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Tulsa King has a talented roster of writers, directors, and producers behind the camera. That includes creator Taylor Sheridan (Yellowstone), Terrance Winter (The Sopranos), and Allen Coulter (The West Wing). With an eclectic mix of comedy and brass knuckles drama, Tulsa King could be the next big streaming hit for Paramount+, a streaming network that desperately needs to add new streaming and long-lasting content. Thankfully, they have a legend in Sylvester Stallone to lead them, hopefully, into Sopranos-like heights.

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Obviously, Severance was one of the best shows of 2022. You can still rewatch the first season whenever you want to remind yourself of that (and we recommend doing so), but it won't make the wait for Season 2 any easier. The good news is that filming is officially underway, and eight new cast members, including John Noble, Gwendoline Christie, and Merritt Wever, have joined the show's already stacked ensemble. Let's start taking bets on who's playing a severed employee now.

We have no idea yet! Creator Dan Erickson didn't reveal much at the Severance Comic-Con panel, saying only that Season 2 would focus on "building out the world a little bit more, and with this tweak to reality, what the ramifications would be." And when asked whether the show will explain what the deal is with the goats, Erickson simply replied, "Yeah." Great!

I have to take a moment to give Toni Blackman her flowers. Ms. Blackman, aka Auntie Toni, is the first hip-hop ambassador to the U.S. State Department. Her work as a hip hop pioneer and her groundwork for Rhyme Like a Girl has help set the tone for hip hop and education globally and how girls (and women) see themselves in the culture nationally and abroad.

I haven't battled in years, but that electrifying feeling always returns when I watch them spit impromptu bars and phrases effortlessly with the spirit of the Bronx flowing through every syllable. It feels like home.

First, before I dive in, I left corporate two months ago and it has felt so liberating and freeing. I've been wanting to tell you all about it, but I seriously have not had the time...

While I work on that journal, I wanted to pop in and say hello and to share those podcast marketing tips that I promised you all...if I can ever help with marketing, consultation or if you just want to have a ki ki...reach out. :)

As a matter of fact, the rawness and authenticity of her style can still be felt today with Memphis newcomer GloRilla! Hearing a woman assert herself unapologetically on a track like that, during an era when Foxy, Kim and Lauryn dominated airwaves, but all possessed that eastcoast vibe. (I would've loved to have heard Princess Loko back in the day.)

While we are here, I may or may not have gone on a rant about this when I chatted with the Love 1st Podcast last month. Please follow NAT (and her new album is coming soon) and K da Don (who honestly made one of the cutest 'I'm trying to holla at you' songs at a fair that I've heard in a long time.)

How did this man go through life pretty much being a cool ass uncle and a deadbeat dad at the same time? He's the same guy? How could his behavior be so skewed? Did he not have resources? Did the military ruin him? I was pissed, distraught, confused and empathetic. I could not understand.

First of all, I've missed you. But my travels have been great! I'm still creating, writing and working. June was a busy month for me and I plan to share it all when I have time to edit the adventures. In the meantime, here is a quick Harlem Juneteenth recap of me spinning at St. Nicholas Park and New Orleans Essence Fest vacay quick snap. (Quick note, I'll be in Dallas, TX Aug 23-27.)

As I've gotten older, I am finding that I'm becoming that auntie at the party constantly saying "I'm here for the young girls." "Let them have their moment!." And my favorite "I don't have to choose." For some reason, the hip hop hoteps aka the "'Teps in the Name of Love" have decided that the women folk have been too liberated lately.

I'm so tired of the mansplaining gaslighting patriarchal energy running rampid in this country today. I have a white man in my life right now, who's soul purpose has been gaslighting me anytime that we have a conversation. Little does he know, he's about 13 years too late, because after Psycho, I'm completely gaslight-proof. So, the jokes on him.

My loves, I have been writing, working and planning non-stop but externally- I've had the pleasure of working on some really cool podcasts with some dope ass creators- I promise to share more when the time is right.

But, I wanted to find moments of intimacy, pleasure and "love making" which did NOT involve that particular physical act. The innocence of love is quite beautiful, nuanced and the art of seduction can be subtle. I hope that you all will check out these films and enjoy the moments of queer black love as much as I have.

The interaction is foreshadowed with Taylor proclaiming "I had a dream about you." Of course the viewer (and Candice)all began to have an inkling of what that "dream" might be. But to all our surprise- Taylor's dream is innocent. She dreamed that she was combing Candice's hair.

Let's be clear, what happened last night was NOT about protecting black women. Neither of these men are champions of intersectionality; nor have they done anything to address misogynoir. As a matter of fact, they are both arguably part of the problem. Chris Rock felt empowered to go on America's biggest stage to panhandle white laughs at the expense of a Black woman in pain. Will Smith, tormented with the memes and the jokes regarding his marriage, needed to avenge his ego publicly, and firmly against another black man, instead of comforting his wife.

It means that two of our greats had a low moment and this is the perfect time to show young brothers how to actually protect black women. (Don't get it twisted- we can protect ourselves, because we've had to for decades.) But it would be nice to have someone properly speak up for us in our silence for once, instead of somehow making it about themselves...

I think it's important to have your voice in the room. I won't go on a rant on the forced assimilation that African Americans have experienced in this country, while other minorities voluntarily enjoy acculturation- and the nuanced struggle of experiencing that via a queer lens. But I will say that I am especially thankful for the work that #NBJC does for keeping OUR stories and the voices of black queer folks amplified.

I figured I should make a list based on women creators for a person that may be curious about what women emcees/rappers are out there now; OR someone that may not have had a proper introduction to BOTH genders of hip hop. If that sounds like you, or if you're just a hip hop connoisseur, then this is a great thread for you.

(Also, to avoid the stigma of trauma porn, I have to notate that there are so many more prevalent themes in this story: such celebrating agriculture, the cyclical nature of water, female representation in respected and "non-traditional roles", community building and joy driving in black culture.) I share that to say, this particular theme stuck out to me because of the conversations being had around current social justice movements (for all people) and how it relates to black feminine leadership. 041b061a72


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