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REWIND: Hip-Hop Should Be LIVE. LA Duo ‘YRF’ Proves It.

I could care less about what you’re doing (or say you’re doing) in the studio– hip-hop should be live! LA hip-hop duo YRF took the stage Friday night at Los Globos on Sunset– with a LIVE BAND. Craig (aka BlakP) and Neesin (aka YC) opened up for Chief Wakil with their band at the east side club. The drummer was underage but that didn’t matter– SHE could f*&king play!

Watch a clip of YRF’s performance on <<REWIND and check out the one-on-one (well, 2) Q&A with the artists below.

REWIND: YRF at Los Globos from Swaggerless on Vimeo.

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If You’re Graduating, You’ll Need One of These: Limited Edition ‘Hire Me’ Decal

Commencement season is here, and if you are one of the lucky graduates, you may want to grab one of our limited edition ‘Hire Me’ decals while you  still can. Remember to take a pic with your  ‘Hire Me’ cap and  IG: @Swaggerless with the hashtag #HireMe to share your accomplishments on the site. 2014 Get HIRED! 

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Limited edition ‘Hire Me’ mortarboard decal

Get Hired. Grab a decal here

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Look Up: A spoken word film for an online generation (VIDEO)

“I have 422 friends–yet I’m lonely…”

‘Look Up’ is a lesson taught to us through a love story, in a world where we continue to find ways to make it easier for us to connect with one another, but always results in us spending more time alone.
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The ‘Born Free’ Generation: 20-year-olds in South Africa Prepare For First Vote (VIDEO)

20 years ago, apartheid ended giving way to South Africa’s first fair and free elections. Today, the ‘born free’ generation (those born in 1994) anticipate their first chance to vote. Hear their stories of growing up in post-apartheid South Africa.

(Via The Guardian)