Thursday, March 14, 2013


The Nola Wrap Up interview props. 
Our producer Mel
Having fun with the cool Coyotes.
Lettuce yall.  Get you some. 
The Best Coast interview in the Gulf Coast. 
Getting knowledge with Break Science.
Wish I had more pictures of the art at Buku
Flying Lotus
Throw ya hands up. 
This costume is extra but the Buku outfits were very colorful! 
Kudi was amazing.
The always fun Quickie Mart 
Diplo \\ BANDxCITY
The Venus of Buku.
Nola Wrap Up Fashion Editor, Katie.
One of my favorite picture of Buku.
Nola New York girls get it done right. 
Shout out to Roc Nation. #nolanorth
Nola Wrap Up creator Blake.
Major Lazer 
Diplo ET-ing the crowd in a bubble. #madamazing
Walking towards Buku, I was excited about how the whole scene looked. The Crescent City Bridge on the left, a huge purple sign that states, Blaine Kern Mardi Gras World and the fresh water smells of the Mississippi River. What I didn't anticipate was how much FUN I was going partake in.  The Buku Music and Art Project is a two day, three stage festival that promotes all things Molly. On the first day, I worked for Nola Wrap Up, interviewing The Coyotes, Lettuce, Best Coast, and Break Science.  With our bellies full from craft services and our drinks tipped off by Tito's Vodka we enjoyed the first night of the second annual Buku Project.

Day 2 was much different. We were asked about Lucy, bumped into Diplo at Kendrick Lamar, got silly with Calvin Harris and turned up by Major Lazer.  Our run-in with good ole boy Dips, added Mel and I to his sold after party at Republic and let's just say we were crunk fresh till 7am, like it was midnight! The word Buku means plenty in creole sang and this is all true. Buku gave me buku stories that made it buku entertaining.


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