DEEJAY LAMAR

Behind The Seen: In this intimate documentary Jhené Aiko is seen in footage from back in October all the way up until a few weeks ago… Promoting her EP, working on “Souled Out” dealing with press all at the same time. Photoshoots, live performances, on the road in Paris, trips to Hawaii, video chats  and studio sessions with Nami. Rehearsals and jam sessions with friends.She expresses what she wants to show her daughter, how live performances are what she has to get used to and how she doesn’t want her fans to expect perfection. She simply wants to be able to inspire everyone to be themselves… Enjoy

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afroklectic:

Balotelli’s Burden Shirts. Named for the near-legendary Italian soccer player of Ghanaian descent, our Balotelli pop-over shirt is an homage to the many Africans who have emigrated to Europe in search of opportunity. Whether they be players of The Beautiful Game, or tourists of the beautiful streets, not all them are welcomed with open arms. This garment is a sober reminder that there are still individuals who face mistreatment because of their hue and heritage. By combining soft-Italian tailoring with prints reminiscent of West Africa, the Balotelli bolsters the notion that beautiful things are born when we allow our cultures to boldly intertwine.
- Ikiré Jones
afroklectic:

Balotelli’s Burden Shirts. Named for the near-legendary Italian soccer player of Ghanaian descent, our Balotelli pop-over shirt is an homage to the many Africans who have emigrated to Europe in search of opportunity. Whether they be players of The Beautiful Game, or tourists of the beautiful streets, not all them are welcomed with open arms. This garment is a sober reminder that there are still individuals who face mistreatment because of their hue and heritage. By combining soft-Italian tailoring with prints reminiscent of West Africa, the Balotelli bolsters the notion that beautiful things are born when we allow our cultures to boldly intertwine.
- Ikiré Jones

afroklectic:

Balotelli’s Burden Shirts. Named for the near-legendary Italian soccer player of Ghanaian descent, our Balotelli pop-over shirt is an homage to the many Africans who have emigrated to Europe in search of opportunity. Whether they be players of The Beautiful Game, or tourists of the beautiful streets, not all them are welcomed with open arms. This garment is a sober reminder that there are still individuals who face mistreatment because of their hue and heritage. By combining soft-Italian tailoring with prints reminiscent of West Africa, the Balotelli bolsters the notion that beautiful things are born when we allow our cultures to boldly intertwine.

Ikiré Jones