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Philly 360° Playlist: West Philadelphia's Own Beano Drops New Single "Let It Go"

  • Posted By: Ashley Coleman
  • October 20, 2014
    • Made in Philly: Beano
      • Made in Philly: Beano
      • Photo Credit: D. McDowell for GPTMC/Philly 360°
    • Who Do You Love… More? Featuring Chill Moody, Beano & Hank McCoy
      • Who Do You Love… More? Featuring Chill Moody, Beano & Hank McCoy
      • Photo Credit: D. McDowell for Philly 360°/ Visit Philly
    • BASSic Black Entertainment & Sigma Sound Present The Exclusive Philly After Party - Beano
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If you're like us, then you've been waiting for solo music from West Philadelphia singer/songwriter Beano. Although he's rocked many stages, on his own and alongside acts like Chill Moody, we have yet to see a solo project from the Philadelphia crooner. Well, it looks like the wait is over! Because this week the Philly 360° playlist is back with Beano's first single, “Let it Go.” 

For this mid-tempo danceable, smooth track, Beano sings that his “phone is off” and he's heading out for a night with the boys after a bit of trouble at home. Reminiscent of the vibe of Usher’s “You Don’t Have to Call,” the song has a great feel and will have fans singing along instantly. 

The track was done by Philly-based producer Dilemma, and samples LL Cool J’s “Mama Said Knock You Out” —  which actually samples a number of older records including a James Brown hit. The break beat gives “Let it Go” a throwback sound with a new school twist. 

Beano has been working quietly on his upcoming solo project after the debut of Who Do You Love … More?, a collaborative project alongside West Philly emcee Chill Moody and producer Hank McCoy. The trio performed the project at their exclusive event at Hard Rock Café in February. You can check out our video recap below. 

It’s Beano's high energy and strong vocals that make the powerhouse performer a fan favorite. It’s evident that he has that special thing that stars are made of. From headlining his own shows to opening for big name acts like Musiq, The Dream and more — it’s only a matter of time before Beano becomes a household name. 

Beano has been touring alongside R&B crooner Jaheim as a background singer. And this month, he will also open up for Ty Dolla $ign at the TLA. Be sure to get out and catch his live show and take a listen to “Let it Go” below. Let us know what you think.


Check out Beano's latest single "Let It Go" and watch our video recap of Who Do You Love... More? with Beano, Chill Moody & Hank McCoy. 


Philly 360° Exclusive: Watch Philly Native Dom Streater's New York Fashion Week Takeover

  • Posted By: Jared Michael Lowe
  • October 9, 2014
    • Dom Streater Debuts Spring/Summer 2015 Collection
      • Dom Streater Debuts Spring/Summer 2015 Collection
      • Photo Credit: D. King for Visit Philadelphia / Philly 360

Project Runway winner and Philly native, Dom Streater is on a winning streak and the city has been cheering her on every step of the way.

During this past New York Fashion Week, Philly 360° hit the road to attend Dom’s spring/ summer 2015 collection runway show debut. Inspired by a mile-high view of the changing landscape during a recent cross–country voyage, Streater’s collection, “Elevated”,  featured psychedelic prints on long flowy maxi dresses, chambray cocktail dresses, and even a riff on aviation.

BTW, we definitely want those vintage-inspired flight attendant hats and bags.

Furthering her brand, Dom collaborated with high-end audio company Velodyne to design custom headphones using the prints from her spring/summer collection. You can get a sneak preview of  the Velodyne collab and Dom’s spring 2015 collection in our exclusive recap video below. Check it out! 


Watch our exclusive, all-access video of Dom Streater's 2015 spring/summer collection debut during New York Fashion Week.  

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October Must-Hit List: Wiz Khalifa, OCD: Moosh & Twist, Nas, Marsha Ambrosius, Aaron Camper & More

  • Posted By: James Claiborne
  • October 2, 2014
    • Nas at The Electric Factory
      • Nas at The Electric Factory
      • Photo Credit: L. Tellington for GPTMC

Must-Hit October Events: 

UNIQLO Philly Love Fest Featuring Questlove - Saturday, October 4

To celebrate the opening of its new downtown Philadelphia flagship store, international clothing retailer UNIQLO is throwing a huge, community-themed party at  Smith Memorial Playground and Playhouse. The UNIQLO Philly Love Fest will present a Philadelphia/Tokyo culture collision through food, games, music and performances. In fact, Mr. Global Philly himself, Questlove, will spin a fresh-to-death playlist for his hometown fans. 

