When you think of the Grammy’s you think of the world’s best under one roof projecting their greatness onto us via a television broadcast. You think red carpets, fancy dresses, horrible dresses,paparazzi, a torrent of tweets circulating twitter & last but not least hurricane Kanye storming the stage protesting on behalf of we under appreciated →
My name is David Jordan Caldwell. I am African-American, 6’5” 280 lbs. I am a senior in college looking forward to graduate school. I was raised in an upper-middle class household, the youngest child of a meteorologist and a cartographer who had the resources to give me a private school education. I was “raised right,” →
Fashion has a way of grasping a person’s mind and holding it hostage. Creating a whole universe around the greatness that is designed, sewn, put together and finally displayed for all the world to swoon over. Brands start-up with a vision, an identity because from the beginning they must know who they are and why they are creating. That individuality is what sets one brand apart from the next but sadly that doesn’t last very long for many. Their purpose fades and they soon become just another pile of clothing. I’ll tell you one thing though, among the few there is a brand that won’t be the one to lose their identity. They pride themselves too much on their originality and exclusivity which only makes a fashion heart like mine love them even more.
The homie Buay, a rapper/poet, approached us with his latest poem “I Pledge Allegiance,” a powerful piece of work that I feel everyone should read. Check it out below and let him know how you feel by hitting him on twitter @BuayMeetsWorld. I pledge allegiance. I pledge allegiance to the land of thieves Where gift wrapped
It was inevitable. As human beings, we have the desire to know everything. This quest for enlightenment is an integral part of our existence. With the world getting smaller and smaller by our lives being more open to each other through avenues such as social media and the internet as a whole…
…the concept of mystery is quickly becoming a lost art.
Raven Sorvino has done it again with her new track “Like That” produced by Rubirosa. The track features a smooth tempo combined with the vibrant in your face lyrics from the Thot slapper herself. Pimp shxt. Listen as Raven lets us in on how she linked up with Rubirosa to give the fans the style
Prada bags, Versace shades, Givenchy shirts, Moschino belts, YSL shoes, Chanel scarves .. the works! Yet all of these labels mean nothing more than being simply “Expensive Stuff” to all the label whores and trend lovers alike, I understand your struggle. Forever working towards being at the top of “whats hot”, always digging to find what will be the next dope trend so you can be one of the first to flaunt it. I get it. We get it. They get it. But do you get it? Its a tough job but somebody has to do it…right?
Lately it seems pop culture has been fascinated with the concept of the Walking Dead and the Zombie Apocalypse. I have noticed everything from video games,TV shows, to blockbuster movies running with the concept of lifeless flesh eating monsters taking over our society. I shiver at the thought of friends and family actually eating each other, but it makes you wonder ; where did all this originate from ?
new wallpaper from the Kidz ‘R EViL comic book pack for the iPhone, iPad and your desktop computer. A lil’ something I put together by combining imagery from vintage comics and my own photography shot around New York City. This one is based on X-Factor’s very own Polaris ; a magnetic styled vixen with powers comparable