What’s Hot and What’s New: CreamxCoffee

Upon graduating from undergrad, all I wanted to do is write. Well, that’s one thing I wanted to do. I wanted to go back to Atlanta, look for an apartment, buy a well working car, get employed at the most successful production company in the city, and take a couple trips out of the country. […]

Expectation Breaker of the Week: Tai Lopez

I met Tai Lopez a month ago online while waiting to watch a meditation video on my YouTube channel. Lopez had a very unique and catchy advertisement that came on before the video I was about to watch, but every time I saw the commercial I would skip it. One day, I decided to watch […]

The Streetz Are Talkin’: Mr.217

NoExpectations4Us has been blessed and grateful to be along for the journey of Mr.217’s movie, Hottlanta the Movie, @Hottlantathemovie. @Two7teen is a young music artist, music producer, writer, dancer, and filmmaker from Atlanta, Georgia. He is known for producing “Drop” by Freco and Merlo, Travis Porter’s “3 Live Krew” mixtape, “Walked In” by @streetmoneyBankrollFresh, and “Blue C-Notes” by 2Chainz and Lil Wayne. @Two7teen first premiered his […]

What’s Hot and What’s NEW? QFilms

The Man Behind the Lens: Quenton Rucker By: Amber Green, NoExpectations4Us.com Today, more and more millennials are pushing limits and creating their own lanes in passions and crafts that excite them. We live in the Digital Age where information, opportunity, and risk taking can be accessed as quickly as a click of a button. Quenton […]

Message of The Day: Tupac

I was scrolling through Youtube, and I saw this video. This was shot by MTV News in 1992 of Tupac’s perspective of the world and America in the 1990s. He speaks briefly about Donald Trump and multi-millionaires and billionaires being greedy. I can’t wait to see his biopic. Thanks Tupac and thank you for watching! […]

Mr. 217 Vlog Trailer

Vlog and blog post coming soon! More about @two7teen (Instagram), more music, more beats, and more @Hottlantathemovie (Instagram).

Black Men in Film: Behind the Lens

A month or so ago, we did a post highlighting and celebrating the talented and beautiful black women in film. Those women were mostly screenwriters, playwrights, and or directors. This week we are highlighting our melanin men in film, prefarably behind the lenses. These are the innovative and creative photographers, videographers, and or filmmakers in […]