Nas is hitting the road for a U.S. tour. He’ll perform music from the project that launched his career, Time is Illmatic—widely embraced as one of the most influential albums in hip-hop. This highly anticipated tour coincides with the release of the legendary rapper’s Tribeca Film documentary, Nas: Time Is Illmatic. Philly hip-hop fans can catch him at The Keswick Theater.


DesignPhiladelphia — Thursday, October 9 - Friday, October 17

DesignPhiladelphia returns, taking over a host of Philly venues and creative spaces this October. Now in its 10th year, the festival has grown into one of the largest of its kind, presenting 120 exhibitions, open studio tours, talks and workshops, plus 400 of the city’s brightest creative professionals.


Art After 5: Afropop Dance Party — Friday, October 17

This month’s installment of the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s popular Friday night mixer, Art After 5, promises to be an unforgettable sonic journey, laced with the sweet rhythms of Afropop music. DJ Rahsaan starts the evening with the latest hits from Ghana and beyond, and multi-instrumentalist Kinobe—hailed as the new voice of Ugandan music—closes the night out with an intimate set of world music.


Forbes Under 30 Music Festival — Sunday, October 19

Music all-stars Afrojack, Wiz Khalifa, LP and OCD: Moosh & Twist land in Philly this month to headline the Forbes Under 30 Music Festival. Held at The Piazza in Northern Liberties, the festival kicks off Forbes’ Under 30 Summit, which will host 1,000 of the country’s leading young entrepreneurs for three days of panels, TED-style presentations and Shark Tank-style pitch contests.


Up-Close Live Featuring Aaron Camper — Thursday, October 23

After spending months on the road touring with industry heavyweights such as Justin Timberlake, Philly’s favorite music transplant, Aaron Camper, is back in town and performing at West Oak Lane soul food joint Relish. The next edition of Up-Close Live features two full sets of music by Camper and a live interview with Philly-based blogger and Ebony contributor Sincerely Syreeta.


Marsha Ambrosius — Thursday, October 23

Calling all the lovers: Still riding high off the release of her latest album Friends & Lovers, R&B songstress Marsha Ambrosius is set to hit The TLA on South Street for an incredible night of Philly soul. If you’re jonesin’ for Marsha’s killer vocals, sultry music and “keep-it-trill” commentary on life and love, we suggest you grab tickets now.

    • PhillyMade
      • PhillyMade
      • Photo Credit: M. Edlow for Visit Philadelphia / Philly 360°

Philly 360° Spotlights:

Rewind: PhillyMade

The night before MIA hit the Parkway with headliners Pharrell and Kanye West, a concert/party of epic proportions went down at Voltage Lounge. A BASSic Black Entertainment–X Kontraband 215 mashup, PhillyMade featured an incredible roster of talent including West Philly emcee Chill Moody, singer/songwriter Aaron Camper, Kontraband 215 front man Scoop, and hip-hop great Common. Watch our recap video.


What’s Good In My ‘Hood: Northern Liberties

Each month, Philly 360° showcases a creative from a trendy neighborhood in Philly. We recently linked up with graphic artist and nightlife connoisseur Jake Weaver of Northern Liberties—also referred to as “NoLibs” by locals. From vintage sneaker consignment shop Sole Patrol to his favorite burger joint PYT, Jake gives us an insider’s look at his ’hood. Get details here.


Style Guide: Shop “Heritage-Hipster” in Old City

For the next edition of the Philly° 360 Style Guide, we're focusing our attention on a special group of stylish gents that we've dubbed "The Heritage Hipster." You know the type—he’s uber stylish, wears great heritage brand jeans, loves vintage everything and is well-groomed in the most unassuming way. If that’s you, then we have a few OId City shops that you must check out. Find out more here.


