When it comes to throwing an event, whether it’s in Norfolk, Hampton, or anywhere else, it’s a certain recipe you must have. Good vibes, good people, and good music. ‘The Family’, a tight-knit group of 13 that consists of Andre Joyner, Brandon Joyner, Corey Joyner, Rayshad Johnson, Skeez Whitley, Re’cco Jarvis, Drew Walton, Darren Wimbush, […]
Episode 048 of The Perfect Play Podcast is sponsored by Kung Fu Tea Henrico Huey & Von sit down with GUWAC to discuss coming up in New York City, living off the sole-income of his art, his early days interning at Crooks&Castles, working with DaBaby and being Juice WRLD’s Creative Director. Check out the full […]
Episode 046 of The Perfect Play Podcast is sponsored by Ginger Hales Lemonade. Huey & Von sit down with Zaytheruler to discuss designing the N.E.R.D/Adidas collaboration that never happened, the difference between creating art and graphic designing, his teachers attempting to stifle his creativity as an adolescent, designing for clothing brand Almght, launching his DJ […]
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In Episode 033, Shawn Owens sits down with us to discuss becoming a sponsored skateboarder at age 14, receiving a Nike sponsorship, being an African American skateboarder in the early ’90s compared to now, his skate/lifestyle brand ‘Sloppy Dayz’ and much more.
In Episode 032, Aminah Mckenzie touches on the importance of location scouting for photoshoots, her revered “GIRLS” photoshoot, experiencing Teen Vogue headquarters, accidentally dropping her camera in a lake the day of her first major interview and much more.
In Episode 031 of The Perfect Play podcast, The Felipe Brothers speak on the inception of their production company, the untimely passing of their oldest brother Reggie Felipe, why they don’t feel the need for expensive equipment to be a talented photographer or videographer, their next big projects, and much more.
In episode 026 of our podcast we sit down with Wig Seamstress Sheree. Hailing from Virginia Beach, Virginia she discusses the influence of her mother being a beautician, going to Virginia State University, being a black female business owner, creating her own style for specific wigs and how she plans to push boundaries on hair […]
In Episode 025, Trey Hill speaks on his catholic school upbringing, his introduction to skateboarding, how he feels having a structured childhood foundation played a huge part when he was falsely accused of grand larceny, how he began working at skate supply, running his own skate shop Surplus and how he plans to continue to […]
In Episode 024, Vonsensei speaks on how he went from being an outcast in high school to becoming a notable musician amongst Norfolk States students, How making music all stemmed from his first love of writing poetry, How his standout song ‘Henny’ reached unexpectedly reached a million plays and how he plans to create a […]