Greenroom, a quarterly displaying the intersection between culture and wellness; highlighting independent musicians, progressive urban culture, and practical wellness tips. The theme of third issue is "home," featuring editorial spotlights on creatives from different walks of life such as:
· KING, a Prince-mentored R&B group from Minneapolis/Compton who will be releasing their debut album this Fall, and have already gained notoriety from their contributions to the Fela Kuti tribute album, as well as collaborations with Robert Glasper and Foreign Exchange
· Oddisee, a rapper/producer hailing from Washington DC, who finds home and inspiration through his travels. In his Greenroom feature, he provided tangible travel tips and also contributed original photography as a Canon® sponsored amateur photographer
· Christian Clancy, manager of Odd Future, Solange, Mac Miller, shares with Greenroom how he uses mindfulness practices to find home and peace while operating in a stressful industry
· MNDSGN, newest member of the Stones Throw roster, talking about his experiences from escaping a cult that his parents were once members of, to arriving in the US to discover producing and how it would continue to shape his world view
· A lot of the most exciting hip-hop currently comes out of Chicago. Rather than peering at the scene through a birds-eye view, we focused on Lucki Eck$, Mick Jenkins, and Stefan Ponce by being granted intimate access into their homes to document a more personal side of their artistry.