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Lil Pump Humiliates Himself on “Harverd Dropout”

Lil Pump Humiliates Himself on “Harverd Dropout”

March 13, 2019

Pump is a caricature - literally a stick figure of a rapper.

Weezer’s “Black Album” May Be The Riskiest Yet

Weezer’s “Black Album” May Be The Riskiest Yet

March 13, 2019

Weezer, the rock group whose droning guitar riffs and unique lyrical style carved out a distinctive niche in the ‘90s alternative scene, is back with another album.

Avril Lavigne Is Back And Better Than Ever

Avril Lavigne Is Back And Better Than Ever

February 20, 2019

After taking a break that lasted over five years to focus on her health, Lavigne has finally returned with a brand new album, “Head Above Water.”

Ariana Grande Queer-Baits

Ariana Grande Queer-Baits

February 20, 2019

Many were surprised by the twist ending; some fans even believed that the video may symbolize Grande coming out as bisexual.

Federal Government Drops Diss Track on 6ix9ine

Federal Government Drops Diss Track on 6ix9ine

February 6, 2019

By presenting himself as a meme, 6ix9ine normalizes a world where it’s okay to identify with and even idolize true perverts.

James Blake Transcends On “Assume Form”

James Blake Transcends On “Assume Form”

January 23, 2019

His music is a sonic portrait of contemporary existence, conveying the feeling that everything has become “too much,” whether it be in terms of politics, social roles, or day-to-day anxieties. Like Blake, I’m sure everyone would rather dissolve into an ether of melodic bliss.

CAB Announces Soulja Boy to Headline Spring Weekend

January 23, 2019

Filed under Culture, Music, News, Showcase

By Eliot Schiaparelli Fordham University's Campus Activities Board (CAB) announced that Soulja Boy (DeAndre Cortez Way) will headline this year’s Spring Weekend Concert. The news leaked on Sunday, Jan. 20 in an Instagram post from Stacks On Deck Money Gang (S.O.D.M.G. Radio), Way’s record label. It listed the university as the April 27 stop of Soulja Boy’s spring 2019 tour stops. His stop at Fordham will be part of ...

The Fordham Ram Speaks with Electronic Folk Powerhouse, Westerman

The Fordham Ram Speaks with Electronic Folk Powerhouse, Westerman

December 19, 2018

By Olivia Nangle On a Tuesday night you would normally find me doing some last minute cramming, but when Westerman announced his first New York show, I knew the academic grind could wait. The Zo...

2018-In-Review: 8 Favorite Hip-Hop Albums

2018-In-Review: 8 Favorite Hip-Hop Albums

December 5, 2018

Big artists from all across the hip-hop spectrum have dropped tapes, but there are no standout albums like DAMN. or Flower Boy.

A Conversation with Canadian Dream Pop Goddess Floor Cry

November 28, 2018

The Fordham Ram spoke with the talent behind Floor Cry for a candid conversation about the DIY scene, meaningful connections made via social media and her effort to make sense of life on Earth through songwriting.

Trippie Redd Opts for a Melange of Monotony

Trippie Redd Opts for a Melange of Monotony

November 28, 2018

Trippie Redd is at the helm of emo trap, or what I call nonsense trap.

Decoding Ariana Grande’s ‘thank u, next’

Decoding Ariana Grande’s ‘thank u, next’

November 28, 2018

Ariana Grande has been going through a lot lately.

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