Album Reviews

Earl Sweatshirt’s “SICK!” is sick.

January 25, 2022 Desmond Leake 0

Earl Sweatshirt isn’t a rapper who wastes time. Ever since his rap career started at 16, he’s fostered a fanbase enamored with his cryptic and depressing lyrics.  Sweatshirt’s albums feature tons of lyrical density while […]

Arts & Living

Dune Is Pure Sci-Fi Excellence

November 16, 2021 Desmond Leake 0

“Dune: Part One” is the third adaptation of  Frank Herbert’s sci-fi book series of the same name. The book is notoriously hard to adapt, and many have questioned why Villeneuve is attempting such a bold […]

Arts

GRAMMY predictions in a post committee world

October 26, 2021 Desmond Leake 0

The GRAMMY Nomination period closed on September 30th, making it the perfect time to speculate on potential winners. The GRAMMY’s recently changed their voting process, doing away with their secret committees after a controversy surrounding […]

Technology Reviews

DEATHLOOP and the thrill of repetition

October 12, 2021 Desmond Leake 0

It has been a quiet year for games due to COVID-19 delaying the industry’s production cycle. As a result, many companies have put triple-A games on hold. In a sea of delayed games, “DEATHLOOP” sticks […]

Arts & Living

Protest music: a history

October 5, 2021 Desmond Leake 0

In light of the Black Lives Matters protests, many artists acknowledged the protests in the only way they knew how: through music. Atlanta native Lil Baby released his song “The Bigger Picture,” which became his […]

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