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The rapper Trevor Lee rose to fame as an early American adopter of TikTok with viral hit “Barbershop Freestyle” in 2018. He got his professional start as a creative director after moving to Houston in his senior year of high school but soon found...

What Is Real – BPR Interviews: Trevor Lee

The rapper Trevor Lee rose to fame as an early American adopter of TikTok with viral hit “Barbershop Freestyle” in 2018. He got his professional start as a creative director after moving to Houston in his senior year of high school but soon found...

Pauline Jean is an internationally acclaimed Haitian American singer, songwriter, and composer who has performed everywhere from Moscow’s Tchaikovsky Concert Hall to Lincoln Center Shanghai. She graduated from St. John’s College with a Bachelors ...

Singing Truth – BPR Interviews: Pauline Jean

Pauline Jean is an internationally acclaimed Haitian American singer, songwriter, and composer who has performed everywhere from Moscow’s Tchaikovsky Concert Hall to Lincoln Center Shanghai. She graduated from St. John’s College with a Bachelors ...

Vera Molnár, considered by many scholars and historians to be the world’s first female digital artist, began her career in the mid-1940s. Born in Budapest, Hungary in 1924, Molnár started creating art at eight years old and went on to obtain BFAs...

BPR Interviews: Vera Molnár

Vera Molnár, considered by many scholars and historians to be the world’s first female digital artist, began her career in the mid-1940s. Born in Budapest, Hungary in 1924, Molnár started creating art at eight years old and went on to obtain BFAs...