Look, I apologize, often womanized
Took for my child to be born
To see through a woman’s eyes …
Beyoncé’s Lemonade album manifests a political prowess and #BlackGirlMagic that inspires many of us.
The Peabody Award entertainment winners were announced Thursday, and Donald Glover’s FX series, Atlanta, and Beyoncé’s visual album Lemonade were among the seven winners.
What could make this Monday less Monday feeling? Watching Titus get his lemonade on in Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’s season 3 teaser trailer.
What a year 2016 has been! It felt as if we were hearing about the death of some unarmed black person or a beloved celebrity every second. This was also the year that we begrudgingly voted in a new president, reluctantly saying goodbye to President Barack Obama and his lovely family.
Flatly, 2016 as a staff, record label and as a motherf—king crew has collectively sucked. Far too many people have died, and a spoiled, mango-colored racist man surrounded by a bunch of like-minded bigots and sycophants will soon make life hell for many who have survived. However, as draining as this year has felt for…
Strip clubs have dominated the black pop-culture scene for decades, with Atlanta being the central hub. So much of what we see in television, film and music, particularly as it pertains to black women and femme representation, is distilled from the lived experiences of dancers who sell sex or the illusion of sex.