Music| @TheAfr0dite Shares Details of Her #MCM On Single “Ready Freddie”

Queens, New York soulful songstress The Afr0dite has no hesitation in explaining her desires for the one she wants in her heated new single. Returning from her previous release of Perpetual Summer, Afr0dite teases listeners with a brief ballad offering up a seductively suggestive song dubbed “Ready Freddie”.

The classical cadance songstress cascades this Rich Gerald production with a series of racy rhymes & salacious lyrics, which are presented in innocence from such an angelic voice. Renown for her live performing, The Afr0dite provides all the theatrics of onstage in this brief release. The Afr0dite manages to make lewd lines seem like the softest whispers in this minute and a half presentation. This dedication doo wop plays as a new phrase for women acknowledging their #MCM (Man Crush Monday’s). A “Ready Freddie” is that handsome gentleman a woman is admiring from a distance but yearn to have in close contact.

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Music| Listen To New Smooth Track ‘False Directions’ By @ItsJayMusic


Using the cold to his advantage is young talent hailing from New York/Pocanos by the name Jay Wirth aka Nos Native, who recently unveiled his latest single ‘False Directions‘. The CYGN produced record is hard hitting and hypnotic with the future bass based beat. Jay who is young seems to have a story to tell and this offering is a great statement record. Wirth is not new to releasing as he a few previous projects with ‘Artic Heart‘ being the most recent.

Playing on the era of melodic rap, Jay Wirth is making it look easy to develop a positive flow and some heavy word play. False Directions is a great example of Jay’s sound and writing ability. We are looking forward to hearing much more from Jay Wirth.

Listen To Jay Wirth’s ‘False Directions’ Above & Let Us Know What You Think Below!

Music| View The Re-Cap Of @Nas ‘Nasir’ Listening Party In Queens Bridge


Last Night marked a new era in Hip-Hop history as the highly anticipated collaboration of Nas & Kanye West came to fruition. Nas debuted his Kanye West produced album ‘Nasir’ to a slew of close friends, fellow artist and the lovely people of Queens Bridge during his outdoor listening party. Live from Queens, New York was the epic vibes of REAL Hip-Hop provided by one of the last living legends of lyrcal rap.

This star-studded event graced the presents of many iconic names from the music industry who traveled the 7 Train up to Queens to partake in this moment. Names like Pusha-T, 2 Chainz, 070 Shake, Jungle (Nas Older brother), Chris Rock, Ed Lover, LaLa AnthonyCasey Neistat, Large Professor, AZ, Swizz Beats, Trinidad James and so many other joined in on the musical takeover. Of course the G.O.O.D Music mastermind, Kanye West and Kim Kardashian West made their faces known to the public last night. This album release is a continuation of the G.O.O.D Music’s Good Friday release schedule, which already delivered two Kanye West based album’s (one collaborated with Kid Cudi) and the heated Pusha T album.

Brilliantly, for all who weren’t present, Mass Appeal livestreamed the entire experience. The aesthetic was military base appeal with the true Hip-Hop head vibes of classic bars and beats. Army trucks adorned the location along with camouflage tents. Signature Merch from the album was released along with pieces of some G.O.O.D Music exclusives. The full merch catalog was seen and gone within 30-minutes of fans being there. The rush was real and so was the music.

Above is the Live Stream via Mass Appeal & More Footage and Live Feed Of The ‘Nasir’ Listening Party Below!


Fashion| Check Out @AimeLeonDore 35th St Campaign

• Queens, New York based and inspired designer brand Aimé Leon Dore, has revealed their latest collection campaign dubbed “35th St” which represents the side of Queens that helped develop the styling and uniqueness that Aimé Leon Dore brings to this industry. Utilizing video and photography to present this Fall/Winter collection, Aimé Leon Dore reaches out to longtime friend Justin Chung, who is a NYC based photographer himself. The collaboration of creative perspective was evidently parallel through-out the lookbook, even though the brand and photographer derived from completely different aesthetics. Queens was ideal for shooting being the corner stone for the creative process Aimé Leon Dore knows to be necessary.

35th Street Campaign encapsulates the warmth of Winter, mimics the unbend breezy of Autumn and maintains the styling that Aimé Leon Dore has mastered. The collection previews an assemblage of fleece based products like the Shawl Coat, Half Zip Poly Hoodie, Poly Vest and many more. Poly Knit Crews and Mock Neck Half Zips also are featured in this collection. 35th St Campaign lookbook makes use of QueensBridge as the photos captures the known Aimé Leon Dore model in the essence of Queens streets. Street corners, business fronts, favorite dinning venues and more make the visual listing and Sir Chung captures the vibes of the city in each shot. To accompany the lookbook, Aimé Leon Dore entrusted yet another childhood friend, Thuan Tran, to create 15 second videos in the essence of Queens. Shot in a family owned diner, the video calmly previews 35th St pieces such as the Fleece Poly Vest and Tweed Shawl Coat.

35th St Campaign and collection is exclusively available on the Aimé Leon Dore site and is ranging from $190 (USD) and up.


Fashion| Belief NYC Flagship Store Relocates & Re-Opens

• New York based streetwaer brand Belief NYC has been working diligently to promote their recent F/W collection while relocating their flagship store. Based out of Queens, the story started in 2011 when the brand launched and opened their doors, and now they have decided to move (still is Astoria). Their collection can be viewed at the new location as doors are opening. Watch the video of how they created, recreated and re-introduced their brand and business.