The film also features actors such as Nonso Anozie and Letita Wright, and is directed by Glover’s main collaborator Hiro Murai, with whom he worked on major projects such as Atlanta and “This is America”.
This past weekend brought an insane two day lineup for Camp Flog Gnaw, the seven year old festival helmed by Tyler, the Creator and produced by the events company. One of the only outdoor festivals in the middle of November, the show lined up a range of legacy acts and stars on the rise. The production was said to be both impressive and immersive- with flashing neon lights strobing throughout the main stages of the Dodger Stadium parking lots.
The festival grew alongside Odd Future, although throughout the yerars the group loosened its grip on the line up. This year, the two day festival featured a range of rap, R&B, and pop artists, both on the rise and already on top. Names include Kali Uchis, Pusha T, and SZA.
Acts like Rex Orange County and Brockhampton, who adopted Odd Future’s technique into their growth and earnestness for the next sub generation of kids. Probably the most notable performance was Kanye West and Kid Cudi’s set as Kids See Ghosts, which closed out the festival on Sunday night.
The co creator of Marvel Comics and the industry behind them, Stan Lee, has passed away at the age of 95 after a long battle with both his vision and pneumonia. Although being rushes from his Hollywood Hill home to the local Medical Center, the world renowned artist passed away a couple nights back.
Accompanied by the household name Jack Kirby, Lee went forward in solidifying a world which created characters within our favorite films such as The Fantastic Four, Spider Man, Black Panther, The Incredible Hulk, The Men, Iron Man, and most recently, The Avengers. The characters represented the reflections of the world everyone knew, while still carrying out of this world superpowers and abilities. The films provided and continue to provide an escape for all of Lee’s fans.
Actor Chris Evans tweeted out in honor of the creator. “There will never be another Stan Lee. For decades he provided both young and old with adventure, escape, comfort, confidence, inspiration, strength, friendship and joy. He exuded love and kindness and will leave an indelible mark on so, so, so many lives. Excelsior!!” The artist Travis Scott tweeted as well to show respect and love- “Thank u Stan Lee for everything.”
Led by Michael B Jordan, GQ’s 23rd annual Men of the year issue featuring the four stars that took charge in 2018. Other names include Jonah Hill, Henry Golding, and the lone Woman of the Year, Serena Williams. Alongside special editions in which each of the top four has their own covered issue, they also all receive a special recognition. Jonah Hill, who recently made his debut in directing for “Mid90s”, proved his talents extent past the screen and onto the drawing board by earning him the Director of the Year award.
Henry Golding received Star of the Year for the summer hit Crazy Rich Asians. The actor said that while he expected the movie to do well and make waves, none of the cast could have expected the rave reviews the film received internationally. Beyond the films success, it deemed Henry Golding as one of the industry’s must see new actors.
Lastly, the sole Woman of the Year Serena Williams earned a well deserved Champion of the Year. The Florida self made athlete crushed the year, with her U.S. Open moment being spoken about throughout the entire world. The athlete and magazine worked a surprise cover collaboration with Virgil Abloh- the Off White designer, who’s recently collared with Louis Vuitton, and is responsible for her coolest on court looks of 2018.
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Today is Election Day. As our political climate continues to heat up, it’s vital that as many people who can go to the polls to vote for what they see needs change. If you have questions such as when you can vote, casting a ballot if you haven’t registered, and everything you may need to know, keep reading.
To find your polling place, go to vote.org, enter your address and click go. In New York, polls are open from 6 am to 9 pm. There is no voter ID requirement. Employes can take up to two paid hours to vote, unless they have at least four available hours before or after work. Employees must provide notice between two or 10 days before Election Day, and employers can determine the off hours. Registration ran through October 12th.
For those who have not registered to vote, if you live in one of these 15 states, its not too late as you can register day- of. These states are: Washington, Idaho, California, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin, Hawaii, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Maryland, and North Carolina. To do this, you need a form of proof of residency, and a voter ID. There is strong evidence that same day and Election Day registration increases voter turn out and creates an impact on the overall results- so get out there and vote.
We at fuburadio wish you the best on voting day- make sure that your voice is heard today.
On the night of halloween, fans, artists, and collaborators of the recently deceased Mac Miller gathered for a tribute concert honoring the late rapper. Over the past month since his passing, fans have flocked to the internet to express their grief- which has seemed accurately fitting considering his role as a new wave artist: he represented a generation that was growing up online. With his initial music releases being spread through social media and streaming websites, the artist grew his platform and fanbase in a way that was geniune, authentic, and spirited.
The crowd, who was originally there to see Miller’s scheduled concert for his latest album release, filled Los Angeles’s Greek Theatre, a 5,800 capacity amphitheatre that sits inside one of Los Angeles’s largest urban parks, Griffith Park. Artists like Ty Dolla $ign, Vince Staples, Rae Sremmurd and Travis Scott danced and crowd surfed, using their bodies to radiate celebration, while SZA, Chance The Rapper, Anderson Paak, and Schoolboy Q’s performances were sentimental, sprinkled with moments of heartfelt testimony.
Artists from all over sent in videos expressing their emotions towards the loss as well. “You were a really necessary and intelligent light,” shared Donald Glover. “Why would you leave me? We had a system going, man,” Pusha T joked reflecting on their relationship as workout buddies. “Man, I’ve been thinking about you lot. Like, almost every day. Does that mean I love you?” Jason Sudeikis asked in another clip.
To donate to the newly founded Mac Miller Circles Fund, founded after his passing in order to provide programming, resources and opportunities to youth from underserved communities, check out https://pittsburghfoundation.org/macmiller