Random shots of people, places and things that caught my eye, touched my heart and moved my spirit. Photos by Tyrone Z. McCants
Elevated skyline photograph of New York City at night.
Photo by Tyrone Z. McCants
TWIHHP had an interview with Bronx NYC artist - David Bars at the famous D.I.T.C (Diggin In The Crates) Studios. David Bars talks about his view on the state of hip-hop, his roots to the culture, and his new upcoming project.
Two sisters from Zimbabwe lights up the runway with their ethnic-centric, trendy collection to the 2017 Phoenix Fashion Week.
Blink AZ Feature from the 2017 Phoenix Fashion Week. Images and article from Tyrone Z. McCants / Zire Photography
The small business and entrepreneur community came to Gilbert Arizona to take advantage of an afternoon of professional and inspirational insight from six dynamic speakers. Event organizer and CEO of Wealthy Concepts, Tamika Williams says "the event will take you to higher heights in business and life."
Artist Feature - Maisha Azadi - Actress, Educator, Writer, and Performer.
I am a television producer/writer -- which really means I am a storyteller. I love sharing information, experience, perspectives. I seek to tell stories that inspire insight and understanding. I work in the area of non-fiction.
Brooklyn got a strong dose of Soul during the amazing live performance by music artist, Bilal, al the BAM Rhythm and Blues Concert Series.
Sunee LaClaire Stylista on a mission; teaching individuals to harness their confidence & express their creativity.
K~Fleye (Pronounced K~FLY) is a collection of cutting edge quality jewelry + accessories dedicated to individuals with uncompromising style.
I missed the 4th episode of the #Cosmos series this weekend because I was on a flight returning to NYC from Alabama, BUT that early Sunday morning after midnight I got to look at the Cosmos in my own way. Neil DeGrasse Tyson, you rock!!! I will be catching the rerun.
This does not just happen in Jena, Louisiana. Youth of color are treated this way all over America. Help us build a justice system that truly serves all our children.
Very seldom you get an opportunity to be a part of an awesome concert which is also raising awareness for something important, and I consider myself to be lucky in this regard. It was a Wednesday night, 20th of January, 2010 to be exact, when New York came to life with Hip Hop music.
The old Knitting Factory, which was once a Bastian of the Hip Hop movement in New York, experienced a reincarnation via this memorable event which was aptly named –Mind Body Soul. The night was vibrant as legends and rising stars of Hip Hop music poured their heart out in support of the cause.