Lauryn Hill’s Message Of Self – Love Must Remain Imperative In The Hip Hop Culture!***messymandella***

English: Lauryn Hill, performing in New York's...

English: Lauryn Hill, performing in New York’s Central Park in 2005 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

Once

upon

a

time,

women rapped and kept their under garments on and just spit their lyrics.

Only a few pictures of men could get glimpse of a bathing suit  a bra top or  a wardrobe  malfunction but that was it, it would go no further. Lets be clear, I also adore most female rappers in this industry but these are half-naked most of the time because is it so common place these days.

When you are an avid activist of women In the arts, such as myself, you understand  Lil Kim and Mrs. Minaj and message of female expression and empowerment, even if you don’t care for the perception and the molding of the young female minds. They are both beautiful women with a message to women, but not little girls!

However unfortunate  but obvious is that  women have abandoned the life lessons of solidarity and we are culture “Miseducated” but that money will overshadow the power to our people and education of our youth  will make millions these days.

 

The revised rap blue print for women   is  a paradox to the Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill and her foreshadowing on the slut like activity of women that we celebrate and even honor at the Grammys.

Lauryn was cut from a different cloth and opened our ears to self-pride and self- preservation.

Apparently the Hip Hop Nation will not be able to envision another genius who also carried herself like a queen, and not a “Trap Queen.”

 

Back then, a person would not be half-naked every day unless she was a day time hooker.

While we as women and men  should be someway protesting, and demanding fair treatment by men, we are subconsciously every stereotype to “keep” a man.

        Thanks to Snap Chat, Twitter, and  Instigram we are so disillusioned of  what is substantive or superficial?

      No pictures of Queen Latifah‘s big draws or MC Lyte‘s   panties would have been posted all over social media.

We relentlessly speak of Women Empowerment, but that is not what the younger listeners are going to identify with and embrace.

        The message of mental strength is lost with butt shots, mindless sex and  money over anything genuine in this life. We have to nourish our families physically and psychologically

       We don’t comprehended how lost and fake we are in this world and Kendrick Lamar is kicking off that knowledge.

Lauryn Hill foreshadowed our mental and spiritual weakening  and the truth was too scary for her so she escaped her public existence and moved out of the industry.

      Mrs. Hill is the woman who could have been on the level of Nina Simone,but she escaped her surroundings and lost her musical vision in this ever-changing hasty culture.

 

It is challenging to stand up for your self-respect and principles when you are trying to protect your people, usually the backlash comes from  your message from the very people you are trying to empower.

 

wu-tang (1993) and a ‘verbal’ classic …***messymandella***


 

 

 
 
 
 

anthony pavel- you are the best thing (ray lamontagne)***messymandella***


 

 

 

Orange Is The New Black – Netflix ***messymandella***

 

Reverie And Louden – While I’m Still Here (All I Know)***messymandella*** KICKING KNOWLEDGE!

WE Must Show Love To Mrs. Reverie!

http://www.reveriepug.com/

 

 

WE need to locate monica bowie and bring her home!***messymandella***


 
          Monica Bowie a kidnapped victim, was abducted from  her residence in Atlanta, Georgia. She was a resident of the Berkshire Apartments which are located in a  middle class  neighborhood that catered to upcoming professionals.

       Monica Bowie born in Pennsylvania, grew up as an independent woman and her stunning looks were also used to her advantage. Monica at one time was also a stripper for a few months, at the “Blue Flame” on the western side of Atlanta. She was last scene in a  parking garage in Atlanta, Georgia and was reported missing on July 5, 2007.

        Psychic Sisters Suzanne and Jean Vincent went to Atlanta with Monica’s family to see if they could get psychic impressions from the crime scene and to bring Monica home. Now the disappearance is considered a cold case by some and the mainstream media will not aid in her recovery.
 

 
If we examine her last 24 hours and investigate and help her family and  friends and “Find Our Missing”maybe we will uncover the case. We need to  locate Monica Bowie, to bring her family closure. It is time to extend the families pleas and give them a opportunity for justice, and Monica’s redemption.

 

Unsung -Frankie Knuckles: LGBT Icon And Our Musical Pioneer! ***messymandella***

“While the name Frankie Knuckles may not mean much to some people, it means a whole lot more to a multitude of others around the world. He was a DJ, music producer/remixer, Grammy Award-winner and house music pioneer, but more than that, he was a genuinely nice man and it is not every day that you meet a man like him.

He did not simply play records; he was an evangelist, preaching the virtues of house music to the assembled masses from his DJ console pulpit. He was the DJ that other DJs aspired to be; a man with hits such as Your Love and Tears, who helped to make house music the dominant music of his time.

 
 

We first met in the Nineties, in Ibiza I think, at a time when the house music scene was once again in its ascendancy. He was the “Godfather of House”, the man who had worked with the pop royalty that is Whitney Houston and Michael Jackson. Yet he was extrememly down to earth; there was no Don Corleone-style presence, no big entourage, just Frankie Knuckles.

And over the years nothing really changed. No matter where we saw each other, whether it was in Ibiza or a fleeting meeting at the Winter Music Conference in Miami, Frankie always greeted you with a big smile. And his infectiously warm demeanour spread to everyone he met or was listening to his music.” -personal tribute from

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/music/music-news/10737196/Frankie-Knuckles-the-man-I-knew.html

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