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Dylan Jahnke, Editor-in-Chief

I’m Dylan Jahnke, and this is my second year with 42Fifty, which I first joined as a staff member. I am a senior at Oswego High School, and I plan to study mass communications/music management in college. I hope to one day have my own radio talk show or get into artist management. If I’m not writing or editing for 42Fifty, I’m either working at Culver’s, hanging out with friends and family, or doing homework. I am humbled to say I began my 42Fifty career my junior year as a staff writer, then Arts & Entertainment editor first semester of my senior year and now Editor-in-Chief.

Lacking vitamin R&B? Here are 5 artists that can fuel you up

We have all heard of Beyonce, Chris Brown, Rihanna and Usher—but what about all the other artists that aren’t nearly as big as them?

Ariana Grande scores first No. 1 with ‘thank u, next’

The track debuted at No. 1 with just over five days of tracking, compared to a normal seven-day tracking period.

New Music Fridays (On Wednesday), Album Edition: ‘MIH-TY’

After reviewing three different songs each week since my debut, I’ve decided to switch it up by reviewing a full album each week from now on. Kicking off the new edition of the series is the joint album “MIH-TY” by Jeremih and Ty Dolla $ign.

Five stars who have dominated 2018 (so far)

Believe it or not, 2018 is coming to an end sooner than you think. That means it’s almost time for critics to start revealing which artists they feel dominated this year in terms of music.

New Music Fridays (on Tuesday): Heartbroken and outspoken

Pop music has made an epic comeback after being out of the spotlight for the past few weeks. ZAYN, Zara Larsson and Jon Bellion all delivered some fresh, new tracks. Not only are they fresh, but they are all songs that are very relatable in terms of relationships and friendships.

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