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Monday, June 28, 2010

Celebs Ramajay With Ramajay Mas!

The things that show up in my facebook news feed!

And I quote:
When "A" Class Celebs want costumes at their special events who u think they call "Ramajay"......Jay Z,Beyonce, Mary J., Lebron James,Gayle king and a many others where there to view the beauty of Ramajay.

Mary J Blige seems to be loving that costume!

Nas is that you?



PHOTO SOURCE:
Akin Ross

My Interview With Outlish Magazine

When Outlish Magazine (a relatively new online based magazine) first approached me about doing an interview for their website I was flattered that they even found my blog interesting enough to be featured. Then when I finally got the list of questions for the interview it took me a week to answer them all as candidly as I could, but the most intimidating part of it all was that they wanted a photograph to accompany the article! How does one photograph someone who does not want to be identified?

In the end Mark Lyndersay of Lyndersay Digital did a pretty good job of photographing me "anonymously". Yes that IS me and I really was in the middle of a BBM (blackberry messenger) conversation with Carnival Jumbie during the photoshoot, hilarious!

Read the  interview, part of Outlish's Carnival on the Net  which also includes a feature of Synergy Soca Star winner Chynee , HERE.


About Outlish Magazine:

Outlish is an online magazine targeting young Trinidadians that was launched on April 12th, 2010.

Instead of getting caught up with what’s ‘in’, wouldn’t it be more fun to find out what’s ‘out there’? Updated every Monday, Outlish Magazine showcases young, innovative Trinbagonians –from all walks of life – who are ‘out there’ living their dreams. Targeting the 18 to 40 year old demographic, we’re here to inform, inspire, and empower our readers.

THE OUTS OF OUTLISH

OUTSPOKEN
We speak our mind. Full stop. From inspiring interviews to discussions on entrepreneurship, personal finance, lifestyle, relationships, culture, social issues, and current events, Outlish covers it all. Outlish is a forum for expression, and we rely on our readers to help guide the conversation. Get fresh perspectives on issues relevant to young Trinis, at home and abroad.

OUTGOING
People and ideas – that’s our obsession. Tap into their energy, thoughts and ideas, and celebrate their entrepreneurial, adventurous spirit. There are so many talented Trinis out there, dreaming, doing, and achieving. Real people doing real things are worthy of our attention. Outlish is the place to hear their stories, and viewpoints, and journey with them.

OUTSTANDING
We feature young, innovative Trinis… people doing big things, new things, exciting things. We celebrate individuality, and encourage readers to dream big, and create their own path in life. Our mission is to inform, inspire, and empower young adults by providing stimulating and entertaining content that relates to their aspirations, values and needs. Need we say more?
Not just a magazine. Outlish is a movement.

THE TEAM
Karel Mc Intosh - Founder and Editor-in-Chief
Quilin Achat - Assistant Editor
Mark Lyndersay - Chief Photographer
Ndelamiko Lord - Webmaster



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