If you look up Wiz Khalifa on Spotify, his number one song is See You Again, which he released all the way back in 2015. Everybody knows who the rapper is, but most of his music hasn’t been wildly successful. (We aren’t counting his features here). Let’s be clear though. I’m not saying Wiz Khalifa more »
In this months episode, we discuss the latest releases in the month of March. We dive into the newest release of 2 Chainz, Gunna, Juice world, and more.
Check out some of our top songs for the month of March on our Spotify playlist.
The Irish songwriter, Andrew Hozier-Byrne devotes much if not all his second album, “Wasteland, Baby!” Throughout the first song, “Nina Cried Power,” he gives a shout out to not only artists, but all-time greats like Nina Simone, Billie Holiday, John Lennon, James Brown, Joni Mitchell, Mavis Staples, Patti Smith, Marvin Gaye, etc. He does this more »
With the other two members of the Migos group (Quavo and Takeoff) already having released solo albums, fans were excited to see what Offset’s project could offer. Father of 4 was promised to be more content and less “bubblegum rap”…but did Offset really deliver? On the title track, Offset delivers on his promise to provide more »
We’re super stoked about performers who’ll be playing REBfest 2019 on March 12th at the UNLV Student Union. Check out some of their music on this Spotify playlist.
Check out some of our top songs for the month of February on our Spotify playlist.
New science is shedding light on just how important mental health is for athletic performance. One of the people spearheading a movement towards mental health in sports is today’s guest, Bradley Donohue, a professor of psychology at UNLV.
UNLV recently created the position of Emergency Manager, a role that entails preparing for scenarios you hope will never happen. Filling the role is Yuri Graves, who headed emergency scenarios and preparedness for the US Coast Guard and the City of Henderson.
In the aftermath of the 10/1 shooting, Steven Banning, a UNLV professor, went into academic action. He began tracking the mental health impact the shooting had on people at the concert and in the Las Vegas area. He reveals what he learned from his work, and how we should think about treating the unseen wounds more »