FRANK friend and eyes behind FER SHER, Sagan Lockhart, is delivering us a much-needed weekly column chronicling his experiences around his hometown—and second home to FRANK—Los Angeles.
Art…ask me why? Because it’s Thursday evening! I’ve been walking around Downtown NYC, hitting up art openings, for 18 years. Check out the adventures with our artist friends as we hip-hop throughout the art world.
Tupac Shakur’s life has been celebrated in a plethora of publications, albums, countless forms of art—hologram form—and now, Broadway.
A begotten son of the City of Angels, the doctor isn’t some sort of newcomer to the LA hip-hop scene.
With so many Beatles cover songs out there, it's hard to separate the wheat from the chaff, but when it comes to B.B. Seaton, you don't have much to worry about. He's got covers covered more than cover covers.
Upon listening to the Birmingham quartet, you’ll recognize their sound is a bit throwback; it sounds like a concoction made up of the Native Tongues and a pinch of production influenced by J Dilla and Q-Tip.
Here is "Killa Cotton Cam," a Cam'ron butter cookie with cherry and rose flavored cotton candy.
This 92-page book is filled with photos of tagged doors from around the city and is the perfect coffee table addition for all of you graf nuts out there.