#NewPlaylist Cocoa Butter & Sex

Happy Valentine’s Day 2k19. Here’s a sexy R&B playlist for the lovebirds! I’ll update it weekly just like Razberry Smoothie. Advertisements

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Best Movies to Watch While Single

In this month I know we are totally focused on couples and love stories, but it’s important to nudge your single friend with some flicks that celebrate friendship and self-love. Here is my compilation of the best single-girl movies out there. Disney’s Frozen I know what you’re thinking. Nisey really? But yeah! This movie is about two…

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D.A.D presents Fashion, Art, & Music: The MELANIN EFFECT Event

The MELANIN EFFECT will be a night of appreciation for black art through all aspects: a variety of live music, live paintings, spoken poetry, dance interpretation, and a fashion show full of intentions. Artists will consist of JROCJARVIS, Donnosti, Sumo.theArtist, and more. WE are music, fashion, and dance. WE are the ART. Let’s all support…

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#NewMusicMonday “Homies Anthem” by M.C Tae

New Music Monday is an artist from Cleveland, Ohio. M.C Tae has this super dope single called “Homies Anthem”. I found this gem on Twitter and I think ya’ll can vibe to it. Check Out the live performance video below:   Subscribe to MSNISEYBABY.COM for New Singles, Albums, & Videos From Indie Musicians Every Monday.  Want your…

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#Watch Mia Ayana’s New Music Video for “Dominion”

Singer, Poet Mia Ayana is back with a new music video for single “Dominion”. Along with dropping new singles like this and an upcoming single called “3 AM” that drops Feb. 15 -Ayana will be in Tupelo, MS to sign her new poetry book “Who Am I?” on March 2nd. Check out the video below.

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Like My Curls? Here’s My List of Products and How I Use Them.

I get a lot of questions about my hair and I have to tell you before you continue to read this; if you’re just beginning to go natural, please know that you will not always get the results you expect. This natural hair thing is a trial and error affair.  I have two ways to…

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J. Tallie’s Official Music Video for ” Kush & Cognac” | #CheckItOutHere

Following his new album “Suavae” –  J. Tallie releases a new video for the DJ Fury-produced single “Kush and Cognac”. Check it out below.

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Celebrate Black History Month by sending cards from The Carrie Card Company

While scrolling down my timeline, I discovered a printing company created by Deborah Carrie called The Carrie Card Company. These awesome artistic cards were designed for urban consumers and businesses.   The company says they use premium card stock paper, photographic prints and artist embellishments to bring the cards to life. They have collections, wholesale options, calendars and…

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#BlackCreativesMonth Ice Cube

The black creative that I chose to highlight is O’Shea Jackson Sr. aka Ice Cube who is an American rapper, writer/director and actor. Ice Cube initially gained recognition as a member of the hip hop group C.I.A. in 1984. Then shortly after that group dismembered, himself, Dr. Dre and Eazy E, formed the group N.W.A,…

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Albums to Add to Your Playlist from January

Since late last year, artists had been gearing up to drop new music for this new year 2K19. Here is a list of my favorite albums and songs that dropped last month: TDT album by Big K.R.I.T From the samples, his flow, and of course the content of his music, Big K.R.I.T delivered TDT in the…

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Back to Black: Cocoa Butter & Sex

Do you smell that? Cocoa Butter and Sex. It’s black history month and love is in the air because it is officially February. I recently watched an episode of “Trigger Warning with Killer Mike” on Netflix, and he spent 3 days only buying or using black-owned products or services. As you can imagine, it was…

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#BlackCreativesMonth Langston Hughes

Happy Birthday to American poet Langston Hughes! He was one of the earliest innovators of a new literary art form called jazz poetry. Best known as one of the leaders of the Harlem Renaissance in New York City. The poetry and fiction he wrote reflected the lives of working-class blacks in America at that time -reflecting…

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