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Entertainment’s weekly spin with Trippie Redd, Hayley Williams and more

Entertainment’s weekly spin with Trippie Redd, Hayley Williams and more

Amherst Wire Staff

February 4, 2020

With more music being released than ever before, Amherst Wire’s Entertainment team keeps you posted with some of their favorite tracks of the week.

(Fake) Blonde Moment: The 2020 Grammy Awards, Justin Bieber and celebrity break ups

(Fake) Blonde Moment: The 2020 Grammy Awards, Justin Bieber and celebrity break ups

Grace Sherwood and Chad Douty

January 30, 2020

Chad and Grace are back for more shenanigans! In the first episode of the semester, they discuss the 2020 Grammy Awards, Justin Bieber’s (questionable) new music, celebrity heartbreaks, hookups and also give some coveted advice in a new segment.

The Good, The Bad and the Heartbreaking of the Grammys 2020

The Good, The Bad and the Heartbreaking of the Grammys 2020

Astghik Dion, Entertainment and Photo Editor

January 29, 2020

With the duration of the show lasting over three hours, it is difficult to highlight every moment that moved, shocked, disgusted or entranced the audience. Yet, there were certainly seven moments that stood out from the rest - whether that be in a positive, or negative way. 

“The Circle” takes catfishing to a whole new level

“The Circle” takes catfishing to a whole new level

Brianna Silva, Managing Editor

January 28, 2020

For a show that prided itself as shocking and unique, it certainly delivered. “The Circle” has distinguished itself as something beyond a reality TV show, it’s an experience to grow as a human.

Mac Miller’s “Circles” is a melancholy masterpiece

Mac Miller’s “Circles” is a melancholy masterpiece

Shane Guilfoyle, Entertainment Editor

January 28, 2020

In comparison to today’s overall sound, “Circles” is more so comprised of symphonies, rather than slappers. Most people imagine Miller as a rapper, but “Circles” maintained a unique sound, placing the work somewhere beyond hip-hop.

Halsey’s new album, “Manic,” is masterfully chaotic

Halsey’s new album, “Manic,” is masterfully chaotic

Nasya Blackshear, Contributor

January 27, 2020

Halsey's new album bleeds vulnerability as she redefines the context of mania.

Judging Books By Their Covers: “Milk and Honey,” remains a poetic masterpiece

Judging Books By Their Covers: “Milk and Honey,” remains a poetic masterpiece

Joanna Buoniconti, Copy Editor

January 27, 2020

This week's book review summarizes the artistic journey of Rupi Kaur's self-published debut poetry collection, "Milk and Honey."

808s and Ankle Breaks: Roddy Ricch and NBA all-stars

808s and Ankle Breaks: Roddy Ricch and NBA all-stars

Jonathan Kermah and Trevor Wilson

January 27, 2020

Back from break, co-hosts Jonathan Kermah and Trevor Wilson talk about Roddy Ricch sending the pop world into a frenzy (19:35) and discuss which players we believe will end up as all-stars.

Hip-Hop MVPs of the decade: 2018 and 2019

Hip-Hop MVPs of the decade: 2018 and 2019

Jonathan Kermah, Co-editor in Chief

December 31, 2019

J. Cole and the expansion of hip-hop to close the decade.

The best pop culture moment from every year throughout the decade

The best pop culture moment from every year throughout the decade

Chloe Lindahl, Writer

December 23, 2019

Whether they be good or bad, these events helped shape the decade’s history. Without further ado, here are the biggest moments from the 2010s.

Hip-Hop MVPs of the decade: 2014 and 2015

Hip-Hop MVPs of the decade: 2014 and 2015

Jonathan Kermah, Co-editor in Chief

December 20, 2019

Today's article highlights Future and Earl Sweatshirt's contributions to this decade in hip-hop.

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