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Experience the genius of Kid Cudis latest album, INSANO: NITRO MEGA, as it takes listeners on a journey of nostalgia and innovation. A blend of spacey sounds, electrifying collaborations, and mind-melting production awaits

Review: Kid Cudi’s “INSANO: NITRO MEGA” from a biased Cudi fan

Aydan Stigler, Staff Writer
April 10, 2024

 Kid Cudi's latest album “Insano: Nitro Mega,” released as a follow-up to “Insano,” showcases a significant step forward in quality and creativity, eclipsing everything from his last project.   “Human Made,” the first song on the deluxe, immediately sets the...

The album was released on March 29, 2024.

Review: “Cowboy Carter”: Beyoncé’s Defiant Journey into Country Music

Jazlyn Summers, Staff Writer
April 10, 2024

  “COWBOY CARTER” is a beautifully written, well-thought-out work of art containing a message directly from the core of Beyonce’s southern heart.    As the second act to her summer smash “RENAISSANCE,” this album had some big boots to fill– and it did not...

The show has brought back an old fanbase as well as bringing in new fans.

Review: X-Men’s Explosive Comeback

Troi Buford, Staff Writer
April 9, 2024

  “X-Men ‘97’s” incredible return to the television screen has caught many people off guard.    Most people have lost faith in Disney’s ability to make quality TV shows after a series of financial and critical flops. After shows like “Echo” and “Secret...

A student listens to the album.

Spacey Kacey is Earthbound and Grounded

Alexandrea Erisman, Staff Writer
April 3, 2024

In her sixth studio album released on March 15, Kacey Musgraves reflects on her Southern roots and idyllic themes of nature while she navigates a fresh break-up.    The promotions and performances leading up to and after the release have featured barefoot Musgraves walking...

The movie aired on Feb. 14, 2024

Review: Madame Snooze

Manuel Rivera, Staff Writer
March 14, 2024

Marvel and Sony’s latest spider-verse movie takes a swing at a new approach but misses the mark massively with “Madame Web.”   Dakota Johnson leads a predominantly female cast in a messy and confusing plot that can’t decide which spider-man universe it’s a part...

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