Dust & Breath's Weekly Top 5

Hey guys, hope you enjoyed last week's top 5 because i'm back with another round of things that caught my eye this week. These are just a few things that I felt were worth sharing, with that kick back and enjoy the first weekend of June.



This week when I was galavanting through my twitter feed on my lunch break, I came across this piece of gold. Bieber who is featured in the first mainly spanish song to reach number one since the macarena, here, couldn’t seem to remember his chart topping lyrics. Fans at 1 Oak were quick to pull out their phones to document what they thought would be a memorable performance, instead they heard Biber say things just like “I don’t know the words so I say ‘Dorito’.” However, maybe this grand mistake could turn into Bieber’s own Doritos ad campaign? Go ahead and check it out yourself, here.




Sunday night while playing the Miami Marlins Trout in an attempt to steal second slid headfirst and in return jammed his thumb into the base, resulting in a torn ligament. Trout has found himself on the disabled list and will be out for 6-8 weeks and could very well miss the all-star game. Say a prayer for my guy Mike Trout and check out this clip, here.



I’m sure by now you’ve all at least heard about the tragic incident that happened last week at Ariana Grande’s Manchester show. So many celebrities and fans have reached out to give their condolences to those affected. Although this week, after Grande reached out to the families she announced that she would return to Manchester. She tweeted this post tuesday announcing “One Love Manchester” a show that's proceeds would benefit the victims and families affected by this attack. Grande was able to provide fans with a phenomenal line artists like Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry, Pharrell, and Coldplay are all set to perform at the benefit. For any updates on this event or to see how you can livestream it, here.



On Tuesday, the Cleveland Cavaliers announced that they would be modernizing the team's logo for the 2017-18 season. The change has been made to reflect the franchises growth and show the team's evolution. Check out the new versions of their logo, here.



If you’re looking to binge watch a new show, look no further. I honestly dived into this show for two simple reasons, it's trending on Netflix and I wanted to see if Cole Sprouse was still a good actor. Riverdale explores small town life through the eyes of a few high-schoolers and their families. It reveals the dark shadows that lie beneath a classic small town facade. With plenty of plot twists and amazing character development i'll be patiently waiting for what season two has to hold.  

Andrew Diaz
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Andrew is from Las Vegas, Nevada and is a junior at Vanguard University in Southern California studying Communications. Andrew loves people and Pop Culture. You can find him drinking an iced vanilla latte surrounded by friends.