Dear White People Review: Episode 1

Film Synopsis Dear White People was first released in 2014 as a film directed by Justin Simien. The story followed four black students as they attended a predominately white institute named Winchester University. Each character represented a different perspective on what it meant to be black in a majority white space and each handled racism differently in a [...]

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Joey Bada$$ Releases All-Amerikkan Badass

It's here! All-Amerikkkan Badass from one of hip hops young lyric driven and passionate artist, Joey Badass. Joey teased us with his radio friendly single, Devastated back in May 2016 then he dropped, Land of the Free the beginning of this year. The visuals and lyrics for Land of the Free, the three k's in [...]

Trailer released for the new Netflix series Dear White People!

It's finally here; the trailer for the new Netflix series, Dear White People. The series, based on the 2014 film, Dear White People, will follow six completely different black students at a predominately white institute. The 2014 satirical piece, written and directed by Justin Simeon, starred Tessa Thompson as the no non-sense, pro black, Sam White but in [...]

Kehlani and Little Simz explore London in “Table”

Kehlani took a trip to London to shoot the visual for Table featuring her good friend, U.K. rapper, Little Simz. The Bay area singer is set to go on tour to promote her album, SWEETSEXYSAVAGE (TLC, anyone?) which is set to drop January 27th. The video was shot by David Camarena and the song features a cool [...]

Tyler, The Creator Follows His Own Color Palette with Golf Wang’s Winter ’16 Lookbook

Tyler, The Creator has released the Golf Wang Winter '16 lookbook: Winter's Calling with an array of his signature colorful apparel. The release features sweaters, jackets, dad hats, polka dot pants, and a new addition of bathrobes. Tyler has shown that he follows his own rules, no traditional winter colors, no traditional patterns, and no conformity. He did all [...]

Watch the powerful trailer for “The 13th” directed by Ava DuVernay

The new series, Queen Sugar, isn’t the only project Ava DuVernay has been working on these past couple of years. The brilliant director will explore the many parallels between slavery and mass incarceration in America in the documentary, The 13th. The trailer shows the government and many politicians enforcing racially motivated laws over the years [...]