Kendrick Lamar has delivered national hits once again with the hip-hop soundtrack to “Black Panther.” This album is not only for the highly anticipated Marvel film Black Panther but also the album and mood for the rest of Black History Month. The album had people scrambling to download and finally listen to it when Lamar …

Photo courtesy of IMDB When I think back to elementary school, I remember Black History Month revolving around Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks and learning how bad slavery was. That’s it. Even throughout middle and high school, there wasn’t a ton of shared information on the topic. The school system taught me the basics about …

Photo courtesy of BGR While many football fans were busy biting their nails, screaming at the TV and rooting for their favorite team, there were plenty of others paying more attention to the highly anticipated commercials of the 2018 Super Bowl. However, this year was full of letdowns. Sure, some of the advertisements grabbed our attention …

Photo by Krystal Loritts / MTSU Sidelines A long line stretched beyond Grace & Glory Tattoo Parlor on Old Fort Parkway for its popular Friday the 13th Tattoo Party. While the shop opened for business at 10 a.m., there were patrons waiting outside its doors as early as 5 a.m. This is the second time …

Middle Tennessee State University sophomore and music business major Daniel Nunnelee dropped his first single, “Put Me in the Ground,” via iTunes Friday. To celebrate the milestone, Nunnelee hosted a launch party Tuesday night at Autograph Studio in Murfreesboro, where he played a mini concert. Defiant of fitting into just one genre, Nunnelee identifies with …

Photo courtesy of Alyssa Hope Baker Recognized as Music City, U.S.A, many artists make the move to Nashville, Tennessee, in hopes of pursuing a music career. Country-pop artist Alyssa Hope Baker shares that dream.    Self-taught in guitar, piano and ukulele, Baker has what it takes to stand out in a crowd. The 17-year-old recently …