Our first playlist for New York Fashion Week 2014 consisted of an eclectic mix of jazzy tempos from the likes of Gramatik and pop favorites from Lady Gaga to Bruno Mars. This second playlist features a more sultry collection of sexy female--but not limited to--vocals riding deep alongside euphoric basslines. Runway music oftentimes have the quality of being deeply mysterious, alluring and seductive, which are the key factors that helped shape this playlist. Like fashion, old tunes never go out of style. This mix consists of old and fresh new tracks that will have you bumpin' to your playlist en vogue.
Besides the epic performances and awards, one of our favorite parts of awards shows is the fashion! Some celebrities really called on their inner fashion gods and goddesses last night. And some just well... didn't. Take a look at some our favorite celebrities who got it right and rocked the red carpet at the 2013 American Music Awards last night.
She didn't rock a dress adorned with Biggie and Tupac's face this time around (although she did wear a 2 piece get up adorned with cats during her performance). Miley decided to keep it classy at this award's show and she strolled down the red carpet in a simple Versace pantsuit.
Last week, we encountered some of the worst excuses for Halloween costumes that certain celebs have shamelessly flaunted. Damn, that Octomom one still gives me the heebie jeebies. For now, we can rub out that monstrosity from our eyes so we can focus on the awesome.
As I mentioned earlier, what really qualifies a costume to be considered good or bad? Physical appeal certainly plays a major part, but also the amount of effort put into the costume. If we regular folk can manage to put together an ensemble that doesn't induce vomiting, surely the rich & famous of Hollywood can make do with their lowly bank accounts that can't even buy more than 10 yachts. What's the point of life if we cannot boat AND party at the same time, am I right?
The most shocking verdict since the O.J. Simpson trial is dominating the headlines, not only in the world abroad, but Hollywood and celebrity life as well. Casey Anthony was found not guilty of murder charges related to the murder of her two- year old daughter Caylee. ( This means she will not be tried again if new evidence should surface.)
The former mother was all smiles in the court room yesterday as the verdict came in, leaving her make-believe world of working at Universal Studios, having a baby sitter, boyfriend named Jeff, (all the above) apparently allowed to continue; as she walked away a free woman. Stars took to twitter, outraged of Kray-c Anthony's verdict.
Come down to Beach Bar this Saturday and hit the dance floor jamming to DJ Johnny Budz. Johnny Budz holds more than one title as a popular club DJ, radio DJ, remixer, producer, and entertainment company CEO, just to name a few. If he’s not spinning at the hottest clubs in the New York/New Jersey area, he’s either remixing top Billboard hits or taking over the airwaves on his various mix shows. His extensive repertoire of house music has brought thousands of club goers to his dance floor, wherever he is.
Dec. 7: Natasha Bedingfield: Strip Me
Daft Punk: Tron Legacy Soundtrack
Flyleaf: Remember to Live
Adam Lambert: Acoustic Live!
Mumford & Sons: Sigh No More (Deluxe Edition)
Nine Inch Nails: Pretty Hate Machine: 2010 Remaster (Vinyl)
Plain White T’s: Wonders of the Younger
Some days we all find ourselves hating on this beautiful woman, who seems to excel in almost everything!
Kim Kardashian is apparently in the studio working on her first album with The Dream. The music producer has worked with famous musicians such as Rihanna, Ciara, Mariah Carey and even Beyonce.
Kardashian has been extremely successful already and a music career would be another item on her list of accomplishments.
Can't wait to hear some material, Kim!//
Lance Bass, Tinsley Mortimer, Olivia Palmero, Kelly Bensimon, Julie Henderson, Russel Simmons, Ciara, Swizz Beats, and Nicky Hilton were among the red carpet guests at the grand opening of Lavo on The Upper East Side. And, it's complete with a dance floor. What could be better? It seems that New York nightlife has a new superstar straight out of the Vegas desert.