Fly Interview: Charlie Hunnam & Djimon Hounsou Talks ‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’ with SFPL

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SFPL‘s Co-Creator & Editor, Gabriel Williams recently sat down with the stars of King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, Charlie Hunnam and Djimon Hounsou to talk about the action-packed film hitting theaters on Friday, May 12.

Directed by Guy Ritchie, who brings his dynamic style to the epic fantasy action adventure — Charlie and Djimon both tapped into their experience and explained special moments while filming and more. Also, the storyline itself tells a compelling overall story about dealing with life obstacles, facing fears, dealing with the death of loved ones, growing up without a family, hardship, and so much more.

Djimon speaks on the challenges that were displayed in the film:

The relatable fact about this story is that we can all identify with a kid that was raised in a brothel, bunch of women, and didn’t have a father, didn’t have a mother — actually, halfway on the streets, and we now follow his life experience all the way to the throne.

Djimon also gave important gems about staying healthy and fit.

Charlie spoke on the physical process of the film:

I wanted to be very very lean. It was a combination watching a diet and keeping a really clean diet. I also wanted to be fast on my feet. When you lift a lot of weights you get swollen and slow. I think the key is body weight, i.e calisthenics.

Check out the full interview above.


In 3D and 2D in select theaters on May 12. (Warner Bros. Pictures/Village Roadshow Pictures)


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SFPL LIVE: LeA Robinson and Darnell Roy Talks ‘First Family of Hip Hop’

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Bravo TV‘s First Family of Hip Hop‘s LeA Robinson and Darnell Roy stopped by Stuff Fly People Like‘s new series SFPL LIVE via Facebook. The brother and sister duo talked about their family legacy, individual projects, music, aiming to run Sugar Hill Records, life after MTV‘s Sweet 16 and more.



Both LeA and Darnell are currently in the studio working on their future projects.

Darnell’s new single/visual “Not So Low Key” featuring Velous is out now.

LeA’s project S.A.Y. (Songs About You) is due out soon. The first official single in anticipation of her musical body of work, “Hey Young Boy” will be out next week.


Check out the full interview above.

Catch ‘First Family of Hip Hop’ on Sundays at 9/8c on Bravo.

Photo Credit: Bernard “Beanz” Smalls

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FLY Events Last Night in NYC

Last Night In NYC: “STAR” Shines at VIP Screening

This week, FOX continued its promo tour of screenings for the upcoming series STARco-created by Lee Daniels and Tom Donaghy.


On Wednesday, FOX teamed up with ASCAP Urban to present a special screening and holiday showcase at Helen Mills Event Space in New York City. Over 200 press and influencers attended the swanky affair, which was hosted by media personality Gia Peppers and featured performances by recording artists Solo Woods, Topaz Jones and Liana Banks. DJ Max October provided sounds all night as attendees mixed and mingled in the sparkly gold-decorated space. Special guests included Mona Scott-Young, Keith Clinkscales, Len Burnett and media reps from The YBF, ESSENCE, The Root, BET, StuffFlyPeopleLike, NBC News, Complex and more.

Don’t miss the special preview of “STAR” airing Wednesday, December 14 on FOX after the fall finale EMPIRE at 8PM ET/PT.

“Like” STAR on Facebook at Follow the series on Twitter @STAR and join the discussion by using #Star. See photos and videos on Instagram by following @STARonFOX.

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Fly Interview: Singer Mario Talks New Single & Album, Growth, Being An Independent Artist & more with SFPL TV

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Singer/Songwriter Mario is back in action with a new single entitled “I Need More” and a brand new album on the way titled Paradise Cove, which is set to drop at the top of the year 2017.

Recently, the “Let Me Love You” talent stopped by SFPL TV to talk about his hiatus from the music industry since his last official 2009 album D.N.A., personal growth, finding himself, now being an independent artist since leaving his label home and parting ways with J Records, and much more.

Take a look at the full interview above.


SFPL Exclusive Interview: Yandy Smith-Harris & Bianca Bonnie

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With all the drama of the Season 5 Reunion of VH1’s Love & Hip Hop Atlanta ..


We’ve really been missing our friendlier favorite reality personalities like our fly brown beauty, Yandy Smith-Harris of Love & Hip Hop New York.

We caught up with Yandy and her protegee/mentee, Bianca Bonnie to talk about how they met, this season of #LHHNY and what’s up next for the dynamic duo!

Check out our interview below.

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-Stay Fly!

Entertainment Fly Acoustics Live Performances Music

**Premiere** Fly Acoustics: Singer Tweet Talks New Album ‘Charlene’, 8-Year Hiatus, Performs Single “Won’t Hurt Me” & more


After a very long music hiatus, our favorite songbird is back and ready to deliver!

Singer/Songwriter Tweet, stopped by Stuff Fly People Like‘s premiere of Fly Acoustics, a music series where artists get personal, share past & present experiences, all while presenting new music, and delivering a LIVE acoustic performance to media conglomerates and fans on-site.

While kicking the segment off, Tweet spoke on why she took time off:

I have been preparing myself for this moment, just getting myself together spiritually after the second album didn’t go too well — I decided to take a break and kinda get my life spiritually together. So, in that I rededicated myself to Christ — so he would orchestrate everything that’s happening now. And, I also signed to a couple of labels, and it just didn’t work out.

