In a world of luxury items, we are no strangers to high-end fashion brands intermingling with mass-market fashion. Hermès, once known for producing saddles, eventually made their way into the world with their bags. Louis Vuitton, the luggage empire, is now a leading face in fashion weeks everywhere. Tiffany, however, has stuck to jewelry.
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Your 2023 Grammy Awards Recap

For football fans, February 12 marks the Super Bowl. For music fans, February 5 marked their version of the Super Bowl: the 65th annual Grammy Awards. It’s a day where everyone comes together to celebrate their favorite artists…and brutally criticize the Recording Academy’s decisions.

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Yesterday was undeniably one of the biggest nights for music: the 2023 Grammy Music Awards.

From superstars like Taylor Swift, Lizzo, and Bad Bunny, to everyone’s favorite Brits including Adele and Harry Styles, the biggest names in the industry showed up and showed out! Yet it goes without saying that the night belonged to Beyoncé and her dance masterpiece, Renaissance.

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The Queen has returned!

Yes, you read that right. Beyoncé returned to the stage for the first time since her last headlining show in 2018. And, boy, did she deliver!

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2023 Grammy Nominations: Snubs and Surprises

Good thing Taylor Swift fans were too busy in the Ticketmaster death queue to riot over her snubs

Taylor Swift at the 58th GRAMMY Awards held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, USA on February 15, 2016.

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It is with an apprehensive and tired sigh that I announce: the 2023 Grammy nominations are out.

The Grammy Awards are music’s most exhilarating and disheartening night of the year. Year after year, we’re all forced to sit through hours of pomp and ceremony. At the end of it, stars are disappointed by losses and audiences are disappointed by the boring spectacle the show has become.

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New SZA Music | New Rihanna Music | Pop Divas Are Finally Back

Pop divas are back. And they’re going on tour.


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First, Beyonce released Renaissance. Then Taylor Swift dropped Midnights. We were still reeling from those two groundbreaking, life-changing albums when the impossible happened: Rihanna announced her new song, ‘Lift Me Up.’

That’s right. New Rihanna just dropped. And it’s stunning, of course.

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