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I’m not sure a piece like The Messiah could be composed today. During Handel’s time, educated people were far more steeped in Bible then we are today.
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As I was driving into work this morning Lauryn Hill’s, Doo Wop (That Thing), started blasting through the car speakers. I thought to myself, as I listened to the lyrics, “This song should be an anthem for all young girls growing up in this oversexed society.” 140 more words
Who is REALLY to blame for the downfall of one of our most beloved Hip Hop groups of the 90’s- The Fugees? Wyclef Jean of The Fugees put out his memoir back in 2012, entitled “Purpose: An Immigrants Story” in which he for the first time ever, dishes out the true details of what happened between he and fellow band mate Lauryn Hill. 808 more words
By James Li
Music fans and music writers can be fickle and impatient creatures. I’ll be the first to say that I’m guilty of thriving on hype, getting bored of old favourites, and listing my favourite music of the year before the year even finishes. 828 more words
That ‘Concerning Violence’ is a shocking, harrowing and at times difficult film is evident from its title. What makes the film so arresting to watch is its ability to force us, at times in an aggressive manner, to reconsider our position as a Western viewer. 803 more words