The Intruder (2019)

Eleanor Saunders | Staff Writer

Streaming on Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV and more, The Intruder follows Scott and Annie Russell as they buy their first house together. The house is situated on a beautiful piece of land that is well taken care of. The house itself is the envy of the town. Charlie Peck, the previous owner of the house, helps the Russell family move in, but there is more to Charlie than what meets the eye. Moving from the city to a rural town, Scott and Annie face a life changing challenge as they settle into their new home. 


Flatbush Misdemeanors (2021)

Jaz Bryant | Editor-in-Chief

“Flatbush Misdemeanors” follows the daily life of down-on-their-luck friends. Dan, an underappreciated teacher, took in Kevin, a struggling artist. The two friends grapple with finding success and love in the neighborhood of Flatbush, Brooklyn. Zayna rounds out the cast as an underachieving student who only knows how to hustle and Drew, her drug-dealing uncle who takes care of her. The comedy, created by Dan Perlman and Kevin Iso, captures the essence of being young and inspired. Each line is shocking, titillating and humorous.


Songs in The Key of Life by Stevie Wonder (1976)

Nadia Hargett | Staff Writer

Stevie Wonder’s eighteenth studio album, “Songs in The Key of Life,” is an iconic soul and R&B Motown masterpiece that features some of Wonder’s most famous songs, including “Isn’t She Lovely,” “Sir Duke,” and “As” among many others. Even 45 years after its release, it’s still held as an iconic display of musicality. With 21 songs making up its tracklist, there isn’t a shortage of music for you to listen to from this album. With its joyous melodies and heartfelt lyrics, you’re sure to find yourself ascending at the sound of this masterpiece.


Play with the Changes by Rochelle Jordan (2021)

Micah Oliphant | Staff Writer

Rochelle Jordan’s debut studio album gives way to a new generation of house music. Jordan’s 12 track album provides the audience with a captivating and cohesive mix of U.K. dance/electronic and Chicago house. The album experiments with emotions and feelings, both romantically and in terms of her art. It’s a great testament to how Rochelle has grown within the industry and how she has found her voice, especially in the opening track ‘Love You Good.’ Jordan expresses vulnerability and the longing for someone in songs like ‘All Along’ and ‘Next to You.’ The songs ‘Already’ and ‘Count It ’ are about Jordan declaring her independence, staying true to herself and not settling for just anyone. Jordan’s vocals, her ethereal tone and outstanding production make this work an easy listen.