I have not hosted a musical Wednesday in a while.
In general, I am sooo tired of judgmental people. That is why I LOVE this jam Queen.
I like to twerk in the mirror, and dance all alone, sometimes late at night. I also think EVERYONE should have civil liberties like getting married.
Music should have meaning, and purpose…
I am loving how women are more empowered to be themselves, and step outside the box of suppose to.
I received an email from Houston based musician David Sha telling me about his anthem for Natural Hair – “Her Hair”
The video begins with my favorite quote
I’ve decided that in 2013 I will NOT just listen to music that is entertaining, but music that tells a story, is positive and uplifting.
Happy Hump Day!
I saw the movie poster a few weeks back and my interest was peeked. So many questions. Why doesn’t she have natural hair off camera? What is this movie about anyway? I’m a always very hesitant about movies featuring people of color. I always ask myself, What stereotype will this movie embrace?
I read a movie description
“Faced with both her hot-tempered father’s fading health and melting ice-caps that flood her ramshackle bayou community and unleash ancient aurochs, six-year-old Hushpuppy must learn the ways of courage and love.”
I watched the trailer and look through pictures and I wanted to cry. So you mean she could be an orphan? But but is so sad…whah
I am so proud, Miss. Quvenzhané Wallis is the youngest nominee of Academy Award for Best Actress. (not just youngest African-American) Impressive. She received the nominee from her role Hushpuppy in Beast of the Southern Wild.
Origin of her name? According to Wiki “Qu” from her mother’s name Qulyndreia “Ven” from her father’s name Venjie and the end Zhane from the word fairy in Swahili.
The internet is giving the movie rave reviews.
What do you think kinnky ladies – have you seen the movie?