Yung Gravy is the funniest artist you know

By: Sabrina Li

Matthew Raymond Hauri, stage name Yung Gravy, tunes into a virtual press conference from his mom’s basement in Minnesota.

WMUC NEWS

On this week’s Weekly Roundup: Learn more about a new P.G. county bill against sugary drinks, an improv group on campus, and how you can safely celebrate Halloween at UMD.

On this week’s Drop the Pop: Get the latest on Ariana Grande’s new album, 21 Savage’s sequel to Savage Mode, and Megan Thee Stallion’s New York Times op-ed.

To listen, go to wmucnews.com

Duckwrth’s 'SuperGood' is like audio-medicine

By: Taneen Momeni

Photo courtesy of grammy.com
The 1824 division of Universal Music Group hosted media outlets from across the country over Zoom to promote Hip-Hop artist, Duckwrth’s now-released album SuperGood.

The album, which was finished in January, follows the story of a young couple and their love through a blend of soul, jazz, gospel and punk music.

Still Woozy makes music so we don’t have to

By Sabrina Li

Image courtesy of NME

Halfway through answering questions from youth-centered media outlets all across the country, Sven Gamsky’s (stage name: Still Woozy) muted-calico cat jumps onto his chest and lies there the rest of the call.

Last Tuesday, WMUC had the pleasure of being in a Zoom press conference, hosted by the 1824 division at Universal Music Group, to promote Still Woozy’s then-upcoming, now-released single, “BS”.

Lion Babe dances into your bedroom at NextNOW Fest

By: Madeline Redding

One can only imagine how exciting Lion Babe’s normal concerts are (image via Rolling Stone)

At virtual NextNOW Fest, Lion Babe delivered elegance and poise to a critically awkward medium. The power radiating off Jillian Hervey as she twisted and coiled inspired fun and joy as I felt the uncontrollable urge to jump up and dance with her.

Katy Perry, ten years later

By Sabrina Li

Devon Gilfillian Press Conference

What is your favorite lyric from your single “The Good Life” and what was the inspiration?

Devon Gilfillian on finding his peace

By Sabrina Li

Image courtesy of Devon Gilfillian.

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