I’m excited to announce the launch of a new feature on .stART here. called Thursday Three (inspired by Very Short List) where different curators will share three things they are stoked on. First up is friend and former colleague, Sooji Kim. Check out what she thinks is popping this week!
It’s said that Shakespeare is the quintessential wordsmith because of his use of over 28,000 words across his entire work. Based on this, Matt Daniels decided to take a look at the first 35,000 lyrics of rappers (both new & old) to figure out who has the largest vocabulary. The result? Wu-Tang Clan ain’t nothin’ to fuck with.
Brandon Staton, the human behind Humans of New York, was invited to this year’s Met Gala. He used his popular Humans of New York approach to photograph celebrities like John Legend, Neil Patrick Harris & Anna Kendrick at one of fashion’s biggest nights, and it’s all just so lovely.
Musician & producer Boots, known for his work on Beyoncé‘s self-titled album that broke the internet last year, released his debut mixtape WinterSpringSummerFall on Buzzfeed. You need to immediately start listening to the album in its entirety. Like right now!
Sooji Kim works in marketing for children’s books in NYC. She’s a sensitive TV junkie obsessed with unicorns, dinos, and hip hop!