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Michael O’Brien
A beef between two of the biggest rappers in the world, Kendrick Lamar and Drake, has birthed unforgettable songs for both of these artists.
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Kim R. Harris
With “Cowboy Carter,” her eighth studio album, Beyoncé not only explores the longed-for and carelessly and/or intentionally erased Black past in country music, but also moves the genre forward into a hopefully more expansive future.
Arts & CulturePodcasts
On Jesuitical, Zac and Ashley speak with Andrea Von Kampen about her new album “Sister Moon,” which draws on the spiritual and ecological wisdom of St. Francis of Assisi and Pope Francis’ “Laudato Si’.”
Arts & CultureExplainer
Aleja Hertzler-McCain - Religion News Service
‘The Sound of Silence’ version of the ‘Our Father’ has been widespread throughout Latin America and U.S. Latino communities for the last few decades.
This cover image released by Republic Records show "The Tortured Poets Department" by Taylor Swift.
Arts & CultureMusic
Kevin Christopher Robles
You always hope that your favorite artist’s best work is still ahead of them. But what goes up must come down.
Scott Loudon and his team filming his documentary, ‘Anonimo’ (photo courtesy of Scott Loudon)
Arts & CultureMusic
Phillip Alcon Ganir, S.J.
This week, a music festival returns to the Chiquitos missions in Bolivia, which the Jesuits established between 1691 and 1760. The story of the Jesuit "reductions" was made popular by the 1986 film ‘The Mission.’