JOHANA GOMEZ… #nuffsaid #sexy

TONIGHT (10/1) SOUL POWER at @thirstycrowbar!! It’s simple math: timeless soul music + hand crafted gourmet cocktails + Chef Takuma’s Gourmet pop up burger stand + YOU! = A DAMN GOOD TIME! And best of all IT’S FREE aka NO COVER! Oh yeah it’s WHISKEY WEDNESDAY SO $5 PREMIUM WHISKEY SPECIALS ALL NIGHT!!! So tell a friend + bring some friends and get your butts up to the crow for a memorable evening of gourmet debauchery!! The soundtrack will be provided by yours truly! Here’s the address: 2939 Sunset Blvd. LA, CA 90026 and it’s 21+. Star time: 10pm-??? #HOPE2CYATHERE! #SoulPower #TheThirstyCrow #Silverlake #Whiskey #MrJLogic #FREE #Soul #SoulMusic #Music #Nightlife #LA #LosAngeles #Fusicology #funk #Soulful #ChefTakuma

Check out the FIRST little league baseball player of ANY gender or race to make the cover of Sports Illustrated. Go, Mo’ne! 

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Nike Air Max Light WR - Fuchsia Force/Hyper Jade/Black/Anthracite (by Malik Pépino‎) #Kicks #iNeedTheseOnMyFeet

Hawkeye — Paco Diaz #ART

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On Wednesday 10/1 come get funked up at SOUL POWER at @thirstycrowbar I’m spinning all classic Motown era R&b + Pre-disco soul & funk. It’s Free/No cover all night and they have a serious mixology menu & an amazing collection of whiskey & bourbon! (It’s also whiskey Wednesday so $5 whiskey specials all night!) also we have your foodie needs covered w/ Chef Takuma’s Gourmet pop up burger stand out in front of the venue all night (you can order food & bring it inside of the Thirsty Crow & grub whilst drinking & dancing & chatting) so come hungry we got you covered! would love to see ya there! Tell some friends and bring some friends.
2939 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026 #SOULPOWER #thirstycrowbar #free #soulful #soulmusic #funk #silverlake #Gourmet @afrokat55 @coopergillespie @TakumasGourmet @monicaolive @elizabethsteele (at Thirsty Crow)

Easily one of the best films you’ll ever watch. The script, the emotions and the cinematography is all absolutely phenomenal. 

I want this on a shirt

Hanging with my baby nephew King Silas & my brutha from another mother @gogorodzilla! #LoveTheseDudes! #Family

National Geographic asked me to summarise the 1990s in one image. This is what I came up with.

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the abstract… #art

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Cantaloupe Gazpacho #FoodPorn #GetinMyBelly

