Meet R.LUM.R, the R&B singer whose serendipitous journey began with guitar lessons in high school and has since led him to over 15 million streams on Spotify. As he puts it, “If you work really hard and if you’re lucky, you can break through.”
“I always knew I wanted to entertain in some type of way, and rap is what really stuck with me.” For Kodie Shane, she believes her career chose her and in the latest issue of EIGHTY-NINE, the Atlanta Rapper talks fame, style and the importance of being relatable.
It’s well known Bob Marley loved football, most don’t know just how big of a fan he was and how well he played. We share a few insights and rarely seen photos of Marley’s love of the ‘Beautiful Game.’
Photographer Toby McFarlan Pond shares shots of traditional British food.
With a resume that includes regular work with Vogue, GQ, and interviews with Kanye West, Bjork, Peter Lindbergh, Kate Moss, and Juergen Teller, 27-year-old journalist Lou Stoppard shares how she’s making it.
Australian psych-rock band Pond has been making music together for nine years—the secret to their success? “We really enjoy each other’s company and creativity. We help each other break down preconceptions about what sounds good.”
With hard work and a sharp eye, Ramsell Martinez has built a career styling hair that’s artfully messy and gorgeously “real” for dozens of fashion campaigns and high-end editorials.
“Tour in a big bus, play Madison Square Garden… and go triple platinum! Then we can finally make one of those docudramas about fighting and throwing things at each other.” L.A.-based rock band Starcrawler has big dreams for the future.
When Genieve Figgis joined Twitter from her home in Ireland in 2010, she could not have known how dramatically it would change her career trajectory. Unwittingly, she followed a New York artist by the name of Richard Prince. “I was only new to Twitter. I wasn’t sure what I was going to use it for,” Figgis recalls. “No idea who my audience […]
Multi-instrumentalist and composer Terrace Marin talks growing up in Los Angeles in the ‘90s to making his way as one of today’s most relevant producers—you know, the one behind Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly and DAMN?