Black hair has always had its ups and downs in history. I remember conversations and documentaries that I've consumed on the conversation of natural vs. relaxed hair and how it was a major self reflecting issue amongst Black women and even Black men and how they felt about it (as if their opinion really mattered). … Continue reading Black Hair: A Beautiful Struggle.
One aspect of knowing the value of the Black dollar is spending the dollar on Black owned businesses. There seems to be a split view surrounded by Black Millennial's that I see and hear on supporting Black owned businesses; either you buy Black no matter what or you complain about the prices and quality. Well, … Continue reading For Us by Us: The Come Up
As you all may know or may not know, Voice of Millennials Now loves artists or all kinds. Beautiful, complex paintings by young girls are essential and should be acknowledged world wide for their talent. Meet Katanu Kay, she is a 19 year old Keyan student that paints outstanding pieces . What makes her pieces … Continue reading Breathtaking African Art by Kantanu Kay
I took the time out to interview an old homie of mine that has never been afraid to express himself through music, art and fashion. I feel as though his art is so dope and unique that he deserves this interview along with more attention and recognition . Estevan Brilliantes, a native from South Sacramento/Elk … Continue reading Conscious Art Talk with Estevan Brilliantes
This past weekend I had the pleasure of attending @distortedd_ on instagram art exhibit in Los Angeles. The event took place at D.O.M. Gallery on Fairfax on Friday evening, I came in thinking it was going to be a small intimate event but it was more than I expected, it was a great turn out. … Continue reading Great Bape Inspired Art Exhibit