On a lovely Saturday, I decided to relax, put my feet up and indulge in some solo Netflix and Chill! No distractions, so I can fully focus on finishing the film 😉 😉 On this occasion, I came across a Netflix original film titled Burning Sands. A film directed by Gerard McMurray, he also co-wrote … Continue reading Burning Sands. How Far Will One Go: In the Name Of Pledging!
The football world has been a bit of a dark place for us Gooners, needless to say Saturdays game versus Liverpool FC won't do anything more but add stress to our already exhausted pallets! Wenger In, Wenger Out. Divided we stand? Perhaps some stand with Troopz and DT others are more optimistic or delusional you … Continue reading Arsenal FC: The Love Is Real 💕💕
The Hip Hop police have existed within the music industry for decades almost being part of the furniture. The term itself refers to a group of policeman who target a certain demographic of rappers, which they refer to as street or gangster rappers. Unfortunately, this type of policing which originated in the United States, has managed … Continue reading Hip Hop vs The Police – The Unfortunate Casualty Within Music
Dehumanised and Imprisoned, an insight into the revealing Netflix Documentary 13th. Such a narrative is extremely important, 13th is powerful and eye opening, accurately depicted story that allows a deep understanding into the lives of the oppressed. 13th brought me to tears, Tears of sadness, deep sadness. A sadness that stems from grown up with … Continue reading The Black man : A life systematically deemed invaluable
In light of recent shocking police brutality incidents in the USA towards young black men, I began to think about this so-called fear and threatening perception other races have of young black men globally. The media’s negative portrayal which spills into real life fears. London took a stand itself and staged several marches for justice … Continue reading Hip Hop/Grime Its Bigger Than Being Black
We live in a narcissistic world where hard working people are often dismissed/ignored, and not acknowledged for their input in creating opportunities and breaking down monumental barriers that are beneficial not just to themselves but to everyone around them. I began thinking about the growth of the Urban Music Industry in the UK. The individuals … Continue reading A Creative Conversation With Tasha Demi – Determination & Grind!
October 1st, I attended Urban Development’s All Dayer Industry Take Over. As I sat in the audience listening and feeling empowered by the Powered By Girls I Rate panel, I came out of the seminar with a new lease to life, ready to tackle my own goals head-on. The panel included inspirational talks from powerful … Continue reading Certified UK Interview: A Seat At The Table With DJ Melody Kane
As her career continues to grow, Nadia Jae has created her platform celebrating R&B, CRnB that will build and will grow within the UK music scene for Soulful music. I had the opportunity to talk to the beautiful, hardworking Presenter, DJ, Writer & Super Mom. How has the start of 2017 been for you? Really … Continue reading Certified UK Interview Nadia Jae: Decks, R&B and Motherhood