She enlightened that the song consist of important reality of breaking up and moving on with life; does not mean she broke up with her husband right? She wants you to think in that naïve approach. The album titled “Katy Perry: Part of Me” clearly symbolizes her songs have significance to her. Why would Katy Perry want the public to believe her husband gave significance to the song if she gotten over him a while ago? According to Drfunkenberry.com (2013), the answer to that question resides in hiding the notion of how she went forth with “the Illuminati” and broke free from this conspiracy hold.
Young adult literature such as The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas, emphasizes teenagers using both their actions and their voices to overcome injustices such as racial inequality and police brutality. Racial inequality and police brutality is discussed greatly throughout The Hate U Give, due to the difficulties the protagonist, Starr Carter, endures when her best friend, Khalil, is killed because of him being African American and situated in an unsafe neighborhood. Starr embraces an inner conflict with herself in regards to speaking up and taking action against the presented injustices she constantly faces. The author, Laura M. Robinson, of Girlness and Guyness: Gender Trouble in Young Adult Literature thoroughly explains why adolescents are
In the book I’d Tell You I Love You, But Then I’d Have To Kill You, the author, Ally Carter, made some interesting female protagonists. One of them is named Cameron Morgan. She is a student at The Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women (a school for spies, basically). In school, she’s a girl that doesn’t get noticed quite easily, giving her the nickname Cammie the Chameleon, which is a good thing, while on a mission at least. If you ask me, Cammie seems like an amazing character because, in my opinion, she keeps most of abilities inside instead of showing them to their true potential, which I can somewhat relate to.
Gwen Stefani and bandmate Tony Kanal began dating soon after Stefani joined No Doubt,: she stated that she was heavily invested in that relationship. Gwen Stefani's relationship with Kanal ended. Their break-up inspired Stefani from the core, and many of Tragic Kingdom's songs, such as "Don't Speak", "Sunday Morning", and "Hey You!", chronicle the ups and downs of their relationship.
Macklemore (Ben Haggerty), Ryan Lewis, and Mary Lambert wrote this song together. It is a part of a partnership with the Music for Marriage Equality campaign. It drives home topics about hetero and homosexuality, and overall acceptance. Listening to this song made me realize that I, myself, have common views with the three talents that put it together. Same feelings on Christianity, marriage equality, and life basically.
Carrie Underwood has now sign, sealed and delivered her best album to date. With an ample 10 year musical career under her belt, she has once again succeeded in innovating her characteristic sound. Though the country crooner is best known for her far-reaching high notes, she has taken a more eclectic approach to her latest album "Storyteller". Underwood captures the new country mood, reminiscent of Sam Hunt's "Montevallo", by adding Zach Crowell and Jay Joyce to her production team. With tender songs like "What I Never Knew I Always Wanted" and punch-to-the-gut tunes like "Dirty Laundry" there is a wide range of country tunes fans can start dancing to. My favorite track, thus far, is "Heartbeat" a sweet love song with an alternative thump
Previously, JobsNHire reported that Stefani had been busy in the studio with music producer J.R. Rotem. The music producer revealed to Time that Stefani was going through “a lot.” “What she’s going through right now. It’s not like she’s in this very stable, boring place in her life—it was the most turbulent time!” exclaims Rotem.
The Grammys, a prestigious music awards show, broadcasted on NBC on February 15, 2016. This year, the red carpet was filled with the latest bold trends, baby bumps, and major hair changes. Once all the stars entered the Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles, Taylor Swift started off the event with a wild performance of songs from her latest album “1989.” Later, she won “Album of the Year,” and “Best Pop Vocal Album” for the album. Lady Gaga performed a tribute to David Bowie. Adele performed a song from her recently released album, and was faced with some technical difficulties that threw off the singer during her performance. Ed Sheeran, currently on hiatus after completing a world tour, won “Song of the Year” and “Best Pop Solo Performance” for his hit “Thinking Out Loud.”
"That's my jam. I love that one. That's my favorite. I bring the babies there, but clearly it's for me. 'Let's do it one more time! The babies want to go!' I'm so excited, like, 'Let's do it!'" Fallon said. "I'm crying. They're singing in different languages. I'm like, 'Oh, my God!'"
“It is, actually, yeah. I will admit that that song is about that guy. ... What's so crazy is that sometimes tragedy — if you really absorb it, you can turn it into something beautiful,” Stefani told Kimmel in an interview. “This whole album is about trying to take something awful and, just, I don't know, healing from it and then
There are a lot of similarities between Beyoncé and Christina Aguilera’s song. The first similarity is that they both have to do with things that teenagers go through such as finding their identity, changing who they are because of other people, and many more. I believe they did this theme because maybe they went through it as a teenager or had someone close to them who went through it. The second similarity is that they have the
Scars to your beautiful, by Alessia Cara, says that we’re good enough just the way we are, and outer beauty is not the only beauty that matters. Women experience a lot of pressure to make themselves look appealing, but this song says that we should love and appreciate ourselves no matter what. We have to perceive that there are diverse types of beauty in the world, and not just the beauty of our outer appearance. “And you don't have to change a thing/ The world could change its heart” is a line from the poem that asserts that you’re perfect just the way you are, and you don’t have to change yourself just to fit in with everyone.
Onika Tanya Maraj, better known as Nicki Minaj, created a song called “The Crying Game” to tell a significant part of her life. She’s been in a relationship with safaree Daniels for 10+ years and they ended their relationship shorthanded because of her long time heart break. Once Minaj became famous she started to realize that the man she knew treated her differently and started to become distance. Minaj uses the singer, Jessie Ware, to create a smooth transition to the climax of the song to let the people know the song makes her miserable. Nicki Minaj is known for her use of rhymes, significant bars and hyperbole.