Sunday, December 8, 2019


 Nike has dropped an otherworldly silhouette dubbed the MX-720-818. Referencing the 720, the design boasts the company’s tallest Air unit to date, running the entire length of the shoe. Drawing inspiration from spacesuits, the model sports a metallic upper with bold quilted stitching and a retro grid pattern in a sleek form. The translucent outer sole adds in gray and black hues for a deep space look, while the foam padding in the midsole provides the added support and comfort from the stalwart Air Max lineup. Reflective features help the shoe remain visible in the dark while infusing futuristic elements.

The MX-720-818 is available in Metallic Silver or Metallic Copper with black/anthracite/white details at for $190 USD.

Saturday, December 7, 2019


Episode four  "The unofficial but official while kinda not official but still an official battle of the ‘meats’"

In this episode of Vegans Only Eat Carrots: I have this holiday cook-off with myself. This was my first time trying both and I wanted to make some magic. Which one will you be eating this holiday? Which one have you had? Which one do you like most? THIS IS THE BATTLE OF THE 'MEATS'.

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Wednesday, December 4, 2019


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Since his debut on the highly popular Star Wars live-action series The Mandalorian on Disney+, Baby Yoda aka The Child has completely taken the Internet by storm, generating a seemingly endless amount of memes as well as getting his own set of officially licensed merch just in time for the holiday season. Now, renowned toy company Funko is adding the little green alien to its own offerings.

Slated for release in May 2020, Funko’s take on Baby Yoda will come in two versions: a standard Funko Pop! size and a larger, near life-size 10-inch figure. Both models are identical, featuring the Mandalorian’s force-sensitive companion dressed in his signature robes with his little hand held out. The standard version comes with a baseplate featuring the “Star Wars” logo, whilst the 10-inch edition simply comes with a simple black stand.

Both editions of the Baby Yoda “The Child” Funko figures are now available for preorder over at Entertainment Earth, retailing for $11 USD for the standard and $35 USD for the 10-inch version. Take a closer look in the gallery above, and head over to order yours now.


Monday, December 2, 2019

Part three/ part four

I have worked for this. I worked my ass off for this next sentence. I went from selling SanQuon out of my backpack to having THREE SanQuon owned and operated distribution centers.

Las Vegas.
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Worldwide, it would have never crossed my mind in the Summer of 2003. Tokyo it would be the first to show love with billboards of SanQuon. People in New York were stealing SanQuon posters that were hanging in front of bodegas, to take home to hang in their rooms. Remember when 'Somebody' used to stick SanQuon stickers on the Marta? I keep writing and erasing, because nothing I'm writing can really capture how I truly feel at this moment. I don't know where to start; however, not starting would be much worse.

I would say more, but I'll save the rest.

Hype Killers v The Machine. 

Headquarters alert🚨
  Dapper Dan talks about how everybody that lives in the United States wants to be from New York. (Everybody in New York wants to be from Harlem).
I never wanted to be anything, but something to the city that has birthed me. You can always miss me with that. My southern pride runs deep.
SanQuon flagship is in Atlanta,G.A., cause I'm cognizant of the groundwork that's been laid by MC Shy-D. 

I was born at Grady. I conduct myself as such. The tag under SanQuon doesn't change when the light hits it. 

To quote the great philosopher Andre 3000:

“It’s like this though, I’m tired of them Closed Minded folks, It’s like we gotta Demo tape but don’t nobody want to Hear it but it’s like this: The South got something to say! That’s all I got to say.”
I don't ask for permission, I just buy it all and do it myself. Atlanta shit.


Part Two.

She God MC or She God Emcee is the derivative of a supreme rap/hip hop deity and a woman master of ceremonies with supernatural lyrical, verbal, and stage presence. A She God Emcee is thought to transcend time and space with universal rhymes about any subject matter or substance.

Let's celebrate the unsung heroes of Hip Hop. The past the future and the present.

Interview Highlights (So far, more to come):

Missy Elliott talks to me about how my mom's favorite song came about.

Lizzo talks about how it feels to be Lizzo at the moment. (Literally lol)

CupcakKe talks "Duck, Duck, Goose"

Also, enjoy this graph of Lil' Kim cause some of y'all got her fucked-up.

Part one.
In 2012, I closed My Swag Magazine. I needed to focus more on my first love (fashion). I felt the magazine wasn't making the impact I wanted it to make. It was taking time away from designing. Which was fine, but the cycle of interviewing mega-famous people, people loving it and waiting for the next interview became dispiriting. 

As fun as it felt putting together the interviews and content around it, it didn't push My Swag Magazine forward. It fell into the same traditional ways of media. I wasn't happy about it. My mind was not being stimulated, yet it was satisfying the masses, so I let it ride. 

I started doing things at V (this post not about them so no names lol), but hey, turn y'all stuff in today, thanks) and TV (y'all too) and kept pushing out content for those two mags, plus my own.

'Til I left it alone. I stopped interviewing people. Like all together. Not even for V and TV. No matter how many emails and calls I got (Still get). I didn't want to just throw things into this world of media without it touching something that meant everything to me. 

THIS IS STARTING TO BECOME TOO LONG. Let's get to the meat. 

I hate the way that blackness and black history are being covered in society. Taking the same three people and positioning them as if they represent the embodiment of blackness. MLK and Rosa Parks are only spoken of in efforts to try to silence people into peacefulness. Subliminally falsely abetting the idea that America got its freedom by doing something it truly didn't do. Textbooks only cover slavery and peanut butter. Blackness is loud, blackness is proud, blackness is real, blackness opens the doors to sides of the mind that didn't allow itself to be beaten into submission.
They wanted me back, I wanted something to say.

Black is gold.

Because, Blk.

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