By Silda Martinez California legend Snoop Dogg just dipped his toe into banda music by making a collab song with famous group Banda MS. The song, “Que Maldicion,” dropped April 30, giving us all a surprise we were not expecting. Snoop Dogg is known for switching between genres. He’s gone from bringing the funk to
By Sayeda Ghazanfar Girls, snap your fingers in a z-formation, our new it-girl is every bit as soulful, sassy and sensational as you need her to be. Lizzo’s new album dropped last month and she’s already on everyone’s radar and if she’s not on yours, she needs to be. “Cuz I Love You” is an
By Zane Mudron Through adversity, people learn more about themselves and what they are capable of. Nobody would know that better than Connor Slape. Slape is a third year saxophone player in the Riverside City College wind ensemble, who plans to transfer to Cal State Long Beach next year. He is a role model
By Adriana Lopez Music enthusiasts have been starved for something that feels new and a 17 year old anti-pop star might just be what was needed. Billie Eilish came onto the music scene in 2016 with the release of her single “Ocean Eyes.” At the age of 14 she caught the world’s attention with
by Karina Gutierrez From private events to the public eye, Ricky Casioce & The Co-Pilots bend the rules and combine genres in this up and coming exclusively instrumental band. Before launching off, Ricky Casioce & The Co-Pilots formed in 2016 with each member coming from different cities in the same community. They knew that when
by Imari Rede A warm autumn night accompanied by live jazz and a warm cup of joe, what could be better than that? The first and third Friday of every month at Back to the Grind is dedicated to the Riverside Jazz Jam. Mikaela Elson is a former Riverside City College student who attends
By Jordan Murillo Performing artist and producer Mac Miller was found dead in his Studio City home from an apparent overdose Sept. 7. He was 26 years old. Students at Riverside City College have reacted to the news in a multitude of ways. “I was a huge fan of his,” RCC student Ariana Cortez said.
In an effort to give back to their Riverside community, the Norco College Music Industry Studies Program is organizing a benefit concert in alliance with Feeding America on March 18.
Everyone hits rough patches in their life. For some, these rough patches can take such a toll that it prevents success. For others, there’s no choice but to rise above the adversity.
Their faces may look exactly the same, but their sound is drastically different.