Fitting of the topics my Twitter timeline has been fixated on lately - for whatever reason - this playlist has a very intimate, chill, date night vibe to it. Even with the influence of what social media thinks my love life should look like, I’ve been spending a lot of time alone lately. Whether I’m writing articles and planning content for the site,
With the fload of new music being pushed out every second via streaming apps, sometimes it’s easy to miss new gems that drop within that cluster. A few of my favorite creators have brought up the simplicity of the blog era and
I was sitting in my room on a Friday night when the video for Missy Elliott’s new single, Throw it Back, showed up on my timeline. There I was, excited to play what I knew would be a gem of a music video.
I’ve been searching for the words to say...about why I’m taking this death so personally. Something about this hit so close to home and apparently, I’m not the only one person - fan or not - who was impacted in this way. It’s been a major energy shift, for sure
I started my first blog in 2009, or rather that’s when I started to take blogging more seriously. Before then, Xanga and Myspace were the platforms I used to write little blurbs about teenage woes and whatever else came to mind. What was once a personal blog became
When ‘Pretty Girls Like Trap Music’ dropped in 2017, I remember listening to that entire album at least once per day that entire summer. As someone who was only a casual fan of his up to that point, that particular album was a pivotal point in my fandom. To this day, .
In November’s Letter from the Editor, I mentioned starting a monthly playlist series, but I didn’t exactly say when. Since then, so many of my personal faves have released new music and I’ve discovered a few gems to add to the vault. There are also songs that are
It’s a few days post-new year, year III of The Sky Box Suite, and the aroma of ambition is still in the air, empowering everyone - including myself - to power through yet another year and focus on a new set of goals. Last year didn’t start or end particularly spectacular, but I am ready for everything 2019 has to offer.
The most wonderful time of the year is finally upon us, just in time for The Sky Box Suite’s 2018-2019 Holiday Gift Guide for those are you who don’t exactly where to start this season. Broken up into 3 primary categories, each item is believed to at least spark an idea or provide direction when shopping for the important people in your life.
As we are transitioning into the 4th quarter of 2018, the time to sort through my music to select favorites for the annual Musical Year in Review is quickly approaching. There have been quite a few mainstream projects on the radar, however, I’m taking this as a chance to to acknowledge the projects that have seemingly gone undetected