1. Hommage voor Arnaud

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    Last week Arnaud Jacobs passed away. To honour and remember Arnaud, all Belgian radio production companies teamed up to make a last radiocommercial with Arnauds voice. Saying "Slaap zacht Arnaud. Bedankt. In naam van alle radio productiehuizen"

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    • Studio 43 - PechaKucha 2013 - Christopher Biggins

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      Christopher Biggins nasceu em 16 de dezembro de 1948, em Oldham, Lancashire, Inglaterra. Ele é um ator e produtor, conhecido por no Safari (1982), The Wright Stuff (2000) e The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975). Christopher Biggins was born on December 16, 1948 in Oldham, Lancashire, England. He is an actor and producer, known for On Safari (1982), The Wright Stuff (2000) and The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975).

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      • Studio 43 - Pecha Kucha 2013 - Sébastian Foucan

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        Sébastien Foucan (Paris, France, 24 de Maio de 1974) é um actor e praticante de parkour francês. É o fundador do estilo free running. Actuou no filme Cassino Royale (da série de filmes de James Bond)1 , interpretando o terrorista Mollaka; e também no filme "The Tournament" (em português "Vingança entre Assassinos"), como o assassino Anton Bogart. Sébastien Foucan (Paris, France, May 24, 1974) is a French actor and practitioner of parkour. Is the founder of free running style. Acted in the movie Casino Royale (James Bond film series) 1, playing the terrorist Mollaka; and also in the movie "The Tournament" (in Portuguese "Revenge between assassins"), as the killer Anton Bogart.

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        • mapping-graveline

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          Mapping réalisé lors d'un atelier découverte a Graveline dans le cadre de Dunkerque 2013.

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          • s43 Portrait: Greg Mike

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            Lifestyle Specialist Kenny Burns sits down exclusively with contemporary street artsist, Greg Mike, to discuss his rise to becoming a major figure in the Pop culture history of Atlanta. Mike began painting at the age of 12 and after traveling to places like Miami, New York and Los Angeles in his adult years, decided to bring the same artistic energy and culture he was seeing in those places, to Atlanta. From the creation of his popular character, Larry Loud Mouth (who he calls his imaginary friend), to being the artistic mind behind projects like "Popstars and Cokeheads," his goal was to fill a void he felt was missing in the Atlanta hipster culture. "We grew up listening to Hip-hop and I grew up doing graffiti... I've been doing graffiti since I was 12 and 13 years old, when I lived up north in Connecticut... I did the solo shows in Miami, then San Francisco and then Atlanta. And I thought there wasn't really a street art contemporary scene in Atlanta." With a void to fill, he opened his own gallery, The ABV Gallery, and has gone on to work with major clients like Facebook, Red Bull and Dr. Pepper to celebrities like Swizz Beats. He recently completed a contemporary wall mural for Facebook's Atlanta office and in the interview, discusses his process for creating these larger works like murals and wall coverings. Burns closes the interview with the question, "So what would you tell people who are artists that feel like their art might not be enough?" Mike responds, "Just keep pushing. Hard work, you know. I always say... if somebody is doing something, make sure you do it different. You don't want to come out replicating or duplicating. So just make sure you stick with it. It takes people a lot of time and years to distinguish their style and develop their craft... Nothing is an overnight success." Check out the exclusive Studio 43 Portrait above and for more information on Greg Mike, check out some of this work in the photos below and visit him online at gregmike.com.

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            • s43 Portrait: Terrence J

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              Lifestyle Specialist, Kenny Burns, sits down exclusively Terrence J in this Studio 43 Portrait featuring the burgeoning television executive, actor and author. Terrence Jenkins, better known as Terrence J, is best known as the host of BET's popular music video countdown show 106 & Park from 2006 until 2012. He is now the new co-anchor of E! News and recently made his mark as an actor in the box office smash, Think Like a Man. In the interview, he discusses his upbringing, drawing inspiration and motivation from his mother, who had him at the age of 17. Jenkins recalls the struggles he faced being raised by a single mother who was so young and how he feels beyond blessed to be able to support her now saying, "It feels amazing to be in a position to provide for my family and make sure my mom is straight..." He recalls questioning his mom to prepare for his role as the 'momma's boy' in Think Like a Man and how he has gotten closer to her through his journey from auditioning to hosting 106 and Park to now acting in major motion pictures and hosting E! News. He also discusses his new book The Wealth of My Mother's Wisdom, which releases on October 1, and includes contributions from his mother and celebrities like Ludacris, Trey Songz, Kevin Hart, T.I. and more. The book centers around strong, successful men talking about their mothers and the influence that their mothers have had in their life - a major factor for Jenkins, who attributes his strength and perseverance to the unwavering support of his mother. As far as staying grounded and not letting the success get to his head, Jenkins states, "I don't want to get absorbed into the whole hollywood thing, because I have only been in Hollywood for a year... but it's exhilarating to be in the position that I am at my age and to be able to produce and call shots and I am really excited about what the future holds." Check out the exclusive Studio 43 Portrait on Terrence J above! Directed by Ben Styles Produced/Filmed by David Joseph Website - Studio43.com Twitter - @Studio43 Instagram - @studio43ver

