100 songs for the 2010s: Becky G & Natti Natsha’s ‘Sin Pijama’ #8

Hello! We are already on #8. Struggling but going strong. We are discussing Becky G & Natti Natsha’s ‘Sin Pijama’. Another recent entry into the list (released in 2018), ‘Sin Pijama’ showcases another change in the popular music of the last decade (in addition to the genre-defying changes of #7). Sung entirely in Spanish, ‘SinContinue reading “100 songs for the 2010s: Becky G & Natti Natsha’s ‘Sin Pijama’ #8”

100 songs for the 2010s: Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia Line’s ‘Meant to Be’ #7

Hello! I really need to up my introduction game because I’m already getting bored of the whole ‘Welcome to entry #*insert number here*’ thing. It’s #7, though. Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia Line’s ‘Meant to Be’ is one of the newer entries on the list. So far, as the list is alphabetical, majority of AsContinue reading “100 songs for the 2010s: Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia Line’s ‘Meant to Be’ #7”

100 songs for the 2010s: Baauer’s ‘Harlem Shake’ #6

Hello! And welcome to the #6 entry on the list. This time around, we are not really talking about a song but rather a meme-full pop-culture event – Baauer’s ‘Harlem Shake’. I’m not counting ‘Harlem Shake’ as a song because up until opening a page to write this blog post, I did not know theContinue reading “100 songs for the 2010s: Baauer’s ‘Harlem Shake’ #6”

100 songs for the 2010s: Azealia Banks feat. Lazy Jay’s ‘212’ #5

Hello! And welcome to #5 entry and perhaps the most controversial song on the list so far – Azealia Banks feat. Lazy Jay’s ‘212’. I won’t pretend to understand the culture behind this song but will tell you my personal take on it. I think I stumbled upon this song on YouTube in 2012, aContinue reading “100 songs for the 2010s: Azealia Banks feat. Lazy Jay’s ‘212’ #5”

100 songs for the 2010s: Avicii’s ‘Levels’ #4

Hello! Welcome to day 2 of the challenge and #4 song on the list. This is the first quite sombre entry – Avicii’s ‘Levels’. Coming out in the early 2010s and absolutely dominating the radio and the charts, ‘Levels’ brought EDM music into the forefront. Suddenly, the beats of the underground and club scenes wereContinue reading “100 songs for the 2010s: Avicii’s ‘Levels’ #4”

100 songs for the 2010s: Ariana Grande’s ‘Thank U, Next’ #3

Hello! This is the third entry in the December project! I am truly hitting the full trifecta for the day 1 posts by featuring something unknow (#1), something I loved (#2), as well as something I dislike. And, oh boy, I’m probably gonna get hate for this. The third entry is Ariana Grande’s ‘Thank U,Continue reading “100 songs for the 2010s: Ariana Grande’s ‘Thank U, Next’ #3”

100 songs for 2010s: A Tribe Called Quest’s ‘We The People’ #1

Hello! And welcome to the 1st of the planned 100 posts this month. More details about my December project here. The song that we are starting the month with is A Tribe Called Quest’s ‘We The People’. It is an interesting song to start a decade overview with because I have heard it for theContinue reading “100 songs for 2010s: A Tribe Called Quest’s ‘We The People’ #1”

100 Songs for 2010s: A series

Hello! And welcome to something a little bit different! Both those who have been reading my blog for a while and those just opened it for the first time and scrolled for 15s can tell that its main focus has been films and cinema. At the beginning (2014-2015), I would sometimes post about fashion orContinue reading “100 Songs for 2010s: A series”

Movie review: The Nutcracker and Four Realms

Hello! And welcome to a review of a first Christmas movie of the 2018 holiday season. If the whole season will be as rocky as its start, then we can just cancel Christmas. This is a quite negative (as you have probably already guessed) review of The Nutcracker and Four Realms. IMDb summary: A young girlContinue reading “Movie review: The Nutcracker and Four Realms”

5 ideas about a movie: Halloween!

Hello! And welcome to a review of a horror film by a horror-hater. This is Halloween! IMDb summary: Laurie Strode comes to her final confrontation with Michael Myers, the masked figure who has haunted her since she narrowly escaped his killing spree on Halloween night four decades ago Me being a horror-hater, I have never actuallyContinue reading “5 ideas about a movie: Halloween!”