what would international women’s day be without a reminder of our flawlessness from queen b? check out the video below of women giving their definition of feminism and thoughts on equal rights — all set to the tune of beyonce’s “flawless.”
lately i’ve been busy adding things i’m grateful for to my thankfulness jar, loving on my new cat queen maalika, taking bathroom selfies to show off my purple marc jacobs lipgloss, adding marion barry to my collage wall and losing my LIFE at the J. COLE concert.
p.s. j. cole and i had several moments while he was performing. clearly, our love is real.
i had no idea who banks was until she opened for the weeknd last saturday in dc. she’s dope, and this video is absolutely perfect.
have a good weekend!
i’m not a hip hop head. with that said, i got lots of side eyes when i told a group of rap scholars that j. cole and big krit are the artists i’m most excited to see at next weekend’s rock the bells concert. admittedly, i didn’t pay close attention to rap music until these two caught my attention three years ago. sue me. while born sinner, j. cole’s new album, hasn’t made its way into my favorites quite yet, i appreciate the message behind “crooked smile,” his latest release featuring tlc. his short film dedicated to aiyana jones, the 7-year old child who was killed by police during a raid in 2010, brought me to tears. at the end, j. cole asks that we reconsider the war on drugs — for a mainstream artist to take a stand against one of the biggest injustices since jim crow is a reminder of why i bang so hard with “fayettnam’s finest.”