THE NEXT UP
In order to stay relevant, you have to learn how to stay with the current times and styles. I come from a generation where hip hop didn't except singing and rapping, but now times have certainly changed. Even when times change, you may not like it, but you have to learn to accept it. And when you do, make it your own! That's what Soulsimplicity's upcoming "Forever fresh" collection is about...constantly reinventing and keeping your integrity. If Soulsimplicity brand were to get "high" this collection would be outcome! Can't wait for you to see it!
Sitting at my computer working on Forever Fresh collection and I hear one of my favorite joints by Eric Roberson! Thought I share! enjoy!
So I came across this great interview with Nas. If you watched my previous blog entry I mentioned the millennial generation and the older generation; my generation. I shed some light on how the hustle is different and how there mindset is a lot different from ours; (which i love) and how they think outside the box. But Nas's interview explains why ultimately this is the case with the new generation. Its a great interview. its actually an hour long, but this section is 3 minutes.
check it out!
Co - founder Cameron Wilson talks about the same ol' same ol' in urban streetwear and the upcoming "Forever Fresh line by Soulsimplicity.com
Just when thought the cheating rumors and allegations circulating Beyonce' and Jay Z were enough, here comes "boycott Beyonce'." During the kickoff of The Formation World Tour in Miami tonight, fans spotted a new batch of merchandise that features the bold words “Boycott Beyoncé” written on the front. The phrase, seen on tees and phone cases, is a clever response to the wave of criticism Bey received following the Super Bowl 50 halftime show. Critics claimed the “Formation” performance was a “race-baiting stunt” as well as “a slap in the face to law enforcement,” mostly due to the Black Panther Party references. Soon after the show, critics began to organize protests and even called for a Beyoncé boycott, which was ultimately a big ol’ fail.