goingback2black:

missauset:

uncutcolombiancoke:

darksunshyne:

Marpessa Dawn, star of the classic film Orfeu Negro

the epitome of vintage glamour

Black Orpheus is a classic.

Literally my aunt marva

O_0


klovers:

Sade Adu


udochukwu:

Niké Art Gallery, Lagos.

(Various Artists)


Rudimental - Waiting All Night ft. Ella Eyre (Radio 1 Live Lounge)

(Source: youtube.com)

16,892 plays

xanmanvash:

gang0fwolves:

SHE GOT THE PORN STAR BIG BEWTY

LEMME FILM IT DEN SHOOT IT

3D MONEY NO ILLUSION

PENDANT IF IM FEELIN BOUGIE

(Source: oldlean)


micdotcom:

Think you know “Black music?” This festival will make you guess again 

At first glance, the term “Afro-punk”” may seem like an oxymoron, a historical inaccuracy. The most famous bands in punk history, from the Ramones to the Sex Pistols to Black Flag, were made up of a particular subset of white culture, driven by adolescent angst, strangely passionate dispassion and musically enacted violence.

But if you head over to the Afropunk Festival this weekend in New York City, you’ll find that the term makes perfect sense.


therincrowd:

uncoveredbutterfly:

Jazmine Sullivan Stupid Girls 

Man Jaz always bring it on these tracks and I can’t wait to hear Reality Show album in full!

i need more of this. more. more Jaz. More.

Missing those late night train rides from Brooklyn to Harlem…..