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#FashionInspired| Fringe Benefits

Throughout summer I was completely obsessed with fringing. It honestly didn’t matter if it was on bags, clothing or jewellery. My wardrobe consisted of fringes galore.

Now that Autumn is very much here; that doesn’t mean to say that they need to be hidden away. In fact, they are very much apart of your winter closet staples 🙂

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#MusicMatters|The King Of Everything

It’s safe to say that rapper Wiz Khalifa has been quite busy in the studio as of late with several new releases. Some of the recent tracks that he has released in the past couple of months include; No Permission, “Say So,” “Burn Slow,” ft. Rae Sremmurd, and “No Social Media,” featuring Snoop Dogg.

Late last night, Khalifa decided to unprecedentedly release another banger called, “King Of Everything.” Which immediately went viral and had everyone on social media going ballistic over the release.

Personally, I was awake at the time of the release and got to witness the uproar first hand. It was insane. For those that proclaim that he has lost his flow or he isn’t the same, there then comes tracks like this that are a reminder what he can do with the mic.

With the majority of the excitement focused directly on his next album release, “Rolling Papers 2,” there hasn’t been any indication whether or not this song will be on the album.

The song was produced by two Taylor Gang members Cozmo and ID Labs. ​Without further delay, here is Khalifa’s latest single, “King of Everything.”

 

https://soundcloud.com/wizkhalifa/king-of-everything

 

 

 

W| By Dedrick Hendrix                      @DCHendrix

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#SpotlightInterview| Dean Perretta Meets Hip-Hop Founding Father Afrika Bambaataa

The overwhelming terms legend, icon and hero have often become cliché, redundant and incessantly overused within society in 2015. However, hip-hop founding father, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominee, successful DJ/Producer, warlord of the Black Spades (a notorious gang which came to influential power in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s) and acclaimed African-American political activist Afrika Bambaataa widely personifies the legitimate definition of living legend without an ounce of PR-driven hyperbole. Minus the charismatic and talented Afrika Bambaataa, the progression of hip-hop culture and genre itself would not remotely stand where it is at present as a mainstream, billion dollar business and ever-evolving art. The iconic 58-year-old New York-born pioneer is the musical equivalent of Babe Ruth, Mickey Mantle, Joe Montana or Wayne Gretzky when ultimately underscoring the vivid importance of the music and cultural icon; Afrika Bambaataa collaborated with the late-great Hollywood Walk of Famer James Brown on “Unity” in 1984. Bambaataa also collaborated with GRAMMY Award-winning U2, Joey Ramone (The Ramones), Run-D.M.C, Lou Reed, Gary Numan, Jamelia, UB40, and Johnny Rotten (The Sex Pistols), whilst Bambaataa also created turntablism, breakbeat DJ’ing and the musical genre of electro funk. Bambaataa was prominently featured in 2005 novel “Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A History of the Hip-Hop Generation”.

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#SpotlightInterview| Sasha Shantel Interviews “1 Way Up” Film Director Amy Mathieson

Future 100 Award-winning Sasha Shantel invites film director Amy Mathieson into “The VIP Room” to discuss a variety of alluring topics in an in-depth interview that unequivocally inspires, articulately informs and richly illuminates Mathieson’s unique journey in entertainment and life.

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#HealthMatters| Have You Ever Experienced Domestic Violence?

It’s profoundly shocking that many individuals don’t know the signs of domestic violence. There are those who don’t know what happens behind closed doors and for those affected in seeking help. Domestic violence is a topic which should be universally highlighted opposed to being viewed as taboo and swept underneath the carpet.

Domestic violence not only affects the victim but everyone associated with both individuals including: children, family members and close friends. In essence, domestic violence affects women and men irrespective of their age, religion or background.

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#PointsofView| Where Does Boxing Go Without Floyd “Money” Mayweather?

Professional Boxing’s prestigious historical lineage can be directly traced before the advent of the 20th century in the form of antiquated, draconian gloveless contests, a richer tradition than presently rivalled MMA counterpart UFC, which officially celebrated its twenty two year anniversary in 2015; Brazilian MMA legend Royce Gracie pioneered the sport in the United States in 1993 (Carlos Gracie helped refine the art of Brazilian Ju-Jitsu in 1917 in Vale Tudo, Brazil after Geo Omori opened a Jiu-Jitsu gym in 1909).

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#InspireLSEntertainment| Stars including Martin Freeman and Michelle Collins gather to support Independent Film at the Raindance Film Festival Opening Night Gala

The stars came out in full force to celebrate independent film at the 23rd Raindance Film Festival Opening Night Gala held last night at the Vue West End. Guests including Martin Freeman, Michelle Collins, Tamzin Outhwaite, Kierston Wareing, Adam Deacon, Douglas Booth, Emily Head, Denis Lawson and Gemma Oaten walked the red carpet and were then treated to the premiere screening of the festival’s opening film, ‘Newcomer’ starring Golden Globe winner Anthony LaPaglia and BIFA winner James Floyd.

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#SpotlightInterview| Confidence Coach Lydia Frempong Talks on ‘The Feel Good Factor Hour’ Event

Recently UK’s Leading Confidence Coach, Theta Healing® Practitioner and frequent In-spire LS Columnist Lydia Frempong launched her life changing event ‘The Feel Good Factor Hour’.

The evening held at The Prestigious hotel ‘The Wesley’ was an event based around relaxation meditation using Theta Healing®, an energy healing practice for mind and body as well as incorporating live on the spot coaching to re-awaken the spirit of London to start over in September.

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