September 2018 is one of those months I’d prefer not to remember. It just reinforced my hatred for politics.
Also, RIP Laurex 😥
Anyway, let’s just jump right into my favorites in pop culture and entertainment for September, shall we?
Favorite News Articles
1. #DoTheLilo. Umm, okay, sure. Idk if this dance will really catch on here though, Lindsay. Maybe in Greece?
2. A live action version of Avatar: The Last Airbender is coming to Netflix! I coincidentally JUST finished watching the animated series with my bf 😀
3. Maroon 5 is performing for half-time at Super Bowl LIII. I AM SO HYPE.
1. “Entropy” by Supa Bwe ft. Dounia. The fact that this featured artist is from Queens is making this even more amazing for me!
2. “Damn” by Christine and the Queens. “What must a woman do?” you ask? Where do I begin?
* This post is sponsored by Amy Marie Designs.
Every summer since 2011, thousands gather at Randall’s Island in New York City during the month of June for the Governor’s Ball Music Festival. This year’s music festival headliners include Kanye West, The Strokes, and The Killers. You might be inclined to leave the festival grounds while acts you’re not familiar with are performing, but here are some artists you might want to stick around for June 3rd-5th.
Bonus: Scroll to the end for a cute festival flower crown headband look!
Friday, June 3rd Performers
Big Grams is a collaboration between Big Boi and Phantogram (hence the name Big Grams). Together they produce some funky hip-hop tunes that are sure to get you moving this summer at the Governor’s Ball.
Songs to Listen to: Fell in the Sun, Goldmine Junkie
Years & Years
This British electronica trio consists of keyboard player Olly Alexander, bass guitarist Mikey Goldsworthy, and keyboardist Emre Türkmen. Their debut album Communion was released last summer.
Songs to Listen to: Shine, Real
Christine and the Queens
Born Héloïse Letissier, French singer Christine and the Queens is known for her killer dance moves and no-nonsense feminist attitude. She might sing the English versions of songs from her self-titled album.
Songs to Listen to: Science Fiction, Nuit 17 a 52