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Watch: Swipe Falls out of Love in “Half & Half”

Sampling a sweet melody we all know, Swipe contemplates lovers’ positions in “Half & Half.”

Being young and in love is hard in this day and age. This song is reflection of just that. Swipe is mulling over his actions in this cinematic depiction of thoughts in motion. How do you work on loving yourself and loving someone else at the same time? “You just tryna heal, I’m just tryna grow,” Swipe raps. These words are innocent, but can mean a break or a break up. What do you think?

Check out the Roger Castillo directed visual below:

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Entertainment Music

Bow Wow is Misunderstood Ep. 1

“You do sell your soul, you ask for all of this sh*t. But you don’t know the bullsh*t that will come with it.”

In an up close and personal mini-documentary, Shad Moss shares his inner most feelings and the effects of the music industry. We all know that social media has had it out for our childhood favorite, Bow Wow. On many occasions he has lashed out on Twitter and Instagram in response to prodding posts. In this mini-series, Shad Moss tells his side of the story. Misunderstood is under 15 minutes and very enlightening.
Moss explains the Lil Bow Wow effect and how it changed his childhood, and ultimately translated into adulthood. Growing up in the limelight has taken a toll, “I’m really on an island alone and people don’t understand how that feels.” He also talks about his battle with paranoia and anxiety. It’s evident that the world is in dire need of more compassion and selflessness.

I’m searching for peace.

Here we have a man expressing that there is a portion of his life that he couldn’t experience because he was a child star.  We have to find it in ourselves to be more understanding; hoping others will offer us the same courtesy.
Watch Misunderstood below and stay tuned to SianiLeighPR.com for episode 2!
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WATCH: Theodore Grams & Tay Zaro Share a Vision of Love

“When we can stop addressing ourselves by the color of our skin we will be a free society.” -Joe Delli Carpini

Wishful Thinking is a short film by Theodore Grams and Tay Zaro. The film explores the qualms of interracial love. Beyond the subject of interracial dating, Zaro and Grams share both sides of a relationship in, Wishful Thinking.
As the film opens, the pair are arguing about Zaro’s family not accepting Grams simply because he is a black man. The two further argue and we find out that Grams’ family has also not been so accepting of his girlfriend either. In an intimate space where it should just be you and your lover, we often let our families and friends get in between. This dialogue between lovers is the perfect example. Grams and Zaro spend time isolated to clear their mind. In their final act we find them in a room, seated, face to face. This scene is reminiscent of Get Out and is up for interpretation.
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Check out Wishful Thinking, the short film, above and stream Wishful Thinking, the soundtrack below. Be sure to keep up with Grams and Tay Zaro for their latest releases.
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Art Entertainment Music

WATCH: Theodore Grams & Tay Zaro Share a Vision of Love

“When we can stop addressing ourselves by the color of our skin we will be a free society.” -Joe Delli Carpini

Wishful Thinking is a short film by Theodore Grams and Tay Zaro. The film explores the qualms of interracial love. Beyond the subject of interracial dating, Zaro and Grams share both sides of a relationship in, Wishful Thinking.

As the film opens, the pair are arguing about Zaro’s family not accepting Grams simply because he is a black man. The two further argue and we find out that Grams’ family has also not been so accepting of his girlfriend either. In an intimate space where it should just be you and your lover, we often let our families and friends get in between. This dialogue between lovers is the perfect example. Grams and Zaro spend time isolated to clear their mind. In their final act we find them in a room, seated, face to face. This scene is reminiscent of Get Out and is up for interpretation.

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Check out Wishful Thinking, the short film, above and stream Wishful Thinking, the soundtrack below. Be sure to keep up with Grams and Tay Zaro for their latest releases.

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Entertainment Love

Oops? He Did it Again!

Cleveland Cavalier Center, Tristan Thompson has fallen off the wagon again. The faithful wagon that is.

Thompson shocked the mother of his first child, Jordan Craig when he cheated on her. At the time Craig was pregnant and the two were engaged. To add insult to injury, Thompson’s mistress was no other than a Kardashian; Social media queens.

