From Lucille Bogan in the 1930s to Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion today, Black women have long celebrated their sexuality. Hess Love's "Heauxin' Blues" playlist proves this. Black sexuality has been celebrated in song for generations. Suffice it to say,
DaBaby represents a departure from the era of the self-serious, brooding, and borderline self-righteous rapper to something more, well, fun. This past weekend, North Carolina rapper DaBaby finally made his long-awaited debut on Saturday Night Live and boy… what a
The 'Hustlers' Twitter campaign should have been an opportunity to share the hustle of actual sex workers, but they found themselves marginalized yet again. This essay contains discussions of sexual violence, whorephobia/anti-sex work sentiment, and mentions r/pe By Adrie Rose Hustlers has potential.
Megan Thee Stallion challenges the notion that womxn who rap can only express themselves in one way, be one thing, and that must be approved of by men working in the music industry. By Ro Carson Multi-hyphenate rapper Jermaine Dupri recently expressed