Source: Hip Hop African https://hiphopafrican.com/enny-i-want/ Enny is a British rapper born of Nigerian Heritage and raised in Southeast London, more specifically Thamesmead. She is the daughter of Nigerian immigrants and identifies both with Nigeria culture and the diaspora alongside British culture. In fact, she really does allow her intersectionality in her culture and life shine … Continue reading ReBlog|📻🎙️🌍📲 Hip-Hop Artist: Enny – “I Want”
https://www.youtube.com/embed/O4BKkSaJ__A?feature=oembed Emmy-winner Lena Waithe goes deep into the process she undertook to create her upcoming feature, “Queen & Slim.” via Lena Waithe Dives Into The Creative Process Behind “Queen & Slim” For TimesTalks — MadameNoire
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via EccentricGlow.com Teyana Taylor Announced Plans To Open A 90’s Themed.... Excerpt: Teyana Taylor excitedly announced her plans to open, Junie Bee Nails, a 90’s themed nail salon in Harlem. (...) actress, singer, dancer and businesswoman (...) Vibe Magazine: Teyana Taylor Set To Open ’90s-Themed Nail Salon In Harlem https://www.vibe.com/2018/02/teyana-taylor-opens-nail-salon-in-harlem/ Excerpt: Teyana Taylor is building up her rigorous resume by opening up a … Continue reading #moonNITE Vibez🌒|| Teyana Taylor launches Junie Bee Nails in Harlem, NYC ||
Photos by: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg By Lindsey Rupp, Chloe Whiteaker, Matt Townsend and Kim Bhasin February 5, 2018 Excerpt: The apparel industry has a big problem. At a time when the economy is growing, unemployment is low, wages are rebounding and consumers are eager to buy, Americans are spending less and less on clothing. The woes of retailers are often blamed … Continue reading The Death of Clothing
The U.S. Department of Commerce recently issued a report that attempts to apply numbers and definition to the assumption that Richard Florida’s “Creative Class” has a direct and dynamic impact on the U.S. economy.