This is one of the more interesting documentaries on fashion influences and scene during the growth of hip-hop in the early days. Produced by Nas and directed by Sacha Jenkins, “Fresh Dressed” taps into the best talents in the biz and how fashion shaped the industry, including Kanye West who talks about why he wanted […]
Hip-Hop Fashion Documentary by Nas, “Fresh Dressed” Provides the Scoop on Fashion’s Relationship to the Musical Genre
Coachella Music and Arts Festival 2012 Round-up: Music Highlights, Festival Fashion, and the Rise of Hologram Madness
Weekend 1 of Coachella Music and Arts Festival April 13-15, 2012 in Indio, CA, produced by Goldenvoice brought with it an explosion of great music, artistic inspiration, gorgeous scenery, and Tupac from the dead. The hologram of the famous rapper, who “joined” Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg during the closing set on Sunday night has […]
Ice-T, Mayor of Sundance—How Hip-Hop Redefined A Generation
Sundance Film Festival is underway and one of highly anticipated documentaries at the scene is “Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap: co-directed by Ice-T and Andy Baybutt. Taking a look at rap’s evolution including insider interviews with some of the best over the past 30 years including NAS, Dr. Dre, Run DMC, Chuck D, […]
Atlanta–New Book by Michael Schmelling Featuring Andre 3000 and Chronicling How Atlanta Replaced NYC as Hip-Hop Capital
An insider look at the underage party scene of young musicians, fans, underground hip-hop with Gucci Mane, Shawty Lo, The-Dream that turned Atlanta into the new default music scene.
Jerkin -the Highly Contagious Dance, Music, Fashion Street Culture Movement Leaves Hyphy and Krumping in the Dust
Based on positivity, flow, and an entrepreneurial spirit, Jerkin is not a flash in the pan trend. It’s got the signs of sustainability.