Omar Victor Diop: Photography Unparalleled

I was pleasantly caught off guard by the power in these images.  I held my breath and failed to inhale.  I found my way onto Omar Victor Diop’s website by clicking a link from an article I read.  I was mesmerized.  The images are palpable, they seem to penetrate your aura and leave you wanting to […]

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Colin Kaepernick is Exceedingly Empowering

Not talking football and the NFL here! (smiley face).  I want to showcase what Colin Kaepernick stands for, albeit kneeling during the National Anthem.  It was a courageous and hugely inspirational stand-up moment in the history of activism.  I admire and think he is a profound gentleman.  To say something in the manner with which he […]

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Val Jeanty: A Powerful Spirit

  Few people in the world bring something different, stamped with an originality that can’t be compared.  I guarantee you’ve never seen or heard anything like the presence and sound of Haitian artist Val Jeanty known as VAL-INC.  She has been mesmerizing audiences around the world for some time, her RESUME is long, her artistry […]

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how much am i lovin’ the brand new Arrested Development song and video

Always been a fan and always will be a fan of Arrested Development.  This new song/video In 1 Day (Whole World Changed) is so fresh and needed at this time.  Arrested Development has always been able to say something strong and keep the groove going. This track makes you dance, think and smile while making you […]

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Black Hair: A Modern Day Controversy

These days I find I can continuously ask myself this question “Why is black hair such an issue?” After all,  it is an unquestionable natural state.  My hair doesn’t grow out of my head straight, it grows out of my head frizzy, somewhat curly and nappy.  That is a definitive fact.  My ten year old […]

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Ajamu Kojo –an Artist We Should All Know

It’s funny because Ajamu is a person that was a little on the periphery of my circle.  I was much closer to his wife and good friend which happened to be my best friend.  We have come to know a little bit more about each other since I left Brooklyn and ventured to Los Angeles. […]

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A Blurb of Respect for Solange Knowles

  I never expected to write anything about Solange.  I’ve always admired her from afar but kept my distance as a fan.  Her fashion bedazzled me and on occasion, I would wish myself into her closet so I could snatch pretty much all of her clothes.  I kept hearing so much about the new album […]

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Event: A Sucker Emcee by Craig ‘Mums’ Grant @ National Black Theatre

This is not to be missed! Ticket Info A Sucker Emcee Written & Performed by Craig ‘muMs’ Grant Directed by Jenny Koons Music by Rich Medina APRIL 26 – 30, 2017 2031-33 National Black Theatre Way New York, NY 10035 PH: 212-722-3800 $25 in advance $35 at the door Infused with hip-hop, slam poetry and […]

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