Rewind: The 2014 BlackStar Film Festival

For the third year in a row, BlackStar Film Festival exploded on the scene to shine a spotlight on the films and filmmakers that are broadening the definition of black cinema around the globe. Philly 360° went behind the scenes to capture the people and movement that powered BlackStar 2014. Watch our video recap.


Philly 360° Rewind: BASSic Black Entertainment & Kontraband 215 Team Up For PhillyMade At Voltage Lounge

  • Posted By: Philly 360
  • October 2, 2014
    • PhillyMade
      • PhillyMade
      • Photo Credit: M. Edlow for Visit Philadelphia / Philly 360°

The night before Jay's Made In America hit The Parkway with headliners like Pharrell, Kanye West, Steve Aoki, J. Cole and Tiesto, a concert/party of epic proportions went down at Voltage Lounge.

A BASSic Black Entertainment x Kontraband 215 mashup, PhillyMade featured an incredible roster of talent including West Philly emcee Chill Moody, BBE recording artist Aaron Camper, and Kontraband 215 frontman Scoop, and plenty of other phenomenal Philly music acts.

Touring turntablists DJ Aktive and DJ Dummy held down the turntables that night — while winner of VH1's hit TV show Flavor of Love 2Deelishis took center stage as host. 

The event masterminds, Adam Blackstone (founder of BBE and musical director for Pharrell, Justin Timberlake and Rihanna) and Darrell Robinson (musical director for K Michelle, N.E.R.D and Kontraband 215) pooled their collective industry influence to pack the room full of the who's who of Philly's entertainment and music scene.

BBE recording artist Laurin Talese, Hot 107.9 on-air personality Laiya St.Clair, Philly-based R&B/pop entertainer GoGo Morrowand hip-hop great Common were all in the building for this event. Common even treated attendees to a special "live from the VIP balcony" freestyle. #winning

If you missed this event, then you definitely missed out on a good time — but we've got you covered! As always, Philly 360° was onsite capturing all of the action for our fans. Take a look at the below video recap and visual gallery for a behind-the-scenes look at exactly how PhillyMade went down.  


Take a look at our exclusive video recap and visual gallery for PhillyMade. 

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Questlove DJs The UNIQLO Philly Love Fest At Smith Memorial Park Playground This Weekend - Saturday, October 4

  • Posted By: James Claiborne
  • October 1, 2014
    • Questlove
      • Questlove
      • Photo Credit: M. Edlow for Visit Philadelphia / Philly 360°

Philly's shopping scene just keeps getting better, and better. Next up on our retail radar, UNIQLO!

The international clothing brand, adored for high-quality casualwear and great prices, will open on Chestnut Street in Center City this Friday — a big win for Philadelphia shoppers.

To celebrate the grand opening of its new Philadelphia flagship store, the global clothing retailer announced that it will host a community-themed festival at Smith Memorial Park Playground and Playhouse on Saturday, October 4.

The UNIQLO Philly Love Fest will coincide with the opening of the brand's first downtown Philly store at 1608 Chestnut Street. Capitalizing on the major buzz around the opening, UNIQLO's Philly Love Fest will present a culture collision of Philadelphia and Tokyo influences through food, games and performances.

In fact, Mr. Global Philly himself, Roots drummer and famed turntablists Questlove will even be making an appearance and spinning a set between 4:15 – 5:45 p.m.

Other UNIQLO Philly Love Fest highlights include runway shows featuring traditional Japanese Taiko drummers, Philadelphia bucket drummers and breakdancers; face painting in the traditional Japanese styles of Anime, Manga and Kabuki in Philly team colors; food trucks serving up good eats influenced by both cities; and carnival games where attendees play to win gift cards, food truck vouchers and other prizes. 

Guests will even have a chance to snap and share selfies at the UNIQLO social ‘Step and Repeat.' So, make sure you're wearing your flyest festival gear.

The ‘UNIQLO Philly Love Fest’ is free and open to the public. UNIQLO will even provide free transportation to and from the event via UNIQLO branded double-decker buses.