On this day in music history: September 26, 1984 - “Purple Rain” by Prince & The Revolution is released. Written and produced by Prince, it is the title track and third single from the film and soundtrack album. The song is recorded live at First Avenue in Minneapolis on August 3, 1983 (along with “I Would Die 4 U” and “Baby I’m A Star”). The show was benefit concert for the Minnesota Dance Theater and also marks then nineteen year old guitarist Wendy Melvoin’s first live performance with the band. After the initial live recording, a string section will be overdubbed on to the end of the track in late August/early September of 1983 at Sunset Sound in Hollywood, CA.  It will also be edited down significantly from its original length, removing one entire verse and guitar solo from the song. The single will be backed with the non-LP B-side “GOD”. Featured in the film as a brief instrumental interlude, the single will feature vocals by Prince. The extended instumental version will only be released on the European 12” pressing of the single. In the US and many other countries, the 7” and 12” pressings of the single will be pressed on purple vinyl, with the 7” edition coming packaged in a translucent plastic sleeve with a still image of Prince from the film on the front. “Purple Rain” will peak at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #4 on the R&B singles chart on November 17, 1984, and is certified Gold in the US by the RIAA.  On this day in music history: September 26, 1984 - “Purple Rain” by Prince & The Revolution is released. Written and produced by Prince, it is the title track and third single from the film and soundtrack album. The song is recorded live at First Avenue in Minneapolis on August 3, 1983 (along with “I Would Die 4 U” and “Baby I’m A Star”). The show was benefit concert for the Minnesota Dance Theater and also marks then nineteen year old guitarist Wendy Melvoin’s first live performance with the band. After the initial live recording, a string section will be overdubbed on to the end of the track in late August/early September of 1983 at Sunset Sound in Hollywood, CA.  It will also be edited down significantly from its original length, removing one entire verse and guitar solo from the song. The single will be backed with the non-LP B-side “GOD”. Featured in the film as a brief instrumental interlude, the single will feature vocals by Prince. The extended instumental version will only be released on the European 12” pressing of the single. In the US and many other countries, the 7” and 12” pressings of the single will be pressed on purple vinyl, with the 7” edition coming packaged in a translucent plastic sleeve with a still image of Prince from the film on the front. “Purple Rain” will peak at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #4 on the R&B singles chart on November 17, 1984, and is certified Gold in the US by the RIAA.  On this day in music history: September 26, 1984 - “Purple Rain” by Prince & The Revolution is released. Written and produced by Prince, it is the title track and third single from the film and soundtrack album. The song is recorded live at First Avenue in Minneapolis on August 3, 1983 (along with “I Would Die 4 U” and “Baby I’m A Star”). The show was benefit concert for the Minnesota Dance Theater and also marks then nineteen year old guitarist Wendy Melvoin’s first live performance with the band. After the initial live recording, a string section will be overdubbed on to the end of the track in late August/early September of 1983 at Sunset Sound in Hollywood, CA.  It will also be edited down significantly from its original length, removing one entire verse and guitar solo from the song. The single will be backed with the non-LP B-side “GOD”. Featured in the film as a brief instrumental interlude, the single will feature vocals by Prince. The extended instumental version will only be released on the European 12” pressing of the single. In the US and many other countries, the 7” and 12” pressings of the single will be pressed on purple vinyl, with the 7” edition coming packaged in a translucent plastic sleeve with a still image of Prince from the film on the front. “Purple Rain” will peak at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #4 on the R&B singles chart on November 17, 1984, and is certified Gold in the US by the RIAA.  On this day in music history: September 26, 1984 - “Purple Rain” by Prince & The Revolution is released. Written and produced by Prince, it is the title track and third single from the film and soundtrack album. The song is recorded live at First Avenue in Minneapolis on August 3, 1983 (along with “I Would Die 4 U” and “Baby I’m A Star”). The show was benefit concert for the Minnesota Dance Theater and also marks then nineteen year old guitarist Wendy Melvoin’s first live performance with the band. After the initial live recording, a string section will be overdubbed on to the end of the track in late August/early September of 1983 at Sunset Sound in Hollywood, CA.  It will also be edited down significantly from its original length, removing one entire verse and guitar solo from the song. The single will be backed with the non-LP B-side “GOD”. Featured in the film as a brief instrumental interlude, the single will feature vocals by Prince. The extended instumental version will only be released on the European 12” pressing of the single. In the US and many other countries, the 7” and 12” pressings of the single will be pressed on purple vinyl, with the 7” edition coming packaged in a translucent plastic sleeve with a still image of Prince from the film on the front. “Purple Rain” will peak at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #4 on the R&B singles chart on November 17, 1984, and is certified Gold in the US by the RIAA. 

On this day in music history: September 26, 1984 - “Purple Rain” by Prince & The Revolution is released. Written and produced by Prince, it is the title track and third single from the film and soundtrack album. The song is recorded live at First Avenue in Minneapolis on August 3, 1983 (along with “I Would Die 4 U” and “Baby I’m A Star”). The show was benefit concert for the Minnesota Dance Theater and also marks then nineteen year old guitarist Wendy Melvoin’s first live performance with the band. After the initial live recording, a string section will be overdubbed on to the end of the track in late August/early September of 1983 at Sunset Sound in Hollywood, CA.  It will also be edited down significantly from its original length, removing one entire verse and guitar solo from the song. The single will be backed with the non-LP B-side “GOD”. Featured in the film as a brief instrumental interlude, the single will feature vocals by Prince. The extended instumental version will only be released on the European 12” pressing of the single. In the US and many other countries, the 7” and 12” pressings of the single will be pressed on purple vinyl, with the 7” edition coming packaged in a translucent plastic sleeve with a still image of Prince from the film on the front. “Purple Rain” will peak at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #4 on the R&B singles chart on November 17, 1984, and is certified Gold in the US by the RIAA.