I can name everyone except the first 2… Anyone???
India Arie for the first… And maybe Erykah?
Alright, alright. I love that questionnaire. So... 19, 18, 1, 31
Alright, alright. I love that questionnaire. So… 19, 18, 1, 31
19: Are your grandparents still married?
18: Did your mother go to college?
1: favorite candle scent:
31: do you belong to any warehouse stores (costco’s, bj’s)
wet dream: being financially secure with a career i enjoy
Floetry - say yes.
that kind of mood tonight.
MMm let me calm myself down lol.
men and women alike
straight niggas is out here using homophobia as a means to seem more masculine and tbh that shit makes you look hella weak
your manliness isnt measured in how fuckin anti gay you are b
niggas really trying hard b
i went out to lunch with my squad…
Want you to see everything
Want you to see all of the lights
When i first heard “Same Love”, I honestly felt that there might be a future for the LGBT fight within the urban music sphere. I heard it very early on before the onslaught of naysayers and thrift shop enthusiasts. I heard sincerity in his message, even though I am far from thinking that Macklemore is a good rapper. Music is about the message and the song is the vessel that artists can use to spread that message whether positive/negative/otherwise. I’m rambling…. The point of this is, I believed him and his song. I’m completely aware of the appropriation of my culture. I’m enlightened to the fact that Hip-Hop/Rap music genre has the blood and essence of my ancestors coursing through it’s veins, however tainted and congealed it may be at times.
I’m a black man who majored in Africana Studies. I know what Elvis did to Chuck Berry. I know what happened with Jazz, the Blues and Rock&Roll.
White privilege wins again as the Grammy’s tonight proves. But I can’t blame the white boy for his luck of being born with low pigmentation.
Feel free to tell me I’m wrong.