Taylor Swift’s tenth studio album was released at midnight EST and nine pm PST. Naturally, I am writing about it, as I do with any major release the artist does. Midnights had a stir of excitement preceding its release on the 21st of October, and I decided to meet with some of OES’s biggest fans to get an inside look into their reactions to the album.
In the music world, there has always been an ongoing battle between two of its most popular genres: jazz and classical music. So, to finally settle this argument of which is superior, I’ve asked two of our favorite and most eloquent OES musicians to give us their stance (cue the passive aggressive bickering).
For a variety of reasons, Coretta Scott King is a cultural icon: Martin Luther King Jr.’s widow took on the movement and rose to become a standard bearer for endurance and dignity. This is the woman who, in the days following the assassination of her husband in April 1968, summoned all of her strength to deliver a speech he was due to give.
On January 23rd, comedian turned videographer, Coodie Simmons and director Chike Ozah worked with Netflix to release a 3 part docu-series on Kanye West, and if you’ve ever followed or listened to Kanye West, you need to watch it. Here’s why: