With 1.287 million record sales in the first week alone (more than the combined sales of last week’s 70 biggest-selling albums), former queen of country Taylor Swift has solidified her transition to the pop market.
After almost two years since his debut album, rapper G-Eazy dropped a sophomore album at 12 a.m. this morning, “These Things Happen,” which is currently sitting at #2 on iTunes top albums, behind Ed Sheeran’s “X (Deluxe Edition).”
With the US victory over Ghana today, American eyes are turning towards Brazil as the US potential for a win increases. But unlike many countries around the world, football (soccer) does not have the cult following in the US that it does across the rest of the globe. While there are many football fanatics throughout the states, here’s some tips to keep in mind for the rest of us.
For many techies, San Francisco was the place to be today, at Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). This year’s conference runs from June 2-4, and this morning’s presentation revealed a new iOS for iPhone, as well as a new operating system for Mac computers, Yosemite.
National disasters and terrorist attacks often bring confusion and fear to thousands of people. After the Boston Marathon bombing, Bostonians, runners and people around the world were left asking, “why?” In recognition of a year gone since the bombings, two reporters for the Boston Globe, Scott Helman and Jenna Russell, published their collaboration, “Long Mile Home,” in an attempt to answer this question.
As the third season of “Once Upon a Time” comes to a close with a special 90-minute finale, viewers are left wondering what’s going to happen next: is Regina destined to a life of unhappiness, and what is Elsa of “Frozen” going to bring to the table?
From bars and restaurants to speakers and musicians, Northeastern has hundreds of activities to partake in and myriad places to frequent. In an annual poll hosted by The News, students voted for their favorites of what NU has to offer, and the results are in.
With a national tour, collaborations with artists like Hoodie Allen, Skizzy Mars and E-40 and an upcoming album, rapper G-Eazy is garnering a great deal of attention on the indie rap scene. The Oakland, Calif. native and Loyola University New Orleans graduate boasts a sound somewhere between Macklemore and Bob Dylan, and is touring the US promoting his new album. The up-and-comer stopped in Boston this past weekend for a sold-out show at the Paradise Rock Club. Before the show, G called in from Grand Rapids, Mich. to talk with The News about his success and his plans for the future.