Most Artists Who Make A Living Are White

80% of White Artists Are Making A Living Duh! and No shit! were the first thoughts that came to mind when I saw this article heading. My second thought was that most of that 80% are men. This really isn’t shocking or surprising. The research revealed interesting numbers, I suppose, but it really just makes me more depressed. A study Read More …

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Pole Dancing is Not Just For Thots

DID YOU KNOW THAT POLE DANCING IS A SKILL FOR HOES AND HOES IN TRAINING? YEA, ME NEITHER. HEAVY SIGH – So there’s this video going viral showing a little Black girl at the playground sliding down a pole like a pro as other children watch her land perfectly in the splits. The insulting meme attached is “The Moment You Read More …

Don’t Support Michael Jackson’s Xscape? You Don’t Get What He Stood For!

Don’t Support Michael Jackson’s Xscape? You Don’t Get What He Stood For! And, quite frankly you’re missing out. There are more than a few bangin’ tracks on the CD and it’s much much better than the “Michael” project that was released a few years back. I am actually pleasantly surprised that I am so into this project. I didn’t expect Read More …

Theresa Gonsalves Shares Making Love to Michael Jackson and How She Inspired “Billie Jean”

Theresa Gonsalves Was Michael Jackson’s Lover How come no women have ever come forward with stories of intimate encounters with Michael Jackson? How come he never dated Black or ethnic girls? If you have ever questioned this and meant it in more than a rhetorical and facetious manner and if you have an open mind and can receive credible information Read More …

Meet Graffiti Queen Stef 1

Graffiti is an important part of the five elements of hip hop culture. Many times it is often looked at as a male dominated art form. But of course there are plenty of females representing and doing a great job.   I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Chicago graffiti queen better known as, STEF 1. On an Read More …

Book Review: “My Friend Michael: An Ordinary Friendship with an Extraordinary Man”

by Vernay Lewis As promised, I read my second of three Michael Jackson related books that I promised to review. This time around, it was that of longtime friend and assistant, Frank Cascio (aka Frank Tyson, then back to Frank Cascio – the name changes are explained in the book). As reluctant as I had been to read Jermaine’s book, Read More …

Book Review: You Are Not Alone, Michael: Through a Brother’s Eyes

by Vernay Lewis Book reviews are not usually what I use my creative juices to write, but every once in a while, it’s okay to make an exception from the norm. Before I begin, I should tell you that I go by, “The Number One Michael Jackson Fan in the State of Delaware”. Without giving you the details behind the Read More …