360 was featured on the Shade Room starring Jacquees! View the post HERE. Jacquees is an American singer and songwriter from Georgia, currently on a tour with Chris Brown. He has been signed under Cash Money Records since 2014 and he recently released his debut album 4275 on June 16, 2018. His album is out now and is inspired by his experiences and lessons he learned while growing up. The album’s catchy name is also named after his old street address, since his home was the start to all the dreams and his neighborhood was the place that motivated him to do what he has become today.
On this evening’s episode of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” Pete Davidson confirms his engagement to Ariana Grande. Below please find a sneak peek link. Tune in to #FallonTonight at 11:35pm ET on NBC for the full interview.
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Hop onto a fresh new set of wheels today with Turo! Sign up for the innovative car-sharing app Turo with Facebook, Google, or your email. Established in 2010, Turo is a peer-to-peer car sharing program where you can “book the car of your dreams.” Hosts on the app deliver a wide variety of cars with 250,000+ options. Turo is available for adults aged 21+ in 56 countries, 5500 cities, and with over 6 million users.
Getting into a new vehicle has never been more simple! Just meet the car owner to pick up the car. Many owners offer delivery, so they may bring it right to you. Take a look at the car, show them your license, grab the keys, and you’re all set for the fun. The owner will confirm or decline your trip within eight hours, but typically it’s much sooner. You can even pick up a car remotely with TuroGo, which allows owners to unlock cars from their phone, if the car’s system supports it. Book cars instantly on listings with the “Book Instantly” badge. You can even message owners directly and exchange numbers for easy drops or arrange meeting times at the airport.
No insurance? No Problem! Turo offers 3 different liability insurance packages from liberty mutual in the US and other major carriers across Canada and Germany. Those who prefer to use their own insurance can decline this option. Turo even allows customers to add a secondary driver onto trips, in case you have a friend coming along for the ride.
For those looking to become a little more adventurous, add-ons are available, like car-seats, mountain bikes, ski racks and more. This great alternative to conventional rental car companies offers exclusive cars that you can’t find anywhere else, like The Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, with 6.2-liter V-8 good for 707hp. Rates for nice luxury cars are a bargain such as the 2017 Infiniti Q50 for only $52 per day! Turo is also great for people who already own a set of wheels. It’s a great way to earn extra cash for college or simply subsidize your car payment when you need to.
Listing your car on Turo is as simple as getting one, just create a free listing within a few clicks. Describe your car, upload some clean photos, and you’re ready to go. Be sure to keep your calendar up to date, so travelers know when your car is available. Turo holds about 10 to 12 orientation and communication events per year. The most recent one was in NYC, where they brought together active hosts and offered app feedback to the engineers and marketing representatives of Turo. You can learn more about how Turo works here.
Turo granted 360 Magazine the special opportunity to try the service out for themselves with a 2017 Porsche Macan GTS SUV. The luxury car is available on the app for a great price! Cruise around your city with 360hp and a digital dash. The candy red paint finish coupled with black interiors and red accents really set the tone for the night, as the car is a complete attention getter. Turo is available on Apple and Google Play. For more information visit turo.com and be sure to check them out on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter as well.
JONAS BLUE SHARES VIDEO FOR NEW SINGLE, RISE FEATURING JACK & JACK
Rise has all the ingredients of a summer smash. IDOLATOR
Jonas Blue debuts the official video for his latest anthem Rise featuring vocals from Jack & Jack. Quickly dubbed as a summer smash by Idolator, Rise has amassed over 17 million global streams in just three weeks. The video, which was shot in Lisbon and features appearances by Jonas and Jack & Jack, can be viewed HERE.
The breakout U.K. artist/producer began work on the song after hearing the U.S. duo interviewed on a Los Angeles radio station. Jack & Jack are a phenomenon in their own right: having risen to fame on Vine before turning to music, the childhood friends have a combined 85 million followers on social media.
Rise has all the hallmarks of a Jonas Blue summer smash. A breezy flute riff gives way to the signature piano chords, snare rolls and pitched vocal samples, which steer into an exhilarating electronic synth drop. Billboard calls the song a feel-good house-pop tune, while Dancing Astronaut declares it bright and bouncy. Download / stream Rise HERE.
