Started From the Crop-Top

Meet the Model in the New ASOS Crop Top for Men By Curtis Ashley, Music Director & Editor On August 22, ASOS announced a new crop-top… for men. Fronted by fragile masculinity and otherwise confused consumers, some people on the internet shrieked at the sight of it. Others seemed to be pleased by the inclusion of […]

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Sugar Kitchen with Chef Chaz and Mimi Moments

Sunday is considered to be a lazy day for individuals in their early to mid twenties. For the young creatives at the Brown Sugar Collective (Wendy Ngala, M’heri Jackson, Athena Partington), it’s about sharing your day off with strangers for a cooking class in Sunset Park. Brown Sugar Collective had their second Sugar Kitchen with […]

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Don’t Sleep On Her

“Don’t Sleep On Her” is a campaign that we curated to embrace women and their talents throughout Women’s History Month, but something we should continuously keep doing for every other month of the year.

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F*ck the Game

After listening to KA.Jay’s A Vent: 6-2-94, you’d come to the same realization that the recording artist from Atlanta did, “this game is fucked up.” The music game is hard as it is. There’s a niche for everything, and listeners play favorites. So what does that mean for a new artist coming from a low-middle class […]

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The CloseHigh’s Turn Up Music Video

Tis’ the season to turn up! If you don’t already know who the CloseHigh is, now is the time to familiarize yourself. Bronx recording artist and video producer CloseHigh, dropped “Turn Up” featuring Oshaythevillain, and this year we were blessed with a lo-fi music video with loads of visuals. The video’s high energy reminds you […]

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Why The F*ck Not?

We’re broke, but luckily we have Instagram so we can keep up with Chelsea St. Clair and Tien Dang of WhyTFNots. The duo began their indefinite journey traveling the world back in October, and we’ve been following them every since. WhyTFNots made their first stop in London England, and now they’re somewhere in the Sri […]

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Issa Watch Party for Appropriate Culture

Sunday, December 17, Julian Stephen collaborated with Bare Canvas Sounds for the Appropriate Culture Watch Party hosted by Blogxilla. While the technical aspects of the event was handled by Julian Stephen and the Brooklyn event curator of the group Viva La Burns, the sounds were in control by the Contro1freak, DamnitCarlos, Wah Gwan Twon and […]

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