Since her last 2005 album, It’s Me Again, Tweet followed up with a new EP 8-years later entitled Simply Tweet.

Tweet’s new forthcoming album Charlene (Jan. 2016) gives us a journey through her written diary, sharing the up and downs of life, and what she was going through within the hiatus.


Tweet also talks about wanting to get back to “real soul music,” that makes you think, that speaks of liberation for women, and just simply that “good feeling.” She even speaks of perhaps doing a full Gospel album one day, per request from her aunt, Juanita before she passed away.

Check out the FULL visual of our very own, ‘Fly Acoustics’ below with a special performance from Tweet of new single “Won’t Hurt Me”:

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Tweet’s album ‘Charlene’ drops on January 22, 2016, just a day after her birthday.

We’d like to thank Tweet for kicking off ‘Fly Acoustics’ for us! It was an amazing moment!

Follow Tweet

Twitter: @Ms_Hummingbird

Instagram: @Tweet_

Fashion Stuff Fly People Like

We Like: Stay Warm And Comfortable with Converse Chuck Taylor All Star ’70 Wetsuit Collection


Today, CONVERSE Inc. announces the new Converse Chuck Taylor All Star ‘70 “Wetsuit” Collection created to help combat the temperamental seasonal weather in style. The sneakers are released in two color-ways on the classic high-top model and draw creative references from protective, functional wetsuits that were developed in the 1970s, designed to keep surfers and divers warm and comfortable in cold water.

The weather ready silhouettes are offered in black and aquatic blue with a contemporary neoprene upper, that reveals a subtle “seal skin” graphic print texture on closer inspection. Technical features include an innovative, seam-sealed heel stay with fuzzed vertical zippers to allow easy on-off action, and a gusseted tongue. Gloss ankle patches, midsoles and toecaps compliment the look, as well as heavyweight black laces and yellow accent pops.

Converse First String is a limited-edition collection that celebrates craftsmanship, authenticity and collaboration at the highest level. The Converse Chuck Taylor All Star ‘70 “Wetsuit” Collection will be available for purchase starting Friday, October 30, 2015 at Converse flagship stores in the US, on, and select premium retailers worldwide. They will retail for a SRP of $120 USD.

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We Like: Converse Chuck Taylor All Star ’70 Space Collection



Today, Converse Inc. announces the launch of the Converse First String Chuck Taylor All Star ‘70 Space Collection. The sneakers, based on the iconic Converse silhouette originally created in the 1970s, take inspiration from intergalactic space travel and significant events in space that occurred during that historical decade.


The Converse Chuck Taylor All Star ‘70 Space Collection is offered in two vibrant colorways.  The black and white version honors astronauts that have traveled to the moon, with distinct 3M reflective pops that signify the lustrous details on the exterior of a spacecraft. Graphics inspired by rocket ships cover the upper, while a ribbed toecap is added for durability and the outsole is finished in a translucent, marbled gray.


The second sneaker in the collection is inspired by the splash down balloons that helped astronauts re-enter the earth’s atmosphere safely from space. Premium features include a multi-beige nylon upper with welded print detail, a leather toecap and a translucent marbled blue outsole. The heel is debossed with location coordinates from a historical moment that took place in the Pacific Ocean.

Converse First String is a limited-edition collection that celebrates craftsmanship, authenticity and collaboration at the highest level. The Converse Chuck Taylor All Star ‘70 Space Collection will be available starting this Friday, October 23rd for a suggested retail price of $120 USD at Converse retail stores, select first string retailers and online at


Entertainment Music

SFPL Exclusive Music Premiere: Spade – “I’m That”


Spade: spād/

1. (noun) A tool with a sharp-
edge, for digging or piercing.

2. (verb) To penetrate. To cut into.

R&B Sensation, SPADE, debuts his new, infectious single, “I’M THAT” here exclusively on Stuff Fly People Like. The single was written by Spade himself and fredthewriter.

“My dad plays multiple instruments, produced and engineered so I was always around the studio and music. I always felt it was in my blood.”

“I’m That”, featuring a pulsating and catchy rhythmic beat along with the smooth and sultry vocals that Spade is known for, is projected to place him on the map and into the spotlight in the R&B realm. As a BGV for some amazing artists like, Lyfe Jennings, Mack Wilds, and Jason Derulo, Spade has toured all over the world and is tremendously prepared to transition from BGV to the Superstar he is destined to be.

Take a listen below:

Spade will celebrate the release with a live performance of “I’m That” plus a plethora of new material on Tuesday, November 24th at Rockwood Music Hall in NYC.

Spade’s new project (Live|Love|Life vol.) is coming soon.

Follow Spade

Instagram: @SpadeMusic

Facebook: /CardsNeverLie

Twitter: @SpadeMuzik

Entertainment Fly Reviews

The Fly Review: The Tunsy App



Tunsy is the new wave for the ultimate online shopping experience.

This app introduces us to personal shopping gone mobile, something similar to mobile banking but for the fashionable — like us! Providing great features like a built-in check out process for just about any brand and retailer imaginable. Most importantly showing us we can use our own preferences in retailer, price point and discount to get those fab finds in our closet. If that’s not enough their speedy online customer service team is able to help all from within the app.