On February 14, 2022, as a nod to Valentine’s day, Nichole M. Tucker released a 3-track album across all streaming and music downloading services. On the album, Tucker talks about dating and relationships during the COVID-19 pandemic. Each piece approached the topic from a different angle.
In the first track “New Normal”, Tucker describes the daily life a committed couple who find themselves spending more time together than normal. In track 2, ‘If You Go,’ the spoken word artist tells a story of 2 casual lovers. Finally, in ‘Thirties,’ Tucker shares the single female prospective during the pandemic.
California is in for more frequent, longer and more severe droughts than ever before! After reading through the research from NCAR, Nichole M. Tucker wrote a climate article, revealing that in Calfornia, droughts are the new normal.
Beyonce has a flare for the dramatics and the 2016 Super Bowl was no exception. Nichole M. Tucker’s latest article touches on Beyonce’s political statement at the football game and analyzes Beyonce’s new music video “Formation.”
Just a few years ago, Americans had to search high and low to spot a Bald Eagle. Now the species has re-emerged, making the East Coast of the United States their home. In a new article, written for The Inquisitr, Nichole M. Tucker, the cause of the endangerment of Bald Eagles was finally revealed.
The movie trailer for Matthew McConaughey’s upcoming film shows the talented actor giving a strong performance. In Nichole’s new article, her personal appreciation for American Civil War films shines through. In the article, Tucker wrote:
One hundred fifty-two years is a long time., but in the case of racial equality in America, it is not long enough. There is still much work to be done, and Nichole M. Tucker writes all about in her latest article.
In a brilliant article about millennials discovering The Beatles, Nichole M. Tucker writes:
“The only true difference between millennials and boomers is music. Both groups are quick-moving, political only on things that matter to them, and terribly sex-crazed. The music is fast and more computerized now, but the love songs are still about love, and nothing is new under the sun, right?”