Customers can board the bus at the following stops:

— South 16th Street & Market Street (Pick Up Only)
— Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul, 1723 Race Street (Pick Up Only)
— Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2600 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy (Pick Up Only)
— Smith Memorial Playground & Playhouse, 3500 Reservoir Dr (Pick Up & Drop Off)
— UNIQLO, 1608 Chestnut Street (Drop Off Only)

You can visit UNIQLO’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/uniqlo.us for more information and event details. 


UNIQLO Philly Love Fest featuring Questlove 
When: Saturday, October 4, 
Where:  Smith Memorial Park Playground, 3500 Reservoir Drive
Cost: FREE
More Info: Click here


UPDATE: Nas: Time Is Illmatic Music Tour Hits Philly On October 5 & 6

  • Posted By: Philly 360
  • September 30, 2014
    • Nas at The Electric Factory
      • Nas at The Electric Factory
      • Photo Credit: L. Tellington for GPTMC

This fall, Nas is hitting the road for a US tour, performing music from the project that launched his career, Time is Illmatic. Widely embraced as one of the most influential albums in hip-hop, Nas will perform songs off his ten-track debut album, Illmatic.

The legendary emcee will hit venues and stages across the US for a music tour that complements the release of his Tribeca Film documentary, Nas: Time Is Illmatic. The film screened earlier this year to a soldout house during the BlackStar Film Festival here in Philadelphia. Locally, the film will hit the AMC Loews in Cherry Hill, NJ on October 10. You can get more movie times here.  

Along with Nas performing Illmatic live, concert-goers will also experience a special screening of the film. Hip-hop heads can catch the Illmatic music tour on Sunday, October 5 at The Keswick Theater in Glenside, PA. Grab your tickets now! 

 

NAS: Time Is Illmatic Tour 
When: Sunday, October 5 & Monday, October 6, 8 p.m. 
Where: The Keswick Theater, 291 N Keswick Avenue, Glenside, PA
Cost: $37-79
More Info: Click here to buy tickets.


Songstress Marsha Ambrosius Returns To The TLA - Thursday, October 23

  • Posted By: Ashley Coleman
  • September 30, 2014
    • Marsha Ambrosius: Friends & Lovers Tour
      • Marsha Ambrosius: Friends & Lovers Tour
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of Marsha Ambrosius

Marsha Ambrosius, Philly's hometown heroine by way of London, is returning to The TLA on South Street on Thursday, October 23. And, you won’t want to miss what she has in store. Earlier this year, Marsha's show, which featured GoGo Morrow, MPrynt and Jade Alston, sold out. So be warned, grab your tickets now.

baThis summer, Ambrosius released her highly-anticipated sophomore album, Friends & Lovers, which was extremely well-received by fans. In her authentic "keep it real" fashion, Marsha tells stories love and lust over lush soundtracks with hypnotics melodies and beats. And, together with her phenomenal band, the songstress has also created a captivating, musically-impressive live experience to complement the project. 

The album included the Dr. Dre produced hit-song “Stronger (Than Pride),” which was a re-imagined spin on Sade’s chart-topping hit of the same name. Not many features on the project, it is clear Ambrosius took her time and crafted a conceptual album that her fans — affectionately known as "Marshians" — could really dig into. 

Ambrosius, of course, made a meteoric rise in the industry as a part of the duo Floetry. The group cultivated much of their sound right here in Philadelphia during the late 90s and early 2000s. A part of the legendary Black Lily scene, the two released hits like “Say Yes” and “It’s Getting Late,” which propelled them to the industry fame. Ambrosius also boasts songwriting credits for Michael Jackson, Alicia Keys and Jamie Foxx, among others. 

With Friend & Lovers being only her second solo studio album, Marsha's dedicated, and growing, fan base is definitely looking forward to what she will cook up next. But in the meantime, be sure to check her out when she lands in Philly later this month. 

If you have never been to a Marsha Ambrosius show, then check out our below video recap of the singer's last show at The TLA for a chance to see exactly how Marsha puts it down live.  


Marsha Ambrosius
When: Thursday, October 23, 8 PM
Where: Theater of Living Arts (TLA), 334 South Street
Cost: $30
More Info: Click here.


Philly 360° Playlist: Philadelphia Emcee Al 1Thing Drops A Video For His New Single "Armor"

  • Posted By: Ashley Coleman
  • September 29, 2014
    • Al 1Thing
      • Al 1Thing
      • Photo Credit: Jermaine Avery

Giving us a little something different, Philadelphia-bred emcee Al 1Thing is next up on the Philly 360° playlist. The hip-hop artist's latest record, "Armor" warns listeners that they might just need protect their hearts when navigating the often-complicated waters of love.

This drum-heavy, moody track shows a different side of the popular Philly emcee. Except for his last verse, Al sings the entire song, showcasing another dimension of his artistry and sound — which is certain to be a welcomed surprise for his fanbase. In classic Philly-style, Al turns up the rhymes for the third verse of the hard-hitting record, bringing the track home for a win.  

"Armor" was produced by Bobby Beats, and though it’s a mid-tempo, the drums drive throughout solidifying a sound that blends street style with pop. The record’s sample sings in tandem with Al, creating a great texture and making it an easy listen.

Driven by fashion, lyricism and ambition, Al 1Thing is on a mission to carve out his own lane in the industry. Able to blend street music with high style and class, Al believes that he is the "1thing" missing from today’s mainstream hip-hop landscape. And, we definitely agree. 

Earlier this year, Al released the Al 1Thing Project, which was well-received by fans and music critics alike. The mixtape boasts production by Philly 360° Creative Ambassador Ivan Barias and Roc Nation’s Jahlil Beatsand has an eclectic appeal. 

Keep your eye on Al 1Thing as he quickly becomes one of the city's most respected and talked about artists.  

You can download his mixtape here and take a listen to “Armor” below!


Wiz Khalifa, OCD: Moosh & Twist, LP & Afrojack Headline The Forbes Under 30 Music Festival At The Piazza - Sunday, October 19

  • Posted By: James Claiborne
  • September 23, 2014
    • Wiz Khalifa
      • Wiz Khalifa
      • Photo Credit: M. Edlow for Visit Philadelphia / Philly 360°

Breaking: Just today, Forbes announced that music all-stars Afrojack, Wiz Khalifa, LP and OCD: Moosh & Twist will all headline the Forbes Under 30 Music Festival

Held at The Piazza in Northern Liberties, the music festival will kick off the Forbes Under 30 Summit which will take place in Philadelphia from October 19-22 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center and other venues across the city. The buzz-worthy summit will bring together some of the country's leading young entrepreneurs and thought leaders for three days of panels, TED-style presentations and Shark Tank-style pitch contests. And, of course, no Philly event is complete without the music. 

Want in on the concert? Then take action with Global Poverty Project today! 

To maximize the impact of the music festival, Forbes has partnered with The Global Poverty Project, a nonprofit that fights to end extreme poverty by 2030. Starting today, music lovers and do-gooders can take action at globalcitizen.org/nights and then use points earned for a chance to win free tickets to the October 19 concert.  

From tweeting, to signing a petition or watching an informative video, fans will learn more about the key issues address by The Global Poverty Project while getting one step closer to landing free festival tickets.

You can check out more details on the show's dope lineup of artists below. 

    • Moosh & Twist OCD
      • Moosh & Twist OCD
      • Photo Credit: Courtesy of OCD

Forbes Under 30 Music Festival Lineup: 

Afrojack

Named by Forbes as one of the highest-paid DJ in the business, Afrojack recently dropped his debut studio project, Forget The World, which includes appearances by music heavyweights like Snoop Dogg, Sting and Jared Leto. Afrojack will close out the evening with an unforgettable set of music. 

Wiz Khalifa

LP, a singer/songwriter who has lent her fierce songwriting skills to megastars like Rihanna, will take to the Forbes Under 30 stage, showcasing her undeniable music and soaring vocals. LP's latest project Forever For Now features hits like “Tokyo Sunrise” and “Into the Wild.”

LP

LP, as singer/songwriter who has lent her fierce songwriting skills to megastars like Rihanna, will take to the Forbes Under 30 stage, showcasing her own undeniable music and soaring vocals. LP's latest project Forever For Now features hits like “Tokyo Sunrise” and “Into the Wild.”

