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Bxnk Interview about Brand quality and Collaborating with other content providers

 

 

Napalm Spot sat down and interviewed one of the clothing companies that has major promises for the future. Being on the up-rise in Detroit, they have gained attention, increasing popularity and revenue. The clothing company shows no halt, they continue to excel by bringing together creative minds alike for a great turn-out. Contacting vendors and renting space too showcase the potential here that is offered. Stephen shared some thoughts on the future of the company and the promises it holds.

“I was very happy about the turnout of the Meetup. There’s already over 150 photos posted on Instagram from the event (check out #bxnkmeet to see the photos). I’m confident that there’s a bright future for Detroit’s creative industry witnessing all the talented creatives and artists at the event. 

Since we are so new, we haven’t had a chance to see if brand responsibility is helping boost sales. We’ve been really focusing on marketing and these pop-up events, and that’s definitely been helping. However, I know other brands that focus on brand responsibility, that’s where all of their sales come from”- @Doubleohstephen
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Napalm Spot Re-releases Every Pulse “IndiviDUALism makes me question am I Christian”

 

 

 

Underground emcee Jevonte Daykofa decides he wants the re-release of his latest music video, Every Pulse. Not being satisfied with the previous one, he wanted his moves to match what he was expressing. The thought and emotion provoking artist stated he wants his artistry done in the right way. This song high-lights undertones of western cultural philosophies with cartons/video games that influenced pop culture in a significant way.

 

 

 

Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Is The Deadly Fierce Heading Too Detroit

The Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is the car of Twenty-eighteen. The cap for production of this vehicle was set at 3’300. The Demon was set for a viper red paint job and is now heading off the product assembly line at Ontario. Comparably more top of the line car to the twenty-eighteen challenger SRT Hell Cat.  The car has an 6.2L Hemi SRT Demon V8 engine. Set for peek performance, this car is street-race ready.

Detroit has always been known for living the lavish-lifestyle of balling out the gym. This car will be a nice addition to any person who is into money making tactics or earning their funds through street racing. Just like any SRT that you see driving around in Detroit, this new addition will be the biggest car you see in a FMB DZ Music Video. 2pac would ride this car like the BWM 7 series, this car will be sure too fit the lifestyles of the lavish.