This week we’re joined by Crew Member Hyun Kim, who is currently the Executive Producer of The Madbury Club, a Brooklyn-based Creative House of misfits who do what they want and still somehow gets corporate clients like Nike, Beats by Dre, and Jameson to pay them. After graduating from Cornell he spent several years as a writer/editor at VIBE and MTV. Born in South Korea, he was raised in Ithaca, NY, and currently resides in Brooklyn.
Brand Eff Up - GEICO Skytypers
“An American company is apologizing for ‘denying genocide’ in the sky above New York City,” by Max Bearak, Washington Post
Beyonce - Lemonade
Marketing, social media impact, “Validity” as a piece of visual and musical expression.
What’s Good? - Prince
“Prince Was a Genius No Matter How You Define It,” by Jason King, VICE
‘Isn’t This Funnier?’ New Girl Creator Liz Meriwether Recalls the Making of the Prince Episode,” by Liz Meriwether, Vulture.
Chevy's 'Little Red Corvette' Tribute to Prince Is So Good, It's Running in Print Too Ad hits several newspapers Friday,” by Tim Nudd, AdWeek.
Digging In The Crates
Nina Simone - Live In Holland 1965 + Live In England 1968 on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2FMDgktTD0) ARETHA FRANKLIN & RAY CHARLES -TWO TO TANGO - 1975 on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q4ulNtIYX20)
Carol King, “Tapestry.” Joni Mitchell, “Court and Spark,” and Meshell Ndegeocello, “Plantation Lullabies.”
The Dignity of Difference, Jonathan Sachs
A Brief History of Seven Killings, by Marlon James.