Associate arts editor Kaylie Ramirez discusses Lizzy Goodman’s ‘Meet Me in the Bathroom,’ the evolution of rock music since the early 2000s, and the prospect of a resurgence of the genre in her latest column.
Sonic Waves to Surf Through the Hot Summer
Heights editors preview the summer music scene, including expected albums from Arctic Monkeys, Kanye West, Dierks Bentley, The 1975, and BROCKHAMPTON.
Kanye West, Steven Tyler, and Celebrating Creativity Exhibit This Weekend in the Arts
See De Niro in the biographical boxing thriller ‘Hands of Stone,’ help Kanye’s ego grow during Saint Pablo tour, and marvel at the fruits of creativity at the O’Neill Celebrating Creativity exhibit this weekend in the arts.
Nicki Minaj and Old-School Kanye: The Soundtrack to My Stride
Even on the busiest days, music has the power to improve anyone’s mood. My morning commute to class is made better with a soundtrack of old-school rap.
‘Who is Pablo?’
In this Thursday’s edition of ‘Voices from the Dustbowl,’ inspired by Kanye West, we asked students, ‘Who is Pablo?’
Kanye & the Covenant: How Kanye West’s Music Helped Win a War
With Kanye’s newest album release last week, I took some time to reflect on how I came across Kanye West and what has changed with his music since then.
Praise Yeezus: Kanye West’s Cultural Movement With ‘The Life of Pablo’
Kanye isn’t the same rapper who debuted 12 years ago. Continuing to grow in style and sound, Kanye’s latest album is foremost an artistic work.
‘Piss On Your Grave’ And R.I.P. Old Kanye
The collaboration is somehow flashy and abrasive, but that’s not the problem. Kanye West has moved fully into aesthetics and left substance behind.
Kanye West Angers Fashion Industry’s Elite With ‘Yeezy II’ Show
Kanye West’s presented the second installment to his ‘Kanye West x Adidas’ Yeezy collection in a surprise NYFW show.
Mumford & Sons Departs From Old Sound And More Singles This Week
Mumford joins Kanye West and Snoop Dog for a batch of high profile releases.