Solé

“I’m a divine being, seeking to raise the consciousness of other divine beings, and it is my hope, that through my creative offerings, others will be reminded of their own divinity.” – Solé   In a previous post, I mentioned how much of a late bloomer I am when it comes to finding music with…

Just Because…

I felt like vibing to some Soul Music. Until Next Time…

Lupe Fiasco

You would never know what you could ever be. If you never try, you would never see.   In a previous post, I paid homage to one of my favorite lyrical scholars—Nas. Listening to his music always makes me appreciate the art form that is Hip Hop. Artists like Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole, and Drake…

Just Because…

I felt like vibing to some classic Hip Hop. Until Next Time…

The Return of R&B Music

“Soul music touches people. We got back to just wanting to be ourselves, and I think once we stopped trying to compete, we eclipsed pop music.” – PJ Morton   If you’ve been following this blog then you know that my favorite genre of music happens to be R&B (Rhythm and Blues). And for the…

Afrikan Insurrektion Muzik (A.I.M.)

In a previous post, I paid my respects to one of my favorite lyricists, Nas. Growing up in an era where commercialized Hip-Hop dominated the airwaves, conscious artists like him (along with a handful of others) really stood out to me. Their messages were necessary and, at times, they didn’t receive the same level of…

8/25/01

On Saturday, August 25, 2001, the world lost an angel. Aaliyah Dana Haughton. For those of you who don’t know, Aaliyah was my baby/wifey/mother of my kids/everything. I remember seeing her for the first time in that iconic “One In A Million” video and immediately falling in love. Her melodies, style, and messages in her…

Are You Ready For Some Afro-Caribbean Tunes?

Greetings Everyone, In a previous post, I expressed my disappointment in the music that’s being marketed here in the United States; namely Hip Hop and Trap&B (formerly known as R&B). It feels like the industry’s primary goal nowadays is to promote degeneracy and socially engineer the masses, particularly young people, to take pride in it….

The Vault

Greetings All, I tend to go through cyclical moments of nostalgia where I thirst for pastime events and information. As I’ve mentioned before throughout this blog, I’m a student of Black history; not only when it comes to our Freedom struggles or African ancestry, but within the arts as well. I have a great deal…