Porsha Williams & Fiancé Dennis McKinley Celebrate Birth Of Baby Girl

Throughout her pregnancy, Porsha Williams has only referred to her baby-to-be as “PJ,” leaving fans in suspense as to what her first born’s name would be, but today everyone found out when the 37-year-old gave birth to her daughter Pilar Jhena after undergoing a C-section. Porsha looked beautiful as she was glammed up for PJ’s arrival.

According to People, the Real Housewives of Atlanta star’s little girl came in weighing 6 lbs., 15 oz., and measuring 20 inches long. “What a time to be alive! Porsha and I are so happy and blessed to announce the arrival of our daughter, Baby PJ,” Willams and fiancé Dennis McKinley said in a joint statement. “We couldn’t have imagined a more magical moment! Can’t thank everyone enough for joining us on this journey. It’s been a fantastic journey.” Continue reading

Pets Playground apartment in Hong Kong is designed for couple, a parrot and a cat

Pets Playground apartment in Hong Kong by Sim-Plex Design Studio

Sim-Plex Design Studio has created an apartment in Hong Kong for a couple that lives with their parrot, an elderly parent and her pet cat.

Located in Yuen Long, Hong Kong, the 42-square-metre Pets Playground apartment belongs to a young couple, Ken and Teri, who own a parrot. The apartment is shared with Teri’s mother, who owns a pet cat.

Hong Kong-based Sim-Plex Design Studio designed the apartment so that the couple, mother and pets could all enjoy both private and communal spaces, while preventing direct contact between the parrot and the cat. Continue reading

Vic Mensa Taps Into His African Roots For “Metaphysical”

Last year, Chicago rapper Vic Mensa dropped his single “Metaphysical,” a track that infused R&B with African beats and vocalizations. Mensa stays with that same energy for the visual, creating a noir aesthetic that features only himself and a handful of black women with indigenous face paintings and goddess-like headpieces. The song itself is about being connected to someone in ways that are impossible to express with words—a feeling that’s almost primal.

With this project, Mensa tapped into his African heritage, including partnering with artist Bianca Pastel for the creation of the single’s original artwork which was a nod to Fela Kuti’s Expensive S**t. “This is a song about desire,” Mensa wrote in a press release. “Admiration. Respect. Uncertainty. Surrender. Musically it’s African, tribal. My father is Ghanian so I’ve wanted to take it there for a long time. I got Stefan Ponce who did ‘Down On My Luck’ for me & Papi Beatz and just spoke my truth into song.” Continue reading