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Who’s your favorite musician and why?

Jamari Lake

Social Work major

Edison

Second year

Tyler, the Creator: I find his growth as an artist interesting. The way [his] songs’ subject matter shifted so dramatically from one era to the next.”

Janki Patel

Biotechnology major

Edison

Second year

Camila Cabello: she’s cute and sings well. She has grown into a gorgeous and independent woman, and [I] will expect the best of her.”

Jackson Petroski

Business major

Piscataway

Third year

My favorite musician, I guess, [is] the Grateful Dead. My father basically played it all the time, so I grew up with it, and I’m used to it.”

Pooja Patel

Biology and Chemistry major

Edison

Third year

[My] favorite musician [is]A.R. Rahman. He is [a] very popular Indian musician, composer and music director. He is my favorite because his musics are very inspiration[al] and motivating.”

Javean Payne

Liberal Arts – Communication major

Piscataway

First year

My favorite artist has to be Eminem because of his consistency and how he works on his music, and how long he’s been in hip-hop and the impact he has on so many people, not only in hip-hop, but so many other genres and how many lives that he can save.” 

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