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Graphic by Nick Hardin / Contributing Writer  One of the most exciting parts of every week is “New Music Fridays.” Every Friday, new albums and singles are released across all streaming platforms for music lovers to consume. The goal of this weekly column is to break down a number of singles that are released on …

Photo courtesy of Revolt Story by Isong Maro / Contributing Writer Philadelphia artist Meek Mill’s has released his fourth studio album, titled “Championships.” The album follows his mixtape (EP) released earlier this year, “Legends of the Summer,” and both projects come off the back of his well publicized run-in with the law that saw him incarcerated …

Graphic by Nick Hardin / Contributing Writer  One of the most exciting parts of every week is “New Music Fridays.” Every Friday, new albums and singles are released across all streaming platforms for music lovers to consume. The goal of this weekly column is to break down a number of singles that are released on …

Graphic by Nick Hardin / Contributing Writer  One of the most exciting parts of every week is “New Music Fridays.” Every Friday, new albums and singles are released across all streaming platforms for music lovers to consume. The goal of this weekly column is to break down a number of singles that are released on …

Photo courtesy of Youtube Story by Nick Hardin / Contributing Writer Chelsea Cutler is a 21-year-old singer, songwriter and producer hailing from Westport, Connecticut. Cutler took an interest in creating music at around the age of 17. She began posting covers of songs on YouTube as well as creating and releasing original content while a student-athlete …

Photo courtesy of Circuit Sweet  Story by Nathaniel Nichols / Contributing Writer  The Berlin one-man band behind Still Parade, Niklas Kramer, released his second studio album, “Soon Enough,” on Friday, causing all indie-lovers that love breathy vocals to go crazy. Still Parade is a band that is recognized for its “chillwave” sound, a micro-genre categorized by a …