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The Lambert Post

The student news site of Lambert High School

The Lambert Post

The student news site of Lambert High School

The Lambert Post

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“808s and Heartbreak” Analysis

HANNAH KENYON, Sports Editor April 19, 2021

Out of Kanye West’s 12 albums and projects, “808s and Heartbreak” is probably his most influential album. This album made an impact on West’s listeners from its production to its release. 808s...

“Change of Scenery II’s” official album cover.

Thoughts on Quinn XCII’s “Change of Scenery II”

COLBY LANGLEY, Features Editor March 31, 2021

On March 5th Quinn XCII, a musician covering genres from pop to reggae released his 5th full album: “Change of Scenery II.” The album itself seems to be, as it says, the second take of his original...

Album cover to Sasha Sloan’s debut album, Only Child: Photo provided by developers on October 16, 2020. Some rights reserved to

1st Half of Album Review of Only Child by Sasha Sloan

Avery Haney, News Editor November 5, 2020

 Sasha Sloan, a new 25-year-old artist on the scene, explains her debut album titled, Only Child as nothing short of a “quarter-life crisis album”. Whilst walking her audience through experiencing...

Harry Styles New Album

Chaney Duskin December 13, 2019

Harry Styles is releasing his new album "Fine Line" on December 13, 2019. This will be the second album he has made as a solo artist. Style's new album was announced in November 2019. He eventually...

Beloved Rapper Juice Wrld Died of a Seizure

Varun Joshi, Editor in Chief December 10, 2019

On December 8th, 2019, the world shook as beloved rapper, Juice Wrld, died. The rapper died of a seizure in a Chicago’s Midway airport just a few days after his 21st birthday.  Millions around the...

Music To Listen To That’s Not Christmas Music

Varun Joshi, Editor in Chief December 4, 2019

Every year, right after Halloween ends, the very minute that the clock strikes 12 and November begins, something awful happens. Every single human being in America is gripped with a sudden and furious...

Interviewing Students About Their Favorite Bands

Interviewing Students About Their Favorite Bands

Varun Joshi and Chaney Duskin, Editor-in-Chief and Sports and Entertainment Editor November 15, 2019

Yesterday, two members of The Lambert Post went around and asked students what they thought about ten popular bands. The bands we asked about were My Chemical Romance, Panic! At the Disco, The Beatles,...

My Chemical Romance Is Actually Getting Back Together

Varun Joshi, Editor-in-Chief November 2, 2019

On Halloween, My Chemical Romance (MCR) announced their reunion show, and the tickets went on sale on November 1st for $150. They sold out incredibly fast, as fans have been hoping for the band’s return...

A Review of BROCKHAMPTON’s New Album

Varun Joshi, Editor in Chief September 9, 2019

Everyone’s favorite boy band, BROCKHAMPTON, has released their sixth project, Ginger, and while the group continues their winning streak, this project has a few rougher spots than usual. The first...

Shaky Beats Music Festival returns for its third installment, May 11-13, 2018.

Shaky Beats Music Festival is coming up!

Patrick Bullock, Features Writer March 5, 2018

Atlanta, GA - Shaky Beats Music Festival returns to Atlanta's Centennial Olympic Park for its third installment, May 11-13. Shaky Beats has essentially replaced former Georgia-based EDM festivals such...

The white rose, although symbolically significant, made a respectably limited appearance through the night of the Grammys.

The Prominence of The White Rose

Ananya Mehta, Staff Writer February 13, 2018

After the Golden Globes, I realized that the repetitive emphasis on social issues had become an overwhelming aspect of any awards show. Due to redundancy used to spread the message, I had felt like the...

Blackbirds singing in the dead of night can be heard if you listen closely enough to the open air around Lambert High School. Music fills the air, and neighboring building sit silently in awe.

Exhibition at its Finest

Morgan Quach, Staff Writer October 24, 2017

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