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Orion Sun’s Planetary Love Songs Will Transport You

Orion Sun contains multitudes. “I definitely exist in both optimism and nihilism,” the Philadelphia-based singer-songwriter, born Tiffany Majette, told MTV News recently during a conversation about her bracing new album Hold Space for Me. Even the word “bracing” at first feels at odds with this silken collection of moony R&B-pop. But as she looks skyward…

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Ariana Grande Gets ‘Mushy’ Celebrating The Tenth Anniversary Of Victorious

Late last year, Ariana Grande gave us a nostalgic thrill when she reunited with a couple of her Victorious co-stars to perform the show’s theme song on her Sweetener World Tour. If you thought seeing that updated rendition of “Make It Shine” was emotional, then you’re going to love the pop star’s latest Victorious throwback.…

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COVID-19 Doesn’t Discriminate. Take It From This Millennial Recovering From The Virus

By Rainesford Stauffer A few weeks ago, on a Thursday evening, Conor Dillon started noticing he felt a little off. A wave of lightheadedness swept over him, followed by a headache. He doesn’t own a thermometer, but by placing the back of his hand to his forehead, he realized he had a bit of a…

I Think My Cat Is Getting Radicalized By Tiger King

Five days ago, a friend sent me an Instagram DM with little context but a lot of intrigue: “Have you seen Tiger King?” I had not, nor had I heard of what I now know is Netflix’s new limited documentary series about a group of  people who, for brevity’s sake, “work” with a variety of big cats.…

I Want To Give Blood During The Coronavirus Pandemic. But I’m Gay, So I’m Not Allowed

By Mathew Lasky Last week during the president’s COVID-19 briefing, United States Surgeon General Jerome Adams called on healthy Americans to band together and donate blood to help alleviate shortages caused by necessary social distancing measures taken to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. But giving blood is a privilege for many people, and I, like…

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Better ‘Believe It’: Rihanna Returns On PartyNextDoor’s New Song

The rumors were true: Rihanna has returned with her first recorded music since 2017. First thing Friday (March 27), she resurfaced on “Believe It,” a standout track from PartyNextDoor’s freshly released new album PARTYMOBILE. This isn’t the first time Rih and PND have linked up — the OVO signee co-wrote her ANTI tracks “Work” and…

Dua Lipa’s Future Nostalgia Is A Feminist, Disco-Fueled Ride: Listen

“Sophomore slump” isn’t even in Dua Lipa’s vocabulary. On Friday (March 27), the Brit pop star delivered her second album, Future Nostalgia, and it’s brimming with disco-pop gems to cut loose to during our long isolation. Ever since winning the Grammy for Best New Artist last year — something once considered a “curse” — Lipa…

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How to Send Nudes Without Putting Your Privacy At Risk

If you’re in a relationship but don’t live with your partner, and you’re following the CDC guidelines of social distancing to help slow the spread of COVID-19, you likely haven’t seen them in person in a while. And if you’re single and self-isolating, developing a meaningful — and physical — partnership may seem all but…

15 Years Later, Does The Office Need A Reboot?

The Office hasn’t been rebooted, but it is in the midst of a revival regardless. It’s been 15 years since the sitcom made its United States debut, and almost seven years since its finale ran, but Netflix, Jenna Fischer (Pam) and Angela Kinsey (Angela)’s rewatch podcast, and Billie Eilish are three of the culprits keeping…

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‘Unorthodox’ Remembers Atrocities Of The Past While Stepping Bravely Into The Future

“I have tears in my eyes,” 24-year-old actress Shira Haas says, responding to the shocking results of a 2018 survey by the Claims Conference, an organization dedicated to preserving the memories of Holocaust victims. The study reports that 41 percent of millennials believe that 2 million or fewer Jews were killed in the genocide (compared…