by Jonathan P-Wright | Apr 14, 2023 | Black Girl Magic, Latest |
Living the Dream Virtually in Italy
As I ride my Peloton bike, my virtual journey takes me through the picturesque landscapes of Italy. The lush greenery, quaint villages, and winding roads make for a delightful cycling experience. But my attention is momentarily diverted when I tune in to The Nikkie Clarke Show via YouTube TV.
A Surreal Moment with Desarae Dee
Watching Desarae Dee, an award-winning fusion artist, perform in front of a national TV audience is an emotional moment for me. Witnessing someone blossom from a cocoon into a beautiful butterfly of success is a divine moment in life.
Desarae Dee‘s journey has been one of resilience, determination, and hard work. She has never been allowed to live a conventional lifestyle. Entering this world with great expectations and invisible pressure to excel at the highest level in life, understanding and learning music instrumentation at a supreme level is not designed for the faint of heart.
Unorthodox Genius Audio Listening Experience
Desarae Dee’s brand of music combines multiple genres to engineer an eccentric genius audio listening experience. Being able to play multiple instruments enables her to infuse Hip-Hop, R&B, and Pop music into an eccentric jambalaya of mastery. Organically, Desarae Dee’s music, lifestyle, and brand have been covered by 50+ media outlets over the past twenty months.
The ‘Queen of Vibes’ striking beauty, gargantuan humility, and fearless ambition has driven Desarae Dee to unthinkable heights of ascendancy. Her multimedia empire includes TV/Film, record label, music production, virtual live stream E-Learning, and global merchandising.
A Dream Come Full Circle
The Nikkie Clarke Show is a global TV broadcast platform recognized as mainstream media. Nikkie Clarke found supreme value in the brand of Desarae Dee and invited her onto the show. Sitting before a live audience, Desarae Dee’s dream came full circle.
In 2023, Desarae catches flights and not feelings in pursuing her dream. She’s the CEO of her company and signs every and every check. As I finish my 30-minute cycle run through Italy, it becomes unequivocally clear that Desarae Dee understands God’s plan for her purpose. The movement of Desarae Dee is officially activated in 2023.
Desarae Dee’s story is one of inspiration and determination. It reminds us that anything is possible with hard work, passion, and perseverance. Her unorthodox and unique brand of music is a testament to her creativity and talent. As we navigate our own journeys in life, let us draw inspiration from Desarae Dee and continue to relentlessly pursue our dreams.
by Derrick T Lewis | Apr 14, 2023 | Latest, Music News, New Music Alert |
There was a new single drop by Drake back in March, which was premiered on his SiriusXM radio station Sound 42. This track is titled “Search & Rescue,” was produced by Sad Pony, BNYX, as well as 40, and features a sample of the audio from “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” that contains audio from Kim Kardashian’s highly publicized divorce. Regarding the overall subject matter of Drake’s song, it can be heard that he is harmonizing about what he thinks would make a good relationship.
Streaming of “Search & Rescue” on all major streaming platforms becomes official today (April 7). Considering that other songs have emerged over the past few months, it would be safe to say that there will be plenty more to come, such as a full-length album to enjoy in the near future.
As June 2022 drew to a close, Drake surprised the world with the release of his 7th studio album, Honestly, Nevermind. During this time, the Canadian icon began exploring more electronic sounds with his music. Besides 21 Savage contributing a single feature to the record, decorated producers including Black Coffee, &ME, Gordo, and Alex Lustig have also contributed to this genre-bending record. Due to 204,000 album-equivalent units sold in the first week of the album’s release, Honestly, Nevermind became Drake’s 11th No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. As it turned out a few months later, he would reunite with 21 for the release of Her Loss, another chart-topper that featured tracks from Birdman, Travis Scott, Young Nudy, Lil Yachty, Elijah Fox, and “Big Facts” host Big Bank.
by Fabiola Noel | Apr 14, 2023 | Latest, Music News, New Music Alert |
According to our latest information, CMG (Collective Music Group) is still in the process of taking over the label. Despite his incarceration, Mozzy would not let his incarceration hold him back from seeing the light of day when the second quarter of 2023 comes around. As a rapper, Mozzy has always been a menace, but after Kendrick Lamar gave him an award at the 60th Grammy Awards, Mozzy started putting a whole lot of pressure on him to make a good rap song.
Over the course of more than a decade, the Sacramento rapper has consistently released hot singles. Whether you believe it or not, many people would say that he is among the hardest west coast artists to ever come out of the region. Despite some of his music being overlooked by some to an extent, he will never let that stop him from making quality street music each and every time he performs. As of today (Apr. 7), KOLLECT KALL is out for all to hear.
With KOLLECT KALL, Mozzy releases his 21st EP and the follow-up to last year’s Survivor’s Guilt. After turning himself in to the feds to serve a one year sentence in 2022, the CMG rapper found himself at a crossroads of his career. His plea to a charge of possessing a firearm by a felon convicted of a felony was accepted by the court. As Mozzy began his sentence last July, it is now just a few months before his official return to the United States.
In spite of the fact that it is likely that we will have to wait quite some time before we hear Mozzy’s next full length project, he has delivered fans this new EP to hold them over until then. It was revealed that he was working on the project ahead of the release of his latest single, “Free All The Lifers” which was released alongside a brief trailer that included a phone call from the singer.
by Tanyette McCoy Davis | Apr 14, 2023 | Latest, Social Justice |
It is with a heavy heart that we report on an incident that took place in a Houston-area high school. A history teacher reportedly used a Black student to discuss selling slaves during class. This is an absolutely unacceptable use of a student in the classroom, and it highlights the need for more sensitivity and awareness when teaching about such a sensitive topic.
The incident took place at Kahla Middle School in Houston, where the student was allegedly asked by the teacher to stand up and be “auctioned off” as part of a lesson on slavery. The student’s mother Tori Ards spoke to a local news station ABC 13, saying that her daughter was “humiliated” by the experience.
Many feel that this incident is just another example of the racism that still exists in our society. Some are calling for the teacher to be fired, while others are calling for more sensitivity training for all staff members.
It’s clear that this incident has struck a nerve with many people. The question now is how will the school district respond? Will they take action to ensure that something like this doesn’t happen again?
The school district released a statement saying they are investigating the incident and taking appropriate action. They also said that they do not condone this type of behavior in the classroom. This is a deeply troubling incident, and our thoughts are with the student and his family.
In the United States, racism has always been a factor in education. From segregated schools to the achievement gap, race has played a role in how students are treated and what opportunities they have.
This is just one example of how racism can impact education. It can create an environment where students of color feel unwelcome, unsafe, and like they don’t belong. This can lead to them feeling disengaged and disconnected from their schooling, which can result in lower grades and test scores. Additionally, racist attitudes and behaviors can make it difficult for students of color to build relationships with their peers and teachers, further isolating them.
Racism not only impacts individual students, but also the entire educational system. When students of color are pushed out or left behind, it creates a larger achievement gap between White students and students of color. This contributes to the cycle of poverty and inequality that plagues our country.
It is simply not enough to tell educators that they should be “sensitive” when discussing these topics. We must provide them with the tools and resources they need to ensure that their students are learning about history in a way that is respectful and informative.
We owe it to our students – and to ourselves – to make sure that our schools are places where all students can feel safe and respected. Only then can we truly learn from our history and move forward as a society.