Jonas Blue will kick off a summer residency at Ibiza, the new high tech superclub in Ibiza, on June 24. A four-time BRIT Award nominee, he has amassed over four billion cumulative streams and 25 million single sales globally. Fast Car, his breakthrough single featuring Dakota, reached No. 1 on Billboard’s Dance Club Songs chart. It went Platinum in the U.S. and has a total of 39 Platinum certifications worldwide. Subsequent singles Perfect Strangers and Mama are both certified Gold in the States. Jonas, who has recently remixed songs for Sigrid and James Bay, is currently setting up his own record label, Blue Future. Debut signings will be announced soon.
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BOBBY SESSIONS PLANS A REVOLUTION IN NEW MUSIC VIDEO “PICK A SIDE”
LISTEN TO “PICK A SIDE” HERE:
BOBBY SESSIONS IS TRYING TO START A DIALOGUE
WATCH THE DALLAS RAPPER’S NEW VIDEO FOR “PICK A SIDE.”
Today, Bobby Sessions’s latest single “Pick A Side” premieres on The FADER and the artist’s mission continues to unfold. With “Pick A Side,” Sessions sets his sights on controversial black figures, equating the behavior of Candace Owens, Jason Whitlock, Ray Lewis, Omarosa and more, who are addressed in the track and music video, to house slaves informing on the subversive activity of slaves in the field. “The same way a person would sacrifice his or her relationship with the people on the field in order to get in good with the master, we have the same thing happening today where there are black people in positions of power and positions of influence that have opportunities to shed light on real situations affecting their own people,” Sessions says. “Instead, they dismiss them in the pursuit of getting the acceptance of white people in positions of power and it needs to be called out.”
The video showcases how a revolution happens. It starts small with pictures of the people Sessions believes need to pick a side while speaking to his people and as he’s delivering the information he’s posing to them, which side are you on?
In February, when it was announced that you signed with Def Jam you mentioned quitting your job in 2015 and dedicating yourself to becoming a great rapper and manifesting this current success. Can you explain that process a little more?
When you’re working a job, after you pay all your bills, you’re broke anyway. At least at my pay rate I was. I was spending all my money on music. I would go to work from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., I would sit in traffic in a car with no AC in record hot Texas summers from 5:30 to 6:30 maybe eat from 6:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., and I would would record from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. at the Dojo every single day. That was my thing. By the time I got done paying for that and paying for my bills, I was broke anyway. I thought, I’m either gonna stay here and be a hamster in the wheel or I can be out there and go for my dreams. I’m in my early twenties making these decisions. I can go back and still get a job later if that’s really what I want to do but the real fear and real danger is not doing it because I was scared of me being 50 and 60 living with “what if?” It was super easy to leave and that’s the reason I mentioned quitting my job.
How did signing to Def Jam fit into the vision you had yourself and your career?
I always fantasized about how it would feel to sign with Def Jam and then I got signed by Eminem’s manager (Paul Rosenberg, now the CEO of Def Jam), and the way I always thought that that would feel… it didn’t feel any different than how much I peacocked my chest out when I walked out of my old job. When I signed my contract in New York it felt the same way when I imagined that I signed the contract. That’s the main message that I try to get out to people. The reality that I lived in is that I’m the greatest rapper that ever came from Dallas. I don’t think of any other reality other than that in regards to Dallas in particular. And since that’s true, then, of course, I’ll have the right energy to attract my deal going through to when I shot my first video. Of course I came out of that, because that was my mentality before that was a consensus with everybody else.
What are you trying to manifest through your music?
I want to make material that’s way bigger than me. I’ve been talking about race in particular on all my projects. Go back to Law of Attraction and my album cover is a gorilla that’s literally shredding its outer. The gorilla represented the negative image that white people have on black people. So you saw me as an animal but I’m shattering your view of me with this art and through the law of attraction. My broad mission is to empower all black people around the world. That’s my main mission.
