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    In The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, the main character, Jay Gatsby, is a wealthy man who lives in a mansion. However, Gatsby was not always rich. In fact, he grew up on a poor farm in North Dakota. His love for Daisy Buchanan caused him to strive for fame and fortune with the hope of winning her over. F. Scott Fitzgerald’s story is very similar. He too grew up poor and became famous in order to win over the woman he loved. Jay Gatsby and Fitzgerald wanted to live the American Dream. Much…

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    England, its music style from the 1950s rock and roll, and pioneered the psychedelic rock, pop rock and other genre. In 1962, it released the first single "Love Me Do". In 1963, it issued the first album "Please Me", a record for 30 consecutive weeks ranked British pop album charts of the top of the record. April 4, 1964, set the sweep of the billboard Hot…

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    Lil Wayne Research Papers

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    and critically. The album debuted at number one the U.S. Billboard Top 200 chart, with sales of 1.005million copies in its first week of availability. It had the largest first-week sales for any album released in 2008 in the U.S. It is the first album to the million mark in a week since “The Massacre,” an album by American rapper 50 Cent released in 2005. By the end of 2008, it had sold a total of 2.88 million copies. The album produced four successful singles including “Lollipop,” “A Milli,”…

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    of her college in order to make her career in the U.S. music field. She earned a place in girl group Eden’s Crush which gave hits such as Get Over Yourself. Their album Popstars reached at number six of Billboard 200 and also became the first female act on the Hot 100 Singles Sales chart to debut at number one. Later, the band disbanded due to bankruptcy. Nicole Scherzinger was then approached by singer will.i.am to…

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    seem to be a dime a dozen. New wars, scandals, controversies, and otherwise seem to find their way into the mainstream media on the daily. As newer generations find themselves in the midst of it all, gaining a platform to be heard and see the change one desires can feel impossible. Whether it be today, 20 years ago, or 50 years ago, getting your voice heard in the global sphere is troubling for younger generations. This sense of not being able to control the politics that affect your life can be…

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    Demi Lovato And Feminism

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    will show how Demi Lovato is connected to Feminism. Demi Lovato has had a very interesting life filled with achievements and bumpy paths. Demi was born on August 20th, 1992 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Demi Lovato has two sisters named, Dallas and one named Madison. She was a success on many different television shows like; Barney…

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    Beyonce

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    total of 20 awards and 53 nominations from the Grammys for her music (as a solo artist and with Destiny's Child), she is the most nominated woman in Grammy history! For the purpose of picking more of an artistic video to analyze I chose her second single from her third studio album “ I am.. Sasha Fierce” called “If I were a boy”. The lyrics of "If I Were a Boy" are about a gender-swapping thought experiment, through which Beyoncé brings up the feelings and mannerisms of a strained…

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    History Of Motown Records

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    go on television shows like American Bandstand. American Bandstand was known for playing the freshest and hottest music and dance moves which was popular to the youth(Majority were white viewers also).The host of American Bandstand was Dick Clark, one of the largest television producer and host. Knowing Dick Clark could lead Motown to be a major success, Gordy tried his best for him and his artists to be noticed. Dick Clark invited the Supremes to go his “Caravan of Stars” tour around the world.…

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    as well as show how good and tough a father can be. In one of the final verses before the end of the song, Will Smith raps “It’s a full-time job to be a good dad // You got so much more stuff than I had.” These few lines seem minimal but they result in a very large impact to somebody that may be listening. This verse continues to tug at the idea that mothers are people that are not needed because, when in doubt or against all odds, the single father becomes a dominant figure that saves the day,…

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    February 26, 2011. This date marked the release of Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” single, which debuted as number one on the Billboard Hot 100 (Wiser). Lady Gaga, otherwise known as Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, is an influential and unique pop singer songwriter in America. Her music reaches out to those of all ages, genders, and races. Gaga is well known for being ‘different’ throughout her pop culture career for things such as, her bold fashion choices that included showing up to an award…

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