Posts tagged Atlanta
Press Lives Matters : Wane Chism, Wiz Kid behind Popped Cherry + Flavors Creative

In Texas, it's a large cast of creative individuals who are pushing the medium beyond the spirits of the Lone Star state. One of the pivotal people in the space who's pushing the beyond the boundaries of Austin, TX is Wane Chism, who's a marketing guru in his own right and going above the standard to deliver some of the best creative ideas for artists and brands. With his involvement with growing blog site, Popped Cherry, creative firm Flavors, and managing the likes of The Teeta and DONTHYPEME, he has a full plate on his table but he's maneuvering in a fashion where it seems somewhat effortless. While he's on a mission to change the perception on what it means to be a creative manager/businessman in Texas, Wane is crafting some modern ideas to break the mold in the nation's Live Music Capital. 

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The Art of Diligence + Drip // How Gunna's Drip Season series can establish his stardom

The mainstream world was first introduced to Young Thug’s protégé, Gunna, on the former’s “Floyd Mayweather,” from the JEFFERY project. Gunna’s third iteration of his Drip mixtape series looks good on paper. Including production credits from names like Metro Boomin’ and Wheezy, and contributions from Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Durk, Lil Yatchy, and of course, Young Thug, it’s hard to debate the star-power of the project.

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Jurassic Living Legend: Can SlimeSito Solidify Himself Completely in Atlanta's Scene

As we may know, Atlanta has become the haven for where hip-hop is today. In the process of bringing us different stars with the likes of Migos, Lil Yatchy, Young Thug, Future, Yung Bans, Gunna, and more, it's easy to say that the scene there has been quite versatile for quite some time. In the midst of these stars growing and building their mold, artists such as Slime Sito have been continuing to keep it 10 toes down and laying down a solid for the underground scene in Atlanta. 

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Press Lives Matter: Quinn Goydish // A&R, Streamcut

Gearing up the new year with more content on the pages of Modern Life Mag, the growth and love we've from the industry on our interview series, "Press Lives Matters', and how it's given a new insight on the professionals and hustlers behind the scenes making plays. Intertwining between the creases and crevices of what the music industry shifting forward to, we land on the front door of the innovative methods of delivering material with Quinn, a vital player as A&R  in the role of monetization projects with rising company, Streamcut

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The Organic Ascension of Yung Bans

The year of 2017 has been one where the music has seen so many grasroots ways of marketing artists, and due to these methods of exposing these artists on multiple platforms they've benefitted in the matter of being able to reach a large scale of different demographics. You've seen this with the ascension of Lil Uzi Vert, Playboi Carti, XXXtentacion, Ski Mask the Slump God, Post Malone, and others. Through the avenue of Soundcloud and other services, emerging artists such as Yung Bans is one of the key figures of the next class of rappers who are going to make a huge splash in the industry in 2018. 

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Behind The Lens: JunyaWrk

We recently spoke to Sahbabii's right hand man and Atlanta creative, JunyaWRK. The Georgia bred photographer have captured the likes of Yung Bans, Young Thug, Metro Boomin, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, and more. His film directed photography sets himself apart from the scene with his retro approach. Read our in-depth interview with Junya below where he talks about his relationship with Sah, what are some of his goals, what inspired his work, and more. 

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Drawing Outside The Lines: Father Nico

One creative has had an excellent year being himself as well as changing the ways people saw him and his art with every creation. That one artists is FatherNico, the mysterious young artist stealing the eyes of the people and putting them right onto his work. As vague as the young man is I got the chance to speak with Nico and get a better look into the foggy, abstract drawing on the window of your car in the rain that is… FatherNico himself. 

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