2010 is shaping up to be the year of good Negro music. By now, the entire world knows that Sade released her latest album “Soldier of Love” last week. An album that was 10 years in the making & well worth the wait! Interestingly enough, even the hip-hop world has been fPeep The Rest!
Just for shits & giggles, I decided to see what a few random Google auto searches would yield by simply typing in "black people..." I guess a lot of people are Googling such topics like illustrated below. Is it BS, racism, coincidental or just crazy? And for the record, I doPeep The Rest!
The last week, has been heavy since the news of the 7.0 earthquake in Haiti. The images alone haunted my dreams fro days. The concern over what would happen to my brothers & sisters in the Diaspora in the wake of chaos, destruction & panic broke my heart, as I’m sure iPeep The Rest!
Last month after having a phenomenal brunch @ Melba’s in Harlem with phenomenal friends, I ventured to 125th to stock up natural black soap (my secret ingredient).During my stroll, I got a delicious cherry ice, did some great people watching & stumbled upon the Studio MuseuPeep The Rest!
I’ve been slipping on my music recommendations, so it’s now time to right that wrong!!!Lately, I’ve been listening to a variety of tunes, ranging from house music to ghetto/misogynistic rap with a little R&B thrown in for good measure.So cutting to the chase, this is whPeep The Rest!
I photographed Goldie Locks recently at the Detroit Electronic Music Festival but I officially introduced myself when we ran into each other at DJ, Minx’s Powerhouse party later that evening. Goldie Locks came to Detroit from Chicago just for the DEMF, talk about a dedicatedPeep The Rest!
I love the commercial so much because:A) It reminded me of how me & my friends used to make something out of nothing for fun. Poor black kids may be poor but they ain't dumb.B) I see that my grandma is not the only woman in the world that lets her tits hang low.C) I now knowPeep The Rest!
Back in June, I stopped in my friend Zana’s store “Spectacles” downtown Detroit. On this particular day, I noticed some Black Liberation patches in her display cabinet, which got me excited, so I purchased 3 just because. I had no idea what I was going to do with them, I jPeep The Rest!
I posted this image on Flickr about a week ago & really did not expect much feedback because I thought it was blah but you never know how others will interpret the vision.Some of the comments asked if I was giving viewers the hand or was I shying from the camera all in a playPeep The Rest!