So this morning, Vogue debuted this nostalgic presentation from indie Atlanta artist, BOSCO. The Fool's Gold artist teamed up with St. Beauty Band, the two baddies on Janelle Monáe's Wondaland label to give us her new single, "Castles" An ode to the ladies who are over going back and forth with their lovers and ready to move forward. The song is kinda trippy, and I love it! The visual, directed by Lacey Duke, is surprisingly set in Atlanta. The ladies made it a point to show us a side of Atlanta that is rarely appreciated amidst the typical trap rhetoric we've come to expect and love. I must say, this visual is giving me some serious girl power vibes. The aesthetic is soft, yet demanding. Check out the video for "Castles" above and keep up with BOSCO and St. Beauty Band on Instagram and Soundcloud! Let me know what you think!
Ok. Do you guys remember Wizkid hinting at another collab with Drake on OVO radio earlier in the year? Well, seems like the wait is over. "Come Closer" is a follow up collaborative effort from the two international artists who gave us the hit song "Ojuelegba" in the fall of 2015 with Skepta. You can find the song up on Apple Music here. I'm keeping my eyes peeled for the video. Let me know what you think!
Superbowl weekend in the city definitely had me running around town falling into so many amazing events. Lots of awesome people visiting from all over the nation with chill vibes and curious eyes for our cultural melting pot. Check out some photos I captured at Anthony Anderson's private event at Peli Peli Galleria above.
Superbowl 51 was definitely one for the books. From the chic and swanky parties, to the big show going overtime for the first time in football history, to the controversial defeat taken by the Atlanta Falcons from the formidable New England Patriots. Our beautiful city has been proclaimed the winner in the battle of Texas hosts for the Superbowl, seeing how there were 12,000 people on the Discovery Green lawn for Solange, and parties all over the city reaching capacity at ease with all the visitors reveling in our southern charm. I got the opportunity to shoot some of your favorite celebs in town at the Rolling Stone Live red carpet event at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston featuring Big Sean, Nas, Dj Cassidy, Diplo and more! Check out some of the photos above and keep your eyes peeled for me at the next event!