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SZA "Ice Moon"

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Emerging R&B talent frolics in the forest

Her name may be inspired by the Wu Tang Clan, but SZA's sound is anything but hardcore '90s rap. "Ice Moon" is a lush, gauzy piece of future-R&B, and now it has a some appropriate visuals to pair with the production. In the video, the New Jersey-bred, St. Louis-based singer traipses through through a woodland like some sort of new school Alice in Wonderland. The whole thing is pretty and......read more

SZA "Babylon"

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Baptismal video self-directed by upstart LA chanteuse

SZA has released a video for her latest track "Babylon," which will be included on her debut album Z. The clip, directed by APLUSFILMZ and SZA herself, finds the vocalist casually disrobing before submerging herself in a pond, while singing about being crucified. The baptismal visuals are an appropriate fit for the singer's breathy vocals, as well as for the the gurgling, brain-melting......read more

SZA feat. Isaiah Rashad "Warm Winds"

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Rapper joins SZA in the country for hazy, lo-fi vid

Following on the heels of her provocative, self-directed "Babylon" video, SZA has shared a new clip, this time featuring her TDE labelmate, Isaiah Rashad. The "Warm Winds" video, again co-directed by by APLUSFILMZ, adds blissed-out visuals to the soulful track, capturing SZA and Isaiah frolicking among tall grass and flowers on a dirt lane in the country. A soft-focus, washed out effect adds......read more

The Big SHFT: Tom Szaky, TerraCycle CEO

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In our new series with Ford, we meet the genial upcycling innovator who turns trash into profit

Tom Szaky is the quintessential eco-entrepreneur. While a freshman at Princeton, Szaky founded a company that recycles garbage into plant fertilizer, then packages it in discarded soda bottles. Fast forward five years, and TerraCycle Plant Food is available in every Home Depot, Target, Wal-Mart, and more than 3000 other locations. Today, TerraCycle is finding new uses for trash, creating products......read more

Tom Szaky: Large Retailers Hold Key to Change

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One of our Big SHFT subjects discusses the need for eco-preneurs to expand their vision

Tom Szaky for the Huffington Post: Since a young age, I knew I wanted to be an entrepreneur. I started my first company -- a Web design firm -- at age 14. But quickly my focus turned to a much more universal problem -- garbage. Garbage has since become my life's work and what I am known around the world for -- at least in some circles! As the CEO of an environmentally focused company, I end up......read more

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