…at monitoring me!!!
I haven’t updated my site since February – FEBRUARY!!! – because I’ve been super-busy working on stuff (that I promise you’ll see soon and will, hopefully, be happily surprised by). Still…
…that doesn’t take y’all off the hook for not pressing me to post more.
DO BETTER, PEOPLE!!! CONTROL YOUR H–…er, um. I mean, nudge me more. I’m nudgeable. Act like you care, blackdammit!!!
In the meantime, I’ll be doing what I’m doing. Just remember, I do it all for y’all. (Well, most of it, anyway.😜)
Shit. This just might be one of the greatest things I’ve ever seen on television. As a Libra, and as me in general, I can sometimes be a bit hyperbolic, but it’s usually warranted. It means I really want you to feel what I’m saying. I’m not being hyperbolic here. This really was one of the greatest things I’ve ever seen. Continue reading
Went to a release party last night for Anderson .Paak‘s new album “Malibu.” My God. It’s EPIC. Three songs in and my whole body was covered with chills. It’s the same kind of feeling I had the very first time I heard D’Angelo‘s debut album “Brown Sugar.” Continue reading
You guys know I don’t promote/sell a lot out here, so when I do, it’s because I want to share with you something that I truly love, believe in, and/or have been greatly impacted by in some way. To that end, I want to share an amazing book that I read by a dear friend of mine, Suzette Webb. I’m not talking about her book just because she’s my dear friend. I’m talking about it because her book genuinely shook me to the core when I read it because it is so brutally honest, real, and soul-baring in a way that is braver than most of us are willing to be in real life, let alone on the page for all to read and judge. Her book, Blues To Blessings: from Fearful to Faithful is the very candid and gripping tale of her arduous journey to realize her dreams.
It speaks to the bravery of being willing to listen to your intuition when it comes to your calling, even when Continue reading
I saw it last night and again this afternoon. It’s one of the best films I’ve ever seen. A master class in how to make a biopic. The best casting I’ve ever seen for a film based on real people. I was emotionally involved from the first scene down to the last. So emotionally-involved that throughout the movie my heart raced, I cheered, I sang along to music that has been an important part of my evolution, I fist-pumped, I laughed, my eyes teared. I felt all the feels. When it was over, Continue reading