BY Eileen Milman in Music Stuff on Jun 24, 2011 |
Last week, we had Youtube sensation and rising pop star Kreayshawn at the BUST offices for an interview for the upcoming issue October/November issue! Just over a month ago the 21 year old Oakland based rapper posted the video for her "Gucci Gucci" song on Youtube, and since then her video has had more the three million views. Boom!
Folks at her record label have already started to call her "Swag Spice", which seems like the best way to describe this ghetto-fresh ... Read More
BY Erina Davidson in Feminizzle on Jun 24, 2011 |
Reader Discretion Is Advised: This is a post about Odd Future
Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All AKA Odd Future is all over the blogosphere, particularly due to its unpopularity with the feminist crowd. If you’re not familiar with the blog beef, here’s a brief list of reasons why some people are really not into Odd Future and its leader ‘Tyler, the Creator’:1.) Lyrics include: “I tell her it's my house, give her a tour/In my ... Read More
From art to photography, this fellow Kristina with a K, of KrisAtomic, is one talented lady! Her prints are beyond adorable and the only reason I've never bought one is because I can never decide on just one. Check out some of her awesome prints and paintings to buy here in her online shop. I think my favorites at the moment are the Miu Miu shoe and Catgirl Painting. Her blog itself is full of gorgeous photographs, clothing ... Read More
BY Erina Davidson in General on Jun 24, 2011 |
Months after the most powerful known earthquake to hit Japan, the country continues to suffer. Tourism in Japan is taking a hard hit. Asahi TV reports about a 50.3% decrease in the number of foreign tourists visiting Japan in March, most likely affected by the public’s fear of health hazards post-crisis.So when I heard that the Mother Monster was in Tokyo, promoting tourism and performing at a charity concert, one thought came to mind: her monster ... Read More
BY Ariana Anderson in Feminizzle on Jun 23, 2011 |
There are many euphemisms for the vagina, as The Vagina Song lists so nicely, but Summer’s Eve’s latest advertising ploy insists that we not only embrace the word, but use it as a synonym for awesome.
Carlton, a cat puppet in a tux, is supposed to represent a powerful businessman on a private jet, who insists that vaginas are “the most astonishing natural wonder of all time.” The press release states an admirable goal for the video: ... Read More