Madison Beer attempts to find her identity on ‘Life Support’
Eight years after gaining mainstream attention for bubblegum-pop track “Melodies,” industry starlet Madison Beer’s long-awaited debut album “Life Support” finally dropped on Feb. 26. Embed from Getty Images“Sour Times” and “Homesick” are light and stripped yet mellow additions to Beer’s track list. Beer emerges strong again on “Baby” and “Stained Glass,” two gorgeous songs that showcase her pop star potential. After listening to the album, it’s still not clear who Madison Beer is. If there’s one thing that “Life Support” proves, it’s that Madison Beer is still fighting to find her spot in pop music.themiamihurricane.com
Celebs take to streets for historic demonstrations
Across the U.S., many celebrities have been doing far more than tweeting supportive words or issuing carefully prepared statements. They took to the streets alongside thousands of people to condemn the killings of black people at the hands of police and to demand reform. The video shows Sampson step in front of his assistant and an officer hit him at least twice with a baton. Then an officer aims straight at me, no ricochet, and shoots (rubber bullets) Sampson wrote. Everyone is angry but there is a way to direct that anger, actor/director Taika Waititi wrote on Twitter on Saturday.