With the growing anticipation of Rihanna possibly dropping her eighth studio album, “Anti” on Jay-Z’s TIDAL music streaming service this Friday, the Barbadian singer has had an eventful year.
“Anti” will be Rihanna’s first album under the Roc Nation label after leaving Def Jam and promises to be a fascinating listen for audiences closely following the activities of the celebrated artist since the broadening of her music exploits given her releases of “FourFiveSeconds” and “Bitch, Better Have My Money” earlier in the year.
Taking a page out of her mentor Jay-Z’s playbook, Rihanna has made the marketing for this album release as technologically forward as anything has been going in the realm of mainstream popular music.
ANTIdiaRY present visitors with high-concept, dissonant imagery shot in crisp video and an engaging presentation of stereoscopic virtual reality only viewable on a mobile phone.
Even the album cover unveiling was an…
The preeminent global nightclub brand, Omnia, is about to expand in a major way in 2016 with a presence on the other side of the Pacific Ocean.
Announced on Omnia San Diego’s twitter account (@OmniaSanDiego) and in a press release on the nightclub’s website, this would be the third night club by the Hakkasan Group under the burgeoning Omnia brand, which opened it’s flagship Las Vegas nightclub at Caesars Palace in March of this year.
Part of a self-described “global expansion” strategy, Omnia Jakarta’s opening coincides with the introduction of Yauatcha, two Michelin-starred restaurants, to Honolulu and Houston.
The nightclub is a joint venture between the Hakkasan Group and Alila Hotels and Resorts and will be housed in the Alila SCBD Hotel, located in a high traffic area in its namesake Sudirman Central Business District.
With the announcement, a unified design aesthetic can be expected in Hakkasan and Sake no Hana restaurants in addition to the nightclub itself, with work done by GBRH in Paris, Studio Q in Bangkok and Rockwell Group in New York, respectively.