“SweetSexySavage” Kehlani album review

“SweetSexySavage” Kehlani album review By Patrick Hill @pathill17 @NeonRenMagazine Young R&B songstress Kehlani Ashley Parrish 21, born in Oakland California dropped her debut album “SweetSexySavage” this week. Kehlani sited Lauryn Hill, Erykah Badu, and Jill Scott among influences. She was once part of a local pop cover band called “PopLyfe.” The group audition on the sixth season of America’s Got Talent which later finished fourth … Continue reading “SweetSexySavage” Kehlani album review

JUANY: Story 1 (Reader Advisory)

JUANY Story  1: Mission Plans By: Juan Carlos Diaz         June 17, 1998 10:25 AM           The shrill of the house phone seem to bounce off ever wall of the first floor of my house as I ate my customary bowl of Corn Flakes that morning. Letting the cereal in my bowl become soggy, I couldn’t help fell … Continue reading JUANY: Story 1 (Reader Advisory)

The Hood’s banshee (poem)

  The Hood’s banshee Poem by Juan Carlos Diaz     Wilmington, Delaware’s row homes are two hundred-year-old Giants. A gun lets out the scream of the hood’s banshee. A hustler’s soul is caught between her teeth as the temple that Once housed the man’s soul lies limply at the feet of the row homes’   Painting by Roy ferdinand Continue reading The Hood’s banshee (poem)

Short Stories (Disclaimer)

Dear Readers,   We are proud to introduce a category dedicated to short stories created by authors, writers, and you. This category is for the readers to explore the minds of talented writers who have or have not written a novel. It is going to be our tradition moving forward to encourage you to support upcoming  authors and writers. It is not an easy task … Continue reading Short Stories (Disclaimer)

Color Blind (Web Series)

(Episode 1.1 – Welcome To The Big Leagues) Trey and Xavier “Xay” Williams are brothers, who are both struggling to make ends meet especially when it comes to taking care of their families and the family business, but while Trey returns to the fighting scenes, Xay decides to take another route. Written and Directed: Karlton T. Clay Feature Picture: Tina- Chris Williams Producer: Terrence Williams … Continue reading Color Blind (Web Series)

National Endowment for the Art could be federally cut

National Endowment for the Art could be federally cut By Patrick Hill @Pathill17 @NeonRenMagazine     Little history about NEA, it was established by Congress in 1965. National Endowment for The Art is an independent federal agency that funds and supports art of America. NEA gives Americans the opportunity to participate in the arts, exercise their imaginations, and develop their creativity.  This is all from … Continue reading National Endowment for the Art could be federally cut

Our advertisement beta

  Dear: Readers & Businesses   As you may know, we started this magazine to help local, out of state, and international artists to be recognize for their work. We knew exactly how to do it and where we should do it. Our idea for this magazine is to be a platform for art. We also wanted to help businesses as well as event/concert promoters. … Continue reading Our advertisement beta

YouTube Creator Review: Karlton Clay

YouTube Creator Review: Karlton Clay By Patrick Hill @Pathill17 @NeonRenMagazine     We introduce this article to shed light to creators who share a passion of creating art through visual work. With a platform like YouTube, billions of people are using the platform to showcase their visual work, and talent. It is a great place for filmmakers to showcase film. A great place for actors … Continue reading YouTube Creator Review: Karlton Clay

In Theaters Tomorrow (1/20/2017)

In Theaters (01/20/2017) By Patrick Hill    @Pathill17 @NeonRenMagazine   In theaters tomorrow brings a blockbuster film and Oscar worthy films. Some of the movies maybe limited in theaters. By that, it won’t be in theaters as long but it will be digital release on digital platforms. Now if you are planning to go out and would like to know what is new in theaters; … Continue reading In Theaters Tomorrow (1/20/2017)

XXX: Return of Xander Cage Review

XXX: Return of Xander Cage Review By Patrick Hill @Pathill17 @NeonRenMagazine Vin Diesel returns to the XXX franchise after fifth teen years since we last saw him. He revises the role of Xander Cage for which he left off since 2002. Remember XXX: State of the Union with Ice Cube; there was a moment where Gibbons (Samuel L. Jackson) told Darius Stone (Ice Cube) that … Continue reading XXX: Return of Xander Cage Review