Coffee’s influence on pop culture is a pairing this webzine is committed to tracking. Recently, well known celebrities have infused coffee into their personal culture and art. From music, travel and a simple lifestyle series, this week’s culture cooler looks at how two guys and a lady are bringing the culture to coffee.
On Friday, April 17, singer Kelly Rowland released “COFFEE”, a song, with two minutes and eleven seconds of run time.
The R&B slow jam tells the story of love and how its brought two people together, who can weather a storm, any storm. The first word in the song is rightly coffee, and as its lyric and verse unfolds, details when, how and with whom to have coffee. The lyrics also sensually parallel the effects of coffee to the singers love, because who can really put a good cup down.
Wedding day that.
2.A Cup of Joe
The term has been around, comes around and goes around. A Cup of Joe refers to a cup of coffee, a long-standing popular women’s’ lifestyle site and now to one famous Jonas brother. Joe Jonas is launching a travel show called “Cup of Joe” on Quibi, a new pay for streamer ushering in short from stories and at many times quick content from some of the worlds ‘well known humans. In the time it takes for you to enjoy a cup of joe, Joe Jonas hopes to entertain you along with a group of friends as he travels the world. Premieres April 27.
Where shall we go, post COVID_19 first?
3.Coffee with Colton
Don’t call it a show or do.
The once Bachelor star has turned to coffee and weekly guests for his new app show, Coffee with Colton. For those familiar with some of the independent content creators in the specialty coffee sphere, there’s father, photographer, coffee lover Jeff Newton – founder of Americano Mondays – a media platform inspired by coffee culture.
Newton is the inaugural guest of Understood for the first show on AllSocial.com. The talks include conversations over coffee, including closeups of beans, brewed coffee, filters, drippers you name it. But mostly, look for intimate talks that reveal each guests purpose, passion and identity according to Underwood’s opening before airing the fist talk. New episodes drop every Sunday.
V60 coming right up, minus the milk.