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Christmas Music, Christmas Memories – Remembering What Makes This Time of Year So Special

Without a doubt, my favorite time of the year, the most wonderful time of the year, the time of year I look forward to more than any other — is Christmas time. What’s not to love about this time of year. This particular Christmas is special for me next Christmas I’ll be a father. Crazy. […]

Instagram’s New Terms Of Use: 3 Reasons Why I’ll Probably Quit IG

Recently, Instagram announced new Terms of Use that might scare away a great many users… myself included. You all know I love IG and while I’ve had a great time with the app – and have written about how the app should be used – I find their new terms of use absolutely frightening. The New […]

Five Things About Women I’ll Teach My Son

One of the things I look forward to most when I think about fatherhood is passing along to my son all of the nuggets of wisdom I’ve learned from my years of learning women. I never got to experience these things with my father so a big part of me looks forward to experiencing with […]

President Obama’s New Campaign Ad … Featuring Jay-Z

On Monday, the campaign to reelect President Barack Obama released a new campaign ad featuring everybody’s favorite rapper, Shawn Jay-Z Carter. The clip, nearly two minutes long, features a suited Jay discussing how the divisive nature of our American political system has fueled generations of voter apathy amongst certain populations and how a great deal […]

The 10 Best Jay-Z Features of All Time

Anyone who knows me know that I have an encyclopedic knowledge of the musical catalogue of Sean ‘Jay-Z’ Carter. I’m ashamed to admit it – but I probably quote Jay-Z lyrics more than I quote the bible. I’m the type of Jay-Z fan who’s never read the second half of Decoded because after reading the […]

Lupe Fiasco’s Surprisingly Dope Food & Liquor 2

I can’t remember being more excited about the potential of a new Hip-Hop Artist than I was when I discovered Lupe Fiasco. After listening to the original Food & Liquor for the first time, I told one of my close friends “When it’s all said and done, Lupe’s catalogue should rival that of all the […]

A Real Hero – Redefining American Exceptionalism

  I’ve always been the kind of person who runs songs into the ground. If I find something I like, I play it, and play it and play it, over and over — till something else comes along to dominate my attention. Doesn’t really matter if the song is new, or old – when a […]

What’s Your Name, What’s Your Sign: Why I Can’t Stand Astrology and Those Who Swear By It

So, you’re in the middle of a conversation with someone new and interesting. The conversation is going well and you’re both getting more and more comfortable sharing your lives’ most elucidating tidbits. You’re winding down one particularly enlightening story and looking to them to see if they appreciate the insight into your life you’ve just anecdotally […]

Out in the Open: A New Understanding of Frank Ocean’s Novacane

I remember clearly the day I first heard Frank Ocean’s Novacane. It was the earlier part of last year, on an unseasonably warm March day. I remember the day specifically because I couldn’t help but drop the windows in the car; partly because of the weather and partly because of this weirdly infectious groove streaming […]

To Be Young, Black, and Inspired

Lately, I’ve been having a great many conversations around success – what it looks like, how it is defined and most importantly, what separates those who achieve it from those who don’t. More often than not in these conversations, success comes back to talent. Most folks feel like it is the talent – the God-given […]

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