It’s the summer album we’ve been waiting for
This album is a celebration of independence and musical brilliance.
It’s OK not to feel OK,
The musicians sings of fame and mental health, but above all, love.
‘In Wonder’ lets us see the normal side of the singer, from his family relationships to his fear of losing his voice
It’s just the balm we need to soothe the madness of this year.
The quartet’s first LP only really disappoints in terms of length.
The mega boy band, featuring performers from EXO, Shinee, NCT 127 and WayV, dropped the record last week
His newest album includes hits like 'Hot Girl Bummer' and "Me & Ur Ghost' and touches on heartbreak and rebuilding your life.
The Hongkonger isn’t afraid to dream big!
Formerly known as Rich Chigga, Rich Brian’s second album The Sailor shows a new side to the young artist whose latest songs paint a more realistic picture of his life. The album features the likes of Wu-Tang Clan rapper-producer RZA.
The creators of 'Yappie' and 'Asian Bachelorette' may be famous for comedy, but the group is serious about normalising Asian-Americans in the media.
The Asian-American hip-hop group burst onto the music scene back in the mid-00s – and they’ve only gone from strength to strength since then.
Having come a long way since his YouTube days of covering other musicians' songs, Tsui shows that he has the goods himself.
The Asian American trio have a long list of collaborators on their latest album, Identity, from K-pop superstars to some of the hottest names in US music
After four years of writing this column, I can’t believe that I can finally write those two magical words: I’ve graduated!
It’s my last week of school! Yes, you read that right. After four years of whining about the course load to you here in Young Post, the finish line is finally around the corner.
College has been a wild ride. I'm graduating in 10 weeks and am nowhere near prepared. In fact, I just fixed up my CV last night and am going to start applying for jobs later this month. It's weird.
Fall Quarter is nearly over, and it's almost too good to be true. One final exam, paper, and project, and I'll be done.
I put off schoolwork to see the band All Time Low late last month, and it was 110 per cent worth it. Not only did they play a killer set, I even bumped into Jack Barakat, the lead guitarist, and I have the selfie to prove it.
The Fault in Our Stars is yet another boy-meets-girl flick based on a bestselling novel. It could - rather crassly - be summarised as "Twilight with cancer". Both were adapted from novels with similar fan bases.