Anyone who knows me is aware that I have a major crush on Maluma. Not only is he gorgeous, but he is an AMAZING talent. I’ve seen him in concert and must admit that I was impressed by his presence and performance. This week I have not one song, but two. Do your ears, eyes, […]Read More Music Choice: Maluma
Good morning! I have finally forced myself to finish reading the script and last week I went to NYC to see it on stage! My thoughts are below: I tried to read the book when it first came out but quit because… Having forced myself to read the entire play I can say that… As […]Read More Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Script & Play Review)
I have absolutely loved 6lack since his first album. Not only did he present a flawless debut project, but with each single has managed to deliver and perform to the same quality. His current song that I have one repeat is “Nonchalant.” My favorite line is “I’m somewhere between humble and hell nah.” Know that […]Read More Music Choice: 6lack
As you all know, I’m a music snob who loves to share good quality tunes with all of you. Beginning today, each Monday I will share a tune that I’m currently jamming to and I have had on repeat. The song may be new or old but is worth a listen all the same. The […]Read More Music Choice: Ari Lennox
I haven’t written about relationships in a while, but I’ve been pondering this question a lot and figuring out if it is worth writing about. One of my closest friends is currently “getting to know” an ex again after not dating each other for a number of years. They have dated other people over the […]Read More Staying in Love: Is It Ever A Good Idea To Get Back With An Ex?
Last month I hosted a book club and the selected reading was Juliet Takes a Breath by Gabby Rivera. The book is one that I recommend everyone read; especially young queer women of color who are trying to figure it all out. To determine why I love the book watch the video: Until next time, […]Read More Juliet Takes a Breath (Book Review)
Books I’m reading in August: -Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson -A Brief History of even Killings by Marlon James -Black Panther: Long Live the King by Nnedi Okorafor To be the winner of the giveaway you do have to […]Read More My August Reads (Giveaway)
Seriously, let’s talk about it. Recently, while returning home from a Jill Scott concert, I decided to be frugal and take an Uber pool. I rarely use this feature, but hey, it was late and I didn’t have very far to go, so why not save a few bucks? Instead of going to my home, […]Read More Are Indians Racist?
Have you ever walked into a bookstore and been immediately sucked in by a title? That’s exactly what happened to me when I read the title of this book. Did the book live up to my expectations? Watch the video review to find out! Love Hard, Go Hard! – Ms. Malcolm HughesRead More The Princess Saves Herself in This One (Book Review)
For many Kanye West fans, his stance for the last few years has been problematic, to say the least. However, what some know, but many are seemingly unwilling to say, is that the issue is bigger than Kanye. West’s problem is that he has an altered and limited level of consciousness. What I mean by […]Read More Kanye West is a Symptom of the Problem
A brilliant classmate of mine is running a campaign to help fund a student’s educational dreams. You can support here, the full story is below. Thanks in advance, :)! Can you pinpoint the moment where you knew that your life was going change forever? And how that one specific moment led to all the other […]Read More Support a Student’s Educational Dream
To say that Bone is a book of poetry is a bit of an oversimplification. Bone is a vehicle a griot used to transport her stories. One thing that becomes immediately apparent is that Yrsa-Daley Ward is a storyteller before she is a poet. Her poems weave us through complex romantic interactions and even more […]Read More Bone by Yrsa-Daley Ward (Book Review)
Okay, Okay, Okay…I feel like a lot of people are sharing stories about how nonmonogamy is making them happy, but is it just me or do they all sound like they’re in monogamous relationships? Now, before you think this is a hate article, understand that I have always said that monogamy isn’t for everyone–I get […]Read More Can You Explain to Me Open Relationships?
Hey, Y’all! Okay, I’m super excited! For the first time ever, I am bringing my book review series to an in-person setting!! What?! YES! Registration is required so please find the Eventbrite link here. The book we are reading is Juliet Takes a Breath by Gabby Rivera. I am SO stoked for everyone to join […]Read More QWOC Summer Book Club
Happy Pride Month! Most days I’m unsure whether I’m an extroverted introvert or an antisocial extrovert, either way, I enjoy the art of flirtation. Sometimes, I even want that dance to continue beyond the present moment, though most times I don’t. In those cases, someone has to make the move and acquire the other’s number, […]Read More 2 Simply Ways to Ask Women Out
I once wrote an article about how much I love and live for quality rap battles. Now, to my surprise and amusement, a worthwhile one is finally upon us: Drake vs. Pusha T. This beef has been going on for so long that I nearly forgot it was a thing! On Pusha T’s newest album, […]Read More Can Drake Withstand the Push?
Happy Monday, good people! Some of you may have already heard, but if you haven’t, there’s a new podcast that needs our listens and our feedback: Word, Sound, Power. The podcast debuted on May 17, 2018, and is hosted by Saul Williams and Kimberly Drew. The pilot episode has guests Spike Lee and Kamau. In […]Read More New Podcast Alert!
The weekend is upon us and I’m ready to groove! Here are some songs that will definitely be on my chill weekend vibes playlist. I hope you enjoy and find many reasons to dance :-). 1. “Boo’d Up” (Ella Mai Remix) – Plies 2. “Come Through and Chill – Miguel 3. “Return of the Mack” […]Read More Weekend Vibes
1. HOW MANY BOOKS IS TOO MANY BOOKS IN A SERIES? If the series is great, no number is too many. (See, Harry Potter). 2. HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT CLIFFHANGERS? I hate them! 3. HARDCOPY OR PAPERBACK? Both. Though hardcopy has a marginal advantage. 4. FAVOURITE BOOK? Salt and Nejma by Nayyirah Waheed. 5. […]Read More 20 Questions Book Tag
Ramadan Kareem! Ramadan Mubarak! Blessed Ramadan! I just want to take this moment to acknowledge all of the Muslims worldwide who will be observing Ramadan during this blessed season. As for me, though I’ m not fasting, Islam is still a special place in my heart, and my heart is with all of you! I […]Read More Blessed Ramadan