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The Echo

The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

The Echo

The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

The Echo

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Four underrated hip-hop artists

Paxon Myers December 11, 2023

Finding new artists can be hard, especially with the radio only playing hit songs from already huge artists. Exploring new music is fun, and it's enjoyable to find new, talented artists that are less known....

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Vulnerability shown in Rod Wave’s new album

Roberto Alvarez September 19, 2023

Following the release of his single, “Call Your Friends,” Rod Wave released his newest album “Nostalgia” Sept. 15. The album  is very positive and an emotional roller coaster. From the beautiful...

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Not the best, just another one

Alicia Mainjeni August 29, 2022

Record producer DJ Khaled dropped his newest album, “GOD DID” on Aug. 26th, 2022. It is full of surprises and has the media buzzing. The album features various artists, but rarely Khaled himself. Khaled...

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Review: Mr. Morale or Mr. Mediocre?

Anya Panday May 31, 2022

It’s been five years since Kendrick Lamar released his last album “DAMN,” and with such a big gap, the response to “Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers” was astounding — with Spotify and Apple...

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Cut Through the Noise: 24kGoldn feat. Lil Tecca, Cordae, Tame Impala ft. Lil Yachty

Sam Listiak October 18, 2021

Welcome to “Cut Through the Noise,” an entertainment column from the St. Louis Park Echo covering new music releases. Every week, a different Echo staffer takes on the role as writer, reviewing recent...

Senior Violet Huber listens to music while in advisory. According to Huber, her favorite genre is hip-hop and rap.

The top songs of 2018

Dahlia Krebs and Mira Malka January 17, 2019

This infographic shows the most popular songs from the last year, according to Billboard's Top Charts. They are sorted into the genres hip-hop/rap, pop, rock and country. 

Parks new dance team practices one of their routines, choreographed by coach Tontiana Kendricks, in the Dakota Foyer after school Nov. 1. The team is rehearsing multiple different routines which they will perform at boys basketball games this winter.

New dance club teaches hip-hop

Maria Perez Barriga November 6, 2018

After hearing from staff members that students wanted a dance team, coach Tontiana Kendricks said she felt compelled to teach the dancers. “It was brought to my attention by staff at Park that there...

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America’s greatest boy band

David Bryant September 24, 2018

After the absolutely insane feat of recording and producing three albums in the span of one year under the Saturation Trilogy, American rap group and self-proclaimed boy band show no signs of slowing down...

Soundset brings positive energy

Amaia Barajas May 13, 2016

As senior Jonathan Ayele looks forward to his third year at Soundset, he is most excited for the upbeat atmosphere. “The energy and vibes (of Soundset) is my favorite part, since everyone is as excited...

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