Mr. Composition, Kinyo, Suave Dosto, and Abra at HWC 2018

This year's HWC has just released lineup art.

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Watch This Vlog Following Rapper Mr. Composition, The June Episode

      Dab Troll Creations, has released the June episode of "The Composition." The vlog webshow that is created by Mr. Composition with regular appearances and camera duty done by Kinyo. You can watch it on all of the Dab Troll Creation outlets.


Love at First Taste Drop is Just around the Corner

Danielle Victoria and her Mom Jeanne Johnson have put together a show that blends a "Cooking Show" with a "Dating Show". Love at First Taste is getting to drop on TAAN TV in the coming months. The first episode trailer is already out.

Earlier this season filming finished at the TAAN House. 

The Premise of the show is simple. One lucky "dater" has to select a potential sutor, the catch is the never get to meet. The "dater" has to pick who they want after tasting a dish prepared by both contestants.


OTT from Vimeo or the Alternative Unscreen, Project Forward Contemplates the Shift. From Kinyo.

Project Forward is considering moving to Unscreen, a video streaming platform that might be better suited to growth. Currently Project Forward uses to power it's the streaming aspect of its platform. The service has shown a lot of promise, even before it's acquisition by vimeo.

With the growth of subscribers on the platform in mind, a platform that leaves more money in the hands of creators might be the right move.

The streaming aspect of Project Forward has struggle to grow, of course as the founder I am sure that if we continue a strategy of providing value to the community we are building a solid foundation for creating and acquiring the type of media that will enrich to lifestyles of the audience we are nurturing.

Project Forward also partners with companies like Bravo Pay ( to provide member rewards.

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Aminah Dece continues to Build Progres Studios with annual Social Soulstice at the Moade Center

Art is a powerful language. In San Antonio "art" is a word that is whispered, and yet it also seems to be the chosen hoppy of a number of the cities citizens. to Aminah "art" is also a word that can change the lives it enters into, especially at a young age.

Social Soulstice is being held on November 17th, 2018.

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Luminaria Arts Festival 2018 has Local Rapper's Mind Buzzing, Word from Mr. Compositon

This year San Antonio's art festival Luminaria is going to be joined by Mr. Composition, (@graffitithemindson on instagram) local rapper, who plans to weave poetry and Hip Hop into a weapon for storytelling.

When asked Mr. Composition had this answer.

What are you looking forward to the most? "The fact that this is going be the largest crowd that I've performed in front of and it's in my Home Town." - Mr. Composition.

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Weston L Collins Delivered the "Reality of Fiction" to Texas A&M Students

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Weston L. Collins, the author of "Deorum God's Among Us", delivered a one hour talk on using real-life experiences as a gateway to creativity. It was an expansion of the popular concept "write what you know".

The video is embedded below.

Collins works on building his portfolio by focusing on the act of creation, which centers primarily around writing. He has also started working on a podcast on "Pretendaphiles".


Shane Dawson's Documentary ends WITHOUT a Splash

We reported hopefully on the beginning of the documentary series focusing on Jake Paul. Shane Dawson entered into uncharted territory. For a team of indie producers, the series was quite a feat. Unfortunately, it seems the MO for entering into uncharted territories is playing in shallow waters. 

The series ended and revealed itself to be exactly what it looked like. A thin narrative, a handful of conversations, some really great editing.

There isn't much more to be said about this. So if you want to go check it out, then do it. Leave your opinion in the comments.


What Youtube Going Down Means. From Kinyo

Youtube going down was proof that the establishment is not invincible. This is the time, go out and attack while the structure is weak. This is a call for a revolution (non-violent)

When social media websites are around for a while they become tough to penetrate Meaning it's very difficult to gain the easy success that was so prevalent in the beginning. This isn't a bad thing, it just means you have to work hard. If however, you're always on the look for a quick boost like me then this is your chance.

The best time to be on social media is when there is a new one or a drastic change in the existing ones. Youtube, Facebook, and Instagram aren't going away any time soon, but when you see them have hiccups or release new features that's your chance to jump all over that opportunity.

Have a good day, and fuel the revolution!

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