Girl power and good vibes filled the air at the TD Garden Friday night as American artist Halsey performed alongside British singer-songwriter Charli XCX and Canadian rapper PartyNextDoor. The three musicians joined forces for the third show of Halsey’s hopeless fountain kingdom world tour. From start to finish, fans sang along, cameras out and hands […]

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Have you ever wanted to know random facts about your favorite celebrities? Google may provide some answers to questions about various A-listers, but not as many as Vogue Magazine’s “73 Questions” series. When “73 Questions” first premiered in March 2014 in an effort to modernize Vogue by attracting new viewers through their YouTube channel, the […]

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One of 2014’s breakout stars Iggy Azalea has recently quit what has arguably become the only thing keeping her in the news — her Twitter. In yet another string of angry tweets, she called the Internet “the ugliest reflection of mankind there is” (but all she does is spend her time on the Internet…) after TMZ […]

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Austin Crann, Staff Writer @austincrann Last week, Meghan “I Wasn’t Strong Enough for an Eating Disorder” Trainor’s debut album “Title” started off as a massive hit on the Billboard charts. It sold almost 200,000 copies, finally dethroning Taylor Swift’s “1989” from the top of the charts. The album has the biggest first-week numbers for a […]

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By Brooke Jackson-Glidden, Features Editor @bufoodist Let’s be honest: MTV has sort of lost its spark. Maybe it’s because mainstream music generally falls flat once you enter college (or leave the eighth grade). Maybe it’s because MTV rarely plays music anymore. Regardless, the mtvU Woodie Awards, which celebrate the music “college students love,” may revive MTV’s […]

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