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Music

Jon Bellion’s Unique Sound Shines in 'Glory Sound Prep'

Bellion’s self–produced album features 10 tracks that constantly shift in sound for an enjoyable 43 minutes.

by BEBE HODGES

Album Review: Don't Mess With EXO'S Tempo

K-pop group EXO drops new album

by SHUNMEL SYAU

Penn Sargam and Penn Sangam Explore Their Identities Through Music

The fusion ensemble and discussion-based organization collaborated over chai, samosas, and good tunes.  

by SRINIDHI RAMAKRISHNA

a deconstruction of thank u, next

Listened to thank u, next recently? Feel out of loop in the world of music pop culture? Have no fear! Here’s a detailed deconstruction of every line in Ariana Grande’s new hit song.

by SHRIYA BEESAM

Metro Boomin Stealthily Brings Out the Best of Today's Hottest Rappers With New Album

At just 25 years old, Metro Boomin lays down his first studio album.

by TERESA XIE

5 Artists I’d Like to See at Fling 2019

Street chooses some ideal performers for the concert next May.

by ARJUN SWAMINATHAN

An Interview with Local DIY Artist ARTHUR

His debut album will be out Friday, November 16. 

by HOLDEN CAPLAN

From Meme Icon to Rapper: Who Is Bhad Bhabie?

Danielle Bregoli, who said "cash me outside, how 'bout dah?" on Dr. Phil, is now a rapper. Here's what I think of her music.

by BEBE HODGES

Concert Review: Hoodie Allen Invents Forward–Thinking Nostalgia

The Penn Alum sailed through the crowd on an inflatable raft during his sold–out show on Nov. 7.

by BEATRICE FORMAN

Stop! Hoodie Time: Hoodie Allen Gives Business, Career, and Life Advice at Penn

Rapper Hoodie Allen (W ’10) shares his steps to success – along with several laughs – at Tuesday’s “The Business of Life Lecture.”

by BEBE HODGES

Six Steps to Successfully Buy a Guitar on a College Budget

How much is that Fender in the window?

by MELANNIE JAY

All–Female Supergroup boygenius's Debut is Unsurprisingly Genius

The new EP from this all–female supergroup sheds light on what it means to be a woman of indie rock today.

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

A Playlist to Nap To After Pulling an All–Nighter

Street brings you a selection of tracks to help you snooze.

by ARJUN SWAMINATHAN

The Top 5 TV Shows About Music

Street presents a roundup of musically–inclined shows you should be watching next.

by SRINIDHI RAMAKRISHNA

The Routes of Slavery: A Musical Memoir Made To Last

Representation of a community's resilience in the face of cruelty.

by JOSEPHINE CHENG

Concert Review: Billie Eilish Belongs to Teenaged Girls

Her sold–out Nov. 4 show at Union Transfer bathed the crowd in explosive emotion.

by JAMIE GOBRESKI

Is Anime the new Kung Fu in Hip Hop?

Looking at the history and parallels of references to Japanese animation and martial arts in hip hop music.

by ALEKSEI KURYLA

My Mother, Music, and Me

From the stack of vinyl records to the front of the pit, a shoutout for my favorite concert buddy.

by MELANNIE JAY

Khalid's 'Suncity:' A Love Letter to El Paso and his Fans

The seven–track release, out now, combines Khalid's old style with his newfound fame.

by BEBE HODGES

Ella Mai's "Ella Mai" Doesn't Do Her Talents Justice

Her debut album is fun, but mostly unexceptional.

by SRINIDHI RAMAKRISHNA

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