Met Gala 2021: The Icons

The Met Gala red carpet is something a lot of people look forward to, so when the event was cancelled last year due to Covid-19 many of us were left disappointed. Every year other than last, the red carpet has blessed us with both incredible looks and things we will never really understand. Although the red carpet happened on the 13th of September, the actual … Continue reading Met Gala 2021: The Icons

Review: The Melodic Blue by Baby Keem

Baby Keem – one of the biggest breakout stars of the year – released his long-awaited debut studio album on Friday and continued paving his path through the music industry.  The 16 track LP titled ‘The Melodic Blue’ comes during one of the most exciting periods of the young rapper/producers’ career as he continues pushing his name onto the screens of millions around the world. … Continue reading Review: The Melodic Blue by Baby Keem

Review: Certified Lover Boy by Drake

Drake season is officially upon us and last Friday the Toronto born rapper released his 6th studio album. Although there have been mixed reviews amongst his fans. The project titled ‘Certified Lover Boy’ was announced back in February of 2019 and after a few delays, Drake fans have finally got their hands on the highly anticipated project. Drake’s previous album – Dark Lane Demo Tapes … Continue reading Review: Certified Lover Boy by Drake

TRNSMT 2021 Preview

Thousands of people will flock to Glasgow Green this coming weekend. This time with big name bands, artists and with a few notable DJ’s; just in time to see out the last of Scotland’s summer weather.  It was all the way back in 2019 that Glasgow Green hosted the last instalment of TRNSMT. Due to the Coronavirus the 2020 festival was cancelled, but Scotland’s biggest … Continue reading TRNSMT 2021 Preview

No Spoilers: The Virgin Suicides

A novel set in the 70s’ and covering clandestine and taboo themes for the time. The Virgin Suicides is a novel that discusses the imprisonment of being an adolescent girl, during a period where woman were very much still seen as objects and a means to gain great social status. Eugenides uses a writing style that causes any reader to fall into a trap of … Continue reading No Spoilers: The Virgin Suicides

Review: We Love You Tecca 2 by Lil Tecca

The long-awaited sequel to Lil Tecca’s 2019 platinum LP ‘We Love You Tecca’ came out on Friday and fans of the Queen’s born rapper are more than pleased with the release.  The project titled ‘We Love You Tecca 2’ is Lil Tecca’s 3rd studio album and comes on the back of a slightly less chaotic year for the up-and-coming 18-year-old. The pandemic took its toll … Continue reading Review: We Love You Tecca 2 by Lil Tecca

Review: Donda by Kanye West

37 days after the initial release date, Kanye West dropped his 10th studio album Donda – in what can only be described as true Kanye fashion.  The hype surrounding not only Kanye as a person but the music he has blessed his fans with over the years, has been utterly breath-taking. Kanye announced that his new project would drop on July 24th, 2021 as a … Continue reading Review: Donda by Kanye West

Man vs Critics: Musicals

A genre that has endured for the better part of a century, first appearing on screens way back in the late 1920s. Pioneered by the likes of choreographer and director Busby Berkeley (who has the most old-school Hollywood sounding name that I have ever heard). A genre that regularly rakes in obscene amounts of money for movie studios, with the likes of Disney’s recent Lion … Continue reading Man vs Critics: Musicals

No Spoilers: The Rescue

A beautiful love story that will tug at your heartstrings, making for a cosy and frictionless read. This book isn’t just a romance, it also allows the reader to explore a more intimate love. Sparks yet again has given the world a novel that leaves you wanting nothing but joy and happiness for his characters. It will peak your interest right from the start, and … Continue reading No Spoilers: The Rescue

Tide Lines – Storming Through Ayr

There was truly no greater way to emerge from the lockdown hovel but to attend my first post-covid concert surrounded by my family watching the band that cemented our bond through the long hard months, Tide Lines. Watching the four members dance onto stage and shout, “How are we feeling Ayr” to the eager crowd washed away any bitter notes from the past year. My … Continue reading Tide Lines – Storming Through Ayr