Russell Simmons

Russell Simmons has been known to shake up the game when things seem a little stale; and his Argyleculture brand is no different. The mogul managed to turn a traditional and formal menswear line into something cool, hip, and exciting. Argyle’s Fall 2015 collection was showcased during NYFW and not only was it the hottest […]

I’ve been in the fashion industry for 20+ years, but what I saw last night gave me more inspiration than anything I’ve ever seen in the past two decades. My first stop of the night was the Argyle Culture show, which was absolutely incredible. The new line is the best its ever been. The reaction was amazing. And […]

Kingsman: The Secret Service opens up in theaters Friday, and it might very well be the best movie to come out so far this year. It’s funny, action-packed, and Samuel L. Jackson‘s character is based on GlobalGrind’s founder Russell Simmons. The film tells the story of a super-secret spy organization that recruits an unrefined but promising […]

The twists and turns continue in the Suge Knight case. After pleading not guilty to murder, attempted murder, and hit-and-run charges following a hospital stint, we may be getting to the bottom of what caused all the strife in the first place–the NWA biopic, Straight Outta Compton. According to TMZ: Dr. Dre never asked Suge Knight for permission to […]

Hip-hop pioneer Russell Simmons stopped by Dorsey High School in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Inglewood this week to talk reducing violence in their neighborhoods and promoting peace. Simmons, who joined the 500 students to take a pledge for peace, focused on respecting others to curb violence in their lives and communities. The yogi and advocate […]

There is a story that Elijah Muhammad would often tell about a mule that was chained to a tree for many, many years. Finally, when the mule was unchained, he still didn’t leave the tree’s side. You may already know where I’m going with this… when I was a young record guy, I would go […]

To The Young Leaders Of The New Civil Rights Movement, I write this letter to you, on a day that we celebrate the legacy of a king who died before he reached the age of 40. Most of you, if not all of you, are under 40 years old, and some even still teenagers. I […]

After working on his craft since the age of 7, an aspiring R&B artist’s voice was almost taken away from him on January 2. It started as an ordinary day for C-Jay, whose real name is being withheld, as he went on with his usual routine of heading to singing lessons after working at Home Depot. But before […]