Electric Family's Spring 2017 line is not just a clothing line or a fashion statement. It's a social and political movement. With the company's mantra, "There is more power in unity than division," the Spring 2017 line fights the hate speech and actions that are hindering society. Many of the line's pieces include peace signs, the word "peace," and other phrases that promote openness to all. Much of the line focuses on black and white as the focal color palette in addition to pops of color, but the message is far less contrasting.
Electric Family is a grassroots movement as well as a clothing line. Their hand-sewn hoodies and graphic tees include a purposeful message in addition to an edgy look that also leans towards the customer's comfort, as well. Wearing a piece of the Spring 2017 line means you're part of the Electric Family, and, in turn, part of the movement towards accepting everyone and shunning no one.
Check out Electric Family's Spring line here.
Roman's Rap-Up caught up with music-sensation William Singe backstage before his recent show in Boston. The singer talked about his much anticipated RCA Records debut single "Rush," his current tour, and upcoming music plans.
Check out the interview below:
The 59th Annual Grammy Awards, which will be broadcasted live February 12th on CBS, is geared to be a dazzling spectacle as a diverse range of best selling artists are nominated and performing. Late Late Show host, James Corden will be hosting this year and is sure to deliver laughs and excitement for the night. The awards show is slated to have artists Adele, Beyoncé, John Legend, Bruno Mars, Katy Perry, The Weeknd, and many more perform. The nominees were announced on November 6, ranging 84 categories. Nominated for Best New Artist are Kelsea Ballerini, The Chainsmokers, Chance The Rapper, Maren Morris, and Anderson .Paak. For Best Rap Album, Coloring Book by Chance The Rapper is nominated as well as And the Anonymous Nobody by De La Soul, Major Key by DJ Khaled, Views by Drake, Blank Face LP by ScHoolboy Q, and The Life of Pablo by Kanye West. Songs nominated for record of the year include "Hello" by Adele, "Formation" by Beyoncé, "7 Years" by Lukas Graham, "Work" by Rihanna Featuring Drake, and "Stressed Out" by Twenty One Pilots.
Adele's 25, Beyoncé's Lemonade, Justin Bieber's Purpose, Drake's Views, and Sturgill Simpson's A Sailor's Guide To Earth are all up for Album of The Year. It will be exciting to see what surprises are in store and who will take home these coveted awards.
See the full nomination list here, and be sure to tune in this Sunday, February 12th at 8pm EST on CBS to watch the 59th Grammy Awards live.
Just when you think she is fading away as most do after their prime, she's back!
Lady Gaga delivered a knockout performance at Super Bowl 51 Sunday night, leaping from the roof of NRG Stadium in Houston after a uniting intro (with the help of hundreds of Intel-powered drones). The Interscope-singer went on to sing her greatest hits, as well as new track from her newest album, Joanne.
Check out the performance above.