Archive for 'Art'


With the world going crazy because of the Twitter beef and Rihanna’s album being teased ASAP Rock and Pharrell take advantage of the free Hip-Hop publicity and release a new track that is under three minutes and dubbed, “Hear Me.” The song is produced by Kino Beats and Miles Sloan.

What do you think?

Snoop Dogg Releases Bush Album Cover + Trailer


So here we finally get a first look at the cover of Snoop’s upcoming album Bush, executive produced by Pharrell, but we also got a groovy little trailer. Click MORE to check it out.

Drake Delays Album, But Debuts Cover Art


The anticipation for Drake’s new album “Nothing Was The Same”  is ocntinuing to build now that he’s delayed the project’s release and debuted the album’s cover art.

The album was originally set to drop on Septemeber 17, but for whatever reason Drizzy decided to make us wait another week.

The album’s duel covers look to represent Drakes transition from boy to man. Both portraits were illustrated by Kadir Nelson, the same man that created the artwork for Michael Jackson’s posthumous album, Michael.

Look for “Nothing Was The Same” to debut in stores on September 24.


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Written by Danie Buchanan

Frank Ski’s 8th Annual Wine Tasting Event

Following the success of his YouthBowl event, Frank Ski held his 8th annual Wine Tasting Event at Frank Ski’s Restaurant and Lounge.Guest that were in attendence were Greg Street, Devyone Stephens and many of Atlanta’s past Mayors including Kasim Reed, Shirley Franklin, Bill Campbell, and Andrew Young plus more. The event was filled with decretive art, easy listening music, and was overall an eloquent event.

Napa Valley honored Frank Ski by giving him huge bottles of wine to be auctioned off. Greg Street was also honored at the wine tasting, not only for donating to the Frank Ski Kids Foundation, but also for contributing so much to the community and helping out our youth.

This was the first time Frank Ski held his wine tasting event anywhere public, where as it’s usually held in the private comfort of someone’s home.

B.E.T’s Kelly G, Frank Ski’s Lovely Wife Tonya, Greg Streets and Nike’s Rep Ruth came out to represent Frank.


Andrew Young and his wife with Frank Ski and Wife Tonya

All of the funds raised that night went to the Frank Ski Kid Foundation. This annual event, like others, were a major success. It’s not too late to donate to Frank Ski’s Kid Foundation. Go over to for more information.

The Mood and lay out of the night was so nice

Mayor Kasim Reed With Frank Ski and his lovely wife Tonya

Grand Master Flash with Frank  READ MORE

Nicki Minaj Covers W Magazine

Femcee Nicki Minaj covers the November issue of W Magazine. In the magazine, we see another side of Nicki Minaj as she is transformed into a queen from the 18th century. Look inside for more interesting pics. READ MORE


Antwan “Big Boi” Patton held the 5th Annual fundraiser for his Big Kidz Foundation.(7/19) I really wish I would have had the opportunity to come out but from what I heard and StraightFromtheA is reporting the event was field with wonderful Art and music. Yall know I paint so what would have been right up me lane. The evening’s theme was “Canvas for Kids” and Big, along with a few of his celebrity friends like T.I., Martha Stewart, Andre 3000, Idris Elba, Ludacris, The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Janelle Monae and more, all contributed an original piece of artwork to auction off for the kids. Big even contributed a bit of his own cash to the cause! He came out of pocket with $1,800 after winning a bidding war for George Clinton’s masterpiece.


The event, hosted by funnyman Faizon Love aka Big Worm and was held at the Mason Murer Fine Arts Gallery. Jennifer Lester, executive director of Big Kidz foundation, explained the goal for the evening and addressed the issue of school budget cuts, stating:

We asked several celebrities to create one-of-a-kind canvases to be auctioned off at the height of this evening, so we aren’t only excited to have the support of the city of Atlanta with the mayor creating a piece, we also hope to raise a lot of money for the arts, because we know that millions of dollars, not only in Atlanta, but throughout Georgia, have been cut from the school budget and the art programs and the extracurricular activities are the first to go.

T.I.P (rapper)

The top selling piece of the evening was T.I.’s “King” creation, which sold for $2,200. I don’t have a photo of it but picture this… a crown drawn in the center of the canvas sprinked with a drizzling of paint drippings. Yeah… it’ll be worth millions one day.

Big Boi’s objective with his Big Kidz Foundation is to introduce kids to the arts and humanities. With schools these days cutting budgets for these types of programs, it is his hope to provide a solution for kids in the form of activities geared towards keeping their creativity alive.

“Having the arts program is very important. It gives kids something to look forward to besides the schoolwork,” he said. “We want to provide a forum where kids can be creative and express themselves.

We’re all about the arts and supporting music and theater and whatever else they want to do.”

Shot out to Bigs lovely wife, Sherlita she always looks out… Here Are All the pic’s.. READ MORE