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[ALBUM REVIEW] Yung Gravy brings the heat with new album Gasanova

Yung Gravy possess to promote his album, Gasanova, on his official Instagram account, @yunggravy
October 19, 2020

Minnesota born rapper, Yung Gravy’s new album is full of energy, exciting features and retro songs and beats. Although the full album was released on Oct. 2, Yung Gravy previewed two songs, “yup!”...

[Where I Stand] Not afraid of monsters: popular Monster Energy flavors ranked

Monster Energy website, original monster, pacific punch, mango loco, pipeline punch, and zero ultra.
October 3, 2020
Today I drank five different flavors of Monster Energy and filled out a detailed table on their qualities.

[TV REVIEW] Revisit childhood nostalgia watching Avatar: The Last Airbender

Go back to watch this show with nostalgia for youthful summer mornings. Avatar: The Last Airbender does not disappoint.
June 3, 2020
The three seasons (or books) of Avatar: The Last Airbender is currently streaming on Netflix.

[TRACK BREAKDOWN] The 1975 push boundaries, finding a mixture of hits and misses

The 1975 released their fourth album, Notes On A Conditional Form, on May 22nd.
May 22, 2020
Notes On A Conditional Form is an impressive amalgamation of different genres and styles for the 1975.

[MOVIE REVIEW] How to Build a Girl reminds audiences to rock their authentic self

Beanie Feldstein stars in this delightful coming of age story.
The movie switches from funny and ridiculous to heartbreaking and sincere in an instant.
May 22, 2020
Based on the book by Caitlin Moran, How to Build a Girl is an extraordinarily fun and heartfelt coming of age story.

[GAME REVIEW] Animal Crossing: New Horizons is the perfect release amid COVID-19

Animal Crossing is stress-reducing and what everyone could be using during COVID-19 to safely social distance.
May 15, 2020
Nothing is urgent in Animal Crossing; everything can be taken slowly and anything can be put off indefinitely.

[REVIEW] Tune in while John Krasinski shares Some Good News

John Krasinski set up his Youtube Channel, Some Good News, in his house, featuring his homemade SGN sign.
April 28, 2020
John Krasinski, a well known actor and director, started Some Good News on YouTube with the intention to spread positive messages to the world during this time of negative news.

[TV REVIEW] Back-stabbing and tigers and murder (oh my)

Joe Exotic is the owner of the GW Zoo, home to many big cats, in Oklahoma. The documentary follows his never-ending quarrel with Carole Baskins and the law
April 15, 2020
Crazy, intriguing, and bizzarre. Netflix's Tiger King has everything from murder to music videos.

[TV REVIEW] Derry Girls finds comedy in conflict

Jackson, Harland, Coughlan, O’Donnell, and Llewellyn completely immersed themselves into 1990s Derry style and mindset, mixing the fear of the time with self-centered angsty teen hormones.
March 9, 2020
The show written by Lisa McGee follows a pack of four teens on a journey of friendship and self-discovery in 1990s Ireland.

[MOVIE REVIEW] Just Mercy might change opinions about criminal justice

The film show history with some accuracy, using archive photos from the trial (left) to capture the spirit of real interactions in the film (right)
March 4, 2020
Facing racial discrimination at every turn, Stevenson is convinced of Walter McMillian’s innocence and is determined to get his death sentence overturned.

[MOVIE REVIEW] 1917 Shows True Struggles and Challenges Faced in WW1

The two men, Lance Cpl. Blake and Schofield, trudge through enemy lines to accomplish their mission
March 1, 2020
1917 fights at the heart of the viewer through the great directing, making it one of the best war movies ever.

[ALBUM REVIEW] Louis Tomlinson releases first solo album “Walls”

[ALBUM REVIEW] Louis Tomlinson releases first solo album
February 28, 2020
Tomlinson is the final member of One Direction to release solo music, so this new album is Tomlinson’s first step in the right direction. 
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