Life, poetry

Leave me in this box.

I am a personI breathe I have feelingsI have a life But to you I'm a dollA play thingSomething you deal with until you get tired of itWhy even pick me up in the first place?Why not just leave me in my box with my pretty clothes and accessories?I was doing fine and you personally… Continue reading Leave me in this box.

Life

Diary Of A Mad Black Woman

Photo by Lucxama Sylvain from Pexels I had an okay weekend. Drank a lot of alcohol and cried less than I did last week. It wasn't until I turned on the tv to watch my favorite show. I looked at my avatar next to his and realized I should probably sign out and sign up for my own… Continue reading Diary Of A Mad Black Woman

Life

I’m Not Bitter, I’m Mad As Hell

It was January 27th. This was the official day I was supposed to move out of California. I was so sad that my trip had to be pushed back a week, because I was ready to start my new life. I fought the urge to see it as a sign, because I was attempting to… Continue reading I’m Not Bitter, I’m Mad As Hell

rbts

Reckless Behavior The Series Official Intro

This is the official Reckless Behavior The Series theme song performed, written and produced by Leair. The video was shot and edited by Will Wavy Bennett. Make sure you check out season 1 and stay tuned for season 2 which is coming in the Spring of 2021! Reckless Behavior The Series (RBTS) is a digital… Continue reading Reckless Behavior The Series Official Intro

Life

JANUARY= ADAPTING TO CHANGES

I’ve always considered myself someone who doesn’t like change. It’s easier for me to stick with what I’m used to and comfortable with, because the idea of change gives me anxiety and I begin to fear the unknown. In recent years I started to realize that living this way has kept me in a box.… Continue reading JANUARY= ADAPTING TO CHANGES

Life

We Really Aren’t Friends Anymore

Although I've stopped being friends with people in the past, this most recent friendship dissolution definitely hurt me the most. It happened about a week ago and I still can't process that she won't be in my life anymore. I keep reminding myself that everyone is not meant to be in our lives forever. It… Continue reading We Really Aren’t Friends Anymore

Hidden Gems, interviews

Exclusive Interview w/ Multi Faceted Creative Jessica Phoenix

Hi everyone! I am excited to share that I recently got a chance to interview the multi faceted creative/ entrepreneur, Jessica Phoenix. Her passion is for living life deeply through connection and her vehicles to connect are the Diaspora, Culture, Arts, Music, Dance, Healing, and Wellness. Please check out the interview below to get to know this… Continue reading Exclusive Interview w/ Multi Faceted Creative Jessica Phoenix

Hidden Gems, Reviews

Song Review: Thicke by Sapphyre Blu

Hip hop artist Sapphyre Blu recently released a new single called Thicke. The song is a summer anthem dedicated to all women, but especially those with the confidence of a true queen. According to Sapphyre, “This is for the THICKE and LOVELY.” The song is upbeat and has a vibe that will make any woman… Continue reading Song Review: Thicke by Sapphyre Blu

Hidden Gems, Press Releases

Renowned Cultural Dance Practitioner & Wellness Instructor Jessica Phoenix Signs Partnership With Jaro Media

Renowned fitness instructor Jessica Phoenix has inked a production deal with entertainment conglomerate Jaro Media; bringing her unique brand of fitness, wellness, and cultural dance to the platform. Under the pact, Phoenix will create and host her own fitness channel under her FIYAH production and dance fitness company. In addition to her acclaimed and award… Continue reading Renowned Cultural Dance Practitioner & Wellness Instructor Jessica Phoenix Signs Partnership With Jaro Media

Hidden Gems, Reviews

Album Review: Civil Disobedience by Marisha Ashanti

On July 21st Marisha Ashanti released her new project, Civil Disobedience. Civil Disobedience is Marisha’s second EP and is considered a love letter to the world. It’s a declaration of freedom and the liberty to no longer just survive, but to thrive.  This project is a Pro- Black masterpiece that highlights the continuous oppression of… Continue reading Album Review: Civil Disobedience by Marisha Ashanti