All Posts By Richardine Bartee

PeepsOut: An innovative live stream app for nightlife advantage

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PeepsOut, a new live stream marketing company based in New York City, is officially changing the way you search for things to do or places to go with friends by bringing venue ambience to its users from the comfort of their palms via mobile devices and / or personal computers.

ScHoolboy Q at SpinMedia SXSW Showcase

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Friday at high noon, ScHoolboy Q took the stage at the Spin Magazine / Vans stage in downtown Austin. It was overcast and humid but the weather was hardly a concern when the TDE breakout star took the stage. Opening with “Gangsta, Gangsta” from his chart topping album Oxymoron, the SXSW crowd was promptly warmed

Video Premiere: The Pearl Harts’ “Black Blood”

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The bond between The Pearl Harts already existed before they were a band. Meeting on the road whilst in other acts, they ran away and now, simply the group describes themselves as “outlaws”. In 2013, the duo put on their first show and released a confrontational track about making a deal with the devil. Luckily for them, it caught the attention of blogs on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean and it was played on John Kennedy’s XFM and Amazing Radio.

Stream: Kelis’ “Rumble” (Breach Remix)

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Kelis’ new single ‘Rumble’ got the remix treatment by English DJ / Producer Breach. Be sure to check her out at SXSW and stop by her food truck to pick up some free food made by Kelis. It’s going to be serving all around SXSW. You can find locations by following her at @iamkelis.

Did You Know Beyoncé Has A Cosmetology Center In Brooklyn?

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Aside from making history again by being noted as the highest paid entertainer of African-American descent, being mother to Blue Ivy and wife to Rapper Jay-Z, and just being Beyoncé, the 32-year-old businesswoman, is involved in many side projects near and dear to her heart; The Beyoncé Cosmetology Center at the Phoenix House in Brooklyn, New York is one of them.

Interview: Caspa Narkz

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Some weeks ago, in the Bad Boy offices located in New York City, a Brooklyn-bred 26-year-old rapper and producer named Caspa Narkz and I discussed how sheer boredom inspired him to make music, his first offer to sign to Capitol Records at the age of 14, his beginnings, and finding a website called SoundClick over ten years ago, which changed his life.