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Straight fire: Rap’s best new releases

It’s 2020, the world is on fire, they killed Pop Smoke, Kanye leaked his contract, Justin Bieber and Chance the Rapper released a devotional love song, Bobby Shmurda and Drakeo the Ruler are still in jail, Kendrick Lamar is M.I.A. 661 more words

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WAP: Women against patriarchy

Hip-hop, like most fields, is, tragically, dominated by men. But the last six months have been a different story; by and large, the best rap songs have come from women. 670 more words

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My Top Five EPs From 2020 In Collaboration With Spotlight .

My Top Five EP’s from emerging North East Artists in 2020. With Spotlight Music NE

Recently, I’ve found myself becoming increasingly interested in EPs. I’ve been reflecting on what EP releases can mean to emerging artists. 1,001 more words

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How Music Streaming (Doesn't) Work

Earlier today, I was talking to someone about music (as I am wont to do, seeing as how my inability to shut up about it has landed me a not-temporary spot on a music radio show), and the conversation invariably turned to Spotify. 1,397 more words

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Wish EU Were Here: Tea Sofia

Words by Nina de Sanders

At just 18 years of age, Tea Sofia has recently released her debut album ‘Stani’. She first rose to the attention of the local pop scene back in 2018 with her hit single Pretend, followed by an ambitious EP called ‘Unwind’. 167 more words

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Q&A With Patrick Gosling

A Q&A With Patrick Gosling, in Light of His Recent Single, ‘Peachy’

Singer Songwriter, Patrick Gosling, released his latest single, ‘Peachy’, on the 13th of November. 310 more words

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Week 14 (16/11): Finding your niche

“Finding one’s niche” by FotoFloridian is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0

BY RUTH BERAN

It may sound counterintuitive but one way to succeed in journalism is to niche. 652 more words

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