I reviewed Mudboy the first album by Sheck Wes - of "Mo Bamba" fame. It is for Exclaim! as usual and I'd love if you checked it. If anyone's got any comments or suggestions over what I should review, don't hesitate to let me know. https://exclaim.ca/music/article/sheck_wes-mudboy -Clay
I have been writing some more rap reviews for Exclaim! lately and it's been going well. Must say, I've been really enjoying the work and the ability to listen to rap for more than just the joy of it. Not sure why, but it's probably because I like to feel busy. Even when I'm on … Continue reading Review for the Books
Wrote my first legit rap review for a big time magazine - Exclaim! the one I've done some work for in the past. Check it out and let me know if you like it folks! https://exclaim.ca/music/article/young_thug-on_the_rvn
When we interact with a piece of art, there are a plethora of opinions on how we should actually interpret that which we see/read/hear/feel. Some say it is vital to understand what the creator of the artwork was intending when they created the art. Others say that this is utterly unimportant, instead the viewer out … Continue reading Meaningful Art
The first English class I ever took was an introductory course to early 20th-century literature. It was mainly Anglo-American modernism and my favourite Literature class was that one in my first year at Queen’s. I initially came to study Chemistry, but I realized that my real love was English Literature. This has meant I have … Continue reading Class Confusion: A Chemistry Student in the Literature Department
I wrote an essay for a literary criticism and theory course. The class itself is sort like an analysis of a Literature class and an overview of theory and criticism - which are quite different I've learned. My essay was about a time I've felt confused in a Lit class. I am going to post … Continue reading I Wrote An Essay!
Now that I am in my final year at Queen's, I have entered into an endless cycle of self-reflection. It's probably borne of the fact that I feel so utterly different from when I first came here. The most obvious example of which is that I though I wanted to be a radiologist entering school … Continue reading Five Year Plans