“You got the swag sauce, you dripping swaggoo, oh”

Because I love music and music videos so much I decided to create a regular “Video of the week” type blog post to feature on my bloggy blog! There will be more types of blogs like this to come so whilst I’m concentrating on writing longer posts  I can always put out quick ones about my music tastes, interests, quotes of the week, photos etc.

I decided on doing a music video of the week blog first as I am a music fiend. Also with being the visual person that I am I get alot of my inspiration from popular culture, music videos, lyrics, photography and the like. So here’s goes, my Music Video pick of the Week is:

Beyoncé – Party ft. J. Cole

I like the music video and song because for me it’s a real summer song! BBQ’s, Caravans, Parties… The music video reminds me of the ideal Kiwi summer which is fast approaching. My jandals are now sock free with this glorious weather we’ve been having lately, we’re getting more hours of daylight to actually do stuff now it’s great and I can finally get a tan on my feet!

So do you like the music video? Are you feeling this song? And before i forget, can anyone explain what Swaggoo is?

Fresh Gallery Otara is proud to present…

Pecha Kucha logo

This will be Fresh Gallery Otara‘s first outdoor Pecha Kucha so bring a jacket, in case it rains there will be an inside option but regardless Pecha Kucha will happen.

Pecha Kucha – which originated in Tokyo – is a unique, rapid-fire format in which each speaker shows 20 images, each for 20 seconds. With each presentation lasting just 6 minutes and 40 seconds, the audience experiences an exhilarating variety of ideas and projects. Pecha Kucha is fun, fast, information. It’s a mix of the old-fashioned slide show and public lecture – a great chance to interact with the local community, meet new people.
Pecha Kucha has spread virally to over 400 cities worldwide. The Southside editions of Pecha Kucha Nights are always very special in their regard for showcasing the ‘soul of the community’. So, be inspired and informed by creative people with a Manukau connection.You’ll hear from artists, architects, scientists, musicians and more. Read more »




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