Category Archives: Music

Sunday Self-Care: Let Playlists be a Soundtrack to Your Life

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If you were a character in a movie, what role would you play? What kind of genre would it be? How long is the movie? What do your viewers feel when they hear the music in it? And most importantly, could you watch it and be moved enough to stream the soundtrack music? Music should […]

Lecrae’s ‘Deep End’: A Song for the Times

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Lecrae’s newest single starts with an echo of the words “right now” and they couldn’t be a better echo to the reflection of the times that this song is ‘right now’. Lecrae’s Deep End, which currently has 380,628 listens across the platform of YouTube alone since its release on June 24, 2020, lulls you in […]

Everything you need to know about the Roots 2020 Picnic if You Missed it 

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“There’s never been something for Philadelphia, in Philadelphia, by Philadelphia.” From live music performances to sharing vegan recipes, to Michelle Obama encouraging everyone to vote, to promoting Black-owned business, the Roots Picnic 2020 last weekend should go down as one of the most seamless and Blackest productions ever.   Luckily, if you missed it, you can […]

Juneteenth Playlist: Songs To Celebrate Blackness

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On June 19, 1865, Union army troops arrived in Galveston, Texas to announce that all slaves were freed. Black people enslaved in Texas were the last to get word that they were free, immediately becoming a cause for celebration. The first Juneteenth celebration occurred the following year when freedmen in Texas organized what became the […]

Artists You Need To Add To Your Playlist NOW!

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For years now, the number of articles piling up declaring the death of music has happened at an alarming rate. First it was Hip Hop is dead. Than it was real Rnb is dead. Then it was CHH is dead. Now they even are saying Rock is dead. Always barring the repetitive question of who […]