Wanted to provide rundown of what I’ve seen thus far from Banksy’s Better Out Than In NYC showcase. Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to catch all of them, but I’m trying to keep up! Please note that almost all of these were taken with my iPhone. Obviously, there were some...
The multi-talented producer, singer, rapper, musician took some time out from his promo run to play his album to a select group of journalists and hip hop heads in NYC last night. Check out a few shots from the event:
Following LIZ and Kitten, Charli XCX came roaring on to the stage playing her biggest hits from her new album, True Romance, and beyond. Check out a full gallery of my SHOTS now and relive the night!
Aside from LIZ, indie rock band Kitten opened up for Charli XCX at her Irving Plaza show. Check out a handful of photos from the wild performance:
Last night, LIZ stepped on the stage of NYC’s Irving Plaza and killed it. The Mad Decent songstress has a unique R&B/Pop vibe that’s evident in her vocals & sound. Check out some shots from the performance:
On the heels of Banksy showcasing his work throughout the month of October, fellow street artist Invader has stepped in to satisfy the appetites of those craving the chase. He has “invaded” the city, placing a number of his patented tiled works around downtown Manhattan and Brooklyn. Check them out:
For the second night in a row, I was able to catch Cults live during CMJ week – and this time around it was even better than the first time. Check out some shots from their show:
In a bit of an album release show – their new album Static was released at midnight on Tuesday 10/15 – Cults hypnotized Brooklyn Bowl with their rhythmic indie pop sound. It was also a way to kick of CMJ week with a bang! Check out a few photos from their set:
I was excited to read on the internets this afternoon that acclaimed street artist Banksy allegedly hit NYC for the first time in a while. With the news, I explored the general region where the initial photo was taken and wound up finding the piece at 18 Allen Street. Check out a few SHOTS:
Last week, The Source invited me out to check out Big Sean’s ‘Hall Of Fame’ album release show at Terminal 5. Of course, I accepted and was thoroughly entertained by the Detroit city MC. A few photos from the show below:
Industry vet Juicy J put out his Columbia Records debut album yesterday and to celebrate, he headed down to Bowery for his release party. There, he was presented with a platinum plaque for “Bandz” and congratulated by Wiz Khalifa and his peers. Photos below: