All I will say is judging by the pics, this show reminded me of a concentration camp of refugees for the fashionably ill. I don’t get his artist vision period. Some people in the fashion world may appreciate these very basic threads and outfits – all in the name of Kanye, but I say stick to rapping.
The wife – Kim Kardashian West
Baby North, Kourney & Kendall
Bruce Caitlin Jenner, Kris Jenner, Lamar Odom Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Kim Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, Kourtney Kardashian. (No Rob)
Kanye with North & Busta Rhymes
What do you think?
Beyoncé has become publicly in tune with her blackness, and has been giving us the audio and visual display to prove it. On the heel of the SUPERBOWL 50 controversy, she has put out a 8 minute mini documentary of her “Precious Lord” performance that was oddly somewhat stolen from Ledisi, as she was the singer in the Film “Selma”. The jury is still out on the Ledisi shade 😒 but Beyoncé highjacked the song and sang it, and tells us the song has special meaning to her and her family as she recalls her mother singing the Mahalia Jackson version when she was a young girl.
I’m a bit undecided as to why she chose the most softest spoken men for this documentary. Perhaps with the intent to give off the black men are non threatening and vulnerable vibe, which of course many are, but a good mix of that along with some deep strong voices, and bold masculinity wouldn’t have hurt either. I’m just saying. We are a wide range of people, all experiencing injustices and discrimination on various levels.
Give it a watch as she sings the old negro spiritual with an all male choir, giving us the back story and meaning of this song and how it still resonates today.
I pride myself on being a superior judge of talent 😁 and when I came across O’Hene Savànt, I was awe struck and amazed. He’s a producer, composer, writer and rapper. This multi talented Ghanaian, will knock your socks off with his undeniable talent. He’s light years beyond what’s being played on the radio today, and he can create any musical genre and era of music as a one man band.
When I moved to the ATL I had no team, but I didn’t let that stop me or slow me down. I have BIG dreams that I will bring to life no matter what. I won’t be stopped. We won’t be stopped. – O’Hene Savànt
I discovered him on Facebook and was instantly impressed, and blown away by his genius. Enjoy the video below with a sample of some of his music, and check out his YouTube channel also. I assure you you won’t be disappointed.
RocNation Artist Rita Ora has had very little buzz lately. No new album to speak of, so what better way to get some shine and headlines by going topless for LUI Magazine. She will cover the February issue which was shot by Bad Boy photographer Terry Richardson. She’s seen wearing a black leather mini skirt, and wide open denim button down shirt.
Maybe we’ll get a album soon too.
Nothing sexier than a conscious black man. Nick Cannon wrote a heavy spoken word poem about many of the ills affecting the black community. Current issues with discrimination, mass incarceration, mass murders by police and historically we as people are royalty. Have a listen below and please share. Awareness is key. Fight the power. Take the power. ✊🏿
He was a street kid who wanted fame. He was homeless and living with random friends when he was discovered and skyrocketed to the height of the art world, rated with other talented artist like Andy Warhol, whom he became great friends with. The law of attraction was real when it came to Jean Michele Basquiat. He was a unique, creative individual and you see it in every piece of work he produced. Unfortunately, he died at the young age of 27 due to a Heroin overdose. His work, however, will live on forever.
I refer to him as the Tupac of the art because at a young age he was able to make and leave a everlasting, and impressionable mark with his Art. Like Pac, his talent seemed beyond his years on this Earth. Jean Michele Basquiat is considered a Artistic genius, like Tupac is lyrically.
This post is a tribute to the late Artist, and a testimony to believe in what you want out of life, and never give up. Visualize what you want, believe you will have it, and the universe will respond accordingly. You have to truly believe in yourself.