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Is Eminem Waging War with the Reigning Queen of LGBT?

Eminem may want to think twice about his public homophobia from here on out.  Upon his elevation to superstardom, Eminem became known amongst the most controversial rappers for his slander against pop artists and the gay community.  In a now different atmosphere than ten years ago when he began, his anti-gay lyrics seem to be … Continue reading

Transitions: A Letter From a Broken Heart

Every day, I wake up and fall asleep to the same thought: ‘Why does it have to hurt so bad?’  Growing up, I never thought of love like this.  I’ve seen my mother go through hell and back, beginning with my father and ending with her last (as she’s currently engaged.)  I remember damn near … Continue reading

For All The Nervous & Trembling

Why, oh why Gave you several years of my life And it just ain’t right What’s your perception of love Now, how many times did we say it was over And how many times did we not leave There’s no sense in this love hangover Please come back to me Cuz I can’t forget your … Continue reading

For all the Single Ladies

Up in the club, we just broke up I’m doing my own little thing Decided to dip and now you wanna trip Cause another brother noticed me I’m up on him, he up on me Don’t pay him any attention Just cried my tears, for three good years Ya can’t be mad at me Cause … Continue reading

Introducing Tracee Owo

Tracee Owo, a Nigerian-American singer-songwriter and model from DC is releasing her first promo single, “LayAway” with Kapitol Productions.  Pleading against the trials that come along with a complacent lover, Tracee (who both wrote and arranged the song herself,) proves her talent through both her vocals and lyrical skill that will cling to any heart … Continue reading

Revolutionary Gangsta Rap

Just the other day, I was tweeting about my love for Rick Ross’ new album “Teflon Don” when this interaction occurred: I didn’t mind the comment at all, instead, it triggered a further contemplation of “coke” aka gangsta rap for me.  I’m a person who takes pride in the fact that I don’t know every … Continue reading

All Miguel Wants Is You

Miguel is a fresh breath of air to today’s R&B. He is not one to disappoint, if you are a true fan of R&B.

For Artist’s SAKE!

What is art? I’ve been asked this question thousands of times from the start of my high school career (at a performing & visual arts school) throughout the time I’ve spent thus-far in a liberal arts college. For me, I think of art in terms of musicians. What is it that you’re creating? Why? What … Continue reading

Before They Were Stars: Aaliyah

  Today marks the 9th year of the fatal airplane crash that lead to Aaliyah and 8 others death in the Bahamas after they filmed the music video for “Rock The Boat.” I decided to do a special “Before They Were Stars” in her honor. She truly was a talented individual with a big voice … Continue reading

Spoken Sunday: Zora Howard

Zora Howard is a Harlem native who is attending Yale University this year and is New York City’s first Youth Poet Laureate. Zora performed her poem “Bi-Racial Hair” when she was 13 years old at the Urban Word NYC Teen Poetry Slam in 2006. It was the first poem I saw her perform and I … Continue reading