My dude Jimmy Mac(Bulldog Bikes Worldwide) had a party for his new venture called BDG at club Taj last night. The party was originally suppose to be across the street at another club but it got moved. It just so happened that Lil Mo was having a listening party that same night at Taj which was a good look. I got the hook up with a VIP pass and took some pictures up in VIP area and got my TMZ on. Over all there was a cool mix of people in the club, BMXers were in the building 4sho, the Bulldog team was reppin and I ran into my dudes Dj Wiz, CL from Digiwaxx and i also ran into the homie Roe. I had Dj Sk~1 with me and he was itching to get on the 1 and 2’s, we were both trippin on how bad the Dj was lol. This was my fist night using my new camera in the field so you know what that means, I had to figure out how to really use that shit lol, after messing around with the settings I finally figured out a setting that worked for me, check out the pics below! Oh And you know my “Look Away” movement continues lol!
Skip Marley – That’s Not True ft. Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley
Seba Kaapstad “Don’t” Is An Awesome Tune
We’re loving this new joint “Don’t” by South African neo soul group Seba Kaapstad. The mix of jazz, soul, HipHop and R&B are perfectly balanced and beautifully structured. Beautiful vibes 4sho! “Don’t” is featured on their upcoming album “Thina” which is dropping May 17th 2019 via Bandcamp
About Seba Kaapstad:
“Cynicism is an easy sell. We’re skeptical of harmony because the news sows division, social media runs on scorn, and tangible reminders of good have become increasingly rare. Yet there are those whispered moments of unity, those artists who effortlessly embody the ideals of fusion –those who allow us to reap the rewards that can only yielded from an embrace of different ideas, cultures, and sounds. This is the genius of Seba Kaapstad.
Seba Kaapstad is a multi-national neo-soul quartet comprised of a South African, a Swazi, and two Germans. They summon the most powerful manifestation of creativity: music that represents an idea. Their Mello Music debut album, Thina, takes its name from the Zulu word for “us.” It is a gorgeous halo of soul, encompassing several continents worth of sound, and obliterating the notion of genre. It is divined by artists whose lineage is riven with trauma and suffering. But like their ancestors, they endured. And only in this futuristic present could they reconcile the perseverance and turmoil of the past, using music to inspire unity and heal.”
Zategy, Game Play -Toy Fair NY 2019
We caught up with Kurt from Families Play Forever at Toy Fair NY 2019. He gave us some game play action of the company’s popular Zategy game. Zategy is a fast tile game where you lay 4 squares in a row while preventing your oponents from laying their 4 squares before you. It comes with 4 different tile colors so 4 people can play at a time. It also has up to 10 different ways you can play it.
For more details visit FamiliesPlayForever.com
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