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(Los Angeles, CA) October 4, 2019 – Award winning, Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum rapper, father, and community activist She’yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, also known as, 21 Savage received the Courageous Luminaries Award from the National Immigration Law Center for outstanding work in the fight against the attacks on targeted immigrant communities. About the Award: In the months after his unlawful […]

21 Savage Received the Courageous Luminaries Award for His Work ...



Yes, the headline is correct. The official photos aren’t published yet, but the photos seen below were posted on Instagram by photographer Steven Klein. Klein, being 52, should have used better judgement in being a part of this photoshoot, but Vogue should have better sense than to ever create this […]

Apparently, Vogue Decided To Mimic #BlackLivesMatter with #HotLivesMatter Photoshoot



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2016 had us taking a seat at the table, while drinking lemonade. #BlackGirlMagic & #CareFreeBlackBoy  became extremely popular hashtags in 2016, it’s the year where some real music came back, not just in their respective genres, but music for the culture, for the movement. “Now Michelle Alexander wrote the new constitution/ Beyoncé […]

2016: The Year Of Blackness In Music


Beyoncé’s “Lemonade” has been on repeat for millions of people since its debut in late April, but the music and visual component of the album have a much deeper meaning than just music.  Beyoncé first caused controversy when she released the video and performed her song “Formation” at the Super […]

Why Beyoncé’s Lemonade & VMA Performance Is An Important Representation ...