Sean over at The LupE.N.D Blog is quick! LOL, any who, Lupe Fiasco premiered his music video for ‘Around My Way (Freedom Ain’t Free)’ on BET’s 106 & Park today and the video has now been made available on YouTube.
Watch Lu and a couple of his “cartoonish” pals cruise around the city of Chicago in this Alex Nazari directed music video below. Can you spot the symbolism(s)?
Cassie looks sizzling is the photograph above and photographer Steven Baillie made sure to caught that sizzle for Lovecat Magazine’s issue #5. In the feature, Cassie flaunts her slim figure in glossy latex tops and skirts in front of a tripped-out abstracted background.
See the flicks below.
Things are looking up for the amazing crooner known as Austin Brown. The young talent is set to perform at an exclusive Pre-BET Awards Celebration that will be hosted by producer Jermaine Dupri in honor of Brown for being BET’s Music Matter Artist.
I need to stop being late to the party…One of my favorite bands is finally back and making music again! Pop/Rock band No Doubt released a brightly fluorescent-colored album cover (seen above) for their upcoming single ‘Settle Down’ (out July 16th).
‘Settle Down’ will appear on the band’s fifth studio Push and Shove which will be released on September 25th according to the good people at Neon Limelight. This is the band first big release since Rock Steady, which was released in December 2001…that’s about eleven years ago!
Fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier teamed up with Coca-Cola to design a limited edition collection for the soft drink brand’s Diet Coke. The good people over at Karl Is My Unkle were able to assist the brand that appointed Gaultier as the new Creative Director.
According to KIMU exclusive, Gaultier developed the online content, retail concepts, and ad campaigns (which were shot by Stéphane Sednaoui) that is currently being seen across Europe. KIMU also went into details about the campaign:
To celebrate the launch, Gaultier stars in three short films produced by Wolkoff Arnodin “The Night & Day Serial Designer”, where Gaultier takes on a different role, from a therapist to a journalist and even a private detective. Each film heroes one of the Diet Coke puppets and brings to life their personality in a humorous way. You also get to see Jean Paul Gaultier play dress up – as you’ve never seen him before.