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L’ART Weekly Round-Up: 26.02.17

L’ART Weekly Round-Up: 26.02.17

February 26, 2017 | D&L





Here are the top 5 stories that got you talking this week:

Hot Couple Alert: Teyana Taylor and Iman Shumpert for GQ

The music artist and NBA star player featured in a spread for GQ magazine and the results are amazing! The young couple sure have a lot of accomplishments to be proud of – their cute Junie included of course – and it’s nice to see them working together and also pursuing their own careers. Gaining an insight into their life was also a bonus!

NEW MUSIC: Tanya G’s ‘I Will Survive’ Revival

Tanya G’s release of ‘I Will Survive’ drew even more attention since she joined forces with So Solid Crew, Gem Faria and Urban Soul. The garage renditions really bring back the old school vibe that we’re sometimes missing from music in the charts these days. Check out the feature here.

Behind The Scenes At London Fashion Week

Fashion Week is always a highlight, especially as we’re looking out for the new collections that designers are bringing to the catwalk and this season, the collections have headed straight to the stores. Plus, we all know that it’s mostly a manic environment behind the scenes of any fashion show, so it has been nice to see some great action shots amongst the madness.

The Best Wireless Line Up Announced?

Once the line-up for Wireless Festival 2017 (July 7th-9th) was announced, social media went crazy! With a number of popular and talented artists on the bill, it’s going to be difficult for festival goers and music lovers to choose a day to attend; forcing people to attend all 3 days we’re sure. Artists including The Weeknd, Chance The Rapper, Bryson Tiller, Skepta and Nas… the list goes on and this could quite possibly be one of the best Wireless line-ups to date.

Future Releases HNDRXX

There were rumours that Future was set to release another album in the space of two weeks, and they were true. He released HNDRXX, which listeners quickly compared to the feeling of his sophomore album, Honest. Plus, both new albums were also very different so fans certainly were not disappointed with the results.