Stori manages to pull off a high fashion photo while riding around in a drop-top.

Eve backstage at the Conan Show.

Photo of the Day: Elle Varner

Elle Varner snaps her beautiful ‘Fro before getting ready for the The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) awards.

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Photo(s) of the Day: Elle Varner, Eve and Stori

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Bro of the Week: Tuko of Tha Boogie


After releasing 3 albums with Tha Boogie and being mentored by award-winning singer-writer-producer, Raphael Saadiq, Tuko, a Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter released his first solo album, Infrared and Ultraviolet (I and U). He steers from the bubbly-pop sound that Tha Boogie is known for, and goes for beats that thump harder and lyrics that are aggressive yet candid.

Last week, we had the privilege of attending his album release party at Tru Hollywood Nightclub, where a couple hundred of his friends and loved ones gathered to support him. The 9-track album was made in a very special place: his bedroom. He said, “I can say that everyone on my album has been in my bedroom. And to bring the album from my bedroom to you guys, here at Tru Hollywood, is such an honor.” Highlight tracks: “Ready For The World/Tragic End,” ” Poisonous Tradition,” “2020 AD,” and “Prince Shxt.” What I took away from the party is that Tuko is eager to pursue his dreams. Fear and insecurities will not stop him.

Download Infrared and Ultraviolet here.

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Music Break: Nitty Scott, MC’s ‘Flower Child’ feat. Kendrick Lamar {Video}



Daisies and sunflowers and lace and silk is not what typically comes to mind when one thinks of beat-clapping New York hip-hop, but Nitty Scott, MC flirts with her “Bohemian ways” in the latest video for her single “Flower Child” featuring Kendrick Lamar.

Fun fact: The video was funded through 151 of Nitty’s supporters who contributed to her ”Pardon My Bohemian Ways” Kickstarter campaign.



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Photo of the Day: Iggy Azalea for Hunger Magazine