Unwritten Prophecy

Monday, October 31, 2011

College Fashionista: Guys K.I.S.S. Too

college fashionista College Fashionista brings style advise from college campus fashionistas. This week, I made it on the website. Check out the article here.

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Music Video: Mac Miller- Smile Back

Mac Miller is back with Smile Back, a tough track off his latest, highly anticipated album, Blue Slide Park, dropping November 8th. Mac Miller shows us a more grown-up self and a lyrically genius flow that's become common to this young talent. Also check out his latest single, Blue Slide Park.

Monday, October 10, 2011

Music: Sins of the Loose Buttons- Slow Burn

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Sins of the Loose Buttons are back at it again with their latest track, Slow Burn, hot off the wax from the heart and soul of Manhattan's newest sensation. The song is a mix between Death Cab for Cutie and Radiohead with a twist of their own that's kept me pressing replay, all day. Check them out and they'll let you know what they're all about.

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Music Video: Sins of the Loose Buttons- Retrobox

I used to babysit frontman Eric Nizgretsky back in the day but after seeing his latest music video, "Retrobox", by Sins of the Loose Buttons, it seems that he has grown into a mature and refined musician, in no need of a babysitter. The music video is set on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, showcasing the band's care-free lifestyle and musical talent. Check out Sins and get ready to sin.

Monday, October 3, 2011

New Music Video: Drake- Headlines

Drake unveils "Headlines", his first single of his newest album, Take Care, due to release on October 24th. The track is raw and fast with punch line hits that are common to Drizzy's style. The video itself takes us into the heart of Toronto where Drake grew up, showing us aspects of the city in fast frame cuts of the Skydome, abandoned buildings and Drake's posse. YMCMB Forever!

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Music Video: Big K.R.I.T.- The Vent

Big K.R.I.T. is by far, my favorite rapper alive. His ability to rhythm skillfully and express his sentiments towards mainstream music, immortalizes him with greats, along with rappers like Common and Mos Def. From the state of Mississippi comes rapper Big K.R.I.T. who makes his own beats and thinks on his feet. Listen up.