Tinashe Is Excited to See Young Black Women in Music Thrive
The singer discusses her album, 333, and the YouTube Originals docuseries The Outsiders?, in which she opens up about her experiences with racism.Read more: ELLE Magazine (US) »
Tierra Whack's New 3-Song EP 'Rap?' is a Distillation of Her Competitive SpiritOne of music’s most exciting new innovators keeps writing her own story.
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'Magic dirt': How the internet fueled, and defeated, the pandemic's weirdest companyNEW: For 25 years, a man sold dirt on the internet — most recently for $110 per bag. This summer, some Facebook groups began posting that they were cooking and bathing with it. Last week, during BrandyZadrozny’s reporting, the product was taken offline. BrandyZadrozny And now there are magic dirt merchants🤣 Black Oxygen Organics, or “BOO”, was marketed as fulvic acid, a compound derived from decayed plants, that was dug up from an Ontario peat bog. Put more simply, the product is dirt — 4.5 ounces of it, sealed in a sleek black plastic bag and sold for $110 plus shipping. BrandyZadrozny IDGAF
‘Magic dirt’: How the internet fueled and defeated the pandemic’s weirdest MLMThe social media posts started in May: photos and videos of smiling people, mostly women, drinking Mason jars of black liquid, slathering black paste on their
‘The Harder They Fall’ Director Explains How the Music Serves as a “Celebration” of Black PeopleJeymes Samuel, a British singer/songwriter known as The Bullitts and the film's director/co-writer, provides commentary in a live performance video for Netflix Playlist.
Arrest made in fatal shooting of Jacqueline Avant in Los AngelesBeverly Hills police made an arrest in the fatal shooting of Jacqueline Avant, wife of the music executive known as the 'Godfather of Black Music.' Aariel Mayno Are we allowed to use the word 'black' these days?