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    Other argue stealing music takes away from the artist’s credibility, others realize free downloads create more exposure. Yet there are still artist who make the top with free downloads. On The Billboard Hot 100 Nelly seems to be number one when in that era people were still downloading music and probably downloading that song as well. The evidence shows that even with having free downloads Nelly, a famous artist, was still able to make number one in the charts for ten weeks. Even with illegal ways of watching the World Cup or World Series there are still people who watch it on their cable and the channels still get their viewers. Although there are people who steal because it benefits them to save money or time that does not define everyone so it does not matter, if an artist is great they will make it to the…

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    2010 with the release of his first solo single “Just the way you are” from his debut studio album. Both the single and the album shot to number one and became a huge success, being named that year's “finest pop debut” by Billboard Hot 100. Ever since then it was a constant rise of success for Bruno. Some key themes that are in Bruno’s music that reflect our culture are temporary relationships, laziness, and self image. In his song “When I was your name” Bruno talks about losing a significant…

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    Michael Jackson Thriller

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    Michael Jackson’s sixth album, “Thriller,” is Michael's one of the most famous album. The album was released on November 30, 1982 by Epic Records and have won eight Grammy Awards in 1984. Even till today it’s still the best selling album in music. It have a totally of nine songs, including, “Beat it,” “Billie Jean,” “The Girl is Mine,” “Thriller,” and many more. The songs on the album includes pop, rock, R&B, funk, and disco. Most of the songs are in the format of simple verse chorus where…

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    intention of achieving mass distribution and sales now principally in the form of recordings" (Merriam-Webster.com), played a significant role in the daily life of people of the 20th and 21st centuries. From psychedelic to rock, modern music encompassed it all. As time progressed, the quality and genre adapted to the people 's interests. Some artists decided to go against the grain and change popular music for the better. These five artists- Michael Jackson, Elvis Presley, The Beatles, Pink…

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    Onika Maraj, better known as Nicki Minaj is the most famous female rapper of our time. Nicki Minaj was born December 8, 1982. She was born in Saint James, Trinidad and Tobago. She was then raised in South Jamaica, Queens, New York. Nicki Minaj gained public attention after her releasing of three mixtapes between 2007 and 2009. She later signed a recording contract with Young Money Entertainment in 2009. In 2010, Nicki Minaj released Pink Friday and it reached number one on the US Billboard 200.…

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    I shove my headphones into my ears and turn up the song I 'm obsessed with, Tainted Love by Marilyn Manson. I light another cigarette then neared off to the park where I can be alone. ~ I push the snow off the bench and plop down. The park is quiet and lonely; no one in sight except for me. I look at the jungle gym and study the frost on the bars. I wish for a damn miracle. I twirl my foot in the snow making an imperfect circle. I switch positions and feel the papers in my back pocket; I take…

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    Reflective Essay Red Lines

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    Angry red lines. That’s what I called them. I hated them, loathed them. But at the same time, I needed them. I needed the pain, the sight of blood on my wrist. But summer was coming soon. It would be too hot for jumpers and long sleeves, so I was trying to go cold turkey. But it was so hard. So, so hard. Often I found myself holding the blade in my hands. Most of the time, I don’t even mean to. It just sort of, happened. And I hated myself for it. I wanted to stop. I really did. But it was like…

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    “Oh, no. Oh, no, no, no, no! This is going to be bad I know it will!” I think. The internet is down so I can’t do any research either! I need to stop and think of all the possibilities it could be. “Not a volcano, not an earthquake, not a mudslide, not a tsunami, not a drought. That leaves Tornado and Hurricane. Great I’m back to these two again. We’re not that close to the ocean so that leaves tornado. I didn’t think we could get those up here!” I consider. I have to warn people! But how? I…

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    seem to care what the social standards have to say, and they are comfortable with the way they look. There are many different ways men and women view themselves and women are much more uncomfortable with what they see. Barry sarcastically points out that all men think of themselves as average looking. He says, “Being average does not bother them; average is fine, for men. This is why men never ask anybody how they look” (Barry par. 3). I grew up in a house of three brothers and three sisters…

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    In the world that we live in, there is often upsets in our lives and in the lives around us. Being that we are all a part of one society, everything that happens to one society happens to every other society as well. In the article, " The Earth is Cruel", by Leonard Pitts, he goes on to discuss all of the horrible things that occur in Haiti, and how they are still able to stand back up on their feet and move forward with their lives. In this article, I believe that there is one central theme…

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