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Panther Tracks

“90210” by Travis Scott
Sarah Saltos
Junior Duke Harper recently listened to “90210” by Travis Scott, featuring Kacy Hill. Singer/rapper Travis Scott blends traditional hip-hop and psychedelic rap. His “Astroworld” album placed him as a top global artist in 2018.

Junior Duke Harper is currently listening to “90210” by Travis Scott, featuring Kacy Hill.

“It’s a very unusual beat that transitions into an upbeat piano instrumental,” Harper said. “The contrast between the vocals of Travis Scott and Kacy Hill work together really well.”

The song delivers a melancholy and sad melody in the first half, transitioning into an uplifting mood in the end. The artist details his own struggles throughout the song and uses them to demonstrate his success throughout his life and career in the end. 

Travis Scott first began his music career in 2013 with his solo mixtape “Owl Pharaoh.” He became more prominent in 2016 with his record “Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight.” Other popular songs by the artist include “Sicko Mode” and “Goosebumps.”   

“He produces his own beats, makes his own sounds, and puts a lot of effort into his craft,” Harper said. 

“90210” by Travis Scott emphasizes finding one’s own route to success and working hard to achieve your goals amidst hardship.

You can listen to “90210” on Spotify, Apple Music, and other streaming platforms.

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Sarah Saltos, Staff Writer
Junior 1st Year with the Prowler   I love to read books and watch movies. My favorite movies are “Pride and Prejudice,” “Dead Poets Society,” and “Howl’s Moving Castle.” I watch shows like “Good Omens,” “Community,” and “Loki.” My favorite season is autumn and my favorite holiday is Halloween. My favorite superheroes are Batman, Spiderman, and Deadpool.

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