What do the feminine faces of rap teach us about society’s attitudes towards black women?
As we delve deeper into the science of conjure and examine the mechanics of manifestation can the internalized misogyny of hip hop remain unchecked for much longer?
I was raised as a tomboy and growing up my father dressed me in men’s clothes. I wore the baggiest, most unflattering shit until I was 17 years old...
I listen to A LOT of rap and dancehall. Lyrics have always been my favorite way of speaking life into myself and into my projects. If it makes your sacral chakra vibrate or your coochie jump with excitement then I wanna hear about it!