New Sounds from Drake

Drizzy Drake has graced us with not one, but TWO singles from his upcoming album, Views From the 6, said to be coming out later this month. "One Dance" ft. Wizkid & Kyla, one of Nigeria's biggest artists, is reminiscent to previously leaked "Controlla" and the No.1 hit "Work" ft. Rihanna. While "Pop Style"... Continue Reading →


Beyonce Drops New Clothing Line

Queen Bey has blessed us yet again by dropping another bomb. The singer announced her first clothing line deemed the interestingly unique handle: Ivy Park, on April 1st. The line features athletic wear as well as leisure wear for women. In an exclusive interview for Elle magazines May 2016 issue, the Formation singer explains the... Continue Reading →

Album Review: Anti by Rihanna

  I'll start off this review by saying that in the past I was never really a big Rihanna fan. I only caught wind of her more popular songs *queue Pon de Replay and Bad Boy*. I've always liked her as a celebrity and of course a fashion icon. So, with all of the hype... Continue Reading →

Ranting on Race

Now that  I am blossoming into an educated young woman, not only am I learning to grapple with the hurdles of responsibility that come with adulthood but I am also learning that the world is in fact, a scary ugly place. Trying to broaden my mind and my opinions by watching the news, reading up... Continue Reading →

Colorism in Latinx Culture

Growing up as a little girl, I would always look forward to sitting down on the living room couch with my mother to watch her favorite novelas with her. It was considered bonding time for us, watching the saucy plots develop, rooting for our favorite characters and even debating about what we thought would happen... Continue Reading →

Barbie’s New Look(s)

As a young girl growing up in the 90's and early 2000's, Barbie was my first choice whenever I had the opportunity to choose a toy. I'd ask my parents to get me one for Christmas, my birthday, Easter... any holiday that warranted a gift. Playing with my new dolls with my sister were the... Continue Reading →

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