When I was younger, around 2004 or so, Mom discovered the men of Il Divo. I mean, the music was okay, but I didn’t care for it much because it’s mostly opera singing, and they were singing in languages I didn’t understand. BORING. However, I have since changed my mind. Advertisements
Listening to Diego Torres on iHeartRadio this weekend led me to a Spanish-music-buying binge, where I bought a few more of his songs and bought the rest of Shakira’s new album, “El Dorado”.
On Friday, my favorite person dropped a new single. Those who have read my other posts probably know I’m talking about Rachel Platten. I’ve had it on repeat since she dropped it. Today, she performed it on Good Morning America (GMA): https://youtu.be/xYaA4RAv_s8
Oh, I think that I found myself a cheerleader, she is always right there when I need her.
Back in April, we had Camptown at my school. Well, part of it, anyway. They had to reschedule all the games and rides because it was raining cats and dogs outside. But the Sage the Gemini Concert was still a go. They moved it to the gym because it was still raining. I got myself […]
Towards the end of the semester in my Introduction to International Film class, we watched Slumdog Millionaire. I was excited to see it because I remembered one of the songs, Jai Ho. I was too young to see the movie when it first came out, but they used the song in a promo for the soap […]
On Monday, I was listening to music on my way to a party (I actually got invited to one for once), and I happened to come across something new by Rachel Platten. It’s not exactly new; she dropped it last year. I noticed it, but I didn’t touch it because I was still using the […]
Two years ago, at the beginning of my sophomore year in college, I had a panic attack that lasted for days, although I didn’t know what to call it at the time. I thought it was just my nerves. It got so bad that when my mom came up to visit me, I didn’t want […]
If there’s one thing Ed Sheeran is good for – besides being a generally amazing musician and human being, of course – it’s reminding me what I want in life. From what I’ve heard of his new album, Divide, I love it. But “Barcelona” really strikes a cord. I’ve always enjoyed Spanish. In fact, it […]