Chance The Rapper

Chance The Rapper covers the February 2017 issue of GQ magazine. The 23-year-old Chicago native explains why he won’t give in to irrational fears about a Donald Trump presidency:

“My dad’s the man. And I can’t say that enough,” Chance says about his father, Ken Williams-Bennett, who was an aide to former Chicago mayor Harold Washington and also worked for then-Senator Barack Obama.

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Solange Knowles

When Solange Knowles was dropped by her record label, she never thought she would ever record again. She took up Deejaying and embarked on a mildly successful career as a celebrity DJ. But she yearned to be behind the microphone again.

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LaTavia Roberson

Former Destiny’s Child singer Latavia Roberson says her “bad divorce” from the 1990s girl group left her battling depression, alcoholism and drug addiction.

LaTavia along with LeToya Luckett were the original background singers for Beyonce Knowles and her play sister Kelly Rowland.

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Donald Trump

President-elect Donald Trump has been named TIME magazine‘s Man of the Year.

I apologize to my loyal readers for the lack of posts yesterday. I still don’t have Internet service. What can I say about U-Verse and AT&T that hasn’t already been said by millions of disgruntled customers?

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Emily Bador

There is an unspoken rule in the black haircare magazine industry: don’t ever feature Caucasian women on the cover.

This rule is based on the fundamental truth that Caucasian (and multi-racial) women are not black.

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