When you think of an Asian film, naturally, the first thing that comes to mind is China or Tokoyo with respect to the location. Then zoning in on the plot, you think of Karate or Kong fu that might be mixed with something supernatural like dragons or flying ninjas with power orbs.
Who would have thought of a romantic comedy- drama in Singapore?Crazy Rich Asians did it and in my humble opininon, to perfection!
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February strikes Black History Month, a time to celebrate black culture, drive black empowerment, highlight black success and salute black heroes. It began in a way of paying homage to important people and events in the history of the African Diaspora.
Black people have faced many challenges over the years and we slowly but surely triumph. However, one of the biggest issue we face in today’s society is Colorism.
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Instead of sticking the typical black tuxedo, Ne-Yo decided to switch things up and wore a smoky velvet mustard jacket with a white rose that was one of the highlights of the night.
2. Dj Khaled & Asahd
The father & son duo came through for “blood” sporting a matching blood-red suit and it was one of the most adorable moments of the night.
3. Scott Evans
It’s super easy and safe to wear navy blue. The secret to mastering it is styling, like Scott Evan’s camo-like printed jacket. His entire outfit was on point.
Bugle (real name Roy Thompson) is one of Jamaica’s most talented recording artist and songwriter in the dancehall fraternity.
With lyrics that speak to your soul and an unforgettable flow, I still find him to be underrated in my humble opinion.
Continue reading “Why is Bugle so underrated in Jamaica?”
The 6’2″ American actor and model whose works have ranged across theatre, film and television has been dubbed over the years by his lusting fans as Siribae or Kofiiine. Can you believe he is just 23?
His style is simple yet stylish. And he seems to know his craft as it relates to acting and being a model.
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I was just minding my own business one evening on Instagram where I stumbled upon a post in my Discovery of Miguel doing a cover of “The Weekend” At first I thought it was his song until I saw whose page had reposted it. It was SZA.
I then decided to check her out on YouTube. I listened to her songs “The Weekend” & “Love Galore ft. Travis Scott” This girl had me shook!
I’ve fallen in love with the American R&B Singer-Songwriter ever since. I love her unladylike attitude in her music, the way her beautiful hair looks like an unkempt mane, that her melanin pops severely and her flow is quite unique. I drown myself in her music every day – on my way to work, at work, on my way home, in the shower, before bed. Her neo-soul music is very laid back and to the point. She has no filter and I’ve been having ear-orgasms ever since.
Discovering her is one of my highlights for 2017. If you haven’t then you are missing out fam!