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Arts & Life
The Clarion \ March 27, 2019
Juice WRLD drops new hit album
By Kenny Cheek
Many people all over the world are obsessed
with modem day rap, hip hop, and anything
with a beat and a reference to the Hollywood
lifestyle. Juice WRLD, while still relatively
new, is one of these great influential artists that
people tend to fall in love with.
If you don’t know the name, you know the
songs. “Lucid Dreams” is one of Juice’s most
popular songs and helped spike him through
the charts and into public popularity.
Recently, on March 8, 2019, Juice released
an album titled “Death Race For Love,” in
which he tells about his experience with love,
heartbreak and his methods for coping with all
the problems that life throws at him.
With 22 songs on his album, there is pretty
much something for everyone. While many
might see some of his songs as “depressing,”
there is a ton of realness that Juice drops in
his songs, and he lets people know that he has
problems, feelings and talent all in the same
Juice shows his emotions, and is not afraid
to explain them. He sees his music as a way to
express problems and deeper things that most
people are too scared to make public.
All of the songs in his album are moving,
thrilling or just good to chill out to if you
need to be put in a certain mood. “She’s The
One” and “Desire” both relate to the feeling of
intensely loving someone, and needing them
with you to feel complete.
In the same album, however. Juice also drops
bangers like “Make Believe” showing how he
is worried that people will hurt him and leave
him, so he explains doing the same to them
before they can do anything to him.
Many of his songs are worth listening to;
“Fast” shows how he feels his life is moving
way too quickly and far too out of his control,
leaving him with the realization that he needs to
get it together and be better, but not necessarily
knowing how to do that.
Now, the entire album is explicit, and deals
a lot with the issues of drugs; Juice sings often
about how they numb his pain, and how he
enjoys using them to forget about problems,
but how they are also doing nothing to help him
build himself to what he wants to be.
In the context of talking about addictive
substances like drugs. Juice has said in an
interview with TimWestwoodTV, “I try not to,
like, make it completely a positive connotation
about it, because, realistically, doing drugs,
In the entire album, Juice shows that he is
not a perfect person, and he has his flaws and
problems that he does not know how to deal
with sometimes. His songs are all extremely
well written and produced.
In my personal opinion, his best works from
the album are what make me give it a 5 out
of 5; songs like “Empty,” “Fast,” “Hear Me
Calling,” “Robbery,” “Ring Ring” and “Make
Believe” are all so addictive to listen to, and
give any listener the understanding of what
Juice is trying to express.
Everyone has dealt with pain, loss,
overexertion and feelings of not knowing how
to fix our problems, and the songs he makes are
all emotional. They allow people to understand
the problems and relate.
Even if you are not typically a fan of rap.
Juice’s album will at the very least give you
something to relate to in the moment.
‘Death Race for Love’ album cover
Mother Teresa to be honored
at National Women's History Alliance and more
By Aia Andonovska
March is Women’s History Month. Every
year, there is a theme to inspire others around
the world to be agents of change. This year’s
theme for Women’s History Month was
“Visionary Women: Champions of Peace and
The National Women’s History Alliance
plans on honoring 11 women whose lives relate
to this theme, including Mother Teresa. Her
teachings and her legacy that she left behind
are applicable everywhere in life. A few of her
wisdoms are stated below.
“I alone cannot change the world, but I can
cast a stone across the water to create many
“If we have no peace, it’s because we have
forgotten we belong to each other.
“Kind words can be short and easy to speak,
but their echoes are truly endless.”
An advocate for change. Mother Teresa
implemented wisdom in the lives of those
around her and of people today. Her advice
still resonates, which is exactly what it was
supposed to do.
One person may not be able to change the
world, but it’s the intention that counts. Mother
Teresa may not have changed the world, but she
put her teachings out there to get things started.
so to speak. She dared to use her voice as a
woman and tell us about her thoughts.
We are all one. We are of the human race.
Despite genders, despite class, despite sexuality
or ethnicity, we are the same.
It doesn’t take much to be kind, and in
knowing we’ve done the right thing, at least
our intentions were pure and will stay with
someone as a reminder forever.
Women’s History Month isn’t just about
women. It’s about all of us pushing each other
to be the best human beings we can possibly
be. It’s about making a difference and leaving
an impact for future generations to come.