Starting off with some meditative vybz (vibes) and transitioning into some smooth melodies, Cacique Jakar does it again. Cacique Jakar has dropped another beautiful work of art for us. He has dropped his latest album […]
My fiance said at one point in our relationship “Sometimes words aren’t needed to create a moment.” He said this one romantic night while I was listening to a binaural beats playlist. Sometimes you just […]
I truly don’t know what it is about this character (actually I do know what it is), but I gravitated towards Dana from the first time I seen a picture of her. I believe the reason why I gravitated to her was because she reminded me of me. Her style and personality somewhat reflects mine.
When I was younger and beginning my teen phase, I was that black girl who didn’t talk or act black according to my black peers. I dressed like a punk rocker or goth (there’s clearly a difference between the Punk and Goth culture), enjoyed anime, was somewhat of a demagogue who had a very witty and sarcastic personality (still do), and was a lover of rock music. This depiction of a black girl was a taboo during my era. I wasn’t allowed to exist in the world according to society, yet I did.