On Wednesday, December 8th, LA Weekly and Goldenvoice brought the Smoker’s Club Tour to the El Rey Theatre featuring Curren$y, Nipsey Hu$$le, Dom Kennedy, & Smoke DZA. Here are some of the photos from the SOLD OUT show:
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On Thursday, December 2nd, EPMD played at the Key Club in West Hollywood. Here are some photos I snapped from the show:
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The 4th Annual How the Grouch Stole Christmas show was completely SOLD OUT at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles last Wednesday, December 1st.
The crowd went completely wild when the Grouch brought out fellow members of Living Legends such as, Luckyiam and Sunspot Jonz. Here are some photos of the epic show:
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This past Saturday, I ventured onto the Sunset Strip for Slightly Stoopid at the Roxy Theatre and Daedalus at House of Blues – Sunset Strip.
Here are some photos of the two concerts:
Since the BET Awards this year were held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles hosted by Queen Latifah, Die Famous Die Young mobbed Hollywood with they’re posters.
Biggie and Marilyn Monroe were definitely my favorite.
Here are the winners from the evening:
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Campaign: MDG Sunglasses
Photographer: Steven Klein
Madonna worked with the creative minds at Dolce & Gabbana to create a new line of MDG sunglasses, so for no surprise, Madonna is featured in the ad campaign. Shot in a bathroom stall by photographer Steven Klein, Madonna shows off her sultry cougar attitude caressing a studly young man that must be half her age while being followed by reporters.
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With all the hype surrounding her recent music video for her single “Born Free” directed by Romain Gavras, 34-year-old Maya Arulpragasam, or more commonly known as M.I.A., is featured in a shoot for the New York Times Magazine shot by New York photographer Ryan McGinley. This 2-day shoot through Manhattan and Brooklyn presents M.I.A.‘s young and carefree personality from swinging by the Manhattan skyline to getting wet by a fire hydrant geyser in Brooklyn.
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