Lost ones

The Meadows Music & Arts Festival - Day 1

  • J.Cole
  • Lost ones
  • Directed by the duo Bergman and Bohichik

He Aint S**t

The video opens up with the males point of view. This girl just told him that she was pregnant with his baby and he is not happy about the situation. He starts to talk about everything that is wrong with their situation from financial troubles to the fact that they are not even together. He is not ready for a child and basically tells her he wants her to get an abortion .

Her shoes

The 2nd verse takes an interesting switch to the females point of view. She feels how many women feel during an unexpected pregnancy  she wants him to man up take responsibility. She feels he mislead her and got her to open up to him and now he is acting like a completely different person. Then she reminds him of how his dad wasn’t around for him and if he chooses not to be with her and his child he is just like his father, a deadbeat dad because she is keeping her child with or without his agreement.

What about your seed?

At the end of the video it speaks from a outside persons point of view. It speaks to any young man who may be battling with a similar situation. When a child comes into the picture you are forced to grow up really fast, But you put yourself into that situation. You can not fault the female she was looking for love  and thought you were the one. The proverb goes something like this: Sex won’t make him love you and a baby won’t make him stay. So regardless of how one may feel about the situation you have to stop and think about your future child, its not about you or her anymore. So what about your seed?




Lets have a round of applause for the cool kids. For all the misunderstood souls cause right now they winning. An awakening is happening and it is amazing. I am 100% down for this knowledge being dropped whether its threw music, spoken word, art, etc. It is truly beautiful.

Amine took his hit track Caroline and a media outlet to let his words be heard nationwide. Stop, and think about it, Stay woke out here my people.


Childish Gambino-Redbone


“Redbone,”  where yearning and desire are aimed at an uncommitted lover. The slapping bass is Funkadelic the licks melt slowly under his pitched-up vocals making everything seem more sensual. It’s maddeningly familiar yet warm. It’s a sequence that lulls to a trance, then snaps alive. “You better believe in something,” prodding you to decide what exactly that is. Let you mind roam free with this song. Dance slowly I say, It feels amazing.


Traveling with Your cosmetics.

O.k I bet we all have the question “How do I fly with my cosmetic products”?. whether its a carry on or checked bag a little, or a lot there are rules and regulations that you as a traveling artist must follow to make your trip as smooth as possible.


So lets start with carry on luggage. Since it it the least expensive and a lot of time the more convenient way to travel more people opt to carry their cosmetics in their carry on bag. According to Tsa regulations you are allowed one quart size bag (about the size of a standard ziplock freezer bag) per passenger with any liquids, gels, or aerosols or your choice. Each item inside must be no bigger than 3.4 ounces (100 ml).


*Tip:Mac cosmetics Prep and Prime Fix+ spray is exactly 3.4 ounces (100 ml)14642304_538054313054177_1119206918343708998_n

So now that you have a visual idea of what that looks like you are able to tell that most of your lipsticks, foundations, concealers, etc are able to be carried on to the plane in your luggage. lets move on to the checked bags.

For checked bags there are way less restriction on what you can and cannot carry almost anything can go threw in a checked bag . I once check my entire makeup kit threw to the city I was traveling to although to be honest that is not something I would recommend doing (I received my case back with a lot of broken powders and eye shadows).liquids, gels and aerosols of any size can be put into a check bag, however your bag is subject to additional screening and may be opened if the tsa decides to check into it further.

A few other items according to tsa regulations:

Tweezers:Able to be carried in both checked or carry on bags

Nail clippers:Able to be carried in both checked or carry on bag

Scissors:  Metal pointed blades that are longer then 4inches are only allowed in checked bags and must be properly covered. (the little eyebrow scissors can be put into your carry on).                                                                                                            mDss6Bzy8GU3B4svDrINgRw