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Grammy Awards nominations were announced on Nov. 23.

Grammy nominations: Jon Batiste dominates, Miley Cyrus and other hitmakers snubbed

Emily Beatty, Staff Writer December 7, 2021

The Recording Academy announced the nominations for the 64th Grammy Awards on Nov. 23, with the show scheduled to take place at the end of January 2022.  Leading the pack, Jon Batiste received 11 nominations,...

Wrap up fall with your favorite artists

Wrap up fall with your favorite artists

Emily Beatty, Staff Writer December 7, 2021

December is officially here, meaning the Queen of Christmas (aka Mariah Carey) has finally defrosted and the holidays are quickly approaching. In one final Wrapped for the year, let’s take a look at...

Taylor Swift singing at the premiere of All Too Well: The Short Film on Nov. 12 in New York City to celebrate the release of Red (Taylors Version).

Getting back together with Taylor Swift’s ‘Red’

Emily Beatty, Staff Writer November 16, 2021

Taylor Swift has done it again. The pop star finally released her long-anticipated re-recording of “Red” on Friday and casual listeners, critics and die-hard fans alike have not been disappointed.  The...

Rampage at PAOs Americas Next Top Murder dinner theatre.

Rampage combines song and dance for theatrical performances

Sarah Lukowski, Arts Editor November 9, 2021

Suffolk University’s show choir group, Rampage, is singing and dancing their way into everyone’s hearts on campus as they make their return to in-person shows. Rampage, the only collegiate show...

October wrapped: Spooky scary singles and albums

October wrapped: Spooky scary singles and albums

Emily Beatty, Staff Writer November 2, 2021

TW: drugs, overdose, death Halloween is over and the holiday season is quickly approaching. For those who like to celebrate early, break out the Mariah Carey and get into the Christmas spirit as the...

Harry Styles brought his Love On Tour concert to Boston on Oct. 25.

Harry Styles dazzles fans at TD Garden

Lydia Brown, Journal Contributor November 2, 2021

People of all ages lined up outside of TD Garden for hours, and even days, prior to the night of the highly anticipated Harry Styles Love On Tour concert on Oct. 25.  Many braved the cold, wet weather...

Jasmine Mohit, a sophomore at Suffolk, has been writing and performing her own raps since 2019.

Jasmine Mohit: Student by day, rapper by night

Emily Collins, Journal Contributor October 19, 2021

Jasmine Mohit is a Suffolk University sophomore, criminal justice and history double major, statehouse intern and songwriter. Mohit has released “Losing My Mind,” on Spotify, SoundCloud and Apple...

Back to school, back to music: September 2021 wrapped

Back to school, back to music: September 2021 wrapped

Emily Beatty, Staff Writer October 5, 2021

Summer is over and fall is here, happy October and welcome back Rams! With cooler weather and spooky season creeping in, grab a mug of hot apple cider and take some time to listen to the best new releases...

Disconnect will be released on May 1.

Suffolk student makes album from dorm room

James Bartlett, Politics Editor April 27, 2021

Most people associate dorm rooms with cramped conditions, bad roommates and mini-fridges. But Suffolk first-year Tyler Eld will associate his Miller Hall dorm room with his band's first album. Chaotic...

The 13-member Brockhampton collective released their new album Roadrunner: New Light, New Machine on April 9.

Brockhampton’s new album is perfect for summer

Emily Beatty, Staff Writer April 27, 2021

Brockhampton released their much-anticipated sixth album, “Roadrunner: New Light, New Machine,” April 9. The album, which runs at 47 minutes and has 13 tracks, shows off each of the 13 members' voices...

Taylor Swift performing at the 2012 Speak Now Tour in Sydney. She released the re-recording of her second album Fearless on April 9.

‘Fearless (Taylor’s Version)’ is a magical blast from the past

Grace MacDonald, Staff Writer April 13, 2021

On April 9, Taylor Swift released “Fearless (Taylor’s Version),” the first of six albums that she plans to re-record as a way to fully claim the rights of her older music. From the opening notes...

March wrapped: The best new releases of March 2021

March wrapped: The best new releases of March 2021

Emily Beatty, Journal Contributer April 6, 2021

Happy April and happy spring my lovelies! A new month means tons of new music, and March had a good number of popular drops. Pop is always a big category, but R&B and up-and-coming indie and lo-fi...

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