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5 Tracks That Inspired UPSAHL

The new single "Into My Body" is out now

Video and Photography by Jordan Edwards

UPSAHL just released her latest single "Into My Body," along with a music video. The energizing dance pop track celebrates being comfortable with yourself and your body. It will appear on the upcoming EP Sagittarius, due out Dec. 9.

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TikTok has to be the most influential app on our phones right now. It can sell a product out in seconds, ruin someone’s reputation, or send the lucky few into superstardom. Had their music not gone viral on the app, artists like Megan Thee Stallion and Doja Cat may never have been revealed to us.

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Bread & Butter, the new single by Alex Kinsey & iLana Armida is out now

Bread & Butter, the new single by Alex Kinsey and iLana Armida, is all about good vibes. The beat is lighthearted and whimsical, the lyrics sexy and nostalgic. It gives the feel that two people had a ton of fun making this track…and they did.
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CULTURE

Biggest Winners at the 2022 Grammys

A recap of the night and a reminder of what all this pomp and circumstance is truly all about

“Wait … it’s the Grammys?”

When the Grammys’ sultry red carpet unfurled, this seemed to be social media’s overwhelming question. I mean what a shocking surprise. And indeed, it seems that the award show is getting less and less relevant each year.

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Ellen in her apology video

Proverbial "cancel culture" is not new, but it reached its zenith in 2020.

Everything was fodder for canceling and nobody was safe. People had the time to comb through old tweets and Instagram posts, while new content was prolific from every celebrity whose projects and vacations were paused.

From irresponsible pandemic comments and behavior to more serious unearthings of racism, 2020's cancellations ran a wide range when it came to who and why.

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The VMAs Were a Tribute to Chadwick Boseman

Hosted by Keke Palmer, the 2020 VMAs featured many highlights—a Lady Gaga's masks, Miley Cyrus's wrecking ball, and the Black Eyed Peas' UFO, to name a few. But Chadwick Boseman was an overarching presence.

Keke Palmer and Chadwick Boseman

The 2020 VMAs were different from the start.

At the very beginning of the show, host Keke Palmer told viewers that the night was dedicated to Chaswick Boseman, who died on Friday after a private fight with colon cancer.

"Before we get into the music tonight, we need to take the time to talk about the devastating loss of Chadwick Boseman, an actor whose talent and passion were a true inspiration to all the fans he touched, and everyone he encountered," Palmer said. "We dedicate this show to a man whose spirit touched so many. He's a true hero – not just on screen, but in everything he did. His impact lives forever."

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