James Fauntleroy‘s vocals on a Cocaine 80s collective track. Cyhi the Prynce offering my daily dose of all things southern with an ode to “GRITS” (girls raised in the south). And Grammy-nominated artist Miguel giving me a simple charge to go for —and get — it “ALL.” Such is what comes forth when I put my iPod on shuffle and escape the confines of this here concrete jungle. Rock with me.
Coco Rocha is not a supermodel. Somebody lied. And that is not personal opinion. That, my friends, comes from the mouth of Rocha herself. From Canada to the best of all things couture and now, primetime television, “The Face” mentor doesn’t consider herself that much of a star. In TIME, she quipped:
adj. Superlative of good.
1. Surpassing all others in excellence, achievement, or quality; most excellent: the best performer.
1. One that surpasses all others
2. The best part, moment, or value
3. The supreme effort one can make
Although the 13th track from Rihanna‘s latest studio effort suggests “No Love Allowed” between the “Unapologetic” singer and her controversial beau
fuckyopictures C. Breezy Chris Brown, revelations in her new Rolling Stone interview assert otherwise. Ring the alarm, because on the cover of the February 2013 glossy the Stone has branded the Terry Richardson-lensed island gyal as being crazy… in love. *Beyoncé booty bounce* Continue reading
Thirty-three esteemed actors had the privilege of comprising the best performances of 2012 according to the experts at W Magazine. The Juergen Teller-lensed accompaniments for the annual issue captured stars (most sans makeup) like Kerry Washington, Marion Cottilard, and pint-sized powerhouse Quvenzhané Wallis “up close and unscripted” without the glamour that the lights, camera, action mantra of Hollywood often entails. Continue reading