Tag Archives: music

CSUSB’s extravagant artistic expression

By Rafael Velasquez |Staff Writer| The Arts and Music Festival attracted hundreds of guests of all groups, ages and careers on May 13 on campus, stretching from the art building to the Lower Commons. The…

Dia Latino

By Elina Urrutia |Staff Writer| Come learn and experience Latino culture. Día Latino is a celebration of Latino culture, presented by Acto Latino and Los Amigos Spanish Club. The event will…

African American sings narcocorridos

By Rafael Velasquez |Staff Writer| African-American sings narcocorridos. The first African-American, known as “El Compa Negro,” Spanish for “The Black Dude,” emerged into the regional Mexican music scene, dominated by mostly Mexican and Spanish speaking Mexican-Americans,…

Free Music Apps

By Misty Williams |Staff Writer| If you are interested in finding new music for free, there are some very resourceful apps available for IOS and Android. The first app is Soundwave, an…

Fifth Harmony Album Review

By Lupe Perez |Staff Writer| The girls of Fifth Harmony released their empowering sophomore album titled “7/27″on May 27, assuring women can do anything if they work hard at it….