No. Just No.

I’m ecstatic! I have discovered a new anti-street harassment song. Recently, I came across “No” by Meghan Trainor. It’s surprisingly a non-segregated-60s-diner pop song about rejecting the advances of some random creep attempting to get her name and number. I’m kinda hoping someone will do a trap cover of this one soon – maybe Kehlani or … More No. Just No.

Here’s the Tea

I feel like I’ve been on hiatus throughout January, ergo I wanted to type up a quick tidbit highlighting what’s been going on in my life and give a prelude to the posts you’ll be seeing in the coming months. Here’s the tea, my last 2 months of living in a nutshell: I’m an aunt … More Here’s the Tea

The Fight for Joy

Adonis Creed, the son of Apollo Creed, who was the biggest nemesis of famed fictional boxer, Rocky Balboa, came on the scene last year in the movie, Creed, and sought to solidify his own legacy in the boxing arena. I have to say Creed was one of my favorite films for 2015 – probably because … More The Fight for Joy

Tuned In: Eryn Allen Kane

Mimicking the sounds of musical instruments like Ella Fitzgerald, fusing the nostalgic feelings of genres like R&B and Soul with Jazz and Gospel, while captivating the hearts and genius minds of legends like Prince. Y’all, meet singer, songwriter and composer, Eryn Allen Kane, hailing from Detroit. Her music is timeless (Is it too early to tell?), innovative and truly … More Tuned In: Eryn Allen Kane


I wait for the Lord, my whole being waits,     and in his word I put my hope. I wait for the Lord     more than watchmen wait for the morning,     more than watchmen wait for the morning. (Psalm 130:5-6) “Advent”: the arrival of a notable person, thing, or event Waiting sucks. I know we’re in the middle … More Waiting…