Beyonce and Jay-Z prove that being in love is a wonderful feeling that everyone deserves. Despite the internet rumors, their endless love is clearly the central theme of the duo's joint stadium tour On the Run which hit Gillette Stadium last night.
When Warren G first topped charts in 1994 with his inescapable hit "Regulate," featuring fellow West Coast rapper Nate Dogg, hip hop was no place for gays. In recent years, that has started to change... slowly.
I've been pole-ing (yes, that pole) since January. I took to it like a duck takes to water. Apparently straddling a 45 mm in diameter, chrome pole a...
Beyoncé is all about control, and because of that she may be the best entertainer on the planet right now. Sensuality can be about control, sex can be about control, but the idea of losing yourself in another person -- I don't get that when I listen to Bey.
With so much of the news covering what these celebrities eat, drive, and sleep with -- it is important to acknowledge the bigger picture when stories like this monopolize our media.
"If you cannot get rid of a family skeleton, you may as well make it dance," said George Bernard Shaw. Or have it attack you in an elevator.
To some, the strangest part of the Solange affair wasn't the brother-in-law/sister-in-law feud but the fact that a couple of minutes after the physical fight in the elevator, Beyoncé walked out like nothing had happened. I don't know why women are shocked. We all do the same thing every day, especially black women.
Jay-Z's 100th Problem #WhatJayZSaidToSolange is the hash tag that circulated wildly on Twitter and many social networks once news broke that Solange ...
Please know that I love Jay's music. He is quite possible the greatest rapper to ever step into a booth. But somewhere along the line his story (fatherless child turned drug dealer turned mogul) became the only acceptable answer to what is the "real" black male experience.
We should all do more to challenge the authenticity of the images presented to us and encourage diverse portrayals of black women and men in the media and society.
This question originally appeared on Quora: Why did Solange Knowles attack Jay-Z?. ...
Their social impact is now keeping paychecks in some of the monopoly companies that essentially keep the NASDAQ phones ringing. When you look at these three now do you see the end or the means?
Here's a quick lesson, it took 101 years after the Emancipation Proclamation to get a Civil Rights Bill to become law. Four years later Martin Luther King Jr., a leader of that Civil Rights movement, was assassinated.
"Monster is coming back," say Les Twins, adding, "Les Twins doesn't work without Monster and Monster doesn't workout with Les Twins."
It's time that women of color and feminists alike begin to shift from trying to impose our beliefs and standards on an individual who obviously couldn't care less and begin to empower those who do seek to enact such change.
If imagination be the food of disruption, is the Bard also to be considered worthy of a TriBeCa Disruptive innovation Award?