So you wanna rock a tie, but you don’t wanna rock a tie. Well then it sounds like what you need is a pocket square Playboy! The pocket square is the staple of every man’s wardrobe that will NEVER go out of style. Sure right now it is enjoying a comeback of sorts for the masses. But real men understand the pocket square never went anywhere.
See the pocket square can add a little color to any suit or blazer, serving the same purpose as a tie. However, unlike a tie, the pocket square won’t have you feeling all boxed up. Your collar can still be unbuttoned, but with the help of your trusty pocket square you will still be ten steps ahead of the average. And Moguls, we are not average.
Do yourself a solid a cop a pocket square this fall.
Well the album is out there, and by now many people have placed their opinion. Is Drake’s Take Care a winner? Drake hopes so, and wants to sell a million copies of it his first week.
“That’s the golden number for anyone,” Drake said when asked if a million copies in his first week is what he is shooting for. “I doubt that’ll happen. That’s some Lil Wayne, Eminem iconic sh*t. I don’t know if I’m there yet. Whoever goes out and buys it, I’m happy. I’d rather have great reviews than numbers. I’d rather walk out of my house and hear seven cars playing it than hear that I did 900,000.”
What do you think Moguls? Is Take Care good enough to push 1 million copies in the first week?
Bounce TV is coming September 26th to a local channel near you. What is so good about Bounce TV you ask? Well it is the first over-the-air Black network. We have other channels catered to African-Americans, but none of them are free. And for the love of JJ Evans, I hope this network is the real deal and not some slapstick after school special.
Most likely I won’t have anything to worry about judging by it’s opening week line-up; A Raisin In The Sun, School Daze and The Wiz.
Beau Pillet says the station will feature hundreds of movies, shows, documentaries and inspirational faith-based programs.
“Along with a lot of sports, like the CIAA, the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association, which is the oldest black athletic league in the nation,” Pillet said.
The network was founded by a group, including U.N. Ambassador Andrew Young and Martin Luther King III.
“I mean, it’s a unique network for the entire nation. It’s the first ever over the air broadcast television network programmed for African American audiences,” Pillet said.
As of now Bounce TV will be available in these markets.