USC Alumna Cristyn Dang takes on the role of choreographer for virtual project “USUCC: An Original Zoomsical” in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Are you having a lonely Valentine’s Day? Has the cutie in your class not private messaged you yet? Listen to this cute playlist while you wait.
With TikTok’s growth in the past year, users are taking to the platform to divulge in new music trends and bring back the old ones — such as the sea shanty.
Diverse in their musical styles and creative motives, these up-and-coming artists exemplify the best new artists of 2021.
At 24 years old, the USC alumna has already performed alongside Diana Ross and Chaka Khan. Now, she’s using her platform of advocacy and purpose as she stars on the newest season of “American Idol.”
One of the biggest K-Pop groups in the world takes fans through “THE SHOW,” a one-of-a-kind concert in collaboration with YouTube Music.
The British singer-songwriter released her 21-track debut album “Not your Muse” after numerous delays due to the pandemic.
The 20-year-old British singer-songwriter tackles themes of mental health and sexuality in her album.
Picking up January melodies to cherish the quarantined self, this listicle selects a few highlights of the month that opened the new year. It introduces artists of different genres, messages and heritage.
REVIEW: ‘Immune’ masterfully transforms a Twitter parody into a heart-wrenching tale about the myth of closure
Once a Twitter-imagined parody about folk-rock songwriter Phoebe Bridgers’ future album, USC alumnus Jensen McRae’s new single, “Immune,” tells a soul-stirring conclusion to the agonizing saga of living through the pandemic.