Aviolah Joseph: Having an Artist’s Eye, Being A Photographer, & Her thoughts on Today’s Upcoming Rappers

Aviolah Joseph, 21, a young black photographer who resides in New York. With every photo I personally witnessed  individuality, beauty, and some type of solid truth. I was able to get her to talk about her art, her views on music today, and more. When did you realize photography was your niche?  Well, technically it’s not my niche because the term niche is defined as “a … Continue reading Aviolah Joseph: Having an Artist’s Eye, Being A Photographer, & Her thoughts on Today’s Upcoming Rappers

Aric Andino: Learning How to Freestyle, the Drastic Changes in Hip-Hop, & the Thief of Joy

I met up with a rapper by the name of Aric Andino. We met up at Chick E.D’s, located in Springfield, Massachusetts. The restaurant had an inviting aura and food smelled amazing. Aric Andino was there with an equally inviting smile preaching about how Chick E.D’s was the best spot chicken spot in Springfield. With customers bustling in, I could see he wasn’t lying. Aric … Continue reading Aric Andino: Learning How to Freestyle, the Drastic Changes in Hip-Hop, & the Thief of Joy

Joe the CEO: Drawing Bart Simpson on Walls, Writing His Own Books, & Representation for the Kids

Joe the CEO, 22,  also known as Joseph Seal is an artist/author from Springfield, Massachusetts. He’s been drawing characters for years and has even created his own variations of superheroes. It just doesn’t stop there either, homie even wrote TWO books! I had a chance to read the first one and I’m anticipating reading the second book. I caught up with him at his cozy … Continue reading Joe the CEO: Drawing Bart Simpson on Walls, Writing His Own Books, & Representation for the Kids

SHAMROK: His R&B/Hip-Hop Artistry, Wanting to work with Young Thug, & Culture Vultures

SHAMROK, 24, and I met up at Pulse Cafe, a plant-based restaurant located in Hadley, Massachusetts. Once we walked in, SHAMROK spotted their grand piano and immediately started playing. Disregarding the “Staff Only” sign on it, he began to play a mellow jazz tune immediately gaining the attention of others. Some of the staff politely asked if they could record him play, he kindly approved … Continue reading SHAMROK: His R&B/Hip-Hop Artistry, Wanting to work with Young Thug, & Culture Vultures