Thursday, April 28, 2011

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

EARGASM: A You and Me Thing

A You and Me Thing is a Bronx based hip-hop duo comprised of songstress Roqui Monroe and lyricist Noah Vinson.  I'm really enjoying what I'm hearing from them so far; it's actually refreshing.

Keep up with A You and Me Thing:

Twitter: (Noah) @Sonotnoahvee and (Roqui) @RoquiDoll



The Break-up (Prod. By Scarecrow Beats) by A You And Me Thing

Monday, April 18, 2011

EARGASM: Wiz Khalifa ft. Chevy Woods "Middle of You"

I'm not a smoker by any means, but I love this song!!!!! Unlike the majority of his fans, this song makes me want to get in the mirror and do my best Ciara impersonation. 

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Curl/Fashion Envy: Solange Knowles

I don't have many personal style icons.  But when I do get in my feminine groove, Solange Knowles is definitely one of those chicks that I look at and say "I need that".  I like to think of myself as a "silhouettest".  I am all about silhouette and her latest fits are calling my name.  Not to mention, I love her natural hair pride.  She's been natural for a while, but has now decided to start wearing natural styles after her big chop last year.  

I need this in my life!!!

Friday, April 8, 2011

EARGASM: Kelly Rowland ft. Lil' Wayne "Motivation"

When I heard this song on the radio 2 weeks ago, I was really proud of Ms. Kelly for capturing a good radio sound.  For many years, she has struggled to find and satisfy her American audience and I hope this single will give her the push she needs to overcome her past obstacles.

Although I like the song (sexiness and all), the video featured too much male hip-thrusting, with no feminine appeal whatsoever.  I'm sure my gay male friends will live for this video!

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Teyana Taylor for Vibe

When I opened my new VIBE magazine (with 50 cent) last week I was shocked to see such stunningly beautiful pictures of Ms. Teyana Taylor.  I'm not a fan of the makeup, but the overall styling is superb!

Monday, April 4, 2011

8920: Charm City!!!

Over the past week, I've been testing out some jewelry ideas. My better half fell in love with the idea of a charm bracelet and immediately started telling his friends. Within days, we've sold enough to start taking this little idea to the next level. Now, because I am a super tomboy, everything I construct in fashion has a masculine twist. I would like to market these charm bracelets as unisex, but I don't want to take the Y chromosome from my alpha-male clients. So, I'll keep it black and white (men and women).

This bracelet collection is called Good and Evil. The bracelets are all a mix of black onyx and include your choice of one charm; a skull or a cross. Any custom orders including color and extra charms will be an additional charge.

For right now, the base price of the bracelet is $35 and includes a toggle closure. For sales inquiries please contact me:

Below are just a few pictures of satisfied customers. These will be available for sale on-line at our store, so please stay tuned for more information!!

Friday, April 1, 2011

Movies: Limitless

"No one man should have all that power; the clocks ticking I just count the hours".

I really enjoyed this movie. It wasn't perfect in any sense, but if you like your thoughts provoked then it is a must see. For whatever reason, I tend to draw biblical references and themes from most movies these days; so just try to follow where I'm coming from.


- Knowledge is Power
- Too much knowledge/power is dangerous
- Nothing too good lasts forever
- Lack of self-motivation
- Dependency
- Perfection
- Good vs. Evil
- Greed

And the list goes on.........

The pill allowed him to access 100% of his brain, thus giving the capacity to store new knowledge and recall forgotten memories; as well as think situations fully through. Anyone can do this if they concentrate hard enough, right? Well, the difference is the pill allowed all of this immediately.

Now here goes my religious interpretation.........

Without spoiling the movie, the pill represents Religion. His dependency on the drug was his faith. When the medication wore off, he lost everything he gained and even became physically ill. As long as he had the pill in his life, everything was perfect. Living without the pill, was the difference between life and death.

At one point in the movie, he did something absolutely crazy which took a turn and for me and represented pure evil. After that, he seemed to have signed a deal with the devil. Although he was supposed to be off of the drug, his powers intensified and his character became extremely arrogant.

If you've seen this movie, do you think he was still on the drug at the end?