APPLAUSE vs ROAR

GAGA vs PERRY

[originally posted 13 Aug. 2013]
It’s been a hectic week in the world of pop. With the leaking of Katy Perry’s latest release ‘Roar’ and Lady Gaga’s new song ‘Applause’, both Katycats and Little Monsters were sent into a meltdown! Both pop artists are head to head with their releases, and with both set to make an appearance at the MTV VMA’s, it’s only a matter of time before we see which one comes out on top.

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A Trip to the Cinema: Now You See Me

When a cast includes Morgan Freeman and Michael Caine, you can take your seat in the cinema safely knowing that what you are about to watch will be magnificent. 


Directed by Louis Leterrier, this sleek crime thriller is filled with great acting and an amazing plot. It is one of those great films that gradually leads you into one direction and just when you think you’re close to figuring out who is behind it all, BAM! You are pulled into another direction, left constantly doubting your intuitions until the film finally gives the game up.

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Tinie Tempah, 2 Chainz, Mario and Nicki Minaj in new music releases

Newly released songs and videos to check out:

Tinie Tempah – Trampoline ft. 2 Chainz

The English rapper is back with a new song called ‘Trampoline’ and it’s definitely one to jump around to. Featuring the American rapper 2 Chainz, the song is definitely one that is aiming to be heard worldwide. With lyrics such as ‘Sydney, what’s going down. New York, what’s going down. LA, what’s going down. Vegas, what’s going down…, it is clear to see that Tinie wants people all over the world to be dancing to this track. 

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A trip to the cinema: Despicable Me 2

So yesterday I went to the cinema with a couple of friends to see Despicable Me 2. As a twenty-year-old university student sitting in the back of the cinema, I could see parents dotted around the seats with their children and began to wonder whether they would think it questionable for girls our age to be watching a film whose main audience appeared to be small children.
Fast forward past the trailers and adverts to the beginning of the film and all worries melt away as you become enthralled into the world of imagination and fun that makes most of us who are past our teens feel like we have a part of our childhood back, which is what most of us wish for.

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