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Artist Profile: Stephanie James Paves the Way Towards Her Destiny

Artist Profile: Stephanie James Paves the Way Towards Her Destiny

More than just a singer, Pro Music major and rising senior Stephanie Parsons has made herself an artist under the name Stephanie James, launching her artist career earlier this year.

Artist Profile: Stephanie James Paves the Way Towards Her Destiny
Calling Beyoncè’s “Lemonade” ‘Weird’ Means You Don’t Get It

Calling Beyoncè’s “Lemonade” ‘Weird’ Means You Don’t Get It

Beyoncè's "Lemonade" has set the Internet on fire. Laden with symbolism and thick with representation of the black struggle, there is so much more to it than a cheater and a woman scorned.

Calling Beyoncè’s “Lemonade” ‘Weird’ Means You Don’t Get It
Skylar Grey Brings Blend of Hip-Hop and Powerful Lyrics to Paradise Rock

Skylar Grey Brings Blend of Hip-Hop and Powerful Lyrics to Paradise Rock

Skylar Grey's performance at the Paradise Rock Club last Wednesday was a dynamic blend of hard-hitting hip-hop and Skylar’s powerful lyrics. Backed by a variety of acoustic and electronic instruments, Skylar’s performance was both energetic and poignant.

Skylar Grey Brings Blend of Hip-Hop and Powerful Lyrics to Paradise Rock
Skylar Grey’s Songwriting Clinic and her Cabin in the Woods

Skylar Grey’s Songwriting Clinic and her Cabin in the Woods

by Dom Jones All Photos by Belinda Huang Songwriting Chair, Bonnie Hayes, read off Skylar Grey’s impressive credits including five Grammy nominations for songwriting, and the fact that she co-wrote Eminem’s smash “Love the way you Lie (ft. Rihanna)

Skylar Grey’s Songwriting Clinic and her Cabin in the Woods
Anna Wise’s Unabashed and Uncensored Wisdom

Anna Wise’s Unabashed and Uncensored Wisdom

Source: grammy.com by Dom Jones Berklee alum and Grammy-winning artist, Anna Wise, performed in the Caf last week during her visit to Berklee w/ her band Sonnymoon. I was one of the fortunate Songwriting majors who had office …

Anna Wise’s Unabashed and Uncensored Wisdom
Chinese Pop Tribute Sparked Awareness of Chinese Sounds in Berklee

Chinese Pop Tribute Sparked Awareness of Chinese Sounds in Berklee

In the hopes of raising awareness of the sounds of Chinese music, Xingyu Yao and Louisa Foong, both from China and Malaysia respectively, worked together to co-produce the Chinese Pop Tribute Concert.

Chinese Pop Tribute Sparked Awareness of Chinese Sounds in Berklee

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Artist Profile: Stephanie James Paves the Way Towards Her Destiny

Artist Profile: Stephanie James Paves the Way Towards Her Destiny

June 10, 2016

More than just a singer, Pro Music major and rising senior Stephanie Parsons has made herself an artist under the name Stephanie James, launching her artist career earlier this year.

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Calling Beyoncè’s “Lemonade” ‘Weird’ Means You Don’t Get It

Calling Beyoncè’s “Lemonade” ‘Weird’ Means You Don’t Get It

April 29, 2016

Beyoncè's "Lemonade" has set the Internet on fire. Laden with symbolism and thick with representation of the black struggle, there is so much more to it than a cheater and a woman scorned.

Read the full story

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Skylar Grey Brings Blend of Hip-Hop and Powerful Lyrics to Paradise Rock

Skylar Grey Brings Blend of Hip-Hop and Powerful Lyrics to Paradise Rock

April 28, 2016

Skylar Grey's performance at the Paradise Rock Club last Wednesday was a dynamic blend of hard-hitting hip-hop and Skylar’s powerful lyrics. Backed by a variety of acoustic and electronic instruments, Skylar’s performance was both energetic and poignant.

Read the full story

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Skylar Grey’s Songwriting Clinic and her Cabin in the Woods

Skylar Grey’s Songwriting Clinic and her Cabin in the Woods

April 25, 2016

by Dom Jones All Photos by Belinda Huang Songwriting Chair, Bonnie Hayes, read off Skylar Grey’s impressive credits including five Grammy nominations for songwriting, and the fact that she co-wrote Eminem’s smash “Love the way you Lie (ft. Rihanna)

Read the full story

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Anna Wise’s Unabashed and Uncensored Wisdom

Anna Wise’s Unabashed and Uncensored Wisdom

April 20, 2016

Source: grammy.com by Dom Jones Berklee alum and Grammy-winning artist, Anna Wise, performed in the Caf last week during her visit to Berklee w/ her band Sonnymoon. I was one of the fortunate Songwriting majors who had office …

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Chinese Pop Tribute Sparked Awareness of Chinese Sounds in Berklee

Chinese Pop Tribute Sparked Awareness of Chinese Sounds in Berklee

April 20, 2016

In the hopes of raising awareness of the sounds of Chinese music, Xingyu Yao and Louisa Foong, both from China and Malaysia respectively, worked together to co-produce the Chinese Pop Tribute Concert.

Read the full story

Posted in Berklee News, Featured Articles, News, Reviews, Show Reviews, Student NewsComments (0)

Former Warner Music Executive Tatia Adams Fox Shares Model to Success (Interview)

Former Warner Music Executive Tatia Adams Fox Shares Model to Success (Interview)

April 14, 2016

We had the pleasure of talking to Tatia Adams Fox, the first and highest ranking female executive at Warner Music/ADA, where she talked to us about how to tailor an effective plan for success and her biggest piece of advice for graduating seniors.

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The Reinvention of Lauryn Hill (Show Review)

The Reinvention of Lauryn Hill (Show Review)

February 29, 2016

Lauryn Hill performs at Paradise Rock Club in Boston, proving that she is still at the top of her game and could out rap most emcees in the game today. We look at her journey to this point, and why, with only two solo albums, she is as relevant as ever and can still sell out shows.

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