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Kanye West’s “Jesus is King” Album Key Lyrics

Written By Jannah Bolds
Editor-In-Chief, The Bold Opinion

A breakdown of the words that mean the most.

Kanye’s latest album came, surprisingly, earlier  than the anticipated “Yandhi” album. With fans still itching to get an earful of “Yandhi”, the artist made an entire energy switch by dedicating a whole project to his recent spiritual endeavors. We all know ‘Ye by now, so the spontaneity is, honestly, expected. This is a full-fledged gospel project dedicated to his love for the Holy Spirit and the artist’s personal journey, which caught some off guard.

The album is short, but meaningful with quite a few key quotes that help bridge the communication gap between he and his audience. He said in an interview that The Lord told him to “use himself”, and quite frankly, what better way for ‘Ye to use his own words.

Here are a few quotes from tracks on the album that I found powerfully communicative.
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Vegan Burgers? Let’s Take On Slutty Vegan ATL

Written by Jannah Bolds
Editor-In-Chief, The Bold Opinion
Vegan Burgers? Not a chance in Hell.

At least that’s what I thought until I found all this hype around Slutty Vegan; one of the newest, hot, foodie spots here in Atlanta. Not only is it hot, IT’S VEGAN! Continue reading Vegan Burgers? Let’s Take On Slutty Vegan ATL

Abandon Ship From Anna Faris’ New Comedy!

By Kevin Thomas
Writer, Contributor

1 out of 5 stars (one of the worst films I have ever seen)


I’ve been reviewing movies since 2005, and I’ve seen a lot of clunkers. From offensive tripe like Daddy’s Home to the incompetence that is Furry Vengeance, I’ve had my fair share of displeasure at the multiplex. However, no theatrically-released film has ever been so awful to the point that I walked out of it. Never has a film so fundamentally misunderstood its premise, characters, and message so badly that I actively had to leave. That is, until I saw the mess that is the unnecessary 2018 remake of Overboard. While the original had depth and thought-provoking commentary while still being a laugh riot, this shipwreck is content to trot out easy jokes without any of the pathos of its predecessor and completely undermines its romantic ending. Continue reading Abandon Ship From Anna Faris’ New Comedy!