Every Love Has An Ending

I remember back when I was a child, I made up a song called “Every Love Has An Ending”. I can also remember hitting record and singing into my cute and colorful boom box like I was a superstar. The song was about a cheating man who broke a woman’s heart. I can’t remember how old I was, but I’m Read More …

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#MJWeAreOne – Things Michael Jackson Taught Me

If Michael Jackson were alive today he’d be celebrating his 55th birthday. As a child raised by a single mother, Michael was my obsession, boyfriend and father-figure. Here are some of the things Michael Jackson taught me as I was growing up! Love Everyone Through his words and music Michael Jackson taught me that we are all one, we are Read More …

Women’s History Month Spotlight: Natalia ‘Saw Lady’ Paruz

Name and occupation: Natalia Paruz – musical saw player and busker What do you love most about being a woman? I like being a woman in what originally was considered a man’s world: when I started to play the musical saw I was the only woman performing at concerts with about 20 men playing the same instrument. It gave me Read More …

Ask Dangerous Lee – What do you think about the Chris Brown and Rihanna musical collaborations?

Q: What do you think about the Chris Brown and Rihanna musical collaborations? Shana T. Detroit, MI A: I have not heard either track and I really don’t care to listen, but I think that those two have made amends and appearing on each others track is a way to show that they respect each other musically, but, and this Read More …

Flint Stuff Spotlight: D Fro – Delirious Days

This music video, made by D-Fro (a producer/MC out of the Owosso/Flint area) and directed by label mate Tim Evans, promotes you to never give up on yourself, even if the world around us wants us to sometimes. D-Fro is an advocate for self-discovery and awareness of world affairs. Check out more at www.fb.com/dfromusic. Note: Original video has been removed Read More …

Taiwan: Where a Nigger Can Be King

This image has gone viral! It is a photo of a real hip hop clothing store in Taiwan. I have learned that because of their understanding of hip hop music and culture that NIGGER is commonly used when referring to Black people. They mean no harm, they are simply ignorant to what the word NIGGER means and represents. However, this Read More …