Of course we had to give Tyson Ritter, lead vocalist and bass guitarist of The All-American Rejects, a birthday shoutout and recognize his work in the infamous rock band! Not only is he the talented musician we have known to love and adore, but he has also ventured into acting as he has an upcoming role as a hipster in a John Cusack film, Love and Mercy, expected to be released later this year.
Month after month, we have featured new music from Young Lyxx. This time around, we bring you new visuals from the San Diego based rapper. Directed by Chris Scales, the “Everywhere I Go” video features just Lyxx, no entourage. Something to keep the fans hyped, and anticipating his upcoming project “Forever Young”
- Jason / Jason@toanmagazine.com
Since the emergence of cellular devices and rampant progression that these handheld devices have since seen, cell phones have been transformed from their initial purpose. Their prior service was to be looked upon as a business model and lifesaver but, now, has included within its “perks,” a flashier undertone to its purpose and is seen as a social commodity. The 21st generation has transformed the usage of cellular phones, entirely!
We have noticed the increase of mobile phones since its global premiere in the early 2000s and, even after its novelty has worn off, the amount of cellular phones has tripled and are now a necessity and accessory to our everyday lives. Mobile devices have become so advanced since its initial years and have even incorporated social networking platforms, electronic mailing and applications to transmit information to one another within their layout. This type of technological progression has steadily detonated the sense of community in public settings, because what was once a private conversation has now transferred into communal zones.