5 Female Vocalists that More People Should Be Aware of

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Despite the fact that the pop charts are still dominated by men, and according to USC News, songwriting and producing are roles predominantly occupied by men, there is no denying the contributions women have made to the music industry. Just ask Mariah Carey, who has 18 number-one hit singles on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart, ...

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Cliché Magazine October/November

By Cliché Magazine

114 pages, published 10/12/2018

Inside, cover star Genevieve O'Reilly talks about the importance of family in acting, her roles in The Ferryman and Tin Star, and more; cover star Jasmine Luv opens up about how good it feels to make people laugh, her role on Starter Pack, and more; actor Sheaun McKinney talks his journey as an actor and new comedy series The Neighborhood; actress Tati Gabrielle discusses her role on Chilling Adventures of Sabrina; and much more! Below, please…

Top 5 Guilty Pleasure Films from the 90’s

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90s films are a whole genre within themselves. They tackled the themes like crime, undercover spies and a future beyond. The movies became guilty pleasure because they came during a time when we thought these stories could never possibly exist. These films became cult classics. Who can’t recall The Matrix, Fight Club or Men in ...

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Top 5 Reasons Black Lighting is Different from Other Superhero Shows

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Black Lighting has returned to the small screen with season two and if you are not watching… you need to!   This extraordinary series, based on the DC Comics character, is so much more than a superhero show. Black Lighting focus on the Pierce family and the community of Freeland. Here are five reasons why Black ...

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Sofia Vergara Tops the Highest-Paid TV Actress List

Once Again, Sofia Vergara Tops the Highest-Paid TV Actress List

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Curious which TV actresses made the highest-paid list from Forbes this year? This month, Forbes released the list and it’s not too surprising based on the last 7 years. Sitting at the very top of the list, Sofia Vergara is now on her 7th year in a row as the reigning salary for actresses in ...

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15 Years Later and ‘Wicked’ the Musical Is Still Going Strong

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Wicked’s success came 15 years ago in the year 2003, thrilling theater-goers with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz and a story based on Gregory Maguire’s 1995 novel Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West. The novel was a creative interpretation of the classic Frank L.Baum tale, The Wonderful Wizard ...

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Five Places we see Disney Princesses’ Influence on Little Girl’s Clothing

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Disney’s Princesses are something many little girls look up to. From Belle to Moana, each character has their own unique characteristics and styles that make them stand out and appeal to each, unique little girl who loves them. This influence is often seen in little girl’s clothing in a variety of ways. From the prim and ...

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Bands Interviewing Bands: Sam Hale & Rändi Fay

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Today we bring together Nashville psych-rock artist Sam Hale and Wisconsin singer-songwriter Rändi Fay for our latest Bands Interviewing Bands. After years of sharing his music in Los Angeles, Sam Hale decided to continue his journey in Nashville where he's just released his latest EP, Somewhere Between Love and War. The new EP holds nothing back, as Hale gives ...

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Trilingual artist Betta Lemme is making waves across the globe

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Trilingual artist Betta Lemme is making waves across the globe with her smash hit "Bambola" - a song Betta wrote to empower herself after coming out of a bad relationship. Little did she know that track would become a viral sensation when she landed in NYC all alone with just a suitcase in search of ...

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“Mayans MC” Actress Carla Baratta is Living the American Dream

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During her formative years in Venezuela, Carla Baratta always used art and performance as a vehicle for creative self-expression. However, it was her time at the New York Film Academy that permanently awakened the acting bug within her as a teen. Initially intimidated by the bright lights of Hollywood, Carla returned to Venezuela before plucking ...

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Lil Yachty: ‘Nuthin’ 2 Prove’ Album Review

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If you name your album Nuthin’ 2 Prove, it means that you’re well aware you have sumthin’ to prove but are not confident you can deliver OR you rap under the name Lil Yachty and you really couldn’t care less about pleasing the rap illuminati.   Artists emerging from the current Atlanta rap scene have the ...

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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: The Worst Musical on Broadway

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As a musical fanatic and a huge Gene Wilder fan, I was absolutely ecstatic to see Charlie and the Chocolate Factory on Broadway. Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory was a large part of my childhood and still is one of my favorite movies of all time. I couldn’t wait to see what kind of ...

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Bronze Radio Return Discusses New Music and Tour

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Drummer Rob Griffith of Bronze Radio Return took time to answer some questions about the band’s new music and upcoming tour for Cliché Magazine. From discussing their latest body of work that will be released as a series of singles and EPs, their own musical tastes, and what they’re excited about in their upcoming tour, ...

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Our Latest Issue

Covers: Jasmine Luv and Genevieve O'Reilly
Inside, cover star Jasmine Luv opens up about how good it feels to make people laugh, her role on Starter Pack, and more; cover star Genevieve O'Reilly talks about the importance of family in acting, her roles in The Ferryman and Tin Star; actor Sheaun McKinney talks his journey as an actor and new comedy series The Neighborhood.
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