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  • Ebony Magazine Salutes Music Pioneers

    By admin on May 7, 2014
    Ebony Magazine is honoring music’s pioneers and innovators for their June edition. Fresh off the red carpet for the annual Met Gala, Beyonce, Jay Z, Kanye West, and Rihanna all received their own cover for the Summer Music Special Edition. Enjoy!
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  • The Bourgeois Twins for Vogue Paris May 2014

    By admin on May 6, 2014
    The infamous Bourgeois twins who’s rise and claim to fame of dancing have lead them to be consistent back up dancers for Beyonce Knowles have found their way into the pages of Vogue Paris. The editorial mixed the art of dance with the art of fashion, and the two meshed seamlessly. We love to see people who specialize in their […]
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  • Ciara Pregnancy Editorial for W Magazine

    By admin on April 25, 2014
    We love these gorgeous photos of Ciara for the W magazine. She is photographed looking so peaceful and at ease with a natural glow that emits through her black and white photos. Motherhood is such a beautiful and powerful thing! Enjoy!
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  • Rappers Album Art Inspired by 16th Century Art

    By admin on April 22, 2014
    Rap and R&B is and will always be such a huge part of our culture–it is undeniable. Interesting to see some of our favorite artists inspiration lies in our history. In 16th century artwork to be exact. Super cool to see how things come back full circle, no matter how old. Enjoy!
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  • Carter Family Portrait

    By admin on September 20, 2013
    An anonymous blogger, claiming to be the official portrait artist of the Carter family, has reinterpreted classic works of art to feature the likes of the Carters, Kimye, and more. For clever tags and witty captions, visit the full site here. Which version is your favorite? Enjoy…x!
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  • 99 Problems Blog by Ali Graham

    By admin on August 14, 2013
    We were amused when we stumbled across artist Ali Graham’s blog called “99 Problems: Even World Famous Rappers Have Problems.” The title is a reference to a Jay-Z song. Each day, Graham picks a song title or lyric of Jay-Z’s that could be perceived as a “rapper problem,” and creates a clever illustration of this issue. Enjoy some of our […]
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  • Currently Listening To: “SAY” by Bez

    By SP on July 29, 2013
    Currently listening to “SAY” by Nigerian artist Bez. The video stars the gorgeous model, Ify Jones and was shot in New York by famed director, ‘Kemi Adetiba. I can’t tell you how many times I have watched this short film video. In addition to falling in love with the retro vibe and wardrobe, the unexpected ending will throw you for […]
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  • The Landfill Harmonic Orchestra

    By admin on May 16, 2013
    One man’s trash is another man’s treasure! The locals of a slum in Paraguay have recently developed the “Landfill Harmonic Orchestra.” Pulling materials from the dump such as oil cans, tin pipes, bottle caps, and kitchen utensils, musical instruments are created. About 20 children ages 11-19 come together to play classical tunes, popular songs, and contemporary Latin music on the […]
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  • Daft Punk in the May Issue of Obsession Magazine

    By Jessica Fisher on May 10, 2013
    Promoting their new album, Random Access Memories, Daft Punk is on the cover of the May issue of Obsession Magazine, styled in Heidi Slimane for Saint Laurent Paris. We love the futuristic look of this spread. Enjoy!
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  • Editorial: What Musicians Demand And Eat Backstage

    By Alicia Hall on May 7, 2013
    Take a look at some of the weird requirements that some famous musicians demand in their rider contracts backstage for their performances. Photographer Henry Hargreave took a peek into some of the stranger stipulations, and photographed each requirement in a Flemish Baroque still-life style editorial, that was meant to acknowledge how fleeting a time frame these musicians have to demand such […]
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