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SZA at Howard Homecoming 2014

Photographed by Jordan Shanks 

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The Palisades (feat. Christian Rich) - Childish Gambino

Now why can’t everyday be like this, smoke a J at the beach like this

Hang with bae at the beach like this, conversations with Kish like this

Never thought it could be like this, be the man like I am like this

Dance around shake your hips like this, mess around make a hit like this

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SCRAPBOOK: JUNGLEPUSSY FLIPS THROUGH HER OLD PHOTO ALBUMS

Few rappers in the underground scene have an image and philosophy as unique as Junglepussy, the Brooklyn-born, West Indian “life artist” who recently released her debut album Satisfaction Guaranteed. When we met with her at a coffee shop in the West Village, she arrives 6-feet-tall, and rocking bleached-blond dreadlocks, similar to those she wore while walking for DKNY during this past New York Fashion Week. With a Jamaican father and Trinidadian mother, there is something overtly Caribbean about Junglepussy, who admits that her parents’ cultures were so heavily engrained in her lifestyle that she did not have an “American breakfast” until her high school prom, where she had pancakes for the first time.

She carries herself with tact, and a rare balance of confidence and modesty. She’s often dressed in tasteful duds. It takes only a few minutes of her charming and oftentimes hysterical personality to understand how she achieved a massive internet following even before putting out any music.

Always one to experiment with imagery and visuals, Junglepussy was a perfect candidate for Noisey’s Scrapbook series, where we ask artists to pick pictures of their younger selves, as well as the music they were listening to at the time. We even got to nab a few videos that the rising star has had locked on private for years, which were filmed back when she was better known as Shayna McHayle.

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pinkvelourtracksuit:

even when u niggas sleep on me, i’m woke on my own self. i know how great i am. i know i’m a gem. 

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I Can Do All These Things: An Interview With FKA Twigs

On not listening to what anyone else has to say and doing whatever the hell you want to do!

Interview by Julianne, collages by FKA twigs.

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