[et_pb_section admin_label="section"][et_pb_row admin_label="row"][et_pb_column type="4_4"][et_pb_post_title admin_label="Post Title" global_module="17310" saved_tabs="all" title="on" meta="on" author="on" date="on" categories="off" comments="off" featured_image="on" featured_placement="background" parallax_effect="on" parallax_method="on" text_orientation="center" text_color="dark" text_background="on" text_bg_color="#ffffff" module_bg_color="#ffffff" title_text_color="#3e2754" use_border_color="off" border_color="#ffffff" border_style="solid"] [/et_pb_post_title][et_pb_text admin_label="Text"] Imagine this: loud music, people dancing and singing, crowds screaming and jumping, the bass vibrating through your bones. Who do
J. Cole is an artist who we haven’t heard from a while, and his new album “4 Your Eyez Only” finally released last week. Cole had a lot of expectations with the release of his new album, considering that his last release, “2014 Forest Hills Drive” went platinum with no
Not all big artists put Kansas City on the map for the tours they go on. However, many well-known, talented artists have come here to Kansas City to perform. Some students at South have experienced significant ones. A big one several students went to recently was G-Eazy on
There are many stereotypes about choir kids, and though some (most) are true, there are many that are not. Here are some stereotypes that aren't necessarily true, and why. 1.All that we ever do is sing Yes, as choir kids we love to sing (if not we wouldn't have joined if we
“Who is Twenty One Pilots?” Any english major would recognize this phrase from Arthur Miller’s play "All My Sons", most adults may think it’s some new lingo. Though Twenty One Pilots are mentioned in “All My Sons” and this phrase is going around, there is an alternative meaning. With their sophomore
On-the-rise hip hop performer Chance the Rapper will be playing at the Midland in Kansas City on October 14th. Chance will be accompanied by fellow rappers, Towkio and D.R.A.M., along with Atlanta based producer, Metro Boomin. If you’ve never heard of Chance the Rapper, you have probably heard one of his
Lights flashing, ground shaking, bass bumping, some students at South experience this feeling in the crowd, but others know what it feels like coming from the stage. “Your perspective on things really change when you find out that something you’ve poured your heart and soul into has impacted someone so much,
Tune in on South’s most upcoming dance, and why it isn’t one to miss!
Music is an outlet for emotions, a way for people to express and share their thoughts without necessarily saying them. Music helps people from different backgrounds, cultures and lifestyles to connect to other people on a deeper, more emotional level.