Kate Moss featured in the March 2012 issue of W magazine with two amazing Covers, whether angel or devil, Kate Moss beguiles in every luxury guise. The british Super Model Excel once again in a photo-shoot directed Photographer by Steven Klein and absolutely well styled by Edward Enninful. W magazine’s Will Self says of their latest cover: “Kate Moss seems to have always been with us – and to have always been as she is. Yet the truth is that she’s 38, twice married [sic], and the mother of a 9-year-old girl. Her life has been a slalom through the toxicities of fame and success.”
Monthly Archives: February 2012
P-Square finally drops the video for “Chop My Money” with special appearance from Akon of Konvict Music. The video was shot in multiple locations. May D, the first signed artist to Square Records shows us what makes him special. Lovely video from P-Square and good directing skills from Jude “Engees” Okoye and Ben Marc.
The Dream goes back to hit making basics on unreleased track Kill The Lights, providing the chemistry and setting the mood for love making singing in a falsetto with featured vocalist Casha. Take a listen below.
T.I. Puts on Young Jeezy for the latest single release and title track from the mixtape Fuck Da City Up. Watch the full video below.
This is Nicki Minaj’s “Roman Reloaded” which features Lil Wayne, off her forthcoming sophomore album “Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded”
As in other news the Barclaycard Wireless Festival which is a dazzling open-air live music experience in the heart of bustling London offers a chance to experience the excitement of watching the best in popular music right with many more acts. Wireless Festival announced this Nicki Minaj is one of the latest acts confirmed to play the festival on Saturda She’ll be joined by Jessie J, Calvin Harris, Labrinth, J. Cole, Rizzle Kicks, Kaskade and Flux Pavilion, Nero, Tulisa, Knife Party and Dbanj also join the Saturday bill which is headlined by Drake, whilst Pitbull, Cher Lloyd, Madeon, A$AP Rocky and Stooshe.
Minaj talks extensively about her style to the magazine, explaining that her “costumes, not outfits” are usually made in Japan by unknown designers. She also reveals that she wasn’t so adventurous fashion-wise while she was growing up in Queens. “I was dressing in Tommy Hilfiger baggy shirts and Boss jeans, but then I met a person who dressed like a tiny lady — pantsuits, heels, lots of makeup. I thought she was larger than life,” says Minaj. “She once did my makeup — I had never seen myself made up before. I didn’t want to wash it off; I felt like I had one day to live this fantasy of being a glamour girl.”
While Minaj has chosen the right profession for being a glamour girl every day, she says that she wasn’t always sure that she wanted to be a recording artist.
“A huge part of me wanted to be a lawyer,” Minaj tells the magazine. “I would do a really good job as a prosecutor.”