With Cudi and Chance @ Sob’s….
I really want to write a column once a month…just something or someplace where I can talk about some of the things that go on in the “music industry”or in the life of a working woman on a regular basis.
I feel like life and success are a constant struggle and no one really wants to talk about the hardships. In this digital age where people can hide or boast behind their instagram accounts and twitter accounts and pinterest and vine and tumblr and everything else out there, no one really knows about the struggles…everyone just sees a glimpse of the glamour … an inaccurate reflection of how things really are.
I have people from all walks of life, university/college graduates e-mailing me or tweeting me or messaging me asking to work for me or intern or “be like me” and I really just want to express myself sometimes and talk about the reality of the life in the music business. It’s not all play, it’s not all fun, and it’s not all happiness.
And sometimes it is… and I want to talk about it…
Haven’t quite decided how I’m going to do it yet, but I’m thinking about it….
Thank you Scion Magazine.
@fredosantana300 x @ravieB x #iLuvLola
Me and @wakaflockabsm kicking it after a great show in Toronto! #BSM
Happy birthday Flacko….xoxo
Drizzy loves lola too.
Waka Flocka Flame x Lola F Flame grillin!!! lol.
Me and 2Chainz at OVO 2012
MEEK MILL FT. DRAKE & JEREMIH - AMEN
My little cameo in Massari’s “Brand New Day” video coming sooon!!!
Words by Danica Samuel | Artwork by MadeByIldi
The dynamic Duo Beck Motley and Bon Voyage, better known by their stage name The Airplane Boys are the reflection of all amazing multiculturalism and exceptional talents that Toronto overflows with. More important than their music, is their 12 year long friendship stemmed from childhood that is shown through each performance and felt on every tape. Under Stampede Management, The Airplane Boys have exploded into the music industry, having performed at several notable events such as this year’s Coachella Festival, SXSW and touring with the likes of Snoop Dogg and J.Cole.
“We’ve been best friends for so long and because of that we were able to overcome so many obstacles together,” the guys shared with us. “We’ve grown to become brothers and our friendship comes before music. The music’s just a big part of our identity to the world.” What started as a joke between friends, reached higher heights. The name ‘Airplane Boys’ eventually gained more depth especially due to the fact that their fathers were former pilots and aircraft engineers. Most importantly the two feel that they “build and pilot their own dream and want more than anything to travel and see the world, hence [the name] The Airplane Boys.”