Chef. Restaurateur. TV Contestant. And now, author. Kwame Onwuachi’s has a long list of titles, one he’s only adding further to with the publication of his first book, “Notes From A Young Black Chef.” One may wonder if someone has enough life experience before the age of 30 to write a memoir? Just leave it to Chef.
Sex, lies, and a guinea pig. While this concept may sound outrageous to some, for those who have seen “Fleabag,” Phoebe Waller Bridge’s BBC/Amazon Prime series, it’s not too out of left field. Mixing lovable, albeit unnamed, characters with screwball storylines, the British actress/writer/director now finds herself as one of the most coveted names in the industry.
Techno music originated in Detroit in the early 1980s by young African-Americans, according to NPR Music. Over time it has become a worldwide phenomenon, creating a culture of beats made for dancing. Thirty-two year old French DJ, Mike Levy aka Gesaffelstein has taken a more expressive approach to making music, aiming to create work that tells a story, and he has established himself as a staple in the music world.
Hailing from Lyon, France, Gesaffelstein takes songs with dark, low tones and amplifies them with dance-able ecstasy. His hyper-electric tracks incorporate many elements of hip-hop, though the DJ knew almost nothing about hip-hop when he began his career.
With the “soul of a giant, and the heart of a lion,” Big K.R.I.T. released his first album as an independent artist on October 27. In less than a month, the project has soared to No.1 on the Itunes hip-hop music charts.
The highly-anticipated album titled “4eva is a Mighty Long Time” is the rapper's third studio album to date. Clearly, the rapper/producer isn’t a new face on the music scene. He’s been releasing projects since 2009, and has managed to grow significantly as an artist, and still remain true to his fans by producing quality music at the same time.