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Money Camo Collection

The Money Camo collection drop consists of classic greens, classic greys, with the money logo detailing, becoming part of the camo, accentuating the uniqueness and innovation that Money has been known for since its inception.

Modelled by influencer @FireSkyHighFly and shot by London based photographer @DantesLens

The Camo collection is now available online at https://moneyclothing.com/

About Money:
Established in 2003, Money exploded onto the fashion scene with a unique range of menswear, quickly becoming a favourite for artists such as Nas, J Hus, Dave and Section Boyz, who along with UK youth culture, continue to embrace the brand today. Adopting classic men’s streetwear, married with the urgency and free thinking of British lifestyle, humour and swagger. Quickly rising though the ranks by word of mouth, humour and strong trend driven collections. Money became the choice of the fashion-conscious youth and seasoned casuals alike.


Temi “Lock & Key”

Temi is back at it with his fine ass, and we are here for all he has to offer…. Can you say Chocolate at its FINEST!!!!!!

Born in Nigeria, raised in Toronto, Ontario this international superstar, Témi (Pronounced Tay-Me) has hit the ground running with his smooth appeal and powerful vocals. He brings the Pop/R&B sound with a new age feel. Témi hit the scene in 2014 solo with his EP, “Intro II A New Beginning.” He has released four hit singles including, “Brick By Brick,” Fire,” “Alright” and “Love It.”

His new single, Lock & Key will make you fall in love with love, all over again. Off of his soon to be released Spring of 2017 EP called, Tame Me. Témi’s talented past and bright future will keep him on your radar for many years to come.


Impulse Atlanta Presents: GLOW

What is GLOW?

GLOW is Impulse Group Atlanta’s 4th-year Anniversary Party.  It is sure to spice things up…a little sensual play….a twisted side of advocacy….GLOW….


You are encouraged to wear something colorful,
No cover charge to enter,
Free parking,
Complimentary drinks,
But keep it cute, it’s an elevated night.
See ya on March 18th!!


Westside Cultural Arts Center

760 10th Street Northwest Atlanta, GA 30318


Atlanta Knots: The Jamal Paisley Story

Let’s get into this one. We were in Atlanta for Labor Day Weekend and we attended the Gay Pride Festivities. The weekend was absolutely amazing. The kids were all the way turned up. 

However, it wouldn’t be Atlanta if it someone wasn’t getting EXPOSED. While attending a party at The Anchor Bar we observer a patron totally upset and acting like a true monkey. Upon observing the actions we heard another patron say, “Gurl that’s that raggedy ass Jamal Paisley.” Naturally, we had to do what we do best and INCESTIGATE. 

According to sources Mr. Paisley is a knot who use to be a porn star for Coco Dorm until he shitted outside in the parking lot and was kicked out of the dorm. Now, we have no proof of this so we can only tell it as it was told to us. Since his shitty booty incident Mr. Paisley has been trying to get back to the top of Gay Fame with all his might. 

This brings us to Labor Day Weekend 2015. Word on the web and at the club is that Mr. Paisley was dating the owner of Wassup N Atl Promotions trying to use him to get back into the scene. Now, the patrons say that Wassup N Atl is a staple in Atlanta and their Pride Events are Epic. The theory is that Mr. Paisley was going to use the owner to get back in front of the gay crowd and jump start his never existing Industry Career. 

Here is where it gets HOTTTT. Mr. Paisley was allegedly upset outside of a The Anchor Bar because HE paid the Wassup N Atl owner $1000 to allow him to host his party. Some of the patrons complained that Mr. Paisley was WACK so Wassup N Atl took the mic away from him. This is what sent him into his rage. 

We will be honest, we weren’t there while Mr. Paisley was hosting but the kids were mighty happy to see him go. Upon his departure he chose to act like Meek Mill and run to Twitter with his Lies. 

Let me say this. Wassup N Atl paid him no mind, no attention and no money. The party went on and the building was packed. Funny thing is for him to be such the Socialite as his Social Media claims he was only talking to himself and 1 other person. 

Based on the messages you can clearly see for yourself for a person who is such a Socialite and a Boss doesn’t Mr. Paisley seem real hurt???????

