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Ariana Grande continues to shine with new music video

Ariana Grande continues to shine with new music video

Carly Kaplowitz '21

February 18, 2019


Filed under Arts

After Ariana Grande’s highly anticipated album “thank u, next” dropped, she continued to deliver great content with a new music video to the album’s final track, “break up with your girlfriend, i’m bored.” Released on Feb. 8, the music video immediately reached #1 on YouTube trending wi...

“Thank u, next” music video stuns viewers

“Thank u, next” music video stuns viewers

Ali Korn ’21

December 13, 2018


Filed under Arts, Music

Ariana Grande released a music video for her song “thank u, next”, which is the artist’s first number one single. Around 830,000 viewers watched the video’s live release on YouTube on Nov. 30 at 3:00pm. The video reached over 47 million views in just 24 hours, breaking YouTube’s record, previously...

Taylor Swift’s ‘Gorgeous’ succeeds in merging past styles and new themes

Taylor Swift’s ‘Gorgeous’ succeeds in merging past styles and new themes

November 3, 2017


Filed under Arts, Music

By Audrey Bernstein ’20 When Taylor Swift announced a new album after a two year absence from the public eye in August, the media was thrown into a frenzy, attempting to predict her new sound. As an avid fan, I was overwhelmed with curiosity. The most controversial woman in pop culture has now returned, and she has done so with a new and...

Review: 'Born This Way' Marks Gaga As Genuine Artist

Review: 'Born This Way' Marks Gaga As Genuine Artist

May 27, 2011


Filed under Arts

Lady Gaga’s second full-length studio album, “Born This Way,” dropped on May 23, and in the words of blogger Perez Hilton, “It’s the record that is going to break all the records in music history.” Sure enough, “Born This Way” reached No. 1 on the iTunes Top Album Chart in America l...

Small Actions with Big Consequences: Downloading Music Illegally

Small Actions with Big Consequences: Downloading Music Illegally

December 20, 2010


Filed under Features

Image via Wikipedia With CDs out of date, and iTunes becoming pricey, students turn to downloading music illegally off the Internet. It may not seem like a big deal, but there can be severe consequences from downloading music illegally. “It’s easier to think that I won’t be the one to be caught,” said a source who was granted anonymity due to the illegalit...

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