The Superbowl is approaching fast. What does that mean? Millions of advertising dollars will be spent by big name companies looking to monetize off there being so many eyes watching big screen TVs during the game. This is where advertising agencies really make their money from vendors like Doritos to, M&M's, to the Coca-Cola and Budweiser. Last year Sports Illustrated reported that companies on average spent $5 Million in advertising dollars toward a 30-second placement during the SuperBowl. With over 100 million estimated viewers it's no doubt that this is a good investment to get the most impressions. We'll get to that word later.
The Mingo Trail is comprised of two segments that run through Tulsa. It's on this trail that you'll see real nature. The trees vast and tall run along the trail. The wild life birds, squirrels, and pitbulls that have gotten loose. And then theirs the junkiez. Their trails of of broken glass bottles and syringes litter the ground as they lay unresponsive from their last fix. It's best to just not fuck with them. Adam The God is doing just this with the release of his latest video "I Can't FW Junkiez".
I know what your thinking. This is one of those crazy posts. Your partially right. But this is more of a warning to those that make crazy posts, to be cautious and to remember that the internet doesn't give out passes for real life. But also it's true, don't let social media get you fucked up. And to help you I've created a guideline to help you not get fucked up from social media.
Travis Scott's AstroWorld Tour "Wish You Were Here Tour 2" will be in Tulsa on Feb. 8th. That's right Tulsa, Oklahoma will have a rap artist who is Grammy nominated headlining the BOK Center. For the many hip-hop lovers this is a dream come true. A dream that wouldn't have happened 5 years ago. Because at that time it was perceived that there wasn't a "Hip-Hop" audience here. Especially with artists like Taylor Swift and Lady Gaga selling out the BOK Center each time they stopped by. But what the BOK and other venues that were not in-tuned with the scene there was a storm brewing and it's name was Hip-Hop.
2018 was a crazy year! So much music was dropped. I bet you don't remember that Drake's "God's Plan" was released this year. Or that J. Cole dropped KOD. Nas even dropped an album this year using Kanye's 7-song album format. Newcomers like Lil Baby dropped their first album. While artists like Lil Yachty set out to prove that there's no such think as a Sophore slump. Migos setout to prove that they can still make hits. We remembered Mac Miller and XXXtentacion who both dropped projects that are helping to keep their memories alive. What a year for music!