Your Life–Handled–Thanks To Lana Del Rey, Kelela And FKA Twigs’ New Music Videos

Lawd, I WASN’T READY, when I pressed play and watched Lana Del Rey‘s video for “High by the Beach” from her upcoming album Honeymoon (I am counting the days. I am a self-confessed Stan for the LDR). The song is her usual nexus of calming, laid-back vocals, challenged by tragicomic music that always seems preparedContinue reading “Your Life–Handled–Thanks To Lana Del Rey, Kelela And FKA Twigs’ New Music Videos”

Is There a Double Standard Between the Sex Appeal of Black and White Women?

I try to stay on the bright side or semi-diplomatic side of things when it comes to race relations among black and white women. Whenever plausible, I wedge some common ground on topics that can get rather intense and personal. Sometimes because of the differences in us culturally or physically, it can cause a lot ofContinue reading “Is There a Double Standard Between the Sex Appeal of Black and White Women?”

Lana Del Rey’s Chilling “Ultraviolence” Song About Domestic Violence

Though it’s only been 2 days, I am surprised that only a small portion of the media has attacked or questioned the astonishingly distressed track, of old soul artist Lana Del Rey’s, “Ultraviolence”. While the word “ultraviolence” upon arrival is baffling (what exactly does it mean) it is in reference to the demoralizing novel AContinue reading “Lana Del Rey’s Chilling “Ultraviolence” Song About Domestic Violence”