April 2021

60’s Refugee PG Naylor Ready for Takeoff

A classic rock expert, PG Naylor has a knack for delivering hard hitting vocals with fun lyrics and sleek melodies woven together with both intricate harmonies and straight up grit.

Also of note from previous releases: “Fly”, “60’s Refugee” and “Law ‘Bidin Man”.


In keeping with the song’s theme of “Something for Nothing”, it’s important to mention PG and his group’s ongoing charity work with Bo Childrens Hospital in Sierra Leone. Expecting nothing in return, the band has raised $50k for the hospital over 8 years. All monies collected from their concerts goes directly from the band to the hospital, no middle man to muddy the waters.

PG Naylor brings a new original visit to 60s classic rock music. All songs are written and performed by PG - who was there then in the 60s and is still here now! Although all the songs are new, they slot perfectly into a 60s rock playlist. PG has been playing in rock bands based in Sydney, Australia since the 60s, and after a life in the corporate world he has returned to his first love - 60s rock music - his lifeblood and that of the entire baby boomer generation.

Recently, the title track to his album, Sanctuary, was announced as a semi finalist in the 2019 International Songwriting Competition, based in Nashville, USA; The tracks Sanctuary and Hollywood Road were both announced as semi finalists in the 2020 Voyager International Songwriting Competition based in Melbourne, Australia as well.

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Gigi Hadid’s 26th Birthday look

Supermodel Gigi Hadid was a ravishing sight as she was spotted out and about in New York City, turning up a fashion storm. Stepping out to celebrate her 26th birthday with her partner and baby daddy Zayn Malik and family, the blonde beauty was every inch the charming star she is. Gigi was dressed to impress clad in a dusty ribbed lavender designs featuring a capped sleeved top and matching pants. With corset style stitching under the bust, the ensemble highlighted Gigi's curves and slim torso, and the model added heeled white boots to her Isa Boulder outfit, along with an assortment of necklaces, pendants and rings. The model let her hair down for the occasion with two braids framing her face, and a face mask which is a necessity in the ongoing pandemic. On her arm was her beau Malik, 28, who also set men's fashion trends clad in a bold teal and white plaid shirt coat, paired with black slacks and matching work boots.

Gigi Hadid looks ravishing as she celebrates birthday with partner and family in NYC

Zayn and Gigi out in NYC

Zayn and Gigi Hadid out in New York.

Zayn and Gigi Hadid out in New York.

Zayn with Gigi and Bella in NYC

Gigi Hadid, Bella Hadid, Zayn and friends celebrating Gigi’s birthday

Lancelot Theobald Jr. Pushing Fundraising to the Limit in Bid to Surpass 75,000 Push-ups and Donate $75,000 for Homelessness

NEW YORK- Recently, Long Island based Actor, activist and fitness guru Lancelot Theobald Jr. completed 10,000 push-ups in a successful effort to raise more than $10,000 for the Equal Justice Initiative, as part of his “Push Up For Your Life” campaign.

This time, Lancelot will be upping the ante as he builds on his initial 10,000 push ups to reach the new goal of 75,000 push-ups!

Watch as he completes the last 2,500 push-ups in a LIVE feed (via the Push Up For Your Life Facebook page) during the week of May 21-May 30th - culminating on Monday May 31st, 2021 with Lancelot’s 75,000 push-up in an effort to secure up to $75,000 for The Bethany House in their fight against Homelessness.

Why May 31st? That’s the same day last year that Lancelot finished his first 10,000 push-ups, and it is also his birthday! But more importantly, it’s the day Lancelot took back control of his life amidst this pandemic.

From now until then, Lancelot will continue to do all the required push-ups, pull ups and sit ups to reach the 72,500 mark and will document everything in a ledger - as he has done throughout the campaign.

Can he reach $75,000 for the 75,000 push ups? You could help!

Lancelot is encouraging others to join with the campaign by doing their own push-ups at home to help raise their own money and further increase awareness about the plight of the homeless and the important work being done at Bethany House to solve it. The “event” will be online, so you don’t have to leave your house. You’ll be able to send a video of yourself doing push ups that will be uploaded to the Push up For Your Life Facebook Page and there will be a GoFundMe: Push For Your Life page where everyone will be able to donate.

