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Thursday, November 23, 2023

"Unveiling the Nightlife Extravaganza: William B Harris Jr.'s Daring Thanksgiving Prelude at Houston's 'Lifestyle Lounge'"

"Exploring the Thrills of Houston's LGBTQ Nightlife with an Award-Winning Twist"

 In the heart of Houston's vibrant LGBTQ scene lies a hidden gem known as the "Lifestyle Lounge," a hotspot that promises more than just a night out on the town. Enter William B Harris Jr., the daring and esteemed editor of Top Hip Hop Alerts Magazine, who embarked on a Thanksgiving pre-game adventure that would leave even the most seasoned nightlife enthusiasts in awe.

A Night of Intrigue

As the doors of the "Lifestyle Lounge" swung open, Harris found himself immersed in an atmosphere pulsating with energy. The beats of the music reverberated through the air, setting the stage for a night that would be anything but ordinary. The club, known for its avant-garde approach to entertainment, beckoned him to explore the uncharted territories of Houston's LGBTQ nightlife.

From Cocktails to Connections

Harris wasted no time delving into the offerings of the night. The drinks flowed freely, each sip adding to the crescendo of the evening. The ambiance of the "Lifestyle Lounge" acted as a catalyst, fostering an environment where inhibitions were shed like a second skin. It was here that Harris discovered the true essence of the club – a haven for those seeking connection, camaraderie, and unapologetic self-expression.

R-Rated Fun in a Safe Haven

The night took an unexpected turn as the festivities reached an R-rated crescendo. Harris, undeterred by societal norms, embraced the freedom to explore sensual and intimate connections, all within the bounds of safety and consent. The "Lifestyle Lounge" provided a sanctuary where patrons could revel in the liberation of self-expression, proving that enjoyment knows no bounds when experienced responsibly.

Breaking Stereotypes

Amidst the tantalizing allure of Houston's LGBTQ nightlife, Harris discovered a community united by the common goal of creating a judgment-free space. The experience shattered preconceived notions, proving that one can lead a healthy, fulfilling life regardless of their HIV status. The club's commitment to fostering a safe environment allowed individuals, whether HIV-negative or undetectable, to revel in the joy of the night without fear of judgment or discrimination.

Jaw-Dropping Revelations

As the night unfolded, Harris found himself at the crossroads of jaw-dropping revelations and mind-expanding encounters. The diverse tapestry of Houston's LGBTQ nightlife unfolded before his eyes, revealing the myriad levels and players that contribute to the city's vibrant scene. The "Lifestyle Lounge" emerged as a beacon of inclusivity, where everyone was invited to authentically be themselves.

A Safe Space to Be You

In the tapestry of Houston's LGBTQ nightlife, "Lifestyle Lounge" stands out as a testament to the power of creating spaces that allow individuals to be true to themselves. William B Harris Jr.'s Thanksgiving pre-game adventure not only delved into the heart of the city's nightlife but also highlighted the importance of fostering a safe, positive, and freeing environment for all. In a world where acceptance is paramount, "Lifestyle Lounge" shines as a beacon of light, inviting everyone to embrace their authentic selves without judgment.

As the night came to a close, Harris left the "Lifestyle Lounge" with a newfound appreciation for the diversity and acceptance that permeates Houston's LGBTQ nightlife. The experience was not merely a night out; it was a journey into the unexplored realms of self-discovery, proving that, in the heart of the night, one can find not only excitement but also a community that celebrates individuality in all its forms.

Monday, February 6, 2023

Full Sail University had 40+ grads credited on Grammy nominated projects this 2023.

40+ Grads Credited on Nominated Projects at the 2023 Grammys

Over 40 Full Sail grads were credited on 53 Grammy-nominated projects in 38 categories, with three graduates nominated by name for their own Grammys.

2023 Grammy Awards written in black and red text over a teal background.

The annual Grammy Awards celebrate the accomplishments of the music industry’s brightest stars, but nominated artists need a great team to help them create award-worthy songs, albums, and performances. Full Sail grads are often in the credits of Grammy-nominated projects and even garner nominations of their own. This year, more than 40 graduates were credited on 53 projects in 38 categories at the 2023 Grammy Awards, with three graduates nominated by name for seven different Grammys and one – Stuart White – bringing home his own Grammy for his work with Beyoncé.

Three Recording Arts grads were nominated for Grammys in major categories. Stuart White’s work as a Mixing and Recording Engineer on Beyoncé’s album Renaissance earned him a nod in the Album of the Year category. He was also named in Beyoncé's nominations for Record of the Year and Best Dance/Electronic Recording for her single “Break My Soul," which ultimately won the Grammy for Best Dance/Electronic Recording. Colin Leonard also worked on Beyoncé’s latest album; he was nominated for his contribution as a Mastering Engineer in the Album of the Year category for Renaissance as well as for Un Verano Sin Ti by Bad Bunny. He also received recognition for “Break My Soul” in the Record of the Year category. Josh Gudwin was nominated in the Album of the Year category for his work as a Mixer on Bad Bunny’s Un Verano Sin Ti.

Full Sail Recording Arts grads also made appearances in the credits of Best Latin Pop Album nominees. Morgan David was an Assistant Engineer on Aguilera by Christina Aguilera. Fellow grad Felipe Tichauer helped master nominee De Adentro Pa Afuera by Camilo, while Andres Saavedra worked as A&R for Sebastián Yatra’s Dharma.

Nominees in the Rap categories got some help from Full Sail grads, too. Best Rap Performance nominee “pushin p” by Gunna & Future featuring Young Thug was nominated for Best Rap Performance, and Mixing Engineer Angad "Bainz" Bains (Music Business, Recording Arts) and Assistant Engineer Eric Manco (Entertainment Business, Recording Arts) both worked on the song. Best Rap Song nominee “Churchill Downs” by Jack Harlow featuring Drake was mixed by Recording Arts grad and Hall of Fame inductee Leslie Brathwaite and mastered by Colin Leonard. Recording Arts alum Eddie "eMix" Hernandez was a Recording Engineer on Best Rap Album nominee GOD DID by DJ Khaled.

Additional Full Sail grads appeared in the credits of nominated projects in categories like Best Americana Album, Best Dance/Electronic Recording, Best Metal Performance, and Best Rock Album.