Check out our artist Milo Don. New York Native Milo Don (Born Matthew Taylor) promise change goin' come to hip hop once again. His direction to take music not back to where it was but to a place where music has definition again, where the people can relate but yet still carry endless appreciation to the swagg. By just being his creative self and winning over the crowd, Milo Don always keep the people wanting more. Follow him on Twitter @RealMiloDon and on Facebook http://facebook.com/RealMiloDon
Sunday, June 19, 2011
Check out our photo shoot with Que from Day26 in Flavour Magazine. Keep looking for more of our work in upcoming blog post.
The first UK interview with Que! The former Diddy supergroup Day26 member
Thursday, June 16, 2011
We have been away for some time now. We have been busy doing a lot of photo shoots and some videos. So here is our first music video. The artist name is Rich Lowe. You can find him on facebook "Richard Rich Lowe Bush". Please follow us on Twitter @nointro and on facebook "Need No Introductions". Stay tuned for more videos and photos cause we are working on some pretty cool concepts that we are really excited about!!!!!
Saturday, May 23, 2009
So I was having a conversation with a friend about the situation with the college graduates this year and what do you know the next morning its the papers front page news. So basically I was stating the obvious, there are tons of people coming out of school this year. Good thing right, everyone's graduating finally time to come back home and get a job and finally start really living. Only problem is that there aren't that many jobs out there for the huge amount of graduates going back to there home towns. With people from 08 graduating class still looking for work, its hard to say the fate of this years class will be different. In a good economy, it takes the average grad student 9 mos to find a job in there line of study. So what is to be said about a bad economy, maybe up to a year or 2. The advice given by the news article was to maybe a great time to get your masters, travel(don't see that being very smart), and settle for that not so dream job to name a few. I guess only time will tell the fate of not just the new grads but all of us.
Wednesday, March 11, 2009
Thursday, February 26, 2009
Sunday, February 22, 2009
So sitting at the casting for the Hunter Show and a dance group comes in to audition. I've been looking for a dance group so I was excited, finally some dances to put in the show. Well I shouldn't have gotten my hopes up. The dancing started off slow and weak, thinking it was going to pick up later on in the routine was hopeless it only got worst by staying the same. When the manager saw I was losing interest he said that their going bout 50% right now. My questions is how do you go to a casting and perform at 50%, like since when that was the norm to under perform and you get the gig. Should have seen it, they were talking while dancing and almost looked like they were figuring out the moves while they were performing it. Most of the dancing was like had movements and disorganized and when the music transitioned they just stood around waiting, like ok this definitely doesn't hold my attention it wont hold the audience. I just found it interesting that you go to a casting and perform at 50% and expect to get a call back, are people serious?