This blog post celebrates young millennials killing shit in their latest accomplishments. From selling out concerts, giving back to their communities or other communities, to graduating college, and even selling their first idea, this post goes out to you guys! Thanks for being you.
1. @TRSMUZIK , @RGtheBEATizCRAZYand @SHYNEGRADY
“How We Get it” music video by @TRSMuzik ft @RGtheBeatizCrazy, filmed by @shyneGrady is climbing the charts with almost 700 views. Keep up the great work! Click the link below to view the video.
Chris Brown has been busy this year with his music and his personal life. In 13 days, Breezy will be dropping his latest album titled “ROYALTY”, after his baby daughter. Along with the dope holiday music, Chris also just bought a brand new car for one of the Boys & Girls Club’s families. Shout out to you and #TeamBreezy for all the love and smiles this year!
2015 has been both tough and a blessing for these two friends, Justin Beiber and Jaden Smith. I love how they push forward in life and appreciate the joy of living and continue to grow as young people. Recently, Justin Beiber held a concert celebrating his new album “Purpose” with appearances by many young celebrities and artists, such as his friend Jaden Smith. They turned up and showed out, showing their progression in music since the infamous song collabo in 2010, “Never Say Never”. Big ups to you guys for the art!
QRucker Productions LLC, aka @QFilms_ ‘s own videographer, editor, and Shaw University student is showing out this year with exquisite footage of music videos, short films, and everyday collegiate life in film. Rucker has recently launched a new project called @BlackTvMedia on Instagram with snippets of “a college television” experience. @BlackTVMedia is ran and produced by prestigious HBCU students that showcase “beauty, lifestyle, athletics, culture, and knowledge”of young black people. Stop what you’re doing and show some love and support, and follow @BlackTvMedia on Instagram! Click the link below.
@Dreloatl aka DeAndre Lauderdale, a young hip-hop artist from Atlanta, Georgia is showing out this year as well, with authentic southern underground music. This summer @Dreloatl dropped his first mixtape, called the #CoolestUncool, on LiveMixtapes.com. Big ups to you big bro, giving Atlanta real music to vibe to! Interview by @Dreloatl coming soon, in the mean time check out his video by clicking the link below.
The creator, blogger, and editor Amber G. (@NoExpectations4us & @Koolahhambii), along with ‘expectation’ recruiters Tamiya H., and Sekai T. are finally graduating undergrad from the prestigious HBCU Savannah State. Shout out to them for an amazing and hard working collegiate 4.5 years, breaking all expectations that stood in their ways! The next steps in you guys’ lives will be revolutionary.