I had fun these past couple of weeks! Between seeing "Watch The Throne" live and some of my work being plastered on the cover of a national newspaper it's been quite a ride. I wish I could say that summer vacation is beckoning, but alas... Oh well, I really like what I do, I'm not going to complain and I am planning LGF's birthday present which involves crossing borders. For the both of us.
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Hipster queuing and the power of instagram :
I called The Weeknd the Robin Proper Sheppard of hip hop which LGF thought to be a low blow, but I only said that because comparing him to Morrissey would have put me in the doghouse for a while. Plus I've seen my fair share of Sophia concerts and I actually meant it as a compliment. Sort of.
I'm sorry, but I found the whole gig a bit depressing and to have this particular crowd shrieking (and by god, these men were shrie-king) "What you bothering me for/There's a room full of n***as" wasn't exactly what I would call a moodbooster either.
A$AP Rocky on the other hand was fun. Jumping around. Hyping the crowd. Covering hits. 30 minutes worth.
Haha, that shit was short. But they kept it going for a little while longer by just getting women on stage and dancing to whatever the DJ played.
I heard several people (mostly girls) complain about the concert talking about how stupid it was of them to bring all the chicks on stage. I can't be mad at them though, because if I would've been a heterosexual male superstar, that is exactly what I'd done. I like this mob.
For all the above reasons.
(Please forward any mad tweets to @MrTeriusNash. It's all his fault. Homie was lit.)
Catching up with my friend Baloji is always a good time.
Nobody can touch HOV. If you were there and you didn't like it then don't talk to me. And I LOVED Kanye's solo moments.
LGF went to Paris real quick for the Robert Crumb exhibit.
I styled a shoot for DS Magazine, the style annex of Belgian quality newspaper De Standaard.
Photographer Boy Kortekaas.
Models Karina & Shanice.
On to the next one! (favourite WTT moment BTW)