Tag: "Sherin Nicole"
MAX and Ali Gatie transport us on the dreamy waves of their new track “Butterflies”. They take us back to milestone moments of love, and forward into hopes of what love may become. “Butterflies” isn’t just a pretty song, full of R&B soulfulness, luscious vocals, and electro-pop sparkle, it has a heartbeat you can rock […]
[Bottom Left Clockwise: Photo by Thomas Falcone, Photo via RogerEbert.com, Photo by Nikolas Ray,Shadow Monster created by Mathematic] Today we’ve got Black Writers Week at RogerEbert.com, X Ambassadors release a new music video, and Travie McCoy announces signing to Hopeless Records and shares his new single. Black Writers Week at Roger Ebert This week RogerEbert.com […]
Photo: Steve Wilkie/Netflix © 2021 It’s a question you’ve likely wondered or heard: When is the superhero trend going to end? It makes sense to ask. Since trends are cyclical, they ebb and flow in the stream of pop culture popularity. Therefore the best answer to that question came from my good friend Martin Bosworth: […]
The best part about idobi is that you can get your fix of “alternative music whenever wherever.” Doesn’t matter if you’re taking a walk, at the gym, or working from home—we got you!
idobi Radio’s Sing It Your Way campaign embraces the songs we notoriously get the lyrics wrong for—songs we all sing along with in shower, at karaoke night, folding laundry, or driving with the radio on (hopefully iR, Howl, or Anthm). In this campaign we encourage new and current listeners to sing their favorite songs with […]
A lot of what is most intriguing about the first three episodes of the new Disney+ series WandaVision, from Marvel Studios, is indicative of a lot of what’s wrong in America.
Each episode of the new Netflix version of the series begins with the artist(s) themselves and a short visual biography of their careers. Somehow something so simple—the realness of it all—goes straight to your heart.
idobi’s Chief Creative Officer & CMO Sherin Nicole wrote a review for the Alliance of Women Film Journalists (AWFJ) that nails the film and dives into the highs and lows of it.