To be black in America is to struggle but what happens when the fight is too much to bear?Read More Our Dreams Pulled Up Like Weeds: Desensitized In the Information Age
Some see “Solo: A Star Wars Story” as a sign of trouble for the storied franchise. I question if this is much ado about nothing or if their concerns are valid.Read More Aren’t You A Little Short For A Prequel?
Are we just lip-servicing each other about women equality to death or are we really about making actual change?Read More Do You Care About Women Or Not? Make Up Your Damn Mind.
With a new album on the horizon, I ask some trusted folks on their thoughts on Kanye West and where do we go from here.Read More Are We Really Over Kanye?
Who’s the crab and what’s the barrel? A journey through Atlanta’s sophomore season concludes magnificently but what does it all mean?Read More Circumstance & Opportunity
Insecure, Black Mirror and men confronting their feelings.Read More When The Escape Ends
With the recent social movements out of Hollywood, a bevy of questions and contradictions have emerged worth exploring.Read More More Questions Than Answers in Tinseltown
A look at best song’s of Drake’s diverse career to determine what’s the best version of Aubrey Graham.Read More Rappa vs Sanga: Who’s the best Drake?
General Okoye, Goddess Diana and varying degrees of feminism.Read More Wonder Women(?)
The black aesthetic is award worthy… unless you’re black. I evaluate the history of the Grammys through the lens of this generation’s most important black artist.Read More The Grammys Don’t Care About Black People