I saw it all over social media and people were just raving about this new album. I have to admit when I first heard of Solange, I appreciated her style and uniqueness, but wasn’t grooving so much to her sound.
But this song did it for me. “Don’t Touch My Hair”, is an anthem for all black people, and I love it
The groove is amazing, and the chorus is even better. I love the creativity of the music video. If I was to ever watch live artwork come alive in a prestigious museum, it would look like Solange’s newest video…its that Beautiful.
1974, this song came out and my parents were all over it!
We had all of Barry White’s albums, singles, various versions etc. Household name in our home
I remember seeing Barry White on Soul Train and thinking to myself “….this brotha is a bad mutha”. His slick hair, his style, his VOICE
He didn’t make me melt, but I did pay attention to his music. It was unique at that time with the Love Unlimited Orchestra, and I believe still stands up to this day. It was real music, with real musicians and a real band
1974 killed us with some damn good music
“Little White Lie” is a documentary that delves into the life of director and main character, Lacey Schwartz. Lacey clearly looked different from her Jewish family, but lived her life as a white person. In peeling back the layers, she discovers a family secret…her mother had an affair, hence Lacy learning her true identity. She
Blaxploitation…Exploitation? Actor and Icon, Fred Williamson recently honoured at the TORONTO BLACK FILM FESTIVAL for his achievement in film, breaks down his film demands and his thoughts as to who was really exploited in the 1970’s Blaxploitation films. Check it out here Tell AFRODELIK what you think
Do not miss it! 3rd Annual Toronto Black Film Festival, from February 10-15th, 2015. Films will be screened at various locations in Downtown Toronto This year, I was lucky enough to attend the Montreal Black Film Festival, to view the screening debut of Spike Lee’s Da Sweet Blood of Jesus, in which he, the man
It was the 10th Anniversary of the International Montreal Black Film Festival, with the premiere of Spike Lee’s new film Da Sweet Blood of Jesus. Spike Lee was in attendance and being honoured with its 1st Pioneer Award, presented by Habs co-captain PK Subban, seen here, followed by a Q and A. The theatre was