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6lack’s “East Atlanta Love Letter” is the R&B Album We Didn’t Know We Needed

There is no shortage of incredible R&B out right now. The Weeknd gave us “My Dear Melancholy”back in March, Teyana Taylor dropped “K.T.S.E.” in June, and Drake even gave us the entire B side to “Scorpion” later that same month. Without a doubt however, there is always even more mediocre R&B to wade through than there …

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Album Review, ‘Ye’ by Kanye West

Yeezy Season is officially in full effect.  Last night, Kanye West dropped his long awaited album YE. Initially, the music could only be heard through a streaming platform where fans could tune in and watch the controversial rapper gather together with reporters, fans, friends, and family at his listening party. Kanye announced he would be dropping an album …

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Cardi B Finally Releases Her Debut Album And It Wasn’t What Anyone Was Expecting

Last night, Cardi B released her debut album. The Bronx native, infamous for her ghetto-fab vibes and her filter-less vocab, has been teasing fans with the release of an album since her Grammy-nominated song, “Bodak Yellow”, made waves around the country. The song showcased Cardi in a gangster chick light, who could be heard telling …

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Sin Nombre Is The Brutally Realistic Movie About Latin American Gang Violence You Didn’t Know You Needed To Watch

*this review contains some spoilers This weekend, after Easter mass, I went to La Cabaña with my mom and my boyfriend. It’s a quaint, hidden gem in Ottawa that serves typical Salvadoran food and is honestly so delicious. When my mom and my boyfriend have conversations, they normally talk about traveling and of course, El …

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Opinion: Drake’s Music Video For “God’s Plan” Showcases The Rapper In A Whole New Light

As much as we want to hate on the rappers of ours day, sometimes they take us by surprise and remind us that their is way more to them than their brand and their infamous lyrics about money and women! Last week, Drake dropped his new God’s Plan video and made all of us enter an emotional roller coaster because …

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Kim Kardashian Is Not Accountable For Systematic Racism

I’ll be the first to admit that the Kardashians can sometimes overstep their boundaries. When it comes to the things they say or the things they do, they can be out of line. Time after time, they’ve been accused of culture appropriation, which in some instances, has been well deserved however, this weekend, people proved …

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Hip Hop Fans Need To Stop Bashing “Trash” Rappers

Gone are the days where we had the socially aware Tupac’s and the Biggie’s whose music was not only catchy and genuine but filled with powerful lyrics. Nowadays, we have rappers who repeat “Gucci Gang” continuously, only spewing out about a total of a minute’s worth of words that are overly saturated into a 4 …

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Feel Old Yet? Here Are Some of the Biggest Pop Culture Events Turning 10 This Year

As we enter into this new year of 2018, we step into a different era of society, meaning a brand new year of trends, controversies, and conflict. With all negative issues that have emerged on an international scale as of recent, it seems only fitting that we take a moment to reflect on a simpler, more …

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The Beast: A Graphic Novel About The Moral Debate Surrounding Canada’s Environment

I remember exactly where I was when the fires in Alberta happened. I was at work and since I work for TD Bank as a collections officer, I knew this would be bad for business. Although I felt bad for the victims of the fire and I tried to help raise money, I knew that …

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