Lancelot is a Board member and the Vice Chair of the Planning And Development Committee at the Bethany House. He first became involved with the organization through a show he choreographed/Directed and Produced called Hip Hop Fusion, in which Lancelot raised and donated over 10,000 dollars from the proceeds of the show to company over 10 years ago.

Lancelot remarked, “the damage this pandemic has done to so many of the people around this world has been immense. I want to use this initiative to help show people there are some ways you can still take control of your life and help others when things around you are not in your control”.

Read about Push Up for Life on their Facebook page here:


Read a past article on the initiative:


Having moved to Long Island from Brooklyn at seventeen, sports and arts were important to Lancelot. Though he thought of himself as a football player, his passion for dance, choreography and acting never strayed far behind. But his dedication to the sport would nearly cost him his life: on a recruitment trip to the University of Maine his Senior Year of High School, the small plane in which he was traveling crashed in Rhode Island killing another passenger on board. A car crash and near-drowning incident followed later that same year, as well as an accident on a New York City F train. But through it all Lancelot persevered and would go on to play for U-Maine on a full scholarship.

Continuing to use his overall athletic prowess- coupled with his dance, theatre and choreography background, Lancelot co-founded Mozell Entertainment Group with Richard Willis Jr. after the two had met on the streets of NYC over two decades ago. He has said of the meeting- “I was looking to find something that excited me and gave me the passion to get up in the morning like football did and I felt this might have been a sign from God”. After finding out Willis was producing a play and needed an assistant, he says “I was open enough to try something new and experience something different and decided to go for it. I would learn lighting and staging and watch the rehearsal process and it was all so new and intriguing for me.  My role became more significant as I started being responsible for getting fundraiser events together to help raise money for this group”. As he began taking on more and more responsibility, Mozell Entertainment was born.

Realizing he wanted to be in front of the camera as well, Lancelot would go on to the Bernice Johnson Dance School on yet another full scholarship while studying acting with Willis privately and later Second City Improv and The Ted Bardy Acting Studio in New York.

He also started Momz-N-Da Hood which has grown in impact and popularity, the only and first dancing group with women who didn't learn to dance until they were in their 50’s and 60’s. The ladies have performed at MSG, on TV and in many music videos. They even had a movie made about them! Showing yet another positive contribution Lancelot has made towards American pop culture, bridging the gap between young and old.

Cardi B x Reebok Summertime Fine Campaign 2021

American rapper Cardi B launches her first apparel line in collaboration with Reebok, and it also includes an array of whimsical footwear. Inspired by the 90s carnivals and amusement parks, the collection is very Cardi B - bold and statement, and is a candy-coated delight. The performance-piece based collection focuses on being sexy and confident while working out, and Cardi B models it with a lot of oomph and glamour. Showing off her curves and cleavages, the celebrity stands out in the designs which include 80s aerobic looks, cropped sports bras and leggings with thong seaming cutlines. The sneakers in the collection match the apparel, and come with chunky soles, high-shine patent uppers and see-through midsoles. The Cardi B x Reebok Summertime Fine Collection will officially launch on April 23rd, 2021.

Cardi B x Reebok Summertime Fine Campaign 2021

Discover Cardi B x Reebok Summertime Fine Collection

Superstar Cardi B presented her first apparel line for Reebok

Cardi B x Reebok Summertime Fine Collection

Cardi B x Reebok Summertime Fine Collection

Cardi B x Reebok Summertime Fine Collection

Coach taps Jennifer Lopez for spring 2021 eyewear campaign.

Coach ambassador Jennifer Lopez features in the high-end brand's Spring/Summer 2021 Campaign, and highlights a range of optical and sunglass styles. Photographed by Renell Medrano, JLo poses by a payphone, while showing off the Coach Sculpted Signature Hexagon Sunglasses. As a part of the ‘Coach It Forward’ campaign, the photoshoot is 'a story that speaks to the power of positivity, collective action, and the everyday recognition for the people in our lives who help move our worlds forward'. Jennifer's transparent violet gradient designs of sunglasses is priced a $185, and includes the iconic Coach C with geometric metal arms. The actress and singer also flaunts a Coach tan trench coat and messy chic updo hairstyle, and is a sophisticated vision for the campaign.

Jennifer Lopez stars in Coach Eyewear spring 2021 campaign.

Jennifer Lopez poses for Coach Eyewear spring 2021 campaign.

Coach Eyewear’s spring 2021 advertising campaign


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