Jay-Z Opens Up to The New York Times

Hello everyone! So, I was finally able to take a break from studying for finals and working on presentations, blah, blah…and I was able to sit and watch the recent interview that Jay-Z did with The New York Times. The Brooklyn-native sat down for a conversation with the Times’ executive editor, Dean Baquet, in New York late last September; the main topics of which seemed … Continue reading Jay-Z Opens Up to The New York Times

Grammy Nominations 2018

Hey Street Poetry fans! It’s Liss here from blisswithliss coming to talk to you guys about these Grammy nominations. If you love street poetry, then you’ll definitely want to check out her guest post on my blog blisswithliss. Now about these nominations… I personally don’t care too much for them. As a music fan, I pay attention to them but I just feel like Hip … Continue reading Grammy Nominations 2018

Swizz Beatz & J. Cole Hit The Studio

It looks like Swizz Beatz officially has redefined the goal that most students have of securing a “job” after graduation. Not even a whole week after graduating from Harvard Business School (#fromthebronxtoharvard), the producer is showing us that all of his focus is back on the music! Swizz Beatz has just helped produce and was featured on a part of Fabolous’ new album, Friday on … Continue reading Swizz Beatz & J. Cole Hit The Studio

I Love Black People: NMAAHC “Musical Crossroads”

Hey everybody! This is just a quick post of me gushing over what I experienced at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. the other day. So, because my professor is the G.O.A.T. (shout out to Professor Williams-Johnson!), my Social & Internet Marketing class was able to go to the NMAAHC before opening hours and take a tour of the … Continue reading I Love Black People: NMAAHC “Musical Crossroads”