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This dynamic duo shares a love of LA culture and making the music they want to hear. Read the full interview now.
Breaking Down the Savior Complex with Jen Aldana
Though her life is looking a little different than what she planned, Jen’s faith spurs her on to create bold, authentic anthems of worship.
MAY 4, 2020
Haley Griffin Strives to Enjoy the Imperfections
After following her musical dreams to Boston, Haley tells us about the emotional journey of releasing a debut song near to her heart.
More Than Ever, Nicko Guerrero Says Musicians Have a Unique Responsibility
This Colombian drummer found an incredible purpose while at Berklee: fusing musical styles to unite people from all walks of life.
Ceskie's End of Year Letter: “If you let yourself be successful, you shall be successful”
“If you let yourself be successful, you shall be successful”
FRANCESCA 'CESKIE' RIJKS
MAY 7, 2020
Preview Alert: Class of 2020 Medley Video Aimed at Connecting Graduates & Going Viral This Friday
Set to be a soundtrack for the graduating 2020 Berklee class, keep your eyes open this Friday, May 8, when it will go live.
Promotional Manager Isa's End Of Year Letter
As the school year comes to a close, it’s crazy for me to think about how I only joined the Berklee Groove team at the beginning of this ...
Is Kpop Leeching Our Self-Esteem?
Perfect faces and nearly negative waist sizes define the standards of Kpop, but what does that do to our self-worth?
APRIL 2, 2020
#BerkleeAtHome: Making Music in the Midst of COVID-19
The Berklee Popular Music Institute is live-streaming performances from popular student artists to keep spirits up during this pandemic.
ITZY's Lia Lazy? I Don't Think So
An analysis into the most recent “lazy scandal” in KPop, and why we need to stop telling female idols to practice.
Coachella? More Like Couchella
Last weekend, a series of Instagram concerts from Berklee musicians joined the growing COVID-era trend of live performances going digital.