“When I got the email, I was like, ‘Is someone trolling me?’” Ronnica says. “I replied, and it turned out to be real.”
“Our overall vision for the ‘Morning Coffee’ video was to combine spheres of creativity and good fun. Nothing real dramatic; we were shooting to make something humorous and light as well as visually stimulating."
While things were already popping for Bia before 2020 arrived; over the past few weeks she has landed her biggest smash hit yet in the Rihanna-approved “Best on Earth” with New Jersey hair rapper Russ.
"We wanted to make sure if you were playing a show, before or after us, you were terrified because we made it impossible for you to top what the crowd just saw."
"Did you notice that instead of bricks there are little tennis courts in the background? How clever."
The ARmy is designing a live spectacle for the Hayden Planetarium at the Museum of Science, all while sticking to its annual seasonal schedule of live-scoring Dr. Jekyll and Mr Hyde in New Hampshire, and performing a music and dance tribute to The Nightmare Before Christmas at OBERON.
Each joint on Cleo has its own unique dynamic, with a versatile vibe across the track list. Oompa opens up about various aspects of her travels through the journey, depicting trials she has overcome, as well as situations she’s still trying to navigate. Mental health is front and center, a rarity in hip-hop, but not surprising considering her overall maturity.
“Having the feeling of seeing other people affected by my music is what drives me and makes me feel so passionate. It’s what makes me not want to give up.”
“We have each other’s backs and we want everybody to succeed,” Rachael tells the the Dig. “We’re not out for ourselves, we’re out for each other.”