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Jordan Miller

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  1. Charlie Puth wants the gross Internet hate to stop. "I don’t usually pay any mind to things like this, but something has to be said. This dangerous, toxic, internet screaming match between ‘fandoms’ has to stop. I’m 28 years old, so it doesn’t really mean anything to me when some person I don’t know writes a nasty message to me...," he wrote. "...saying things like “I used BTS for clout”. I don’t know what that means- I love those guys and they are super talented." "It may sound cliche, but please be nicer to each other on here. No more screaming about made up nonsense. It does nobody any good. We all need to love each other MORE THAN EVER RIGHT NOW." I love what Charlie wrote. I've noticed there are more comments on the Internet than ever before, and a lot of them are outright rude. I think it's because... There's just more people on the Internet than ever before, thus more comments. The world is the most unsettled it's been in years. The accessibility to leave comments is so easy that people can impulsively write what they feel in that moment without any self-reflection first. It's ok to think something and not immediately comment it Thoughts?
  2. To celebrate his 85th birthday, the Dalai Lama dropped his debut album titled Inner World. Lady Gaga is shaking. The album is a collection of chants and mantras from the Tibetan spiritual leader. The words are soundtracked to calm music created by New Zealand musicians Junelle and Abraham Kunin (practicing Buddhists). “I’d never heard him speak like this,” Kunin said. “He really was so excited … he actually proceeded to explain to me how important music is. He leaned forward and his eyes were sparkling, and his fingers were rubbing together and he [talked] about how music can help people in a way that he can’t; it can transcend differences and return us to our true nature and our good heartedness.” New king of pop confirmed. In all seriousness though, it's actually really special the Dalai Lama did this. The world is hurting and could use reminders through music that the human spirit is resilient and enduring. Listen below. Thoughts? Apple Music link.
  3. Not loving the vibe of this topic. They are both super intelligent, sweet and pro #FreeBritney. I spoke with Tess two-three weeks ago on the phone. The sentiment in the OP is appreciated, but it is very inaccurate. Give them some time. I don't feel super comfortable speaking for them, but due to the nature of this topic and its responses, I feel it's important to clarify that they are working on some things for the movement.
  4. Girl are you alright. Please, grab a coffee. Take a deep breath in nature. Everything's going to be ok.
  5. I hung out with him at a gay club in Vegas a few years ago btw Super cool guy.
  6. Sam Smith covered Coldplay's "Fix You." It's super pretty ballad, but doesn't veer too far out of Sam's comfort zone. I find it interesting they chose a cover image on the video below of Sam smiling, yet the song makes me want to cry in the shower. How do we feel about this, Exhale?
  7. Walk the Moon singer Nick Petricca comes out as bisexual. Petricca revealed the news on social media: "i am Bisexual," he wrote. "today is the last day of Pride Month here in the year 2020, and i think it’s time i said that." "my whole life i have passed for a “normal person”, cisgender straight guy, and this has afforded me a life of privilege. virtually no name-calling or bullying or hardship around my sexuality really at all. my heart is with so many LGBTQ+ human beings who have had a much more challenging experience than i have. AND i believe in what Harvey Milk said… (i’m paraphrasing) that when the collective as a whole, when people as a whole realize that we are everywhere… that we are your children, that we are your mothers and fathers and brothers and sisters… that we have been with you and among you and are you and have been this whole time… *that’s* the moment when the myths, the bullying, and the inequality will end." Welcome to the LGBTQ fam, Nick! Read the full message below: Stream "Shut up and Dance" for clear skin.
  8. How do you manage to be the first comment on my topics and they're always trying to cancel whoever I'm writing about
  9. @Roxxy I am LOVING these playlists. I legit stream them all day and added them to my favorites so I can revisit them here on out 🙏 Today's choice... gonna throw y'all a curve ball. This song is littttt.
  10. Sia caught flack for her mini performance of "Chandelier" on TikTok. It appears to be a super difficult song to tackle, even if it's her own creation. Her vibrato sounds awesome in parts, other times it's nails to a chalkboard. I love that music can evoke so much emotion Related:
  11. I don't believe this tbh. She's already recorded a ton of music. I bet she likes making music. She probably hates having to tour, so she holds off on releasing an album to avoid that. If I were a recording artist that'd be my predicament at least.
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