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Rapper DaBaby’s humble rise to success

Rapper DaBaby’s humble rise to success

Riyana Walker

October 29, 2019

DaBaby is currently the best new rapper producing music. When talking about success, DaBaby has climbed the charts on all platforms. With winning a Black Entertainment Television award this year, being number one on the charts, and having a couple of his songs go platinum, he has achieved many amazing ac...

Violin propels Caden Rasmussen into his future

Violin propels Caden Rasmussen into his future

Jordyn Grist

March 20, 2019

Caden Rasmussen was just 8 years old when he picked up his first violin. According to Rasmussen, his first inspiration to start playing came from his mom, who used to pluck the violin. Lessons were a given, and have been apart of Rasmussen’s weekly schedule since the first time he picked up the...

Music Talk Episode 4

Music Talk Episode 4

Riyana Walker

March 18, 2019

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The Art of Music: Peyton Siegler shares her story

The Art of Music: Peyton Siegler shares her story

Jordyn Grist

February 28, 2019

Cello. Piano. Guitar. Ukulele. Four different instruments combined into one, singular passion for music. Freshman Peyton Siegler discovered her love of music in fifth grade, when the sixth grade band and orchestra teachers brought over instruments for her to test out. She was immediately drawn to the...

Weezer Releases “Weezer (Teal Album)”

Weezer Releases “Weezer (Teal Album)”

Austin Stadie

February 25, 2019

It’s been 25 years since Weezer released their first album, and before the release of their much anticipated “Weezer (Black Album)” next month, they have dropped a 10 track cover record that runs for just over 36 minutes. Weezer was all over social media in May of last year when they released their...

Feeling the Music: Sophomore Mollie Paeth Expresses Her Talent

Feeling the Music: Sophomore Mollie Paeth Expresses Her Talent

Jordyn Grist

February 4, 2019

The HHS Orchestra only consists of a small group of 20 to 30 students. Among these students is sophomore Mollie Paeth, who’s played violin since five years ago, in fifth grade. She’s been taking lessons every Saturday since then to keep up with her practice; each week, she brings her violin ho...

James Blake Returns With “Assume Form”

James Blake Returns With “Assume Form”

Austin Stadie

January 31, 2019

London-based singer, songwriter, and producer James Blake hadn’t released an album in over two years, but was extremely active working on a number of massive albums like, “Lemonade,” “Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight,” “4:44,” “Black Panther: The Album,” and “Astroworld.” He is fin...

Kris Wu branches out with new album, “Antares”

Kris Wu branches out with new album, “Antares”

Austin Stadie

November 15, 2018

Kris Wu's "Antares" marks his first musical venture since leaving K-pop boy band "EXO" in 2014. Wu made an interesting transition, going from a K-pop band to a solo hip-hop artist. During his time in "EXO," he garnered plenty notoriety in China, which allowed him to secure a number of big features from p...

Music of Huntley – First Edition

Music of Huntley – First Edition

Trevor Wolinsky

October 15, 2018

In this edition of "Music of Huntley," staff writer Trevor Wolinsky goes around the school and asks students what they're listening to. Find out what's popular among students here at HHS! ...

Kendrick Lamar continues to make history with the release of “Black Panther: The Album”

Kendrick Lamar continues to make history with the release of “Black Panther: The Album”

Austin Stadie

March 23, 2018

The last decade has seen a number of powerful and thought provoking artists break onto the scene. Widely considered to be the king of that list is Kendrick Lamar. Time and time again he raises the bar, and does that once again with the creation of Black Panther’s soundtrack. It has been just seven short years since he ...

The Tune-Up: February

The Tune-Up: February

Sophie Gire

February 23, 2018

This month, we took a bit of an abstract look at music as a whole. Different kinds of music seem to exist as a wide range of blended styles, a lot like the color spectrum that ranges from the warmest, most fiery reds all the way to the coolest, calmest blues. Not only are the songs on this month's playlist...

“Trip” and fall for Keys N Krates’ “Cura”

“Trip” and fall for Keys N Krates’ “Cura”

Sarah Biernat

February 15, 2018

Hi, my name is Sarah Biernat, and parties cause me great anxiety. A group any bigger than half a dozen people makes me want to crawl in a hole, so the possibilities of seeing me out at a rave are very slim. I have worked around human interaction by jamming out to trap EDM when I’m locked in my r...

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