Category Archives: Grammys

Facebook’s newest ad play – Challenging YouTube

As you may know, in 2014, YouTube officially became the second-largest search engine, with over 300 hours of content uploaded every minute, and a billion unique visitors watch more than six billion hours of video every month. In combination with showcasing countless makeup … Continue reading

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The 59th Annual Grammy Awards: Your Age is Showing

The Grammy Awards is currently experiencing a big existential crisis with their consistent decline in viewership over the past few years, especially, among viewers aged 18-49. Although, the awards show did manage to at least maintain the same average rating as last year’s show … Continue reading

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And the Grammy Award goes to…Intersectional Feminism!

I always knew I liked Adele. Even though her vocal technique makes me cringe at times (as a person who holds a BMus degree in Vocal Performance, I hold vocal health and proper technique near and dear to my heart, … Continue reading

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Political Free Oscars

In scanning the headlines about social media engagement and the Oscars, I came across this interesting tool which measures the number of Facebook mentions by the minute and by state during the Oscars.  I was interested in watching this reaction … Continue reading

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Clap Along If You Were Happy to See #BlackLivesMatter on Grammys

Just when I thought I’ve had enough of “Happy”, Pharrell Williams surprised me again with a cool twist of the song on this year’s Grammy Awards. The cinematic opening, the gospel choir, and surprise entrance of Chinese pianist Lang Lang … Continue reading

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Hey Girl, You Posting Up Here All Alone?

What if I told you that the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences had only one person controlling all of their social media platforms during the Grammy Awards? You’d probably figure I was lying because there is no way … Continue reading

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