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Is The Institution of Marriage Dying? [Commentary]

There’s a state of emergency in America: married couples just can’t seem to stay together. In Black Hollywood alone there have been at least seven reported divorces, including Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey, Keyshia Cole and Daniel Gibson, and more recently Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose. Whether over infidelity or irreconcilable differences, it seems celebrity couples are calling it quits left and right with […]

Read the rest of this entry » Kelly Rowland Nails Live Performance of ‘Gone’ With Wiz Khalifa on Jimmy Fallon
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Jun
2013
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Kelly Rowland Nails Live Performance of ‘Gone’ With Wiz Khalifa on Jimmy Fallon

Just hours after her new song leaked on the internet, Kelly Rowland performed “Gone” with Wiz Khalifa on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. Like Ms. Kelly does best, the Destiny’s Child alum gave a velvety rendition, with Mr. Taylor Gang making a suave cameo. Kelly nailed it. This performance only confirms that it deserves the […]

Read the rest of this entry » New Song: Kelly Rowland Scores With ‘Gone’ (Ft. Wiz Khalifa)
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Jun
2013
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New Song: Kelly Rowland Scores With ‘Gone’ (Ft. Wiz Khalifa)

Kelly Rowland continues her hot-streak of single releases with a new track “Gone” featuring Wiz Khalifa. Kelly puts a sassy spin on the old adage, “You don’t know what you got until it’s gone,” on this Joni Mitchell-sampled tune. If there are any Kelly Rowland doubters left in the world, this track may make you […]

Read the rest of this entry » Not About That Life: Is Hip-Hop a Culture of Inauthenticity?
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May
2013
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Not About That Life: Is Hip-Hop a Culture of Inauthenticity?

Everyone knows that hip-hop music often gets flack for glorifying violence, misogyny, homophobia and the like, but very little is hip-hop held accountable for its inauthenticity. In an interview with Hardknock TV, rapper and actor Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson touched on hip-hop artists and being authentic about the things in which they rap about. “I […]

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