Urban Reloaded with Swagga T & Brie
Hope you had a lovely week and we say hello to winter.
Are you ready for the season?
Last week’s edition had much information on how we can beat the winter blues from fashion to health and hope you got the notes well.
Again please, let us use the water to bath because those who hate it will be smelly at school.
We noticed a major shake up on social media as our network, Econet is still facing some difficulties.
However this should not deter your mood, by the way it is not so cool to be always online.
Forget about those blues, and try to use the opportunity to hang out with your friends and study hard too.
We have been depending on the social media to the extent of not only having social time, but being controlled by it as well.
Still in the dark, our gadget of the week goes to the torchscope.
Well the torchscope has managed again to put a camera on a flashlight for instant video proof of weird things you see in the dark.
Remember that one time when you hiked through the backwoods at night in the corridors with a flashlight and ended up seeing a chupacabra playing with a gnome.
So you pulled out your camera fast as you can to take photographic proof, which, as it turns out, isn’t quite fast enough, because those two scurried out of there in an instant.
That won’t be a problem when you use the torchscope.
Made by General Tools, it’s a heavy-duty flashlight with a built-in camera, so it can automatically record anything the light is aimed at.
No longer do you have to convince people to believe your story about the chupacabra and the gnome, since the image will be committed to video as soon as they cross your beam’s path.
The General Tools torchscope has a maximum brightness of 1 000 lumens, with three settings and two modes. Designed for rugged, professional applications (like, you know, searching for gnomes and chupacabras), it has a stainless steel housing that lets it submerge in water up to 33 feet deep and survive drops from as high as three feet. On the recording front, it has an onboard camera that can capture in HD with a 60-degree field of view, an integrated mic for recording audio, and an SD card port (4GB included) for saving the video.
It has an LCD viewfinder on the body that lets you watch whatever the camera is recording, with a variety of settings available for both photos and videos.
Yes, you can always just strap a GoPro on top of your Nitecore Tiny Monster to accomplish the same thing, but the resulting assembly will probably be all sorts of unwieldy.
On the buzz scene, congrats to our girl Taylor Swift.
“Freaking out” by Taylor Swift is stunned as she breaks Vevo world record by getting 20,1 million views in 24 hours for Bad Blood music video.
Taylor’s new clip premièred at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday, where the 25-year-old megastar swept up eight gongs, including Top Female Artiste. Taylor took to Twitter to rejoice in her new record-breaking feat.
“The I Knew You Were Trouble” hitmaker then thanked Bad Blood’s director, Joseph Kahn, and its slew of famous female guest stars.
Taylor starred alongside Selena Gomez, Karlie Kloss, Cara Delevingne, Cindy Crawford, Lena Dunham, Gigi Hadid, Lily Aldridge, Zendaya, Ellen Pompeo, Mariska Hargitay, Hayley Williams, Jessica Alba, Hailee Steinfeld, Ellie Goulding, Serayah, and Martha Hunt. The blonde beauty also thanked Kendrick Lamar, whom also appeared in the video and was a featured rapper on the track.
The music video features the women dressed in fierce and sexy black costumes, wielding various types of weapons, as they train for combat.
The song was inspired by a falling out Taylor had with a former friend, whom is widely thought to be Katy Perry.
According to a Vevo press release, Taylor’s music videos have amassed a total of five billion views.
Till next week.