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Editor: Tori Trevino

42Fifty previously had a column in which former Editor-in-Chief Dylan Jahnke covered new music that was released every Friday. As a new writer for 42Fifty, I’m hoping to bring it back. Last week’s New Music Friday was hyped up more than any other. Fans of all different genres of music found themselves enjoying new tracks from artists like ZAYN, The Neighbourhood, and Travis Scott.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic has me staying inside and playing some of the old sports games I have, I’ve decided to make a list (or three) on what sports games I think are the best in their sport.
Earlier this month, Disney released its live-action adaptation of Mulan on its streaming service, Disney+. With many theaters closed, the company still aimed to make money off of the film’s release somehow, which they did by charging an extra $30 to have “premier access” to the movie. Disney+ is already $6.99/month, and this film is not worth another $30.
I know. I think I know exactly what you are thinking right now, and it’s about the fact that I cease to shut up about music. To that I say, without outlets to help you find new music like me, how would you be able to expand your listening habits? However, I don’t want to give all the credit to myself, as that would be selfish. Therefore, I am here to provide you with even more outlets to discover new music while trapped inside for quarantine. Here are 5 ways that I believe you could use to expand your music listening while stuck inside to avoid the pandemic.
Generally, the album had been met with positive reviews, and as long-time Doja Cat fans, we had expected nothing less. Doja Cat’s previous album titled “Amala” was one of our favorite albums to come out of 2018, with hits like “Cookie Jar,” “Morning Light,” and “Candy,” being our favorites off of the album. The deluxe version of the album in 2019 even introduced the likes of “Juicy,” “Tia Tamera,” and the infamous “Mooo!” With songs like these, we came into the new album expecting songs of the same level or better. But unfortunately, when it came to our listening of the album, we found that “Hot Pink” was actually rather hit or miss.

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