Redemption

I’m calling this series redemption. Not one of us have clean hands, we are all guilty of something but acknowledgement is the first step to redemption. Admitting we are sinners is the only path to forgiveness. Being spiritual means embracing what it takes to be human, making mistakes and turning to God for growth.Art is…

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Wynwood Art District – Miami

Traveling will always be about art, whether it be the phenomenal architecture, the breath taking sceneries or just the feeling of being in a place you never thought you’d have the privilege to experience. Miami’s Wynwood,  is filled with culture, raw creativity and soul. For the true art enthusiast it is a playground of stories…

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J-Soul… November Twelve

The king of sad soul, a creative genius that stands out in a city full of dreamers and rightfully so. Recently signed, Cash Money artist J-Soul didn’t have the life of most boys growing up in Toronto, being homeless, in debt and all around going through the most; I always say God gives the hardest lessons…

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Cheers to 20 year’s of Honey Jam

Sweeter than any jar of honey or jam you can ever buy on a shelf, Honey Jam music showcase is the epitome of talented female empowerment. Leaving sexist expectations of a man’s world along with rolling eyes and bye bye bye’s ( haha that was corny- but so is sexism.)  At the heart, soul, back bone,…

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Younger Than Beyonce Art Gallery- Scratching where it’s itching!

Younger than Beyonce Art Gallery(YTB) literally has me exploding with pride, it is an incredible time to be from Toronto. Artists under the age of 33 poured their soul into physical art pieces and showcased them at YTB’s grand opening event (Scratching Where it’s Itching) First of all with a name like that, how can…

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Good Ol’ California

My heart and soul will always belong to the Caribbean, where my roots run deep and the ocean and white and black sand  beaches have captured my spirit. BUT… when your pockets only go so deep, I must say there is some (and i emphasize on the some) parts of the U.S.A that has beautiful…

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WMFW 2015: David Dixon

The empowering Joan of Arc, I don’t know if i can describe this line in better terms. I had high hopes for David Dixon’s line this year and he has exceeded every expectation. I had a mix of emotions throughout his show, i felt empowerment and strength, yet sensuality and sex. His contrast of black and white…

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Black What Out?!

What is the Blackout Project? It feels like the amount of racism is becoming more and more apparent as time goes by. Racism has been alive longer than most of us have existed, many of our ancestors have been victims, witness, or has known someone affected by racism. I’m more than sad to say that…

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Legendary rapper Kool G Rap sits down with me to share words of wisdom

Kool G Rap talks the history behind his music, moves he’s making in the future and speaks honestly on how he feels about Nas, Jcole and Rick Ross.

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TORONTO MEN’S FASHION WEEK – THE VISUAL BREAKDOWN

Strut, pose, and smirk. Toronto brought an all men’s runway show to Fashion Week for its second annual year. But surprisingly the fire alarms weren’t set off last week in downtown Toronto at 444 College Park. Well dressed and some underdressed men strutted the runway to show off the clothing, put together by talented Canadian…

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