X.O Senavoe Rocks RED HOT Pants at ‘Bless the Mic Event’

This feature is an appreciation of industry people whose style sense gets me creatively excited and dreaming colors, fabrics, feel of fabrics, beautiful silhouettes and more fashion!

Lol! at my headline. Loooool! The pants are hot though. I would rock them. Indeed it is an interesting pairing by X.O Senavoe at his recently completed ‘Bless the Mic’ event.’ Look at the details on his pinstripe fitted blazer/jacket. The red handkerchief to match. The “bruh” is really stepping up his style game. Those pants are also screaming “I AM AN ENTERTAINER.” Looks like Senavoe is refining and polishing his image overall. I see you Mr. Senavoe (says “Senavoe” in X.O’s rap voice). I am yet to hear his latest delivery but I presume with all the stage performances he has been doing of late, appearances etc. he has gotten better. reports on Senavoe’s event and has a lot more pictures to share.

By the way, is there an XO Music Group/XO Nation label? I googled ‘XO Nation’ and a newly formed music group stared back at me.



Photocredit: XO Nation

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