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Going Back to 2004: Why Natasha Bedingfield’s “Unwritten” Will Forever Be A Favorite Song

Last week or so, Natasha Bedingfield was liking my tweets. Yes, you heard me correctly: Natasha Bedingfield was liking my tweets, from her verified Twitter account. We were practically besties for those brief moments. Here’s the proof:          I think the last three images are out of order but it doesn’t really matter. All I…… Continue reading Going Back to 2004: Why Natasha Bedingfield’s “Unwritten” Will Forever Be A Favorite Song

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Why The Chainsmokers’s “Paris” is Better than “Closer”

Everyone has heard and sang along to The Chainsmokers’ “Closer” by now. I know I certainly have. I can’t tell you how many times it comes on the radio and I find myself unwillingly singing along because it’s so damn catchy. I say unwillingly because the lyrics drive me mad. Recently, The Chainsmokers came out…… Continue reading Why The Chainsmokers’s “Paris” is Better than “Closer”

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Ed Sheeran’s “Happier” Makes Me Sad in the Best Possible Way

This past weekend, Ed Sheeran released his newest album, “Divide,” and like any other Ed Sheeran enthusiast, I took myself to the nearest Target and purchased the deluxe album asap. I needed his new album immediately. Just look at this beaut (that is my laptop in the background btws). (sorry if it’s a little blurry,…… Continue reading Ed Sheeran’s “Happier” Makes Me Sad in the Best Possible Way

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Why The Radio Edit of Gnash’s “I Hate You, I Love You” Is Better Than The Explicit Version

Everybody loves using curse words. I know for  a fact that everyone felt a small, little twinge of rebellion when they said “shit” or “damn” or even “fuck” (Sorry, Mom) for the first time. At least, that’s what it felt like for me when I said my first curse word (hell). It’s now become a…… Continue reading Why The Radio Edit of Gnash’s “I Hate You, I Love You” Is Better Than The Explicit Version