Category Archive: CULTURE

New Fashion: Meet The Corvan Collection

I had a chance to sit down with the Atlanta fashion duo Elmore Cornell and Ivan Pearson, the brains behind The Corvan Collection. I met the guys at my fundraiser in January and I… Continue reading

B*#%h Stole My Look, Nah Let’s Be Serious

By now we are all used to the debate of black culture being stolen by…lets say, the larger majority of Americans. Hopefully you can catch the hint. The debate has recently fallen on… Continue reading

To Pimp a Butterfly Breakdown

To Pimp a Butterfly Breakdown What can be said about this album that has not been said already? From the first track “Wesley’s Theory” to “Mortal Man” Kendrick Lamar has dropped a hip… Continue reading

Keep In Mind Im An Artist…

Art in it’s numerous forms has been around for nearly entirely all of mankind’s existence. Whether drawings, music, or dance, art has been a never ending companion to artists throughout history. With its unwavering… Continue reading

The Man that Changed the Game is back

After a fourteen year hiatus one of the top male models of All Time graced the Valentino Fall 2015 runway last week for Paris Fashion week. The really, really, ridiculously good-looking model Derek… Continue reading

Earl Lloyd, The First Black NBA Player Has Died

  Earl Lloyd, the first Black NBA player in history, died in Crossville, Tenn at the age of 86. Lloyd’s death was confirmed by West Virginia State University, which he attended before his NBA… Continue reading

Rihanna For Puma

    2014 was definitely Rihanna’s year.  Rihanna has been dubbed a fashion icon by the CFDA and recently she has been named the new creative director for Puma. Rihanna’s unrivaled sense of… Continue reading

Yeezy Season

Here Ye Here Ye Yeezy Season is among us once again. After a month full of headlines including a duet with British and music royalty Sir Paul McCartney, a collaboration with RocNation princess… Continue reading

Grammy night

The Grammy’s on Sunday were filled with amazing performances and big winners. Yet, out all those present for the occasion,Sam Smith stood out the most. The English artist walked away with four Grammy’s… Continue reading

Trial By Error: Teens Tried As Adults

According to the Huffington Post juveniles who are sentenced to serve time in adult prisons are more likely to experience recidivism, which is defined as “the chronic tendency to commit criminal acts.” A… Continue reading

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