We Voted to Leave – What Happens Now?

The voting majority in the United Kingdom has dropped a rock into the economic pool, and the ripples of the impact are not likely to subside before the end of the year. On Friday morning, millions watched as the pound went into what is commonly


Sadiq Khan: First 30 Days

How has London’s Mayor made a difference in the first 30 days of his four-year term? Sadiq Khan’s Wikipedia entry starts with the following: Sadiq Aman Khan (born 8 October 1970) is a Sunni Muslim British politician who has been the Mayor of London since

Remembering: Lana Del Rey’s ‘Ride’ – Short Film

  Taking a close look at one of the best music videos of recent years. Lana Del Rey – ‘Ride’ – 2012 – From her third EP, ‘Paradise’   From the opening shot of ‘Ride’, we are given a clear visual statement outlining both thirst for freedom and

The Inherent Rise and Fall of Justin Bieber

Sao Paulo, Brazil, November 2013. Justin Drew Bieber is heading into the chorus of his 2012 hit single ‘Boyfriend’, and most of the crowd are hyped up to the eyeballs. Somebody has came to the concert looking to make a statement. Justin warbles the last

The Five Most Racially Motivated Viral Videos

In the world of online video sharing, the victors are dictated purely by the amount of views each videos receives. Yes, there are ways of rating each piece, likes and dislike measurements, but in reality the networks thrive off popularity. Here I am thinking about