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Monday, February 29, 2016
Stephanie Mills, Music And Recording Artist: Van Stone's Out of Africa Into World Geography Most Beautiful Women On Facebook
Stephanie Mills is an American R&B, soul and gospel singer, songwriter and Broadway star. She rose to stardom as "Dorothy" in the original Broadway run of the musical The Wiz from 1975 to 1977. The song "Home" from the show later became a No.1 U.S. R&B hit for Mills and her signature song.
Mitch Winehouse, who was highly critical of the documentary even before its first screening in Cannes, took to Twitter to attack Kapadia over his film, which he described as a "negative, spiteful and misleading portrayal" of his daughter.
Winehouse also claimed that Kapadia had "fooled everybody," and that the win was purely for benefit of the filmmaker. "That is what this is all about... Asif," he said.
Onstage in L.A., Kapadia described Amy Winehouse as "funny, intelligent, witty -- someone special, someone who needed looking after," saying that they "just wanted to make a film to show the world who she really was."
Producer James Gay-Rees added: "This is for Amy’s fans, who loved her through thick and thin."
The filmmaking duo have lined up another divisive subject for their next doc, one who might add his own voice to any objection over his portrayal: Diego Maradona.
Sunday, February 28, 2016
Lawrence "Kane" Lawton, Black Portrait Artist And Man Model: Van Stone's Out of Africa Into World Geography: Lawrence “Kane” Lawton Hand Painted Portraits Offer Great How To Painting Techniques
Saturday, February 27, 2016
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And no, we're not talking about a teeny tease of the lead single. Today (Feb. 26) sees the release of the "Work From Home" single (after its premiere on Elvis Duran's morning show) and video (watch it below!) featuring Ty Dolla $ign.
The sexy, sweaty "Work From Home" clip could also be called "Work on a Home," because the video finds the quintet building a house alongside some shirtless, ripped construction workers. From mixing cement to handling power tools, 5H actually look pretty comfortable entering the home improvement realm (HGTV should consider reaching out for a TV special).
Just before the single's official release, Fifth Harmony singer Dinah Jane got on the phone with Billboard to talk about working with Ty, how the release of Rihanna's "Work" affected their work-centric song and why they have "more of a voice" on their second album.
We've definitely matured and grown in the last year, compared to our Reflection album. It's more edgy and I feel we had more of a voice. We were included in the project -- that's what we always wanted and we've finally been given the opportunity. Our voice has been more engaged in this project -- from the taste in the music to speaking from the heart and the direction. We've incorporated our ethnicities into this album. We're five different girls and we come from different cultures and backgrounds, and that explains our album 7/27.
It's about how we all started: 7/27 is the day we were formed, when we were placed together to become a group.
You said you have more of a voice on this album -- how so?
Decision-making, and we had a direction on this album genre-wise. I feel like before we were still defining Fifth Harmony's sound and figuring out where we wanted to go. I feel like this one is more edgy. I describe it as a "new era" for Fifth Harmony. For us to finally release this little secret of ours is exciting.
So the "Work From Home" video is basically you guys and a bunch of hot construction dudes. Was it the most fun video shoot ever?
[Laughs] That's actually all I was staring at the whole time. When you watch this video you can't help but stare at these men! But of course when you're doing construction work, you need some men to help you out, you cant be the only one lifting. It was so much fun to be on set with everybody -- the director, the team involved and Ty Dolla $ign. I'm so happy he agreed to be on this with us. He's definitely one of my favorite artists. Especially after his song "Paranoid" I was like, "Guys, we gotta get this dude on our song," and he was a perfect fit for this song. The way he rides it and brings a different feel to the song. He brought it.
There's a strong history of work-related pop songs, from Britney to -- very recently -- Rihanna. I think yours fits nicely into the canon.
Well, our song was originally called "Work" and when Rihanna dropped, it was like, "Hell no, can't have the same song as the queen." So we put in "from home," just added two words. But definitely -- Britney, Rihanna, it's amazing for you to even mention ours in the same breath.
You auditioned for X Factor with a Beyonce song. What do you think about "Formation"?
Of course the Queen slayed "Formation." Formation is definitely an empowering song for her to come out and show her side of her culture as well. The girl is from Louisiana and Texas, and I love that these artists are showing where they came from now. I appreciate that. You don’t always see that.
How does the new album show where you came from?
This album definitely shows our ethnicities. I'm an island girl, from the Pacific Islands. I'm Polynesian, a mix of everything, Tongan, Samoan, Danish. Everyone always thought of me as being African-American or Latin, and I love that, but I'm glad I can bring a little island to this album. With the new music, we were giving it a little reggae vibe with the beats -- that represented me. And we all love it.
Any message for Harmonizers?
7/27 -- you guys are so going to love it. I know y'all will be feeling it as much as we are.
Friday, February 26, 2016
Lawrence "Kane" Lawton: Astonishing Hand Painted Kane Portraits Photo-Realistic We Can't Believe Were Painted By His Hands By Van Stone email@example.com
There are portraits and then there are images like a work of art that never goes away. Lawrence "Kane" Lawton of Kane Portraits designs and paints portraits almost anyone won't believe aren't photos.
Portraiture for the realist look is here by Top Hand Portraits Artist Lawrence "Kane" Lawton -Lawrence intends to create what is just paint on a canvas, or ink on a page.
Portraits by Lawrence "Kane, Lawton" Black American Male Artist, will most definitely make any sweet heart happy and proud to be beautiful.
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Thursday, February 25, 2016
Commenting on his feud with Madonna several years after the fact, John says, "I say what I feel. I probably went too far with Madonna, and I got very personal and I wrote her -- she was very gracious."
John, who has never really been one to keep his thoughts to himself, decided to shift his focus to Janet Jackson. "You know, f---ing music magazines writing a review of Janet Jackson saying, 'This is the greatest show -- four and a half stars,’" he tells RS. “It's f---ing lip-synced! Hello! That's not a show! I'd rather go and see a drag queen. F--- off."
Wednesday, February 24, 2016
Christine Williams, Fashion And Beauty Power Model With Philadelphia Front Page News-Magazine And Media Key 307 Take Philly USA Interview by Van Stone firstname.lastname@example.org
Come the 2016’s and the fashion and beauty model business is booming. It will continue to do so and Christine Williams shall root herself as a power model – posing, leading, and helping- the fresh faced newcomer.
The demand for sexy fashion and beauty models is stronger than ever. And Christine Williams was is among the most modern (and intelligent) beauties.
She would also be the first to open up in a brief interview with Philadelphia Front Page News-Magazine and Media Key 307 during Black History Month. So fittingly, she sat down with Van Stone's magazine to talk modeling-shop.
Philadelphia Front Page News: Tell us about your education
Christine Williams: I am a graduate from Lincoln University with a Master's degree in human services. I am currently a student at Widener University where I am working towards a Bachelor's degree in the legal field which is my passion.
PFPN: Have you attended fashion modeling courses?
Christine: I am a graduate from Barbizon's Modeling School. I have also participated in fashion shows, which included runway modeling.
PFPN: How tall are you?
Christine Williams: I am 5'8".
PFPN: Would you model any kind of clothing at all?
Christine: Yes, I would model any kind of clothing as long as it is respectable, which means not too revealing with my private body parts displayed.
PFPN: What's your favorite outfit style in photos?
Christine: I basically like all style of clothing. However, my favorite outfit styles are pants, such as pants suites, jeans, casual pants, and all types of shirts and sweaters. I love to accessorize, because I love jewelry.