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Ranking 5 Seconds of Summer Albums


Ranking 5 Seconds of Summer Albums

By Grace Bennett 5 Seconds of Summer has been making music since their first EP came out in 2012. They have continued to make music and tour throughout most of the nine years, with the exception of their small break from 2015 to 2018. The break was much needed and they came out of it […]

REVIEW: Caesar shows a sense of vulnerability in ‘Freudian’ album


REVIEW: Caesar shows a sense of vulnerability in ‘Freudian’ album

By Aubrey de Guzman Freudian, the 2017 album released by Daniel Caesar was mellow, gentle, and soft. This ten-track anthology was worth the listen. There were traces of religion found within songs such as “We Find Love.” Gospel instrumentation was heard in the tracks. Daniel Caesar did a great way of incorporating the religious side […]

Top five artists to listen to this summer


Top five artists to listen to this summer

By Aubrey de Guzman It can be a struggle skipping through song after song trying to find the best music to listen to with so many artist options. Below are the top five artists to listen to as we go into the summer of 2021.    Ariana Grande With one of Ariana Grande’s top songs […]

Blackpink’s ‘The Album’ breaks down language barriers to reach all age groups


Blackpink’s ‘The Album’ breaks down language barriers to reach all age groups

by Gabi Pucher The music scene has been shaken with the drop of Blackpink’s new work titled The Album. It was officially released on Oct. 2, 2021. Some of the songs featured top American artists such as Selena Gomez and Cardi B. If you are looking to be hyped up and wanting to dance The […]

Top 20 artists BHS students are listening to


Top 20 artists BHS students are listening to

By Grace Bennett Have you ever wondered what other people are listening to? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Here are the top 20 artists that BHS students are listening to: 1. Taylor Swift – 16 percent 2. Harry Styles – 14 percent 3. Juice Wrld – 12 percent 4. Lil Peep – 12 […]

REVIEW: Eilish’s album a hit


By Nayeli Sanchez Billie Eilish is an 18-year-old artist that is luckily able to work with her brother Finneas O’Connell. They both build off each other for ideas and with those ideas, they made the album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? Billie began her career in Los Angeles California with Finneas […]

REVIEW: G-Eazy’s “The Beautiful and Damned”


REVIEW: G-Eazy’s “The Beautiful and Damned”

By Isabella Mikula G-Eazy’s newest album The Beautiful and Damned is worth listening to. He raps about where he first started and the struggles he went through to. Then he goes on to how he’s moved on to become better than he was when he first started. Gerald Earl Gillum, formally known as “G-Eazy” or […]

Top 10 Songs of 2018


Top 10 Songs of 2018

By Marissa Mirallegro 2018, so far, has been a great year for the music industry. To break it down just a bit, here are the top songs of 2018 so far.   “God’s Plan”-Drake “God’s Plan” by Drake debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 on February 3 and stayed on top for […]

Nicki Minaj vs. Cardi B


Nicki Minaj vs. Cardi B

By Ben Barranco Female rappers have always been seen and rated behind male rappers. Some of the first popular female rappers in the game came around in the 90s with artists such as Missy Elliot, Foxy Brown, and Lil’ Kim, who would all help set the stage for future female rappers. Today there are mainly […]

Batavia Marching Band’s “Connect” is in the books


Batavia Marching Band’s “Connect” is in the books

The city of Batavia sings with all different kinds of positive energy. There’s one source of energy that the people in Batavia do not know about, their high school marching band. Under the direction of Chris Owen and Brian VanKley, the band has produced a show this year called “Connect.” The band directors work with […]