This week, Janelle Monae and newcomer Jidenna led a march protesting police brutality in Philly. Now, Monáe and her Wondaland Records crew have released “Hell You Talmbout”, a powerful protest song, featuring the entire Wondaland roster (Monáe, Jidenna, Roman GianArthur, Deep Cotton, St. Beauty, and George 2.0).
So I was scrolling through my Instagram timeline and I came across this:
Is Tyrese tryna get with Ms. Monae??? I mean, if he is, I ain’t mad. I actually welcome that. I think they’d make a super cute couple, and their babies would be the bomb.com. I certainly agree, there is definitely something very alluring about Janelle Monae, and I think Tyrese hit the nail on the head with his caption. What do you think? Should Tyrese and Janelle Monae give it a shot?
“Saying we rock is a response to our neglect.” That’s a quote from #BlackGirlsRock founder and executive director Ms. Beverly Bond. Bond, a visionary and social innovator has changed the game in more ways than one. Noted as one of the most influential DJ’s and trendsetters of our time, Bond is now taking the world by storm by empowering not only Black youth, but also Black women with BGR!. In 2010, Beverly Bond partnered with BET to share her BLACK GIRLS ROCK! vision with the rest of the world, and last night, we had the pleasure of taking part in the experience! Here are my top 10 moments that ROCKED from BGR!