Are we really who we say we are? Chilean singer-songwriter Francisca Valenzuela delves into impostor syndrome with her new single, “Hola Impostora.”
In a video posted to YouTube Sunday night, the Puerto Rican rapper and singer-songwriter announced his retirement from music, saying, “This race (music), which has been a marathon, I finally see the finish line.”
As the war lumbers along and the atrocities become more atrocious, conservatives will insist that they knew all along that this Putin guy was bad news and will deny their groveling hero worship of a power-hungry mass murderer.
We won’t have any real choice on Election Day until we replace our current voting system with a more modern, representative one.
Grande’s brilliant novel adds another voice to the chorus of songs and stories of the San Patricios, reminding us that we can come together with others against oppression and marginalization, that we can share with them in unity, love, and victory
‘Anti-Colonial Vol. 2’ is the latest artistic attestation by the (mostly) Dominican-born, Chicago-based hardcore band, La Armada. The band’s all-powerful rock sounds, along with the unique storytelling artwork that accompanies the record, make this a must-have.
Ukrainian refugees deserve the world’s sympathy and assistance. It is worth noting, however, that because they are often blond and blue-eyed, their plight is eliciting far more empathy than, say, people fleeing a drug war in Central America.
The Marías’ wide repertoire of music is especially evident in Cinema as they present a modern merging of dreamy electronic pop and R&B, with a little tropical, a little jazz. The Marías have the perfect vibe for any occasion
There is just something about an overly aggressive, hostile, boastful jerk masquerading as a tough guy that makes huge swaths of any given population say, “Sure, go ahead and arrest my neighbors, control the media, and kill foreigners, because you’re the boss.”
Puerto Rican independence would mean higher annual revenues for Puerto Rico, lower federal expenditures for the U.S. government, and would allow both sides to abandon the current shameful colonial relationship, as authors Javier A. Hernández and Alberto Medina explain.
Their new album ‘Ambrosia’ marks the native zacatecano musicians’ entry into English-language music charts with the band’s charming, post-punk attitude featuring poetic vocals that altogether summon retro rock vibes.
When a majority of the members of a political party enthusiastically deny reality—consistently and for months on end—we should acknowledge that most of them sincerely savor their collective delusion.