Archive for September, 2011

Bounce star studded Grand Opening with Mario Lopez, Jim Jones, Scott Disick, Maino, Q Tip and more
September 16, 2011

Cole, Scott, Benny at Bounce Grand opening

Cole, Scott, Benny at Bounce Grand opening

Jim Jones at Bounce Grand opening

Jim Jones at Bounce Grand opening

Maino at Bounce Grand opening

Maino at Bounce Grand opening

Mario Lopez Bounce Grand opening

Mario Lopez Bounce Grand opening

Bounce Sporting Club

Bounce Sporting Club

Hip Hop Global Bounce Grand opening

Hip Hop Global Bounce Grand opening

Sweat pants, hair curled, chilling with no make up on. Haha don’t mind my Drake moment this is how I blog. Smiles displaying double dimples and all. Cheers to all of my splashy readers.

My Splash Out on Wednesday September 14, 2011 was crazy. Special shout out to Krystal Garner and Beaye Williams who shared this experience of the opening of Bounce Sporting Club (55 West 21st street between 5th and 6th Avenue) with me.

It was a humid night accompanied by cool breeze and a beautiful sight of the moon. The Red Carpet was rolled out for this star studded event and HipHopGlobal.com was in attendance. I had the honor of mingling with Mario Lopez and we established my dimples are deeper. Harlem’s own Jim Jones my Arubian twin showed love, Scott Disick was fashionably dapper as always, Brooklyn’s Maino supported with his contagious energy. If you haven’t seen my past interview with Maino check it out. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YUnbOQnYTg0)

The drinks were flowing Q-Tip was on the 1’s and 2’s and the crowd was pumped. I admit I did slap a few men bottoms all in sport because they were backing it up; all in fun. I loosened some ties and unbuttoned shirts to secure comfort. I danced the night away with an awesome crowd. We recited lyrics from oldies and current goodies, two stepped and harmonized.

No one was messing with my cabbage patch or my running man. Overall, Bounce is a classy outing, filled with life. I wish Cole the best in his endeavors; happy 8 years in service operations. If you are looking for a cool spot to unwind, network and have a good time Bounce located in Flatiron is where you need to be.

Visit http://www.hiphopglobal.com

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Sugarland movie screening with Kristian Bush
September 10, 2011

I was honored when I received an invite to watch the screening of Sugarland’s Blood, Love, Hope, Lust and Steam (Cinema Village) by The Recording Academy New York Chapter.  For all of my readers who have not heard of Sugarland I invite you to do your research, expand your ears and genre because they are ultra splashy. Sugarland, is a country duo, composed of singer/songwriters Jennifer Nettles(lead vocals) and Kristian Bush (background vocals, lead vocals, mandolin, acoustic guitar, and harmonica.

“Blood, Love, Hope, Lust and Steam was the behind the scenes footage of building the stage, brainstorming and making magic the preparation of creating great music.  Post screening it was a pleasure to actually discuss the movie with Sugarland’s own Kristian Bush. Sugarland’s music is so inventive, fun and relative to all crowds. The chemistry that they share as far as coming from ideas of making a show better for the fans, songs are uplifting and timeless. I enjoyed every minute of watching the dynamics, strategy and work put into making the movie. Sugarland rocks one of my favorite songs by them is “Stuck Like Glue.”

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