Next time you’re at the bar take a look around. See that look of quiet, yet clearly shameful resignation on the face of that guy in the corner? You’ve seen him before, haven’t you? You’ve definitely seen that look. Yeah, so what’s the deal? you’re wondering. Did he lose his job? His boyfriend? Did his puppy get eaten
27-year-old Tyga (an acronym for Thank You God Always) hails from Southern California. He is currently signed to Young Money Entertainment, Cash Money Records and Universal Republic Records. He first received recognition with his debut single “Coconut Juice”, featuring Travie McCoy from Gym Class Heroes. Since then he has
When Beyoncé dropped her self titled album in 2013, unexpectedly and without promotion, everyone of us rushed out to download it, and just as expected, the album was full of amazing and empowering songs that didn’t disappoint. But one thing I did not expect, was for one song to start
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Being the last black man in San Francisco seems farfetched. Of course it does. This is intentionally absurd, obviously satirical. Of course it is. It should be as ridiculous as it sounds, but when we bring ourselves further into the numbers, perspective and emotion, it’s more bleak reality than artistic
The Noise Pop Festival is San Francisco’s favorite indie music, arts and film festival and it’s returning for its 24th year. This year’s festival is set to take place at a variety of venues throughout the San Francisco Bay area over nine days beginning on Friday, February 19 running through
I didn’t know there was such thing as true love until I discovered there was such thing as National Pizza Day. Now that I’m a believer, I’m spreading some of this good mojo by sharing these super sexy pizza photos with you. They are so hot, you might just burn
I was in Alabama hanging out with some locals, where else but on a porch. The breeze stopped blowing and a cloud of flies descended on us. Wayne, the old man whose porch we were sitting on turned to his friend: ‘Get the gun,’ he said, with a dribble of