Born in India and later emigrated to the USA at the age of 17, Nitin Khanna is an eminent personality in the world of top CEOs in the US. He started small as a co-founder of Saber Corporation and went on to become a CEO of other established companies such as Merger Tech and Cura Cannabis. He is also a distinguished philanthropist who sits on a range of advisory boards of TiE Oregon, The Classic Wines Auction, Free wire Broad bank, and Vend screen amongst others. He credits his amassed experience and expertise, timely strategizing and negotiation skills, passion and culture for service of others for the far he has gotten in his career. To date, he is still looked upon by many upcoming entrepreneurs in Portland and even beyond.
Beyond the business space, the Nitin effect is also felt in the cultural realm. He has an interest and knack for the film industry that has seen him produce two highly acclaimed documentary films: What Lies Upstream and Terms and Conditions. The former provides an insight into the world of big data, technological corporation, and privacy concerns. The later in which he worked with Cullen Hoback, a renowned filmmaker, provides an eye into the activities of government and corporate and how they trickle down to affect the public. He details how crises like Flint water and Elk River Chemical Spill were orchestrated by corporates and how the government took no action, and the public suffered severely.
Building on his love for wine, Nitin’s entrepreneurial toes are also immersed in the wine industry where he has produced his own label: Pinot Noir. He also sits on the wine actions and tastings boards which have given him a platform to network further and identity more opportunities for business.
Nitin’s diverse business portfolio highlights the broader purpose of an entrepreneur which goes beyond economic production. It also underscores the role model function whereby the entrepreneur impacts positively on the progress of the society on both social and business fronts. IFurthermore, it emphasizes the focus of creativity and strategy in identifying opportunities to invest in.
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2013 launched the careers of Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart, better known as The Chainsmokers, when they released a self-proclaimed “annoying ass record” #Selfie. While #Selfie hit the Top 20 on Billboard, peaking at number 16, it received mixed reviews. Still, it garnered much attention and the song hit the charts in several countries and the success, albeit unexpected, prompted the release of the band’s first EP Bouquet in 2015 with the leadoff single aptly called Roses.
The Chainsmokers continued to turn heads and garner attention putting out single after single and joining forces to collaborate with some of the biggest names on the music scene. There were projects with Daya, Swedish singer Charlee and the number one Platinum hit Closer with Halsey. They started selling out notable venues such as Red Rocks and winning awards including two American Music Awards.
Now five years later the EDM DJ duo are continuing to consistently put out hit singles and change the landscape of music. Only three months into 2018 The Chainsmokers have released two new singles starting with Sick Boy in January and Everybody Hates Me which dropped last week. The new songs take a darker view of life in the limelight, showing the frustration and anger towards the world at large from The Chainsmokers viewpoint.
Part of the appeal of The Chainsmokers is their ability to catapult their success across multiple musical genres including pop, hip-hop, and dance. It’s not surprising to note that the band takes inspiration from a variety of fellow musicians citing Blink 182, Taylor Swift and Taking Back Sunday as strong influences.
What comes next for Taggart and Pall? They want to continue pushing the envelope and creating new sounds. Settling has never been an option for them and multiple new singles are set to be launched this year. No matter what happens, you can bet that The Chainsmokers will continue to blaze new ground and set fire to what came before.
From AC/DC to Taylor Swift to Kenny Chesney, there are many great concert tours coming out this summer. So, how do you decide which ones to go to, and which ones to skip? Kelly Clarkson, Drake, Fall Out Boy and many more are also going out on tour, and it is bound to be an epic summer. Those who are lucky enough to see any of the bands on tour are going to have the time of their lives.
There are so many great bands going out on tour, and it is going to be a music-packed summer. Those at Gravity4
expect to go to a few. 2015 has been a great year for music thus far, and apparently it is going to continue to be.
If you could go to any one concert this summer, which would it be? For me, I would pick Taylor Swift. I have always wanted to go to one of her concerts, and her 1989 World Tour sounds like it is starting off great.
The career of Icelandic pop star Bjork has taken many different directions and influences that have marked her out as an individual performer in a period where this is not often seen. A career retrospective at New York’s Museum of Modern Art looks back at the life and work of the singer through the artifacts she has collected over her career, Rolling Stone reports. The planned exhibition will open March 8 2015 and take in a variety of aspects from her career, including the amazing costumes that have been a highlight of her public appearances, including the Oscars swan dress.
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, live performances will mark the opening of the event, which curator Klaus Biesenbach hopes will show where Bjork has come to in her career in 2015 and not simply be a retrospective of what has taken place. Working closely with Bjork has seen MOMA look to incorporate music and sound into the exhibition as much as possible to reflect the fact Bjork is primarily a musician.
Nicki Minaj is has been very devious this year. She has become the new sex symbol with a host of singles and dirty talk that would make rappers blush. That is why the “PinkPrint” may be a bit of a surprise to many. It stills has the potent punchlines and sex talk that fans are used to, but this album brings out another side of Nicki Minaj. This may be the first album where she has talked about her pain.
Fans appreciate this look inside her diary. Sam Tabar learned quite a bit. On Crunchbase, she received some quality praise as well. It was obvious that Nicki was taking the album in a very different direction when she released “Bed of Lies” featuring Skylar Grey. This track was personal, and that may be why she released it so close to the release of the full album. To go from “Anaconda” to “Bed of Lies” is a big extreme, but Nicki manages to pull it off well.
The critics are chiming in, and it apparently pays for Nicki to get personal. Nicki speaks on a child that she lost as well as a cousin that was murdered. No one expected all of these demons to hunt someone that has presented nothing but confidence in the rap world.
Billy Corgan and Jeff Schroeder of the Smashing Pumpkins enlisted Rage Against the Machine drummer Brad Wilk and Killers bass player Mark Stoermer for an intense two-hour set in New York to celebrate the release of Monuments of an Elegy.
In mixing tracks from the new album with their old hits, they found that though the crowd preferred the old familiar songs, Corgan was more into the performance when performing his newer material.
Though the audience was more excited about the older songs and our campus president Jonathan Veitch said he even shouted out requests, the band geared the show more towards the newer songs from Monuments of an Elegy, signifying that they are less focused on the past songs that got them where they are and more interested in what will come next.
Coldplay fans are not interested in hearing it, but there is a lot of talk that the next Coldplay album may be the last one. Group leader Chris Martin stated that the last album may be it for Coldplay on a BBC interview with Zane Lowe.
They already have a title for the next album. This album will be called “Head Full of Dreams.” This will be album number 7 – a number commonly associated with completion – for Coldplay. The group has been around for a long time and millions of fans have been interested in what Coldplay have given the world. The heartfelt melodies on the latest Coldplay album have provided the group with a string of hits, but music sales have really slumped worldwide. There have not been many people selling records in 2014. One Direction and Taylor Swift seemed to be the only ones that are really movies units.
Chris did go further to say that he didn’t want to rule out another album, but he seemed almost certain that the group would disband after “A Head Full of Dreams.” It is a sad day for fans of the band like Brian Torchin. The good news is it is very possible that Chris Martin is looking for a chance to create a signature solo sound.