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              • s43 Portrait: DJ Clark Kent (Part 2 of 2)

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                Lifestyle Specialist, Kenny Burns, sits down exclusively with DJ Clark Kent in part two of this exclusive two-part Studio 43 Portrait featuring the legendary DJ, record producer and music executive. In this segment, Kent discusses how the cost of making music has gone down drastically. "The dynamic of making a record has changed so much that of course the business will change," he states. Crediting Kanye and Drake for making good music in this new era of record producing, he stresses the importance of putting out good product and how good product can take you to the top of the ultra-competitive music industry. Burns then goes on to inquire about Kent's sneaker obsession asking, "what started your fascination with sneakers?" Kent's response - "It wasn't about sneakers, it was about being fresh... A white tee is fresh with some jeans and a fresh pair of sneakers... I just wanted to be fresh." Burns closes the interview with the question, "what's the biggest lesson you've learned?" Kent responds, "love what you do or it will be a waste of your time." Watch the conclusion of this two-part Studio 43 Portrait featuring DJ Clark Kent above. Directed by Ben Styles Website - Studio43.com Twitter - @Studio43 Instagram - @studio43ver

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                • s43 Portrait: DJ Clark Kent (Part 1 of 2)

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                  Lifestyle Specialist, Kenny Burns, sits down exclusively with DJ Clark Kent in Part One of this exclusive two-part Studio 43 Portrait featuring the legendary DJ, record producer and music executive. Recognized for his role in helping to break Jay Z into the music business, Kent opens the interview discussing his early days with Rocafella Records and the inception of his relationship with Jay Z and Dame Dash. Burns asks, "How was that... How was having a good friend in Damon Dash and Jay Z, seeing them be entrepreneurs... that wanted create a dynasty in real life?" Kent responds. "I just look at it like it was supposed to happen... I believed he [Jay Z] was the best rapper. I believed Damon had enough energy to manage this best rapper." And from there, he would go on to help cultivate the career of not just Jay Z, but a number of other artists as well. Clark scored his first street hit with the Junior M.A.F.I.A. classic "Player's Anthem," which featured The Notorious B.I.G. and was also the first record that Lil' Kim appeared on. He also went on to produce "Loverboy" by Mariah Carey, which peaked at #2 in the US on Billboard's Hot 100 chart and three tracks on Jay Z's critically acclaimed debut album, Reasonable Doubt, including the iconic record, "Brooklyn's Finest," which featured Notorious B.I.G. Ultimately, Kent believes that "the culture of Hip-Hop doesn't cultivate their culture" and has pledged his commitment to remembering the history of Hip-Hop and how it has paved the way for the artists of today. He discusses Drake and Kendrick Lamar as examples of rappers who have exploded into stardom during the Internet Age due to quality records and how, even with the plethora of avenues for artists to distribute their music and the information overload that lends to an arguably cluttered musical pool, "no matter how much buzz you build, no matter how many people are following you, if you don't have the music, you have no business." His dynamic career and its influential role in the rise of some of the greatest artists we have seen over the last three decades, is a tribute to his musical talent, dedication to craft and ear for great artists. Watch part one of this two-part Studio 43 Portrait featuring DJ Clark Kent above, and stay tuned for part two of the interview, which drops exclusively tomorrow on Studio43.com.

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                  • Fashion Fridays at PRiVE' NIght Club with Karrueche & Meek Mill

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                    Fashion Fridays at PRiVE' Night Club is The Sexiest Adult Party Playground in The A! PRESS PLAY...

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                    • s43 Portrait: Kevin Hart (Part 2 of 2)

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                      Lifestyle Specialist, Kenny Burns sits down exclusively with comedian, Kevin Hart in the second and final part of this intimate look at Hart's journey to becoming one of the highest grossing comedians in entertainment. In the video, Hart goes deeper into his personal life, addressing his family life and relationships with his children and his girlfriend, his recent trip to Fiji where he had an epiphany that changed his life and his DUI arrest - which he says was his own personal wake-up call. In the interview Hart says, "At the end of the day, I feel like I am working hard to build something. In that environment [the club], it's so easy to lose what you're working so hard to build." With a newfound maturity and his dreams in reach, Hart vows to stay focused, stay smart and to continue to build his foundation the way he always has. "My goals are so serious right now," he comments, and although the 34 year old has achieved a large amount of success, he wants to take it much further and credits a lot of his journey to his humble beginnings and the fact that he vowed to himself never to change who he is. With the ability to look back and see what he has built thus far, he says his next step is to embark on "embracing the man that I think I'm becoming, and giving that man a chance to shine." Check out part 2 of this exclusive Studio 43 Portrait of Kevin Hart above and for more information about Kevin Hart, visit his website at khartonline.com. Directed by Ben Styles Website - Studio43.com Twitter - @Studio43 Instagram - @studio43ver

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