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Should chief executives of big Tech Firms in the U.S. be fit to act as judge and jury on free speech?

Liberal – Birju Dhaduk Following the insurrection at the United States Capitol Building, various big tech companies, most notably Twitter, have banned former President Donald J. Trump and Trump related content. This has caused disagreement about whether or not companies should be able to censor what information they allow on their platforms. Some have stated that such censorship is an...

Review of Bryson Tiller’s New Album, Anniversary

Bryson Tiller is a Kentucky-born R&B singer, songwriter and rapper. His career began in 2011 with the release of his first mixtape “Killer Instinct Vol. 1,” which earned him reasonable recognition from the general public and early approval from artists like Timbaland and Drake. Tiller’s prompt rise to fame began with the release of the single “Don’t” in 2015, which peaked at number...

From Filth to Nectar: The review on Joji’s best album as of yet, and his incredible artistic journey

From Filth to Nectar: The review on Joji’s best album as of yet, and his incredible artistic journey

Background  George Kusunoki Miller, better known as “Joji”, has experienced an unbelievable rise in fame after releasing his first mixtape “In Tongues” around three years ago. His long-doubted success in the music industry is another story of a man who deeply believed in himself and his abilities and succeeded against all odds.   A half-Japanese and half-Australian immigrant from Japan, Joji studied Communication and Media Arts at the New York...

Look Mom I Can Fly

An Epic Retrospective on Travis Scott’s Collaborations There are not many people out there as ingrained in the modern pop culture as Travis Scott. Born in Houston, Texas, Travis Scott, whose real name is Jacques Webster, is a rapper, producer and beat-maker who has opened new doors in the ever-evolving rap and R&B scene with his new ambient, bass-heavy and...