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103 Views · 1 year ago

Today we try North Carolinas historic Dames Chicken and Waffles during the Quarantine. Watch this whole video for a surprise at the end.



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Bonelee Grow Fram gives @eatbullcity gives us the low down on their JAM selections

75 Views · 1 year ago

Music video by TV On The Radio performing Young Liars (Live on Letterman). (c) 2011 Interscope

73 Views · 12 months ago

⁣Nike Shoe Art Exhibit | 202DC

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66 Views · 1 year ago

Honey Girl Meadery tells us about her award winning wine.

65 Views · 1 year ago

It’s so easy to fall into a trap and get way too concerned about our weaknesses, versus finding power and prosperity by playing to our strengths. In today’s super-connected digital age, it’s easier than ever to collaborate with others so you can play to your true strengths.

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61 Views · 1 year ago

Music video by TV On The Radio performing Wolf Like Me (Live on Letterman). (c) 2011 Interscope

60 Views · 1 year ago

To celebrate 15 years of Hard Knock TV, we are uploading the full version of some of our favorite interviews over the years. In honor of Pharrell's birthday we had to dig into the Hard Knock TV vaults for one of our favorite interviews with Pharrell. Nick Huff Barili of Hard Knock TV, in collaboration The GRAMMYs sits down with Producer of the Year Pharrell Williams for in-depth interview. Pharrell recalls how Sugarhill Gang, Afrika Bambaataa's Planet Rock and Nile Rodgers all played into his early music memories. Pharrell explains how he's always felt a "little left of center". He adds that "I think music helped me and other people make sense of it. You are only crazy when there is nothing to go along with it...When you have these eccentric characteristics, its more accepted and understood when there is some sort of skill-set attached to it...For example Jay Z mumbles when he writes his songs, he mumbles for 10-15 minutes, then he comes back with like 16 bars of one of the most comprehensive verses you have heard in a long time. He does it every time. But again, there is some sort of skill-set to accompany his madness...Music was my inner sanctum, that's where I found my peace." As the interview continues Nick ask's Pharrell about his creative process when he goes in the studio with an artist and what his thought process was going into the making of Blurred Lines. "I didn't go into it with anything. I actually went into it with no expectation," he said. "And if anything I just went looking for fun. And looking for something that felt festive. And felt like it would lift people. So, I just went looking for that. You can't get into a scenario looking for something that's big or it's going to sound that way. I'm just happy that the universe rewarded us...And again you can't take authorship for the success of anything. You really can't. The success is determined by the people." Pharrell proceeds to tell us how Lorde, Kendrick Lamar and Ed Sheeran are changing the game by making meaningful music and letting the people speak for them instead of record labels executives. "The people make the decisions here," Pharrell said. "In fact, everything that goes on on this planet is made by the decision of the human being. Thank God like a lot of new musicians are realizing, you know, that's when you can sort of effectuate change. That's why we're seeing so much great music come out. Cause these kids are like 'You know what? I'm not waiting on a record label. I'm not waiting on a radio station. I'm gonna put my music up and out to the world. And if it's meaningful to people then it will catch fire.' And in a lot of cases we've seen it. You've seen it everywhere from the likes of the Kendrick Lamars to Lorde. Two of my favorite artists at the moment. They just didn't care. Put a song up on Soundcloud, shot a video. It's like 'Okay, I may sign with you guys or not.' And I love that. Because she's 16-years-old. So, she to me is like a shining example of where we're headed."
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57 Views · 12 months ago

⁣Monts Back Yard BBQ | The Girl Master |

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54 Views · 1 year ago

View and Tour Durham, NC !

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54 Views · 1 year ago

n our second episode of SelectConversations, we’re honored to welcome Russ into a fireside chat with our very own, Steve Stoute. In this episode Russ and Steve Stoute cover a range of topics including Russ’s most valuable lessons learned in the music business, how to take control of your creative vision, how to be independent, owning your brand and likeness, balancing business & creative pursuits, and more.

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49 Views · 1 year ago

The music industry is filled with incredible creativity that plays a major role in defining culture. On the other hand, the music industry can be very exploitative, leaving artists in debt instead of giving them the ownership of their creations. Pharrell’s been in the game for a minute, and is well aware of the traps you need to watch out for and avoid so you can thrive in the music business.

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Presented by @ally #doitright

45 Views · 1 year ago

TV On The Radio - Wolf Like Me ( Live on Letterman ) HD & in sync

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44 Views · 1 year ago

When you think about what makes Durham a unique destination, a lot comes to mind – great events; a celebrated food scene; a welcoming community. But one of Durham’s special selling points is its personality – that energy that you only catch by being here.

Video by KidEthnic/Sound by Pierce Freelon and Alan Thompson.

43 Views · 1 year ago

Prince, Tom Petty, Steve Winwood, Jeff Lynne and others perform "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" at the 2004 Hall of Fame Inductions.

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43 Views · 1 year ago

Music video by TV On The Radio performing Will Do. (C) 2011 Interscope Records

43 Views · 1 year ago

During UnitedMasters SelectCon, Steve Stoute and Swizz Beatz sat down to discuss Ownership, Entrepreneurship, Publishing Checks, Art and Launching New Ventures Course at Harvard. [FULL INTERVIEW]

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42 Views · 1 year ago

Raleigh VS Durham! Today we are comparing the Triangle's two biggest cities, Raleigh and Durham. We are comparing schools, taxes, employment, sports, entertainment, parks and greenways and crime! Don't miss this great overview of these popular cities! If you're thinking of moving to raleigh or moving to durham, this is great video to watch!

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