Whilst everyone is obsessed with “The End of The Fucking World” and rating the episodes of “Black Mirrors” last season (which I also did), my personal 2018 favorite show is Grown-ish ! You’re going to have to read this to know why. And if you don’t like to read… I mean there’s some Yara Shahidi content to look forward to.
You can say whatever you want, but in terms of media, 2017 was a female. Big stuff have been happening for us ladies, and some of them are still happening. Let me tell you about one special in my heart.
The movement I’ll talk about in this article is french/belgian, but I believe it concerns a worldwide audience. And, who knows, it might inspire my one South Korean reader or the one from Brazil.
Just like every seasons has its color, it also has a playlist. Just like a perfect wedding, mine has somethings new, somethings old and somethings borrowed.
I’m not going to lie, I honestly disliked its first single, I decided to give Jesse Rutherford’s solo album a try. Here’s an honest opinion of it although I, sadly, don’t believe in it.
(this is my opinion, no shade to Jesse).
How can a plot so dumb get me fascinated ? Only God knows. Or maybe I can explain it in this blog. Here’s my review on Netflix’s Original: American Vandal.
If you love yourself some good alternative rock band, you’re probably already in love with Wolf Alice. If you don’t know them, let me bring some good music to your ears. (You’re welcome)
Turns out The Neighbourhood’s new EP is actually pretty good. Turns out I can’t find any shade on this music. Turns out, I wasn’t prepared for that. Turns out it wasn’t what I planned but like … I ain’t petty.