Yasss. It’s Victor -Vic- Crezée.
Also known as Lil’ Vic, Vic ‘Cray’ Zée, White Boy Wasted or even Haring Arie, a nickname Vic claimed for himself referring to a notorious Dutch criminal with a golden heart who lived during the roaring sixties in Amsterdam.
Vic is a DJ, hailing from Amsterdam who likes to refer himself as, and I quote; “That disease who plays at your little party.”
Yeah…he comes along with plenty of confidence that boy.
Not familiar with ‘The Mayor of Leidseplein, Entertainment Area’?
Let me be so kind to spill some beans about one of my favorite DJ’s. (don’t be jealous now)
Wishing all my readers in the world a lovely Easter Monday!!
You know I tend to keep some Polaroids off the radar from time to time right?
Well, since it’s Easter and all, I’d thought it might be the perfect occasion to dust off these never before seen Polaroid shots from Jessie Ware & A$AP Rocky and share them with you guys. (a digital gift, from me to you ;)
An unlikely pair for some, however, matching up those two Polaroids shouldn’t really come as a surprise, especially since both artist officially teamed up on Jessie Ware’s ‘Wildest Moments’ remix for the US release of her ‘Devotion’album.
Listen to the remix here
(and enjoy your days off!)
I’ve been rather quiet during March on here. There is a lot of change coming up for APS but don’t worry, it’s only for the good.
I’m preparing the APS festival season, a new website launch late 2013 and I’m working on getting money together to tour with the APS EXPO. This is a solo dolo project, so it takes time…
You can expect some brand new stories very soon. Don’t forget this month one story will be exclusively released in The Word Magazine first, and online later, so stay frosty for it, caus it’s a good one! ;)
Yeah… I know, I know.
I was bummed myself, but clearly as you all can see a Rihanna Polaroid was not meant to be.
So no long intricate introductions on Rihanna and her musical repertoire but straight to the story it is.
Meet Miguel Jontel Pimentel also know as MIGUEL singer, songwriter , producer and the new prince of alternative R&B.
Did I mention Grammy Award winner? Yes. Miguel recently won a Grammy award for best R& B song and I predict this is just the beginning of an award stacking future.
I’m super stoked and extremely proud to have this artist (that way too many people are still sleeping on) featured on the blog.
Your eyes ain’t lying.
That hottie on those black & white Polaroids is indeed none other than Ciara Princess Harris, also known as CIARA aka ‘The First Lady Of Crunk’.
She is that type of artist you’ll probably never see in real life, never see in the flesh, never see in front of you.
It’s like Tom Cruise or Will Smith. Or Oprah for that matter. Or one of those Victoria Secret models. You look at them on a screen, and it’s almost as if they are not real, like they don’t really exist because you will probably never ever meet them in your lifetime.
Well. I was lucky enough to meet Ciara and have her as my first A Polaroid Story feature for 2013….
Time to do my A POLAROID STORY 2012 RECAP before it’s too late right?
Ow it’s already to damn late?
Oh well… my bad! :)
Let’s go back in time and see what happened in 2012 for this little blog.
Yup, that is indeed Ahmir Khalib Thompson staring slighty reluctant in my Polaroid lens, but more about that later.
It’s that time of the year again where we stand still with the things we have done and experienced the past year.
It’s also the time of the year where sweet carols and heartwarming stories are highly welcomed to enhance that fuzzy atmosphere the holidays evoke.
The question if I like Christmas is one I rather leave open for debate, but that doesn’t mean I can’t play along.
The (Polaroid) show must go on right?
Meet Cata.Pirata, visual artist and frontlady from SKIP & DIE a new afrofuturistic-tropibass band on the block ready to give bands like The Antwoord a run for their money.
Am I speaking in tongues? My bad. Let me be so kind to introduce you to Catarina Aimée Dahms, a very interesting lady hailing from South Africa who ended up in all the way in Amsterdam and teamed up with a Dutch producer called Jori Collignon to start SKIP & DIE.