I feel like there’s a lot of psychological damage, psychological trauma that we inherited that never got addressed and it’s still never been addressed. It’s been quiet, it’s taboo to even be talking about. It’s a bunch of things that need to be addressed globally. The effects of white supremacy all around the world and [I want to] do as much as I can to get us as a people to manifest and be our best self. My individual goal, I want to make sure that when we look back at the history of the greatest rappers ever, I want my name to be mentioned at the top of the list. As I’m getting older, I’m realizing that individual goal is subjective. The impact that I really have in the booth that’s what I want to be measured by.
Tell us about the new single, “Pick A Side.”
The song is talking about field and house niggas and how you have to pick a side. This is a different time and this is not a time where you can straddle the fence. Our generation’s done a good job of, “let’s try to see all sides of everything.” OK, after you evaluated … pick a side. Don’t be scared of what side you’re standing on.
Even thinking back to slave times, you had the field negroes outside picking the cotton, manning the land and then you had the house negro, who was inside the house, typically lighter skinned, and he had a bunch of temporary privileges over the black people in the field. When the master and the master’s family is done eating, you get the scraps at the end. You also notify me if there’s some people on the field doing something they’re not supposed to be doing you come tell it to me. We have the same thing happening today where there are black people in positions of power and positions of influence that have opportunities to shed light on real situations affecting their own people but instead they dismiss them in the pursuit of getting acceptance of white people in positions of power and it needs to be called out.
In the video that would be Candace Owens, Jason Whitlock, Ray Lewis, right?
There’s two people in particular I call out on the record: Jason Whitlock and Ray Lewis. [Lewis] is someone I really idolized as a football player, and, when I heard his comments on Colin Kaepernick, how he should only worry about football, I felt like he was trying to appease the white people at his network as opposed to shedding light on our community. So it’s not to say he is a house nigga, it’s to say that I need you to pick a side and don’t think that these white people love you for having these opinions. If the white people you work with truly care about humanity they will let you say that. You don’t have to throw your community under the bus in order to get cool with another community. If we’re all supposed to be one community it should make a white person sick to their stomach that black people are getting murdered for no reason if we’re really all one race.
“Pick A Side” was a bit of a hometown affair featuring production from Sikwitit and video direction from German Torres, two creatives you’ve worked with for a long time in Dallas. Why was it important to keep it close to home?
It’s important to take care of home first. We have some great content from both of those guys so we wanted to give them the first dibs on creating content for us now that we have this new platform. Sickwitit and I have done a lot of great records together and I think we’ve crafted a song together and I think I’m excited for everybody to experience it for the first time. This one is different because the style of these songs as compared to the other songs are very different. We’re definitely two different people than when we first started. The sound now is a lot more disruptive.
JUNE 12TH, 2018- NEW YORK, NY – Last night , rapper, singer, model, and actor Diggy Simmons attended the “Life Coach” Launch in New York City. The multi-hyphened artist was spotted wearing the iconic illustrations of Keith Haring on a suede jacket from the Coach Spring 2018 Keith Haring collection.
To celebrate today’s opening, the brand hosted an exclusive event last evening. Guests were able to experience each of the interactive rooms, with music sets by DJs Stretch Armstrong, Quest?onmarc and Jubilee, live graffiti by artist WhIsBe and a performance by the BKSteppers. Notable guests in attendance included the brand’s Creative Director Stuart Vevers, CEO & President Joshua Schulman, Tapestry, Inc. CEO Victor Luis, Bria Vinaite, Joan Smalls, Ne-Yo, Sheila E, Jon Batiste, Luke James, Paloma Elsesser, Soo Joo Park, Londone Myers, Diggy Simmons, Cara Santana, Angel & Dren, Kodie Shane and Vanessa Hong.
Located at 107 Grand Street in SoHo, New York, Life Coach opens today through June 17. Admission is free, and guests are invited to book appointments in advance, with walk-ins welcome. Guest fortune-tellers and artists are scheduled to appear throughout the experience’s six-day run, and the brand has partnered with Balamii Radio to curate DJ talent throughout the week as well. Programming during the week will include appearances by Oskar Mann, The Hoodwitch, Venus X, AstroTwins. Visit www.startyourlife.coach for more information, including booking and event schedules.
