I was listening to the Rickey Smiley Morning Show last week when they were broadcasting live from Alabama at Alabama
"Santo Domingo, why do they take so long to invite me again? Why does it have to spend so much time, "said the artist when greeting. By this time, he had already sung, from behind the stage, "Circus solitude", leaving his exit for "Ella", when he left the interior of a mobile wardrobe. "The last time was, how long ago? Three years; do not allow it again." - Ricardo Arjona
I am so proud of AMARA LA NEGRA for jumping into the entertainment scene full force through her saucy style and breakout role on 'Love and Hip Hop Miami'. Amara La Negra has released the video for "What a Bam Bam," directed by Montoya el Duro, which follows La Negra through a festive Miami pool party. “What a Bam Bam” samples Sister Nancy’s classic dancehall staple “Bam Bam,” a savvy intergenerational hat tip to another afro-diasporic pioneer, says remezcla.com. And now we have access to the audio for La Negra's newest single, "Insecure", which shows off the soft side of her musicality.
Hello, Lisa Ford here, the Executive Director for the Dominican Republic’s main tourism and events company with new offices in
Kendrick Lamar, Hip Hop's diamond, just dropped the iconic "Black Panther" soundtrack and I'm writing this blog post as I
Happy Black History Month! The photo you see is of Angela Davis when Swedish TV journalists talked to the Black Panther activist in a 1972 jail interview — she was charged with but not convicted of murder — in footage that's part of The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 (and I'll elaborate on this in a moment). My sister was named after Angela Davis, "Angela Yvonne", so this is why I chose to shine a little light on Davis, in addition to the dope video by..., for my black history tribute.