Music| @TheChainsmokers Say Hold On In “Kills You Slowly”

Our favorite high-energy tandem known by The Chainsmokers take a subtle approach to their latest record dubbed “Kills You Slowly”. The two producers have grown incredibly comfortable with displaying their vocals and bringing a much slower tempo to their music since debuting this style mid-2017. Returning from their sophomore album Sick Boy, Alex and Drew give hints from their anticipated next project “World War Joy”.

The album title suggest a feeling that Killing You Slowly encompasses by providing pure musical joy but the message is a slight twist. The soft, melodic euphoric vibe supplied by the sharp snares and angelic keys. Stepping away from the renown festival ready sound they have grown to be known for, Killing You Softly is a luxurious record with a deep meaning.

As you can only expect, as the weather gets better the music will start to unravel. The Chainsmokers are infamous for Summer hits and we can only anticipate there is more to come from the dynamic duo. Let the calm and complete vibe of Killing You Softly engulf your ear buds and drift away.

Check Out The New Single ‘Killing You Softly’ Lyric Video & View The Chainsmokers Fall Tour Dates Below!

Art| @POWWOWLongBeach 2017 Diversity Art Festival Recap & More


• Above is the video recap of this years POW! WOW! Art Festival returning to Long Beach, California, which hosted 20 new artist curating new towering pieces around the Long Beach landscape. During the last week of July, the festival took place featuring artist like Kevin LyonsMike GiantNosegoNiels Shoe Meulman and more. This eventful week included live mural paintings, art exhibitions, talks, and more that captivated the Long Beach community and viewers from around the globe.

…. Several Views Of POW! WOW! Long Beach 2017 Below, ENJOY ….


Art| Watch POW! WOW! Hawaii Through the Eyes of Ron English & Martha Cooper

• In the lead up to POW! WOW! Hawaii, which begins next month, the art event has released a series of videos taking a look back at last year’s festival. First up is a behind-the-scenes look with artist Ron English, as he talks to various artists participating in the 2014 festival, gaining insight into their experiences. The second video in the series sees iconic graffiti photographer Martha Cooper, as she documents murals and chats with the artists behind them. Beginning February 7, the annual event promises to be back bigger than ever for 2015, which we will be documenting in our own series of videos. Stay tuned for more from the event next month.

Event & Music| Official Line-Up For #LITFEST2014


• #LITTFEST is just a week and a number of days away! Hope you got your ticket cause they are going very quickly New York!! To give you a little motivation we are here to announce the official line-up for this years Festival! Hosted by Dallas Penn, this event will include Live Music, Twerk Pageant, Food, Drinks, & A lot of #LITT individuals. Get Your Ticket NOW!! To Get Yours Now Just Click Here!




Slim Dollar$

Nitty Scott MC

Black Dave



Fame School

Maffew Ragazino

Danse Diamons

Fashion & Event| Street Style of AfroPunk Fest 2014

• One of the most eccentric festivals of the year happens in New York City and brings out all the Big Apples artsy individuals for great music, amazing food and afropunk vibes from all over. AFROPUNK has made a great name for itself due to its unique selection of artist, gritty venue choice and of course the most outgoing crowd any promoter/planner could ask for. Leather punks, bohemian Goddesses, bright-haired gals and skater babes — this year, Brooklyn’s Afropunk Festival proved once again that its punkers have the best style ever. With shows from SZA, Shabazz Palaces, Princess Nokia, Juliana Huxtable and more, the event saw some of NYC’s best dressed kids come out for the weekend. Even though there were several large name artist performing, the style given by the audience always makes for a great review. Some familiar faces graced the crowd like eyewear designers CoCo & Breezy. Check out the sui generis styles and diverse designs that were displayed last weekend.