We look to figures like Beyonce as the ultimate black female role model, but without the original Queen (of Soul) paving the way for future female artists, there would be no Queen Bey.
It’s evident that Beyoncé and Jay-Z have grown a lot from where their mindsets were during their previous solo projects, and though the Carters’ collaborative album has been long-awaited, it is far from long overdue.
With a 3.5 out of 5 album rating on iTunes in just 14 hours, on Friday, VOX Media Cafe reporters went to Centennial Olympic Park in downtown Atlanta to ask young people about their opinions on DJ Khaled’s new album, “Grateful.”
Music plays a very important part in our culture right now. People use music to wake up, work out, party, etc. I combined some current personal favorites and songs that specifically relate to the summertime with the help of the Billboard Hot 100 list to curate this summer 2k16 playlist. “Can’t Stop the Feeling” — […]
“Lemonade” is more than a homage or a Declaration of Independence from her husband Jay Z and her haters, it’s pro black and black feminist.
This semester, VOX Investigates takes a deep dive into teen dating violence. According to loveisrespect.org, an organization dedicated to combating dating violence, one in three teens is a victim of sexual, physical, verbal or emotional abuse stemming from an unhealthy dating relationship. Sometimes, unhealthy relationships can be ingrained in our thinking through various mediums, including […]
In celebration of the 50th anniversary since its birth, Beyonce and her team paid tribute to the The Black Panthers. The empowering effort has been fogged by slander. “Formation” has been portrayed as polarizing, described along the lines of reverse racism. In an interview with CNN, Rudy Giuliani spoke on the performance, calling it an […]