A couple days after the Big Sean event, NYU held its spirit week concert starring Chance the Rapper. Luckily the publicity for this event was more wide spread and Webster Hall sold out. There is always really cool events that go on at NYU, but there is usually shortage of tickets and widespread promotion. Luckily, … More Chance the Rapper
On one Sunday evening, Big Sean showed the making of his Dark Sky Paradise album at NYU. The evenT was only promoted two days before to limited students via BSU and a frat. There was about a hundred people in a smaller auditorium. Right before its start the likable rapper emerged to introduce the film. I … More Big Sean: Dark Sky Paradise
This show was such a great addition to television this season. Shona Rhime’s ‘Thank God its Thursday’ was a brilliant marketing campaign. I loved the anticipation and buildup in the show. The season finale was too much, especially the second hour. I nearly got whiplash from all the curveballs. The biggest shocker was who killed … More How to Get Away With Murder
After a month in Ghana, it was time to return back to reality. I didn’t want to leave momma. We had to pose in the garden before I left.
My brother won Halloween! I know that word is over used but on fleek it truely was. He was that stressed looking guy on the phone in countless memes.I love how my brother found the same shirt at Gdubs and a phone waist clip. He just needed to remove the bracelets. The powers of … More Costume gone Viral
This summer and fall, our nation was rocked with issues regarding prejudice, discrimination, and policing in America. It was extremely telling and eye-opening to see different interpretations of black experience, cries against injustice, defense of the justice system, and the building of a movement. I am not particularly politically savy, but this situation hit a … More Call for Justice!
I’m so sad to report this. Global Citizen Festival took place in Central Park and it was put on in part by MSNBC so we interns got tickets. I went with a fellow intern and we were what seemed like a football field from the actual stage, so there were large screens but we noticed … More Global Citizen Festival
I was so sad to hear the news of Joan River’s passing. The sassy comedian lived to be 81. Fashion Police will never be the same. Just the other day, I was laughing at her Emmy Awards/VMAS commentary. She never dulled on the the E! show and always brought colorful comments. She famously said,” I … More RIP Joan Rivers
Looking for an apartment in NYC is such a major ordeal! They say it’s like playing the stock market. I looked at a few different places. I’m talking trekking around town in the summer humidity with realtors who are trying to convince you that what they have is absolutely the one for you. I luckily … More NYC Apartment Hunt
Afropunk is a free admission indie vibe festival in Brooklyn that takes place in August. It’s filled with vibrant people, stellar fashion, colorfulness, good jams, and up and coming artists. I spotted Cara Delevingne jamming in the most whimsical fashion with a ribbon in her hand. Mama’s in her own world. Oh Cara! … More Summer is for Festivals: Afropunk