Artist of the Week: The 1975

So even though this band has been a ground for the past 10 years and they also happen to be British, it only makes sense that I just found out about them last week, and let me just say, I have no idea how I have lived my life without them. Now, I like a…

Artist of the Week: Justin Timberlake

So for the past week now I’ve been listening to the Principal of Pop’s 2nd part of The 20/20 Experience and it’s only right that as I’m listening and going weak at the knees from his silky voice to blog about it. It’s no secret that JT is one of my favorite artists and the…

Writer of the Week: J.K. Rowling

Now even though Harry Potter is my life and the world we be so much better if it were the Wizarding World, I’m not here to talk about magic. I’m here to talk about life and the trials and tribulations…blah blah blah…that comes along with living. So I’ve finally gotten around to reading Rowling’s first…

Artist(s) of the Week: Corey Gray and Jake Coco

So since this video came out this very day, I thought it only right to blog about it. Royals by Lorde is one of my favorite songs. Admittedly, it took me a while to get into it and then one day the genius of it just took me like a slap in the face. From…

Writer of the Week: M.K. Asante

So since technically it’s Sunday, it’s a new week and of course time to mention another writer. As of this moment, I’m reading the memoir, Buck, by M.K. Asante. I first came across Asante last year when he came to speak at the annual retreat that my college scholarship program, PEOPLE, puts on every year….

Writer of the Week: John Green

So since I finished The Maze Runner Trilogy a few days ago (which I loved by the way. It ended in a very spectacularly intriguing and surprising way), it’s now time to mention another author: John Green. So I’m now on to reading my 2nd John Green novel, Looking for Alaska (The Fault in our…

Writer of the Week: James Dashner

This week I’m reading The Scorch Trials by James Dashner. It’s the 2nd book in The Maze Runner trilogy. It’s a very interesting book and so far I’m liking it more than first one. That could also be because it’s always much nicer to already be in the middle of the story and not have…