24 year old Brooklyn born, Will Francis Lucas, first captured my attention for his work with MisterWives on their debut “Lullaby” video. Mr. Lucas makes dark pop videos with beatufiul European models that look like Fellini movies & psychedelic rap videos that evoke experimental cinema of the 1960s.
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Shomi Patwary, I found out, is the jack-of-all-trades. Not only is he one talented director/videographer, but also an editor, producer, director, designer, consultant, A&R and manager. …
This time around on The SPOTLIGHT, we decided to talk to the one and only Georgette Cline. You might have seen her work on major publications like Vibe, XXL, GIANT, Trace, Black Beat, Complex, Rap-Up and Right On. In this interview she talks to her about her journey from the bottom to the top as a journalist, new music, being on MTV and more.
On this installment of The SPOTLIGHT we featured our good friend, Andrew Nosnitshky as know as “Noz”. Noz is a well known for his legendary site CocaineBlunts.com. He’s done work for almost everybody at XXL’s site for a few years, Scratch Magazine, NPR, Vibe, Billboard, Complex, Fader, The Wire.
A writer and comedian at heart, Zach Kelly, a freelance music journalist and critic from Washington D.C. frequently contributes to Pitchfork and Paper magazine when he’s not watching episodes of Frozen Planet on the Discovery Channel. Below is a Q&A with Zach about his recent success, past experiences, and mixed with his 2012 top 5 songs so far.
Will Power, a.k.a. SupaHotBeats, was born in Carmel, California. He is already a 13 year veteran in the music business and is currently one of the most..
In Part 2, hip hop writer Toshitaka, talks about the parallel between rap music and the writing game, his thoughts on….
Everyone meet Toshitaka Kondo, Senior Editor at Complex Magazine. In this video, He speaks on the beginnings of his career, how a degree in financing get him into hip hop, and the collapse of the music industry hip hop depression.
Online Marketing guy Seneca Doss might roll around in his head. It’s a legit reason to believe he would say that. After all… when your called The Beast, thoughts of destroying and winning has to be the only train of thought. Amazingly enough, those thoughts come from humble beginnings and multiple challenges.
On this episode of the “The Spotlight” we introduce you to, Brian “B. Dot” Miller, the man behind one of Hip Hop’s strongest website. Enjoy!
Our first guest on “The SPOTLIGHT” is a New York City’s Photographer, Ernest Estime. We had a brief conversation about his career, future, and more.