Peter Bailey debuts the new season of his critically-acclaimed docu-series with B.o.B inside Circle House Studios discussing Underground Luxury, twerking, breaking down artistic barriers and hip hop's fascination with strippers
No they did NOT just say that rock music was "just as misogynistic" as rap. Are you always this stupid or making a special effort today? How is "hanging out... down the street..." even remotely close to the recurring theme of "Fuck Bitches, Get Money" in your shit music.
Stop the nonsense.
Love the video Peter Bailey and the crew, great interview, real inspirational from both sidesJC7113
We Need your ROCK ALBUM dawgMountaga Sylla
It's about having a proven business model. Record companies hear what's on the radio, what's selling, so they duplicate it over & over & over. They are simply giving the market what it wants. For artists music is about art, expression, emotions but for most record companies it's about making money. Business=profit.Roland Williams
I don't think it has to do with race. The big difference between a victoria's secret model and a video vixen is exclusivity. It's special to be a VS model because there are only a few spots, it's limited. Any woman with a big ass can be a video vixen. Any time something is rare, it's seen as valuable. Think about diamonds, fossils, bugattis...Roland Williams
Award-winning and media entrepreneur takes his critically-acclaimed NiteCap series back to his native US Virgin Islands for the third time. This time he features local boxer and celebrity chef Julius Jackson alongside high school students throughout the territory.
Peter Bailey debuts the first episode of his interactive new series sharing the real life stories of America's most promising young entrepreneurs of color in an entertaining format integrating theatrical and musical performances. Up first Brian Brackeen, whose facial recognition company earned him recognition as "tech entrepreneur of the year" by Black Enterprise magazine shares his provocative story.
Award-winning Author Peter Bailey takes viewers on a journey to the past in re-telling the story of how he was inspired to create his new series "NiteCap Next" focused on empowering entrepreneurs of color.
Peter Bailey holds a round-table discussion with some of America's most successful black CEOs in which they discussed the challenges young entrepreneurs face. Global Automotive Alliance Chairman Dr. William Pickard, Angel Investor James Kelley & Christine Franklin, President of Cherokee Enterprises, Inc offer their entrepreneurial advice in this riveting sit-down