Have You Heard of Nija Charles?
Just because International Women’s Month has ended does not mean that Women’s history has. Meet Nija Charles; soon to be songwriter of the decade.
Baby Keem Rides His Wave In ‘no sense’ | Why This Song Belongs On Your Playlist
Baby Keem is BACK with his latest single no sense, where the vibes are heavy & the feels are real. Journey with me as I explain to you who he...Read more
Lady Day | The Voice of an Unheard Nation (A Critique)
In honor of women's history month, we are uplifting the legacy of Lady Day: The Voice of An Unheard Nation.Read more
Happy Women’s History Month! | 5 Songs That Celebrate Black Women
March is International Women’s Month. In honor of Melanin March, we would like to share with you a playlist that is about uplifting and celebrating Black women.
No One's Invited To The Cookout! | 3 Things You Need To Know About Protecting Black Culture
BREAKING NEWS! There is no cookout. That magical invitation into Black culture a non-Black person gets just for knowing how to dougie is NOT real and we should really stop pretending it is. Our culture is not a game and it is not something you can just be "invited" to.
Black Creator Spotlight IV
The Black Creator Spotlight is a blog series featuring Black creative individuals from all across the country in various artistic disciplines. In the fourth article of this series, we will highlight 10 individuals who are chasing their dreams.Read more
Black Creator Spotlight III
The final article to the Black Creator Spotlight series is here! Through this series, we have been able to recognize and uplift over 20 Black creators from all over the country. It is important that we creators share the space with our comrades because there is enough room for ALL of our success!Read more
Black Creator Spotlight II
Welcome to part two of the Black Creator Spotlight series. In this article, I would like to share with you some talented and hardworking individuals. Please feel free to follow their social media or give their websites a visit. It is important to uplift our fellow Black creative individuals. WE ARE THE FUTURE!Read more