Review: H&M Miami
BY RACHEL HAAS Thousands of restless shoppers camped out and lined Lincoln Road to be the first ones to have an H&M shopping experience. To manage the crowd the streets were roped off as people anxiously awaited the Grand Opening of H&M Miami. With free give-a-ways and a special... Read more
Review: Miguel – Kaleidoscope Dream
BY DANIELLA ASPURU R&B singer Miguel recently released his 2nd album Kaleidoscope Dream on October 2nd.  Being raised in California to a Latino father and African American mother, they gave him the passion for music, while Michael Jackson’s career and dancing techniques made him want to further his career.  By the age of 17... Read more
Review: G.O.O.D. Music – Cruel Summer
BY ANDREW MORALES Rap legend Kanye West is known for creating amazing, iconic songs that everybody knows and loves. His impressive album history includes Graduation, College Dropout, and My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. West just released his new masterpiece, The G.O.O.D. Music Album Cruel Summer.  This new album is possibly West’s greatest project yet; in addition... Read more
Review: Taylor Swift – Red
BY AMANDA MARCOTTE All-American singer and songwriter Taylor Swift finally dropped a new album Red.  On Red, Taylor expresses herself with catchy tunes and opens up to the techno and pop world to expand her audience. Red introduces a new kick to Taylor Swift’s music. In the song “I Knew... Read more
Review: Million Dollar Quartet At The Broward Center
BY SARAH SHARPE Million Dollar Quartet kicked off the Fort Lauderdale Broadway Across America series this week, rocking the Broward Center for the Performing Arts on opening night, Tuesday, November 6th. The show is about the unlikely union of rock and roll legends Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis Presley, Carl... Read more
Review: Lupe Fiasco – Food & Liquor II: Great American Album Part 1
BY SABRINA VICTOR Since starting his career Lupe Fiasco has been known for speaking out about record label pressures & making bold political statements. He was an early & vocal advocate of Occupy Wall Street and performed on BET wearing a Palestinian Flag, calling the President “the biggest terrorist”... Read more
Review: Lil Wayne – Dedication 4
BY SABRINA VICTOR Lil Wayne (Dwayne M. Carter, Jr.) is one of rap’s most influential artists. On Wayne’s new mixtape, Dedication 4, he raps with aggressive intensity and great flow, using his brilliant rhyming techniques to create his best work since Tha Carter IV. On every track of Dedication... Read more
Review: Fiona Apple – The Idler Wheel…
BY JACK BRADY After years of what some might call self-imposed exile, cult singer/songwriter Fiona Apple has returned with new album The Idler Wheel is Wiser Than the Driver of the Screw, and Whipping Cords Will Serve You More Than Ropes Will Ever Do; which is truly the re-emergence... Read more
Review: Metric – Synthetica
BY JEREMY HAAS To name an album the best of anything, whether it’s of the year, the month, or the season is an honor, to say the least.  It has to be able to entertain, and at the same time truly reach a listener, while still standing out above... Read more
Review: Kinetics & One Love – You Are Not Alone
BY ALEX BARNARD You Are Not Alone is the second album from New York based hip hop group Kinetics & One Love. While attending Cornell University, Jeremy “Kinetics” Dussolliet and Tim “One Love” Sommers formed the group.  Since then they have been writing for several rappers such as Eminem,... Read more