Tastemaker Thursday’s KickOff in NYC 12/10/2015

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Tastemaker Thursday is excited to announce its new home at Open House Cocktail Lounge on Houston Street and Ave A in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. The three worlds of art, fashion, and music collide with true industry trendsetters, tastemakers, and influencers in one location. Amazing graffiti and street art from some of the most prolific artist New York City will be on display for your visual enjoyment. There will be an urban fashion show that includes Life Capsule, Pharaonic Brand, DankNYC, Lyfe Shop, 718 Cyclery and Pocket Rocket Apparel.  Do not forget to plan to complete your holiday shopping with on site pop-up shops from all the brands featured in the fashion show. Sounds by Zboy and Dj Don Dillenger and live performances by Doctor BreakFast, Peter Ro, i-AM-i, SuperHelpFulBK and Arie Dixon. #BeATasteMaker #TasteMakerThursdays 




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Video Of The Week: TRIGGA – Super Bright (official Video)

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Luscious Kisses In NYC

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Siimba Liives Long – Cocaine Bimbie Video!

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In his first visual “Cocaine Bimbie” (Scored by Felly) off the sonic series Zemenays Gemiinii Siimba Liives Long heads to Ethiopia, South Africa and New York to walk with lions and swag on his enemies.


1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL ($6,000,000 USD)

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An extremely rare 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing Racer W198 will soon be auctioned at RM Sotheby’s this year, with an expected price tag of around $6,000,000 USD. The car, which paved the way for Gullwing automotive design to modern day, is one of only four ever prepped for racing and testing out of the factory by Mercedes-Benz. The car in question has actually been raced by Sir Stirling Moss, hall-of-fame Formula 1 racer, and placed second at the Tour de France championship. Once decommissioned, the Gullwing Racer was then owned by a single owner for 40 years and thus restored by the owner’s son in 2008 to its present day condition. Currently, the highest valued Gullwing sold, according to Sports Car market, was $4.62 Million in 2012 at the Gooding & Company’s Scottsdale auction, so a $6 million price tag for this racer version is no surprise.


Producer Of The Week: Big Peace (Baltimore, MD)

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PeaceProductions one of the newest and hotest music producing team to hit the scene.Their Known For their independent source of good music in the city of Baltimore. Their music mission is to work international with deferent genres,artist on a higher level.PeaceProductions aka Big peace the producer, has worked with some of 410 hottest like artist’s m.o.b Damo,P-silent,s.o.s Young profit,Dan deville, and more. Big Peace started in 2014 with a Mac book and a boombox giving away beats to unsigned artist around the city. And then big peace Team up with mind Blowin’entertinment from a small city called Mullins in south Carolina and since PeaceProductions and Mind Blowin teamed up its been nothing but success and blessings. In 2015 Big peace the Producer brew up some fire and m.o.b Damo drop a hot flow and let the world hear ”ah”need”ah” baker, Pimp talk, Crabs. I can say those tracks are fire and check it out 410 own unsigned independent Label Peaceproductions.


JAPAN vs BULGARIA / GREECE [bgirl finals] // .stance // Battle Of The Year 2015

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bgirls Ayane & Noa (Japan – KAKB Crew)


bgirls Queen Mary & Maggoosh (Bulgaria / Greece)

Finals of Battle of the Year Bgirl 2015

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Drake has dropped a video for his runaway success track “Hotline Bling.” Currently sitting at No. 2 in the Billboard charts, “Hotline Bling” debuted back in July at the very beginning of the Canadian rapper’s beef with Meek Mill. Now out of the shadows, and given its own chance to take the limelight, the song has been granted the above visuals. Check out Drizzy’s moves here


Yoshimi Tsujimoto – Smooth Criminal

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Classical music covers of popular songs are a wonderful thing. The latest video to surface shows a traditional Japanese rendition of Michael Jackson’s “Smooth Criminal, performed by professional shakuhachi (a Japanese bamboo flute) player Yuko Watanabe along with two backup performers on a koto (a stringed instrument, also the national instrument of Japan).




The College Of HipHop Q&A (5 and Out)

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What is the mission of The College Of Hip-Hop?


TCOHH:  The mission of The College Of Hip Hop is to teach the business aspect of arts and entertainment to aspiring talent and CEO’s. The knowledge gained from becoming a paid subscriber will empower the CEO’s and talent to understand and value the arts and entertainment industry more.  www.TheCollegeOfHipHop.Org is the premier on-line learning institution, which uses dynamic seminars to educate our students on key elements of the arts and entertainment business


What can someone expect to gain from TCOHH?


TCOHH: If you’re a paid subscriber at The College Of Hip Hop you can expect to educate yourself to the business side of the entertainment education. We offer a wide range of seminars from budgeting to tax id numbers. We researched the common things that people who were entering the industry did not know. So we decided those are the things we wanted to teach. You can also gain more knowledge from the book we recently released “10 Steps to profit from your Passion” which is a self-help book for entrepreneurs. It can be found on Amazon http://www.amazon.com/dp/B010RDRRUU for $2.99 for the e book.

How long does TCOHH take to certify students?


TCOHH:  The entertainment industry is an on going so having certification isn’t our focus; our focus is to make sure that the student understands the business.


Why should someone take a course at TCOHH when there are so many free similar resources?


TCOHH:  We look at the situation like this, just because something free is offered doesn’t mean it’s the right thing for you, at The College Of Hip Hop.Org we take the time to make sure we are projecting the correct information.  We dig deep into the subject and make sure the student will be able to take the best from the seminar they are viewing.


What is the cost and where can people find TCOHH online?

TCOHH: The cost to become a paid subscriber to The College Of Hip Hop is only 19.96 for a total years access. You can enroll by clicking the link


http://thecollegeofhiphop.org/registration/. Once you’re a paid subscriber you can watch all of the seminars as much as you’d like too.


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