We’ve got a book review for ya. Pink Slip is a saucy read and if you’re not into the scene, then you may want to skip on by this one. But for those of you who are interested, Tania gives a quick synopsis into her take of the book.
And we are back with another hot one from our girl @motifink with this week’s #PLAYLIST. This is what you need when you didn’t know you needed it.
@motifink went #ontherecord with @bb_alston to discuss his unreleased novel, Amari & The Night Brothers. The book, already set to become a movie, was picked up by @UniversalPics and has @marsaimartin and @doncheadle attached as producers.
This week our girl is switching it up a bit by not giving you an actual playlist, so much as it is a little review on Amerie and her first album, All I Have. Check out her thoughts on these tracks.
We’re closing out Black Music Month with responses from musician, Darryl Yokley and singer, songwriter, Fantin Dantzler. See how they answered the question, “What does music mean to you?”
This week for Black Music Month, Notes and Narratives chatted with photographers, Derrel Todd and Victoria Ford. Take a look at what music means to them.
Notes and Narratives writer Tania Lasenburg discusses the importance of the tv show School House Rock and why it shouldn’t be rebooted.