday situations like going to dinner or vast ... read more