Spring is the time for rejuvenation and growth – for both the earth and the music industry. As Bruins spend their time languidly basking in the sun, fresh-faced artists are waiting for a spot on their spring playlists.
Demi Lovato is baring the ugly truth in her most vulnerable record yet.
In her seventh studio album “Dancing With The Devil … The Art Of Starting Over,” Lovato details her struggle with drug addiction and her path to recovery.
Music’s biggest night is finally here.
After a two-month delay, the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards ceremony is premiering live Sunday. Though the ceremony will be held virtually this year, the new format can still foster fierce competition for the four coveted general field categories: Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best New Artist.
Paravi Das’ low timbre paves her ascent to prominence.
The second-year theater student officially released her version of Frank Ocean’s “Godspeed” on Jan. 22 to various streaming platforms after seeing the cover’s success on TikTok.
With her vulnerability on full display, Cameron Mouton passes the pen along to her readers and encourages them to write their own narrative.
The third-year American literature and culture student minoring in African American studies is self-publishing her new poetry and prose collection, “Mixed,” on Saturday, in which she recounts her experiences with racism and sexual assault.
Samuel Donner uses a microphone to bridge the gap between aspiring and established entrepreneurs.
The alumnus released the “Finding Founders” podcast in March 2019 as he was approaching the end of his last winter quarter at UCLA.
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