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Why The Alchemist is Better Than Your Favorite Producer

Why The Alchemist is Better Than Your Favorite Producer

February 18, 2024

Written by Xavier Serrano February 15, 2024, The Alchemist takes hip-hop by the throat one more time with his brilliant production as he solidifies himself as one of the greatest of all time. Alan...

The unfathomable magic mushroom

The unfathomable magic mushroom

February 6, 2024

Written By Xavier Serrano Many lay sickly and ill, both physically and mentally with doctors, psychologists, and other respected officials searching for solutions to improve the mental state of patients...

The Art of a Madman

The Art of a Madman

October 14, 2023

Written by Xavier Serrano   Look into the mind of an artist as you enter Josh Taylor, a local phenomenon that’s been leaving his mark from New York to Baltimore in a Q and A interview, on...

Larry Junes The Great Escape Has The Tunes of 2023

Larry June’s “The Great Escape” Has The Tunes of 2023

April 11, 2023

Written by Xavier Serrano The Great Escape takes the streets by storm as Larry June creates braggadocious bars and witty one liners with The Alchemist production to amplify his words. The sounds...

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Creative Corner Film Review: Resurrection

November 7, 2022

By Luis Crespo Created with the darkening senses of all things horror and psychological themed crime, Resurrection starring Rebecca Hall and Tim Roth is the film that keeps you on your toes and itching...

Season Two of Demon Slayer Brings Out Aesthetically Pleasing Visuals With an Expanding Storyline

Season Two of Demon Slayer Brings Out Aesthetically Pleasing Visuals With an Expanding Storyline

March 9, 2022

Yesenia L. Pineda From Koyoharu Gotogue and studio Ufotable, Demon Slayer Season Two: The Entertainment District completes its season with eleven episodes and jaw-dropping animation. With a new cast...

Black Movies That Center Joy

Black Movies That Center Joy

February 21, 2022

By Aisha Sowe February is Black History Month in the United States and Canada. This is an important time to acknowledge Black people, history, and culture. Even outside of the 28 (29 if leap year) days...

Netflixs Squid Game Tells a Story of Survival and the Realities of Capitalism

Netflix’s Squid Game Tells a Story of Survival and the Realities of Capitalism

October 8, 2021

By Aisha Sowe From K-pop sensations to emotionally hitting dramas, Korean media has taken the world by storm these past few years. Korean dramas in particular are far different from any western television...

2021s Candyman Brings Horror and Thrill While Discussing the Issue of Gentrification

2021’s Candyman Brings Horror and Thrill While Discussing the Issue of Gentrification

October 8, 2021

By Yesenia Pineda “Go on; say his name five times in the mirror and he appears,”  “Aye, we don’t mention that name here.”  2021 films are off to a kick with the release of Nia Dacosta’s...

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