Woman Wednesday: U4U Podcast by Kedesha Campbell

A podcast for you, about you, to make a better you. In the first episode of U4U Podcast, Kedesha Campbell answers the title question, “How Do You Do It?”. Kedesha created U4U Podcast while on her self care journey. She decided to work on herself after realizing the effects of her new environment. She talks…

#BHM Woman Wednesday: Vintage Black Glamour

Rarely seen photos of Vintage Black Glamour Vintage Glamour is beautiful. The glamour shot photography of that era has no competition. The glamour shot changed Hollywood and the public’s view of the “celebrity”. The history of the glamour shot originated with printed  2 1/2 x 4″ cartes-de-visites during the American Civil War. By the 1930s, the glamour…

Woman Wednesday: The Evolution of Kelis

Kelis Rogers is a singer, songwriter, chef, and muse from Harlem, NY. The “first girl to scream on a track” stepped onto the music scene when her raspy vocals touched the hook of Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s Got Your Money.  As a singer, she explores R&B, Hip Hop, Soul, and EDM. As a chef who graduated from the Le Cordon…

Woman Wednesday: The Female DJ

The DJ industry is no longer male-dominated. As the meaning of Disc Jockey evolves, the gender behind it does the same. Here are some mixes from my favorite female DJs. There’s a mix for each mood; when you’re mellow, hype, or in between. Nothing New by Vashtie x Noumenon sunflowers & melancholy by Sasha Marie…

Woman Wednesday: Kenricka Ox

    Kenricka was featured previously in an Art Feature back in 2015. She is a visual artist now based in New York City. Her artwork stems from a sociological perspective. With digital animations fit for Adult Swim, she documents her thoughts, the demons that we face, the current generation and the society that has molded…

Woman Wednesday: Sophia

R&B has developed and adapted to the changing music scene. The Atlanta songstress, Sophia, is a part of the new R&B. She grabs influence from legends like Aaliyah and Sade. Sophia breaks out of the mold of traditional R&B with her unique vocals and Daft Punk samples. She combines pop, soul, and R&B. Her debut…

Woman Wednesday: Rinny Riot

  Rinny Riot is a blogger at missriot.com and Managing Editor at Black Girl with Long Hair, a beauty and culture website dedicated to black women. Rinny is based in Los Angeles, California, but Houston-the third ward to be exact-Texas is her hometown. Her style is extremely admirable + eccentric AND she’s a fellow Tame Impala lover. View…

Woman Wednesday: Betty Davis

 “I’m very aggressive on stage, and men usually don’t like aggressive woman. They usually like submissive women, or woman that pretend to be submissive.” Betty Davis is a 60s-late 70s funk, R&B, and soul singer who was known for her free expression. Davis is the first NastyGal, known for her progressive, carefree image that was…

Woman Wednesday: Sarah Nicole Francois 

Sarah Nicole Francois, 24, is an Orlando based creative, vlogger and owner of 000SPORTSWEAR///. With her badass style and experience with Marc Ecko, Francois is an unapologetic carefree black girl who is making her vision a reality. Her line, 000SPORTSWEAR, is futuristic, minimalist, and gender neutral. It’s as bold as she is. Her confident alternative…