The Founder’s Guide to the Long Weekend 6/30-7/4

There are more lists than we can count telling you all of the fun things to do this weekend but this list is for those of us still in the office. Your hustle  doesn’t go unnoticed! 


We get it. Staying in and working during a long weekend isn’t ideal but at least there’s some great music out this week to power you through. Here is what we’re listening to in #Playlist

Calvin Harris

‘Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1’

PSA: This album may make you leave your workstation and find the nearest beach party. This latest album from Calvin Harris has half of the music industry on it and is full of summer anthems. We do not envy the guy who had to choose the singles for this album.

Features: Frank Ocean, Migos, ScHoolboy Q, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Young Thug, Pharrell, Ariana Grande, Future, Khalid, Travis Scott, A-Trak, Snoop Dogg, John Legend, Nicki Minaj, Katy Perry, Kehlani, Lil Yachty, Jessie Reyez

Jay Z


Jay Z proves that he still has it with his 13th studio album. This is certainly the most personal and political we’ve seen him. He only has 2 features on this project but Damian Marley and Frank Ocean are all he needed. We hear him address the latest drama with Kanye West and even responds to the Lemonade rumors. He may be 47 years old but this is everything you could ever want from a Jay Z album. Get the Tidal trial. It’s worth it.


If you need to step away from your computer for a few hours this weekend (Please do), There are more than enough Hollywood blockbusters out this week to choose from. Trade in the 15 inch macbook screen for the big screen for a couple of hours and check out some of our favorites from the #Movies&TV channel.

Baby Driver:

Edgar Wright’s thriller boasts a star studded cast and feels like one of the most original films we’ve seen in years. The film currently holds a 98% Rotten Tomatoes rating if you don’t want to take our word for it.

Despicable Me 3:

Steve Carell doubles as Gru and his twin brother Dru alongside everyone’s favorite minions for the third installment of Despicable Me.

The House:
SNL favorites Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler combine forces for a suburban satire that is sure to be nothing short of hilarious.

Want some more suggestions? Ask us in the app. Have a happy holiday and keep grinding!