OCD: Moosh and Twist

Philly, stand up! Our city's own native hip-hop group OCD: Moosh and Twist will open the festival with an electrifying performance. The group, comprised of 20-year-olds DeQuincy “Moosh” Coleman McRae and Oliver “Twist” Feighan, boasts over 100,000 mixtape downloads and 7 million YouTube views.

You can get more details on the Forbes' Under 30 Summit by visiting www.forbesunder30.com, or by following @ForbesUnder30, #Under30Summit and #GoingtoPhilly on Twitter.


Forbes Under 30 Musical Festival
When: Sunday, October 19, Doors 3:30 p.m. 
Where: The Piazza, 1001 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19123
Cost: Free, but ticketed. 
More Info: Visit www.globalcitizen.org/nights#actions to enter for a chance to win tickets. 


What’s Good In My ‘Hood: Jake Weaver, Northern Liberties

  • Posted By: Jared Michael Lowe
  • September 23, 2014
    • Jake Weaver
      • Jake Weaver
      • Photo Credit: J. Lowe for Philly 360

Each month, we showcase a different person from a happening neighborhood in Philly. This month we’ll like to introduce you to graphic artist and nightlife connoisseur, Jake Weaver of Northern Liberties, also affectionately referred to as NoLibs by locals. 

A man of many talents, Jake describes himself as “an artist/musician who refuses to adhere to the conventional idea of being an "adult." Rightly so, a gamer, skater, graphic artists, and event host, Jake has called No Libs his home for over six years, hosting and DJ’ing events at popular haunts such as The Barbary and Kung Fu Necktie.

Considered as one of Philly’s most successful up-and-coming neighborhoods, Northern Liberties features a throng of international restaurants, eclectic pubs and trendy boutiques — all while maintaining an authentic artistic vibe. A short cab ride from Center City, the neighborhood lies north of Old City and west of the Delaware River.

Find out about Jake’s hood below! 


Philly 360° Q&A with NoLibs resident Jake Weaver. 

    • Jake Weaver
      • Jake Weaver
      • Photo Credit: J. Lowe for Philly 360

How do you describe Northern Liberties?

A hodgepodge of what Philly was, is, and will become.

Favorite spots in your hood?

I love the entire area, but I go through phases. Currently, I'd say PYT for their ridiculous burgers and Standard Tap for its solid brunch menu. As far as shopping goes, you can find me at Exit Skate Shop on once a month buying kicks. If I'm trying to splurge, I'll go to Sole Control in the Piazza. Since I live so close to the Piazza, I can’t not go into Jinxed. They have some really cool furniture along with a lot of random 2nd hand items you don't necessarily realize you need until you stumble upon them.

What he likes about his ‘hood?

It’s very accessible.  I can pretty much walk 4 blocks in any direction and find what I'm looking for. The El is only a short walk away.

What should people know about his ‘hood?

It’s more than just a party destination, there are so many places to chill and just be here. You can grab coffee in a café or sit in a bar and meet a stranger from a different walk of life from yours and talk for hours. It’s unpretentious and laid back; in essence, it’s what Philly is all about.

Jake's NoLibs Itinerary: 

The Barbary, 951 Frankford Avenue | Live Music, Entertainment, Drinks, Nightlife
Kung Fu Necktie, 1250 N. Front Street | Live Music, Entertainment, Drinks, Nightlife 
PYT,  The Piazza - 1050 N. Hancock St | Burgers, Late Night Eats, Drinks 
Standard Tap, 901 N. 2nd Street | Beer, Drinks, Brunch, Dining 
The Piazza, 1001 N. 2nd Street | Shopping, Dining, Drinks, Nightlife, Entertainment 
Exit Skate Shop, 825 N. 2nd Street | Shopping, Sneakers, Skater Gear
Sole Patrol, 1050 N. Hancock Street | Sneaker Consignment, Shopping, Vintage Footwear
Jinxed, 1050 N. Hancock Street | Vintage, Furniture, Shopping, Home Goods


Watch the below Visit Philadelphia Neighborhoods video for more great places to visit in Northern Liberties.

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