Coach, the original American house of leather, was founded in 1941 in the heart of Manhattan. Today, it is a leading design house of modern luxury accessories and lifestyle collections, with a long-standing reputation built on quality craftsmanship. Defined by a free-spirited, all-American attitude, the brand approaches design with a modern vision, reimagining luxury for today with an authenticity and innovation that is uniquely Coach. All over the world, the Coach name is synonymous with effortless New York style. Coach products are available in approximately 55 countries through its network of directly operated stores, travel retail shops and sales to wholesale customers and independent third party distributors, as well as through coach.com. Coach is a Tapestry, Inc. brand. Tapestry is publicly listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker TPR.
NEW YORK, June 12, 2018/PRNewswire/ -In honor of the reopening of its location at The Mall of San Juan, H&M is proud to make a $200,000 donation to San Jorge Children’s Foundation.
In anticipation of the June 7th reopening of its location at The Mall of San Juan, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, H&M supported the local community through San Jorge Children’s Foundation. H&M first partnered with nonprofit GLAM4GOOD and donated over 2,000 articles of clothing for a free pop up shop held at San Jorge Children’s Hospital on May 23rd for patients and their families, as well as doctors and nurses of the hospital. Building upon this initial outreach, sale proceeds from both Puerto Rican H&M locations during June 7th -10thwere donated to San Jorge Children’s Foundation, amounting to a donation of $200,000.
“We are so thrilled to help the local community in Puerto Ricowith this donation to San Jorge Children’s Foundation,” said Daniel Kulle, North American President of H&M. “We are also happy to be reopening our first location on the island for our customers and employees.”
H&M opened its first location in Puerto Rico at The Mall of San Juan on June 9th, 2016 and its second location at Plaza del Sol in Bayamón on September 1st of the same year. The company currently employs approximately 50 people on the island of Puerto Rico and is proud to support the local community.
The GLAM4GOOD Foundation is a non-profit organization that creates and celebrates social impact and empowerment through beauty and style. The foundation partners with non-profits, media outlets and fashion and beauty brands to provide life-changing makeovers, clothing giveaways and confidence-bolstering fashion and beauty initiatives for everyday heroes and people in need.
San Jorge Children’s Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the health and welfare of children in Puerto Ricowith the aim to help improve patient’s quality of life. The foundation is committed to providing services for families in need and has a network of more than 1500 active patients.
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About The Mall of San Juanlocation:
H&M, Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) at The Mall of San Juan is located at 1000 The Mall of San Juan Blvd, San Juan, PR 00924. The store can be reached by phone at (855) 466-7467. Store hours will be Monday through Thursday 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m., Friday and Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. and Sunday 11:00 a.m.– 7:00 p.m.
H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB (publ) was founded in Sweden in 1947 and is quoted on Nasdaq Stockholm. H&M’s business idea is to offer fashion and quality at the best price in a sustainable way. In addition to H&M, the group includes the brands COS, Monki, Weekday, Cheap Monday, & Other Stories and H&M Home as well as ARKET. The H&M group has 47 online markets and more than 4,700 stores in 69 markets including franchise markets. In 2017, sales including VAT were SEK 232 billion. The number of employees amounts to more than 171,000. For further information, visit about.hm.com.
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From the Welsh seaside comes a deep detox for beautiful skin – 7th Heaven’s new Black Seaweed Peel Off Mask. This luxurious, mineral-infused skin treatment lifts away soil and grease to leave skin clear, healthy and glowing. The marine mask harnesses the skin-caring qualities of chopped black laver seaweed harvested on the coastline of Wales together with crushed sea buckthorn berries and sea salt.
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About 7th Heaven
7th Heaven is a line of face masks that are effective, inexpensive and loaded with natural ingredients. Known for “wow” fragrances and innovative ingredients, 7th Heaven is a division of Montagne Jeunesse LTD., a UK-based company that has been in business for 30 years, making natural beauty products with a minimum impact on all forms of life. The brand is sold in mass market and grocery outlets throughout the US including Walmart and Ulta Beauty. Products sell for under $3. 7th Heaven is a cruelty free company and member of BUAV/Leaping Bunny and PETA.