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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Smino’s sophomore effort NOIR is a masterclass in idiosyncrasy that mostly delivers on the rapper’s enormous promise but is held back by confusing stylistic choices that impede its natural flow.
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Smino’s sophomore effort NOIR is a masterclass in idiosyncrasy that mostly delivers on the rapper’s enormous promise but is held back by confusing stylistic choices that impede its natural flow.
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Self-described as playing “futuristic funk” and “soulful rap,” the 26-year-old St. Louis-based rapper’s sound and voice is reminiscent of his contemporary, Chance the Rapper, but with an overall emphasis that it’s for the bedroom.
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Self-described as playing “futuristic funk” and “soulful rap,” the 26-year-old St. Louis-based rapper’s sound and voice is reminiscent of his contemporary, Chance the Rapper, but with an overall emphasis that it’s for the bedroom.
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But St. Louis-based garage pop-rock duo Bruiser Queen isn’t all fun and games, no matter how lighthearted and upbeat its sound and appearance may seem.
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But St. Louis-based garage pop-rock duo Bruiser Queen isn’t all fun and games, no matter how lighthearted and upbeat its sound and appearance may seem.
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Huston Smith, a campus visiting professor of religious studies, died in his Berkeley home Friday after a long battle with illness. He was 97.
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Huston Smith, a campus visiting professor of religious studies, died in his Berkeley home Friday after a long battle with illness. He was 97.
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From Country Grammar to Brass Knuckles, the gold-toothed Grammy winner pulls at your heart strings and implores you to "take off all your clothes." There's something for everyone, including us UC Berkeley students. So here are 15 quintessentially Berkeley moments perfect for listening to Nelly songs. Let's help this Midwestern mogul out.
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From Country Grammar to Brass Knuckles, the gold-toothed Grammy winner pulls at your heart strings and implores you to "take off all your clothes." There's something for everyone, including us UC Berkeley students. So here are 15 quintessentially Berkeley moments perfect for listening to Nelly songs. Let's help this Midwestern mogul out.
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