We reached out to the Owner of Wassup N Atl, Magic Mario to inquire about the issue and he declined to speak on it. However, the one thing he made clear was:


I guess shitty booty has made his way back home and is calm. I just wanna know if he really shitted in the parking lot and didn’t wipe his ass. I mean to each its own but I thought Bottoms were suppose to stay clean!!!!!!!!!!



Vassy’s “Hustlin’” will be the #1 record on Billboard’s Dance Club Songs chart tomorrow! The song pays homage to Crystal Waters’ nineties house classic, “Gypsy Woman”.

Crystal Waters has come out in full support of the record, even appearing in the song’s music video. You can check it out at:

The song follows “Bad”, Vassy’s collaboration with David Guetta. It was a summer smash! The music video for “Bad” has had nearly 200 million views to date. Check it out at:

Bad girl Vassy lands at the #1 spot on Billboard’s Club Chart with Hustlin’, her latest club banger that pays homage to Crystal Waters’ nineties house classic, Gypsy Woman. It’s just the latest fete in what has been a phenomenal year for the Australian-born beauty.

Her David Guetta & Showtek- produced rebel anthem, Bad, went Platinum internationally this summer, climbing to the Top 10 on the pop charts. Another single, We Are Young, was featured in the trailer for Disney’s Oscar-winning film Frozen and in an ad campaign for Target. It was also selected as the theme for the music video awards show in Greece. In The Sun served as the soundtrack for Pepsi’s Real Big Summer campaign and the infectious Lucky Day track was featured in Victoria Secret’s Body by Victoria commercial.

Produced by Dave Audé and Crazibiza, Hustlin’ has been causing a stir in the underground club scene since August. It topped the Beatport chart earlier this fall. Crystal Waters has come out in full support of the record, even appearing in the song’s music video, directed by Vassy and Michelangelo Reyes.

“The idea was not to remake Gypsy Woman,” explains Vassy. “Why do that? The original is perfection. We wanted to reinterpret the track; re-invent it for today’s dance floor. It was important for me to smack my own stamp on it.”

Like the nineties version, Hustin’ is about aggressively chasing one’s dreams at all costs. That’s exactly what Vassy has done. In addition to creating hits for herself, she has written and collaborated with artists like Pitbull, Scooter, Paris Hilton, AfroJack, Sultan & Ned Sheperd and Bob Sinclar. Her music has been featured on TV’s Grey’s Anatomy, Human Target, Ugly Betty and Nickelodeon’s Dora The Explorer; on The Sims and FIFA 08 video games; and in commercials for Hilton Hotels, Chevrolet, Sketchers, Google and Diet Sprite. In January, her Real Love single will be featured in a new Target commercial running through April.

She says she learned early on in life that it was better to stand out than play it safe. At seven, she remembers being kicked out of her school choir because she wouldn’t sing along with the rest of the chorus. “I wanted to sing solo,” she explains. She would eventually leave Australia to pursue her music dreams in America.
In 2010, Vassy released her first track, History. Produced by Richard Vission, the song’s soulful dance drive played heavily on KISS FM and Power 106 in Los Angeles, as well as nationally on MTV. She followed it with a string of Top 10 Billboard dance hits, including Mad, a club track she co-wrote and produced with Phil Bentley and Dave Audé.

However, it was her collaboration with David Guetta & Showtek on Bad that launched Vassy’s music career into overdrive. Its music video on YouTube has nearly 200 million views and has exposed Vassy to millions of new fans around the world. USA Today spotlighted her as a rising EDM vocalist alongside Matthew Koma (Wasted), Bebe Rexha (Take Me Home) and John Martin (Don’t You Worry Child).

In the USA Today article, Vassy explained the groundswell appeal of EDM: “It lives in its own world. (Success) doesn’t even mean radio — its fan base is so hardcore. They need us and we need them. They play to massive crowds and we put a melody and lyric to songs that allow them to connect with people on an authentic level.”
For 2015, Vassy is gearing to release her debut album, We Are Young. It is a fun, upbeat, quirky, soulfully dynamic album of indie-laced anthems and gems. “It is free spirited and playful, like me,” she says.

“This next chapter in my life is about being courageous,” she continues. “In 2015, I’m standing tall, proud and loud. And having fun, of course!”
Hustlin’ is available on iTunes now. For more information on Vassy, visit her official website: http://www.kissmyvassy.com.