Summer Reading – Check out these five books that defy the absence of people of color in mainstream post-apocalyptic and dystopian fiction.
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Downtown 500 and DJ OHSO present “Unexpected Guests,” an evening of networking, live art, and music at Miami’s Rise Up Gallery in Wynwood on April 27th.
After taking home a Grammy for Best Rap Album tonight, Drake releases new visuals for “Started From The Bottom.”
Drake is not playing games when it comes to his love for Aaliyah, as he’s set to executive produce the deceased songstress’ upcoming posthumous album and today, he debuted a new song “Enough Said.” Produced by Noah “40” Shebib (no surprise there), the ethereal track does not disappoint.
Check out photos from the launch of Toronto’s Scotiabank Caribbean Carnival. As North America’s largest festival taking place now through August 5th, Toronto Carnival is a visual and auditory explosion of colorful exhibitions and pulsating rhythms of calypso, soca, reggae, hip-hop, chutney, steel pan and brass.
If you live in a U.S. metro city that uses underground transportation, you’re familiar with appreciating something as simple as a train car with some air conditioning. Sweden, on the other hand, has what is considered one of the most beautiful metro systems as well as the longest art exhibit in the world.
While 19 songs are complete for ‘Take Care,’ there have been some roadblocks in clearing 3 samples — forcing the album delay. We also make a humble request for either the return of ‘So Far Gone’ Drake or proof of growth.
Australian moody-pop quartet The Jezabels recently released their music video for “Endless Summer,” directed by Mikey Hamer.
When Rihanna recently premiered her mini-movie/music video for “Man Down,” she must have known that a controversy would erupt.