Khloe Kardashian flaunted her relationship with Thompson on Instagram and shared the precious moments of her journey to motherhood. She also preached about sisterhood and women not bringing one another down. However, here she was stepping on the toes of another woman.

WELP

In recent news, Tristan has been recorded out with a menage of women in his lap. TMZ also caught Thompson and an estranged woman leaving his hotel. Aunyea Lachelle fills us in on all the details, check it out below:
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Entertainment Love Music

WATCH: Malcolm is Hoping to "Call You"

Malcolm releases a thoughtful visual for his song “Call You.”
Call You is a confession of regret, a tale of contemplation and a hope for redemption. Malcolm raps his love letter smoothly over the warm Prapi C produced beat. He opens admitting his guilt and wrongdoings. “I know I was moving funny like two left feet.” Reminiscent of J. Cole and Nas, Malcolm is authentic in his storytelling.
The Jay Visual opens as Malcolm sits at a kitchen table with a pen and paper in hand; as he sits racking his brain, the beat begins. He embarks on a journey thumbing through his memory of a lost love played by the beautiful Keyolo.

“Like a dropped pass it was getting outta hand.” He writes as the memories play across his mind. He’s contemplating sending a text, but refuses all thoughts for fear of rejection. But while scrolling the former flame’s Instagram, noticing how good she’s looking he can’t resist. He musters up the courage to call. Surprised that she answers he asks the famous question returning lover’s do “Wassup Stranger?”
Check out the love story below:
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Entertainment Love Music

WATCH: Malcolm is Hoping to “Call You”

Malcolm releases a thoughtful visual for his song “Call You.”
Call You is a confession of regret, a tale of contemplation and a hope for redemption. Malcolm raps his love letter smoothly over the warm Prapi C produced beat. He opens admitting his guilt and wrongdoings. “I know I was moving funny like two left feet.” Reminiscent of J. Cole and Nas, Malcolm is authentic in his storytelling.

The Jay Visual opens as Malcolm sits at a kitchen table with a pen and paper in hand; as he sits racking his brain, the beat begins. He embarks on a journey thumbing through his memory of a lost love played by the beautiful Keyolo.

“Like a dropped pass it was getting outta hand.” He writes as the memories play across his mind. He’s contemplating sending a text, but refuses all thoughts for fear of rejection. But while scrolling the former flame’s Instagram, noticing how good she’s looking he can’t resist. He musters up the courage to call. Surprised that she answers he asks the famous question returning lover’s do “Wassup Stranger?”

Check out the love story below:

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Entertainment Funny

Watch: 2 Chainz, YG, & Offest's Moms Rap

“Me and momma used to trap out the same house…”

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YG, 2 Chainz, and Offset are three of today’s biggest rappers. What do they all have in common? They love their mothers. We often can catch a witty bar or two about the mothers of these rappers in any given song. This time the moms got a chance to do the rapping. Proud features some of the coolest moms in Hip-Hop. Check it out above.

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Entertainment Funny

Watch: 2 Chainz, YG, & Offest’s Moms Rap

“Me and momma used to trap out the same house…”

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YG, 2 Chainz, and Offset are three of today’s biggest rappers. What do they all have in common? They love their mothers. We often can catch a witty bar or two about the mothers of these rappers in any given song. This time the moms got a chance to do the rapping. Proud features some of the coolest moms in Hip-Hop. Check it out above.

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Entertainment Music

Kygo and Miguel Help us Forget Love

There’s no room for feelings in war…

Similar to the innovation of Calvin Harris, Norwegian DJ Kygo employs Miguel for his latest single.

“Remind Me to Forget” is a liberating song about forgetting the scars of love. The song is enchanting. Miguel belts “I know you’re no good for me, so I forget the memories.” The lesson is to not let lost love hurt us, but to let it develop us. I think it’s the first “love song” that makes me happy. Check it out if you’re experiencing a heartbreak. Release all of the hurt and accept new love and happiness.
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