Last week in NYC, T.I. held a private screening to debut his new music video for “No Mediocre” featuring Iggy Azalea. I was on hand to take a few shots of the event, which also featured appearances from Lil Duval, Troy Ave, Elliott Wilson, Maino & more. Check the shots:...
Steve Angello debuted his new music video for “Wasted Love” in one of the most well-known places in the entire world: Times Square. Check out a coupe of shots from the surprise event:
The lovely actress Megan Fox continued on her Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film promo run with a chat about the film with a live audience down in SoHo. Check out some shots:
Check out a quick recap video of the night, including performances from Deniro Farrar, Bodega Bamz and DJ Mustard. For photos from the event, click here.
As part of Brisk’s ‘Brisk Bodega’ campaign, the brand made its mark in Brooklyn last night. With music curated by DJ Mustard – who’s killing the game right now – you just had to be there to experience it. Check out some shots:
J. Cole performed his acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up exclusively for the attendees of this highly coveted annual concert and finished up with some of his more current album hits. Truly an amazing night had by all. Check out some shots from the event:
Dreamville artist Bas opened up the night on the NYC leg of the Dollar and a Dream annual tour, put on by J. Cole and his Dreamville team. As always, the lyrical MC brought the noise as the crowd rapped alongside him. Check out some shots from his set:
I recently vacationed in Bermuda – one of my favorite places. Check out a handful of shots from the trip now:
No photo pass like the last time (check out my shots here, here and here) JDOTSHOTS attended the event in 2012, but crazy none the less. Check out a handful of shots from Summer Jam 2014:
The VC Polo Classic made its triumphant return back to Liberty State Park for a perfect day of sun, champagne, friends, and polo. Check out some shots from the day:
The up and coming Midwest MC invaded NYC for his first ever show down in the Lower East Side and absolutely killed it.