With sites like Facebook and Instagram becoming the modern scrapbook for the average traveler, businesses like Black Travel Snob, owned and operated by Subira Willock, are taking status updates to the next level in order to give Black globetrotters more of a platform.“From blogs to popular Instagram personalities, Black travelers are seeing themselves in amazing places. Black Travel Snob was created out of a necessity to share information and experiences specific to travelers of color…” says Willock.
The Journey Of Unlocking The Truth Shows The Ugly Realities Of The Music Business
Their journey has been captured in Breaking a Monster, Luke Meyer’s new documentary. The Brooklyn band got mega attention when a video of their Times Square metal performance went viral. It led to the trio of 11- and 12-year-olds getting signed to a $1.8 million record deal. What they didn’t expect is what happened next: the endless meetings with record company reps, A&R folks, lawyers, and dealing with branding ideas such as turning them into anime Boondocks-like characters…
Jordan Brand Unveils The New Jordan Eclipse
You can’t expect all Jordan Brand kicks to be basketball sneakers or super-advanced trainers. The latest model from JB, the Jordan Eclipse, is a casual sports sneakers that nevertheless features some high end flourishes. The low top shoe is made from a deconstructed textile upper which is light and breathable while the neoprene tongue makes for a moldable fit.
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