Posts Tagged ‘music’

Sam Hunt: A Day for Country Music + The Perfect White T-Shirt

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Country Artist Sam Hunt

A little chill country music from our boy Sam Hunt

"Got a girl from the Southside, got braids in her hair…"

A white t-shirt becomes an easy wardrobe staple for many small town men. When I think of Sam Hunt's style, I automatically envision a white t-shirt, but not your grandaddy's Fruit of the Loom shirt. Sam usually rocks a variety of more stylish, modern fitting tees. So here's a few of our favorite white t-shirts, perfect for an Urban Gentleman that likes to keep it simple…

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Friday Vibes: Yo-Yo Ma, Thou Shall Prosper, and Ties

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An Urban Gentleman must read, acquiring knowledge is key

As a kid I listened to Jazz music, Classical music sounded, well, spooky and scary for some reason. These days, I find myself listening to classical music just about every morning. I especially appreciate the cello… today was no different. Yo-Yo Ma's Unaccompanied Cello Suite No.1 played in the background as I finally finished the list of my next books to read. A.G Gaston's book was on the the list and a few similar reads will accompany it. I just re-listened to Thou Shall Prosper for the 2nd time, a book I recommend for those who would like to wisely acquire wealth using Biblical principles.  


Yo-Yo Ma

We'll compliment the music with ties, just to keep things classy, see below:

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Blessings by Lecrae + Urban Gent Gym Style

My current warm up and cool down gym song…. 


 

Blessings by Lecrae

Urban Gentleman Gym Style

The Style and Music of Michael Kiwanuka

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I found myself in the little town of Hapeville, Georgia today, working out of Drip Coffee Shop. As I was there preparing the final looks for a wedding I'm styling (the groom and groomsmen of course)  the song, "Cold Little Heart" calmly started playing in the background. The mood of the shop shifted from bustling energy to a sort of 70s haven of soulful soft rock. I decided to figure out who the person was captivating us all– I swore the song had to be from the 70s or 80s, but nope 2016. The artist is Michael Kiwanuka. After a mini youtube study session of his music, I make the preemptive conclusion that he's the UK version of our US country soul singer Leon Bridges. Some even say he gives them Otis Redding vibes. He's a talented guy, so today we listen to his music and analyze his style.

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