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August 20, 2012  | by: Anissa Pierre

Kreemo Summer 2012 Collection

In a society where nothing ever lasts for too long, the fight to stay relevant is a constant battle. Innovation, dedication, and perseverance are necessities when attempting to create a product that people are willing to buy. Luckily, for the guys at Kreemo these three characteristics come as naturally as breathing, enabling them to not only provide people with a product, but also with a lifestyle. more…

August 06, 2012  | by: Jasmina Cuevas

Music video director, Vashtie Kola

Music video director, Vashtie Kola, has been challenging the standards of video directing for quite some time. By using visuals rather than words, she has opened up our minds wide enough to see the whole picture. Vashtie’s images reveal what others are fearful of showing and her stories are directed flawlessly. Pushing herself and those around her to the limits, Vashtie has always proven that there is more to see outside the box then in. more…

July 23, 2012  | by: Angel Mills

Jennah Bell

About a month ago, I wrote an article about an up-and-coming musician named Jennah Bell. She was currently preparing for her first Music Matters performance for the 2012 BET Awards and finishing up her education at the Berklee School of Music. Recently, I had the opportunity to speak with Bell about her love for music, first BET performance, and her determination to believe in herself.

I can guarantee you that this young lady is on her way to stardom and has her mind focused on success. But hey, don’t take my word for it.

Find out for yourself…. more…

July 16, 2012  | by: Lakin Starling

Phony Ppl

Brooklyn, New York has birthed some of the most legendary artists known to the music world, and now somewhere in between the mix of Hip-Hop, Soul and Funk lies one of its new-bred creations, Phony Ppl. A contemporary band comprised of young spirits and wise and innovative minds whose pioneering talent is massively appearing on the biggest music networks, blogs and tours. I sat down with Elbee Thrie, Temi O, and Ian Bakerman, one-third of the nine-piece band at Brooklyn’s Trout Studios to find out more about Phony Ppl. After informal introductions and few minutes of casual conversation we started candidly getting down to business. As a group with such a unique sound, clear love for music and collectively innovative creative process, I wanted to know where each seed was planted. more…

July 09, 2012  | by: Natalia Weiner

Mackenzie Foy as Renesmee in Breaking Dawn: Part 2

For Twi-Hards who are getting tired of watching reruns of “True Blood,” the wait is almost over, Breaking Dawn: Part 2, the final installment in Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight  saga, is set to premiere November 18, 2012. Teaser trailers and behind the scenes sneak peeks are keeping fans on edge, but what’s really causing commotion is the littlest Cullen, Renesmee, Mackenzie Foy, 11; Edward and Bella’s “miracle” baby, that defied the odds and brought forth a new breed of vampire/human hybrid. But who is Mackenzie Foy, who landed the role sought out by millions of little girls across the globe? more…

July 02, 2012  | by: Angel Mills

SiloamPoo

Unlike many musicians who begin performing during childhood, singer/songwriter SiloamPool did not discover her talents until she was an adult. She and her band released their debut album Colors of Black and White in 2002, and have been performing throughout the Detroit area ever since. A former model, SiloamPool traveled the country extensively. During this time, she had the opportunity to sit it on singer, Fred Hammond’s rehearsal, which eventually led to her going on tour with him. This experience inspired SiloamPool to pursue her dream and record her first album! more…

June 25, 2012  | by: Angel Mills

Azealia Banks

Female rappers often come a dime a dozen. It seems that there can only be a few successful women in rap music at one time. 21-year-old rapper, Azealia Banks is catapulting this notion into the distant stratosphere.  The “Slow Hands” singer, is garnering fans worldwide through her explicit, unapologetic lyrics and techno beats. Difficult to categorize, Banks does not try to mold herself after other women in the music industry nor does she try to be someone she is not. “I’m not trying to sell myself,” she told swaggernewyork.com. more…

June 18, 2012  | by: Jasmina Cuevas

Hit-Boy

Music is universal. The same lyrics in a song that may move a fan in the U.S., may have the same effect on a fan in the U.K. This being said, we all know that the lyrics are nothing without the beat to blend a song perfectly together. And that is exactly what producer, Hit-Boy does for his listeners — he creates the beats that flows in tune with the lyrics. Hit-Boy finds the hidden sounds in music that help create the songs that become universal anthems. more…

June 11, 2012  | by: Angel Mills

Final Cue

Recently, I had the chance to sit down with the lead singer of an up-and-coming band in Detroit, Michigan called Final Cue. Quiana Rice, better known as her stage name Que, is a native of Detroit, Michigan. Que is like an honorary big sister to me and I have seen her music truly transform throughout the years She is a rock star and definitely someone to watch! more…

May 28, 2012  | by: Jasmina Cuevas

Theophilus London

Hip-Hop is an evolutionary creation. It sporadically evolves as the world around it races to keep up with it. Constantly swallowing up those artists that don’t move fast enough, Hip-Hop is truly a force to be reckoned with. So when Brooklyn Native, Theophilus London, fought his way out of the belly of the beast, people were shocked by what he was bringing to the table. more…