Bronx rapper Remy Ma has dropped a video for “Wake Me Up,” a visual featuring fellow New York rapper Lil Kim on the hook. Remy hits on the theme of fake bitches, though she’s made it clear the lyrics are not directed at Nicki Minaj, noting that when she does target individuals she states their [read more]
Designer Essie Buckman gained widespread media attention with her Fortie Label graduate collection at Central Saint Martins in 2016, acclaim that was followed by Rihanna wearing her Katja bustier at a performance at Drake’s OVO Fest in August 2016.
This week, Fortie Label launches its fall 2017 lookbook, showcasing a collaboration with Swarovski crystals and [read more]
As part of VH1’s Hip Hop Honors event recognizing the music form’s female icons, including Missy Elliot, Salt-N-Peppa, Queen Latifah, and Lil’ Kim, the program also took time to recognize Kim’s impact as a fashion icon, a well-deserved nod.
In an introductory video, stylist Misa Hylton spoke of her commitment to whatever look she wore [read more]
Update: Nicki Minaj fans are in their feelings about Cardi B performing with Remy Ma at Hot 97’s Summer Jam concert yesterday. On Twitter, Cardi has argued that she isn’t “picking a side” as charged by the Barbz, rather she’s working with those who show her love and support. The Barbz aren’t having it and [read more]
Known for her great videos, we started off part two (part one here) of our Lil Debbie interview, asking her about her favorite videos. She called out “Bake a Cake,” and also mentioned “Bitches” and “Tell Me,” crediting rappers Camron and Lil Kim for a lot of her visual inspiration.
While Bay-area rapper Lil Debbie was in New York as part of a global tour in support of her album, Debbie, she took the time to chat with us on a range of topics prior to her show that evening at Webster Hall.
In part one, we discussed her take on 2016, a year [read more]
In attendance at Christian Siriano’s New York Fashion Week runway presentation, Bronx rapper Cardi B (wearing Christian Seriano) was asked about what rappers she’d like to work with and also which ones are her idols. Very much on the rise, Cardi wasn’t about to be dragged down by anyone’s beef and on the topic of [read more]
“We only book what we believe to be dope. That’s number one. If we don’t like it, it’s not getting booked,” partner of Dope Entertainment’s Tariq Cherif told Revolt TV in an interview pridefully discussing 2017’s Rolling Loud lineup him and his partner assembled. Of the 54 performers listed on the bill, three were women. [read more]