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LFG Royal Oak Interview W/ Nick & John

NapalmSpot got a chance to catch some of the gaming community at LFG. People heard of LFG Royal Oak through keeping in contact. From Smash Tournaments to being in friendly competition. Embracing the escapism in true fashion only to uplift one another during defeat.  Nick brought a Basement idea to the street-sides of Royal Oak. The business owner always wanted to have a place of his own. Calm, atmosphere where he can provide the community with a larger than life business.

 

 

 

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A Woman Turned Mom At 18 Became Fashion Industry Exe And Stands For Woman Equality

Isadora Versiani, experienced sexism in the fashion industry. Worked full time while becoming a face behind two major fashion brands. Director of Andre Assous and BCBG did not happen overnight for her. She had struggle with the idea of going to college. She had to have the support of family. Keeping dedication at the forefront of her works. Isadora thought to herself there was not enough woman getting high-power positions in the industry. Her priority was simple, get a degree and learn her roles quickly.

Getting a degree was more than the fight. She encourages more woman to find a mentor that is of that sex to help. I believe this is very true. As most people are on the page for fighting for equality in a work place. This #MeToo movement has became the staple of American fabrics within current society. Society was like, “Woman should be put in place, used for  our sexual glorification”. Then there was an uproar of them fighting back. As there are many woman like Isadora who want to help push the waves that are happening in today’s generation.

She reaches out to the youth encouraging them to stay on the right path. As this is ideal if you want to see success in fashion. Being a creative behind this brand, she respects her power. She prides what she is doing. The fashion community is looking forward to see what she is going to do. Pushing the mold for what woman are viewed as. Finding success for your passions.

#EverythingBased Interview W/ Kingprez about hard work, projects and being an artist in Detroit

 

Kingprez is an artist that has many dimensions to his music. His first project Road runner showed him rapping double timed. Aiming to appease the ears of masses. Then going into music experimentation with different projects he dropped. His cover arts are usually the classic definition of bandcamp cover art. We covered a couple topics. Interview above

Future Album Save Me Takes A Direction In Night Life Pop Culture

Future new project “Save Me” has less hard hitting baselines that bounces for modern day dance music. The new direction he took on Save Me has more reverb and laid back production. The melodic rapper usually does dark music that does not bring attention to himself as an emcee. Usually the rapper falls into the beat, being the production itself. The artist here still keeps songs that are derogatory in subject. This is usually Futures best selling points.

 

Future best song on the album has to be Extra. Extra has all the makings of a good dance floor ballad. The lights has to be dancing red as the motion in the room becomes slowed. He is intoxicated in the production as he sings about his lifestyle. The lifestyle he lives is extra, everything he does is bigger than life. A lot of the engineering done on this cut stands out, as it all balances together for the frequencies and the different voices used. Making this a standout cut on the album.

Overall the album goes into Future delving into a cool ass lifestyle. His music is usually used to describe the context of drug culture. Future music is great for wanting to enjoy all the sin the world as to offer. This type of music is usually good after party music. The songs on his album are very good music used for chilling on a late night drive.

 

Spike Lee Takes A Stand Against Abortion

Spike Lee calls for a multi-million dollar production company to shut it down. The heartbeat law could affect woman from getting abortions. Which means that in as little as six weeks, the woman as to decide if they want the baby or not. This could be problematic, affecting people wants for a choice free society. No woman wants to be restricted from unwanted circumstances that happened. Preventing them from a life-changing choice that could change their life.

I myself had made some serious error in my life. I became a person that always distorted reality. Not thinking about the circumstances of my situation. That is when I wished I had 2nd chances at life. If Georgia Hollywood decides to take a stand. This could change the conversation and even influence the economics. Which would make people stand on the side of pro life. The debate in itself has gotten a lot of news coverage.

 

Rihanna Pushes Plaques Past Predecessor

Rihanna has never been one to be a person to hold no punches in the spotlight. Breaking out from the sweetheart next door to being charmer of lust and sin. She never fails to imprint her face on modern culture. Rihanna has had many successful singles, moaning beautiful harmonic rhythm over beats that get the dance floor moving. She often is not the one who falls short of pop culture success.

She eventually went from being the person that made hits to going into a makeup line. Her make-up line graced the beauty of woman that are in America. We loved Rihanna for the cutting edge appeal she had. Showing her beautiful B-cup natural brown buzzums in sheer outfits. To garnering dark attire or even bright red. She also had Caribbean styles grace her small frame. Having a stale face, showing an unapologetic attitude for all that either loves or hates her style.  

It makes since for this trailblazer of woman style to become the face of pop culture. Becoming more that even Madonna and Marilyn Monroe embraced in their times. She now goes from being this human that encases her cultural legacy, embodying this now in a clothing line. She wants to become a Luxury Fashion brand. Pushing the emphasis on success as it needs to be for her career. Her brand Fenty Masion is feeling a great deal of pressure. As she celebrated with other designers in Paris.

Rihanna stepping stone from this to becoming a mogul is due to her wanting to become bigger than the record label. As she is embracing what Jay-Z stood for. Taking the power and control in her hands. As she does not want to be told what to do. Feeling even more pressure from corporate entertainers that does not understand her art as an whole. She takes this level to heights unforeseen. Pushing the boundary for female entertainers.

Ego Is Making Black Culture Become Extinct

Right now in current culture, competition has westernized the black male. Competition has helped molded the conscious culture not to speak out of love. But to prove that I can lead off being more smarter than you. While drinking heavy doses of liquor, bottle by bottle. Sitting in a throne with a head held so high you can not even see the ones falling before you parish. When we think of our economic resources, we talk with hot air spending it out of ignorance.

 

The ignorance of our sin has given a grace to breed a species that only care of themselves. Drinking  poisons that are fed from billion dollar industries that were built off the backs of slaves. Only for them to display our culture as people that need to worship the material possessions. Becoming even more rich as our people die, day by day. While we have our artist re-chant the songs that make corporate america even more rich.

 

It has gotten so bad to the point black media as an indie source now self-destructs on it’s own. Because of the lies that are woven so deep into our culture for years and years. That it has gotten to the point, I do not even have to do it. It self drives it’s own destiny. As the rich smiles in our face, while the broken boy that is black faces a destiny of being shot. Then the rich people laughs even more as our worshiped artist sings this same song.

 

We embraced a capitalistic mindset when we can not accomplish true capitalism that makes this culture go further. While this is happening, the black race is being at face for extinction. Making everything that encompass an African-american culture become non-existent. Ego has became a forefront, making our hands beat on our chest as it has always been depicted.