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  • Chrisette Michele Reintroduced

    By SP on November 9, 2012
    It’s exciting to see Chrisette Michele back on the scene. She has rebranded herself–looks amazing and suits are well. Enjoy…x
  • A Flash of Light: The Dance Photography of Chris Nash

    By admin on June 13, 2011
    Celebrated dance photographer Chris Nash showcased over sixty stunning prints in an exhibition at the V&A Theatre and Performance Galleries. Curated by Jane Pritchard, V&A Curator of Dance, the images documented thirty years of Contemporary British Dance and revealed the vision behind Nash’s process. In this specially commissioned short documentary, which was filmed on location both at the Laban Dance […]
  • Crystal Bowersox’s New Music Video: Farmer’s Daughter

    By SP on December 20, 2010
    #Music Monday! Greg and I have followed Crystal Bowersox since her American Idol days. Her voice is just out of this world. Bowersox has released her first single, “Farmer’s Daughter,” ..the title track from her new album. It’s a dark song about overcoming an abusive, alcoholic father. So touching. Enjoy.. xo
  • Michael Buble As Justin Bieber In New Video

    By SP on September 28, 2010
    Michael Buble plays Justin Bieber in the music video for his single, “Hollywood.” It is quite funny actually, and plays Bieber really well. The song is from a special edition of Buble’s Crazy Love album that launches on October 25th. And the Bieber Fever continues. Enjoy.. Thank u
  • Debut Video – “Fall In Love” by Ego

    By greghuntoon on September 1, 2010
    If you’re a fan of Lagbaja, then you know Ego, whether you know her by name or not. Give this video a spin, directed by none other than the uber talented and story-teller, Kemi Adetiba. Great song, and another great debut video Kems! Much love. [iframe http://player.vimeo.com/video/14570871?color=ff0179 590px 332px] Shot in summertime Brooklyn, New York with special guest cameo from […]
  • Bad Romance

    By SP on December 11, 2009
    Checkout these beautiful Nigerian ladies cover Lady Gaga’s Bad Romance. It’s some sort of Beatboxing & Acapella cover/remix. Lol. They are so good…we almost prefer their version. Actually, sorry Gaga, we do like this cover better than the original! Love it! Enjoy..
  • Panamera Collection by Porsche

    By SP on June 30, 2009
    Along with the four-seater Panamera already in production, the entire family can enjoy clothing, luggage, watches and lifestyle accessories. Live in complete luxury! The luggage, called ‘AluFrame’ are designed to perfectly fit into the luggage compartment of the Gran Turismo and other Porsche models too. According to the article, you can get the watches in black and shades of brown […]
  • Michael Jackson Vintage – Tribute

    By SP on June 26, 2009
    We are seizing all posts today in honor of Michael Jackson. We are deeply saddened by his loss, and we know you are too. Michael has truly been an inspiration to the world. Whatever part of the world you are in, MJ was heard of and celebrated. From Europe to the villages in Africa. He was rooted in each household. […]
  • We’ll Take AC/DC & Metallica On Our Converse

    By SP on June 4, 2009
    Converse is collaborating with two of our favorite metal bands of all time. AC/DC and Metallica will be honored this fall with high-top Chuck Taylor All Stars. This is fantastic news! According to WWD, the AC/DC collection will retail from $50 to $80 and specialty shops and department stores beginning in June, while the Metallica shoes ($50) will debut in […]
  • Rappers No Longer Blinging, Hello Recession

    By SP on May 27, 2009
    Yup, you heard that right. Rappers are trading their blings/diamonds for cubic zirconia. According to Miguel Bustillo of WSJ, the recession hit rappers so bad that they can no longer afford the diamond pendants and heavy gold chains – which automatically qualifies them to the wealthy status. In an attempt to keep appearances, celebrity jewelers say rappers are asking them […]