No One:

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No One:

Solange’s perfect album “When I Get Home” Is still sermoning to us, months after it’s release.

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MIXTAPE REVIEW: WHILE WE W A I T

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MIXTAPE REVIEW: WHILE WE W A I T

Two years after her true Debut, SweetSexySavage, Kehlani pours a bit more of her soul out for public consumption. With Picturesque penmanship and dewy production as refreshing as a spring morning, Kehlani holds fans over with her brand new mixtape “While We Wait”.

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LOVE LIFE W/ JRDN

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LOVE LIFE W/ JRDN

Just in time for Valentine's Day, The Psyce features New York City’s favorite Dater as a guest co-host for their very first NSFW episode. With JRDN in the studio, Muse and Steph discuss the best hoe anthems and how R&B music is void of romance nowadays

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HOMETOWN HERO

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HOMETOWN HERO

Hometown Hero, and D.C. Legend, Michael Muse sits down and chats about the ups and downs of the music industry, how it felt being the lead singer of a group that inspired his career, and newcomers in music that can carry the torch. The Muse on Muse interview premiered in snippet form on the audio leg of this site - Black Music Podcast, “The Psyce”. Here, for the first time anywhere, is the full interview.

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THAT'S B A 3

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THAT'S B A 3

Washington D.C. Native and overall bad ass, Brandon Alonso has been feverishly perfecting his craft as a photographer, graphic & fashion designer, and overall business man for the bulk of his adult life. Well known in the area for his BA3 Artwear collective and brand, Brandon is soaring to new heights. He even most recently showed BA3’s S/S19 collection “ERUPT” at the PRET-A-PORTER stage during NYFW. Take a look.

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EVERYWHERE & N O W H E R E

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EVERYWHERE & N O W H E R E

The Cut’s very own Lindsay Peoples Wagner published a riveting piece on their site today about the visibility and invisibility facing African Americans in Fashion today. Showing how we, as a people, are marginalized in every industry, The Cut deep dives into a foray of fashion faux pas, but this time it’s not on trend. Excerpts of her story, along with first hand accounts of the 100+ individuals in the industry, are here after the jump.

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