True Thoughts of the "WomensMarchonWashington"

Wanted to take my time and bring some emotions of the photos I took during the Women's March on Washington on January 21, 2017. This historic protest brought many feelings, ideas and actions into place!

I truly enjoyed talking to many of the women there, from all walks of life, as many shared why they were there that day. What depressed me the most is how we take women for granted -- we were all born from a women, yet many are treated as sex objects, judged on how we're dressed, or a common housewives and/ or as we are not knowledgeable of the conversation at hand. We Marched for not just "Women Issues" but ALL issues.  From Rape, Equal Pay, Healthcare, and more.

Give us our DAMN Credit! 

Lets not just speak about it, but be about it too. Lets embrace all and not belitted someone who is igonorant yet share the love and knowlege to everyone. 

Enjoy the photos below.



multi Artist Chris Pyrate Answers WHATSGRIT? Interview

WHATSGRIT? spends a day in DC with unique multi Artist Chris Pyrate. Chris is a functioning multitasked designer; being a Cartoonist/Designer/Street Artist and Director of AHUMANFLY. His unique designs has allowed him to work some big names and had flourish as an artist. Watch as he Answers WHATSGRIT?, shares his inspirations, goals and even goes sneaker shopping. 

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CHAZ FRENCH was one of the first artist I listened to when I moved to DC from New York. His dedication, passion and creative lyrics allowed him to flourish as a rapper. He has blessed us with songs like Do Better, Came Down, and Pull Up. This past weekend at #GluDay16, WHATSGRIT? got the pleasure to capture some dope footage of him performing... we even, connect for a bit and had some laughs. Check out the photos and recap of his performance! 

Million Dollah Rah

Sometimes it’s the littlest guy in the room who commands the most attention. Sometimes it’s the shortest guy in the class that has the biggest aspirations. Sometimes it’s the smallest dude on the team who takes on the responsibilities of the captain. Such is the case with Million "Dollah" Rah, an aspiring artist and founder of the Jamaica, Queens based Get Cream Team. Despite being relatively small in stature, his creative spirit and ambitious mind has no limits or boundaries. As Co-CEO of GCT, Dollah wears many hats including producer, songwriter & performer. He also moonlights as a photographer and video editor. Besides his love for music & media, he is extremely passionate about fashion. As he excels in his artistic pursuits, Dollah has plans to expand his resume to include working in apparel industry as well.

Art of Styling: Stylist/ Image Consultant


Art of Styling; "I believe that fashion is an art. What you wear and how you style it is what creates that masterpiece. Everyone has a different style and I enjoy nothing more than using my creativity to help others feel good about them selves. I became dedicated to my craft when I started working for Levi’s and became more involved in visual merchandising. Once I started modeling, I always wanted to continue being able to work behind the scenes and be able to satisfy others. I believe that when someone looks good, they feel good.  As a stylist, I am here to continue having others put their trust in me knowing that I will create the perfect look."


"Cruz" was born in Newark NJ. Raised in Annandale and Virginia. As a child Tiffany Always liked music and performing. Tiffany was always into music and showcased her talent in local talent shows and surprised everyone with her catchy song writing and undeniable stage presence. During her teenage years She began to go down the wrong path. Hanging with gang members and not graduating high school. Some of Tiffany's close friends are dead or doing life in prison right now. To get away from all the death following her tiffany decided to move back to New Jersey with family members. During the time spent in New Jersey Tiffany decided she had to do something with her life. She applied for Virginia state university with only a GED. Months later she received a letter in the mail that read she got accepted. Currently Tiffany is finishing up her senior year in college and has got her foot in the door with her music. By the grace of god tiffany has also linked with Ariston Music Group as the first female rapper of the camp.She has been mentored by hip hop pioneers lords of the underground, Malcolm miles ymcmb vp of promotions, and many more jersey legends. Damu mtume is currently her manager (bilals manager). Tiffany plans on pursuing her career as a female artist that doesn't have to be overly sexy to make it in the industry. Tiffany remains true to who she is and gets embraced by her persistency to make it as a female rapper.


The all around artistic genius from Rosedale, NY Toon Benzii is a underground artist/ clothing designer will make sure the world knows his style and craft. He has designed rare Camo Jersey T-shirt for "LEFT OVER$ NYC". Toon has brought us MADMANZOO MIXTAPE produced by Bobby Wealth, SG700 VL1 MIXTAPE, and WHAT WOULD BENZII DO EP both produced by Benzii Fanto.

Links for Music and Videos

YouTube Channel - mandownxtownmade or TOON BENZII