Articles by: Busrah Osmanoglu
I'm the author of Bee's Buzzing Honeycomb, a website that covers a variety of topics from music, TV/Film. The site features reviews, latest news and has its very own Twitter and Facebook pages. Follow Bee's Buzzing Honeycomb on Twitter. I am a 2009 graduate with a Media Studies degree and my ultimate goal is to become a magazine journalist. I recently completed a training course with Catch 22 Academy, who have helped me to take a step into the right direction. I have learnt a lot of what I consider to be essential skills to have in the world of journalism. For that I am grateful. I recently worked as a freelance journalist for a UK website where the content is based around parenting and discussing how music/movies/social media influences the younger generation.

Sleeping With Dreams (Part Two)

July 1, 2013 1:00 pm0 comments
Sleeping With Dreams (Part Two)

Like everyone else, I’m a dreamer. Bearing this in mind, I have separated the interpretation of dreams and nightmares. Dreams are a representation of what we expect to get out of life. As for nightmares, they signify one’s fears. Labeling one’s good and bad dreams as dreams and nightmares, is […]

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Sleeping With Dreams (Part One)

June 18, 2013 3:33 pm0 comments
Sleeping With Dreams (Part One)

You might want to get a cup of tea and a nice selection of biscuits. This might be a long episode. But whatever you do, don’t fall asleep! In fact, so we can avoid such instances, I have decided to divide this title into two parts. Feast your eyes on […]

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Ill Manored Streets Of London City

June 1, 2013 8:18 pm0 comments
Ill Manored Streets Of London City

Living in central London, you start to get used to the lifestyle it offers. Whether it’s the cockney rhyming slang always at the end of your tongue, the hoody you wear on your back, or the rainy weather we, as Londoners, love to hate! London has a lot to offer. […]

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King Of The Opera ‘Nothing Outstanding’ Reviewed

May 16, 2013 3:36 pm0 comments
King Of The Opera ‘Nothing Outstanding’ Reviewed

Samuel  Katarro introduces a musical project by the name of King Of The Opera. The Tuscan musician, better known as Alberto Mariotti, brings you ‘Nothing Outstanding.’ The album released less than a year ago, and even though I’m a little late on this one, I’m fortunate enough to get my hands […]

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unePassante’s ‘No Drama’ Reviewed

April 10, 2013 12:00 pm0 comments
unePassante’s ‘No Drama’ Reviewed

unePassante, the Italian trio presents ‘No Drama‘. Three years after their debut album More Than One In Number (2010). ‘No Drama’ is expected to release in April. unePassante introduce a completely different outlook in comparison to their last release. Going from jazz / folk and rock to experimenting with electro-pop. […]

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Blue Willa Reviewed

March 21, 2013 6:27 pm0 comments
Blue Willa Reviewed

­Blue Willa, a four-piece band coming to you all the way from Tuscany, Italy certainly presents a roller coaster ride of events. The quartet released their self-titled, debut album earlier this year. Blue Willa delivers a unique sound with lyrics that create a definite opinionated voice. The opening track, ‘Eyes […]

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Five Factors Of Horror

February 16, 2013 1:16 pm0 comments
Five Factors Of Horror

Following my previous post surrounding the psychology of horror, entitled ‘The Horrific Psychology’. (If you haven’t read it yet – go now! What are you waiting for?) For years, directors have tried to captivate their audience with an essence of enthusiasm and an excess of emotional feed. Not many people […]

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Baby Mama Drama: Call A Babysitter, Not A Rapper!

January 28, 2013 12:24 pm0 comments
Baby Mama Drama: Call A Babysitter, Not A Rapper!

I never realised how true and significant a statement: ‘Ignorance is bliss’ can be. As part of the hip-hop community, we prepare ourselves for ignorance at its core. It irritates hip-hop listeners, or at least find it amusing, whilst it’s a rapper’s strongest weapon. Unfortunately, people often associate hip-hop with […]

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