Response to All The Best Pieces About Beyoncé’s Lemonade:
I’m at an impasse at the moment. I’m not sure if I am in the position to comment due to my Nature(I am becoming a new Creature- most Christians and non-Christian will get it.). I love Beyoncé’s infusion of the African Diaspora into her music. Allow me to interject that I believe that her music is contingent upon backlash. I remembered before Sasha Fierce that her fans wanted more sex appeal. I also remember before this (Lemonade) fans were saying that she didn’t support the Black community. Either way, her marketing and branding skills are on-point if my theory is correct. She slowly gathers the masses who are being left behind with each new album.(Ahem, and she is able to do so in a capitalistic fashion. Anybody else see a problem with that? No? Okay) Anyway, I have a slight problem. Before there was Bey, Badu and Scott encouraged us to embrace our bodies, Africa, and our Southerness. Maybe they have not spoken on infidelity in Bey”s fashion but please believe they put females and males in their place with the quickness in their own way. Beyoncé is a bad girl, but this Flashpoint of her career did not occur in a vacuum. Also, let us not forget Macy Gray she was rock n roll to the core.
Response to 21 Of The Best Southern Hip Hop Album Covers:
Goodie Mob “Still Standing” and Playa Fly “Movin On”