Just this past summer on Aug. 19, Queens native Kim Jong Skillz released an album called Unsupervised, the culmination of a two-year songwriting and recording effort. It’s a hip-hop album with a roller coaster of emotions. He took some time out of his day to speak to The Press about the album, his life and the music industry today.
I don’t know what pushed me to even start it, but I decided to plunge head-first into the Naruto universe during quarantine. Since then, I have become emotionally invested in Naruto, occasionally binging episodes during the summer and even shedding tears over the most poignant ones.
In order for the music industry to make money, they need to show what racks up the most profit nowadays, due to the presence of music streaming services and decrease in record sales.
The “OPEN” sign shines brightly outside Aaron’s Barber Shop located in St. James on Long Island, NY. “Hair designers for men & boys.”
You’re seeing the same kind of girl on your Instagram newsfeed. They all have oversized scrunchies on their wrists and hold Hydro Flasks decorated with “Save the Turtles” stickers. They call themselves, “VSCO girls.”
The Center for the Study of Inequalities, Social Justice & Policy Director Christopher Sellers says his program is facing a shutdown because of budget cuts.
Lingerie? Check. Boobs look perky? Check. My ass isn’t hanging out? Double check. Heels strapped? Check.
Prince Emmanuel de Merode, conservationist and anthropologist, made the journey from the Democratic Republic of Congo to Stony Brook University to present the 2014 documentary “Virunga,” on Nov. 28.