seventies-hair nostalgia is manifesting by the season, Edie Campbell and Olympia Campbell’s newly released Fall 2014 Lanvin campaign is like a cultural awakening. Shot by Tim Walker, the ad features a raven-haired Edie looking like a modern-day Joan Jett with a choppy rock ’n’ roll mullet standing alongside her younger sister, Olympia, who personifies the softer side of the decade with lanky blonde, schoolgirl locks.
source: Vogue Magazine
Straight outta E. Flatbush Brooklyn, New York MeLo-X stuck his foot in this track originally by Cheri Dennis produced by Ryan Leslie in 2008 (she’s a former of Bad Boy remember?) The good artists sure do fade at Bad Boy but, as the saying goes, that’s none of my binazz!
Cheri Coke (her new name, what do you all think?) and Melo X released some of her latest work in 3013, “The Garden of Eden”, a song that appeared on her last project, X/Coke.
Definitely a different twist from what you were used to hearing from Cheri, it’s perfect for R&B lovers who are in favor of such artists like Frank Ocean and The Weeknd.
If you live in any of these areas and you’re looking for good vibes, a lit crowd, a few drinks around you, the #URBANWORLD event post of the day presents:
- Curren$y w/ Friends on July 25th in Richmond, Virginia @ RVA Theatre
other special guest performers: Octavion X, Smoke DZA,
Mi$tro, Young Roddy
ETIX.COM (keywords: currensy with friends).
- Vi$to headlines on July 26th in Washington D.C. @ The Howard Theatre.
- TRILLECTRO goes down on August 23rd in Washington DC @ RFK Stadium Festival Grounds | tickets on sale NOW!
special guest performances by: Big Sean & SZA
FLYERS AND ALL HEADLINE$ BELOW
I could not resist! Thanks to my internship @FreshDailyInc, (Twitter and IG) I’m more up to date with high fashion, y’all know my forte is urban wear, retro and consignment lol! So get this, though she has not officially closed a seasonal deal with Adidas, she has sealed the deal with a high fashion designer! They almost turned her into Marilyn Monroe herself and Lord did she do that m’er f’er haha! From gowns, to blazer pantsuits Ora is this week’s MVP! Wanna know who the designer is and what it is giving?
Meek Mill is quite the firecracker I suppose. I actually get quite a few laughs from celebrity drama especially over something some one with money should not be concerned TOO much about. Nevertheless here we are again!
So apparently Meek Mill “felt some type of way” about Wale fellow member of MMG, not promoting his sophomore album “Dreams Worth More Than Money” coming out in stores in September. After that was set in stone out cames the Twitter feelings.
Now I know everybody usually complains about Wale having too much to say, but this go round Wale actually was NOT for any extra drama. He responded, in the accusations of being a fake Twitter supporter,
“Few weeks ago (7w) I posted this .but ok. Movin along. My AVI always changed when it’s THAT time,” he opened his post.
He goes on to explain that he understands he may not necessarily “fit” the mold (not too sure what this explanation is parallel to) but that does not discredit his contribution to the hip hop world. BUT! I know y’all didn’t ask me but I am gonna say it anyway, I think it’s just a marketing strategy for the albums they both have coming out sooner than later, but ehhh, who am I? Just the Mayhem of course! :)
In a dynamic originally spoken word piece, The Kooz strategically and metaphorically addresses her frustration towards women who simply refuse to love and respect themselves. Some times, there are women who do not even realize that they do not love themselves. They are so satisfied while simultaneously being dissatisfied with themselves they treat their own body’s as a business transaction and call it a hustle and/or a career.
The Kooz is a very good friend and sista of mines. She inspires plus sized women all over the DMV-Baltimore-NY-NJ area to stop the excuses and GET HEALTHY. She opened up her journey to our demographic allowing us to understand it is possible to be curvy and still healthy. The Kooz is also a dynamic speaker and mission manifest-er, quite the influence and a spark plug, truly a New York native. CLICK HERE to check out The Kooz spoken word entitled “Bad Bitch” Be sure to check out her weight loss journey and blog for tips, pics, and so much more @ HealthHerCurvez.tumblr.com!!
Sean Bankhead is one of my absolute favorite choreographers! His body portrays every bit of the song he chooses to dance to. A proud native of Atlanta, Georgia, Bankhead has 15 years of dance and choreography under his belt. Specializing in Hip Hop, Street Funk, Jazz Funk, and many other dance styles Bankhead has molded into the ultimate versatile dancer. Sean has worked with many notable choreographers including Fatima Robinson, Jasmine Guy, Jamal Sims, A.J., Draico, Chuck Maldonado and many more. One of my favorite pieces by far is a routine he did to Jhene Aiko’s x Higher when she first stepped on the scene. Check it out, I’m in loveeeee with his fluidity.