• Art,  Film

    Black Panther “Diverse Perspectives told on a Heroic Level”

    If you haven’t seen Black Panther yet this blog post could be a bit of a spoiler. I appreciated multiple scenes from the film. In my opinion, it represented both countries & culture well. I noticed how Wakanda & each character related to our country/society today. Witnessing Lupita portray Nakia and Letitia as Shuri was refreshing for me. It’s encouraging to see a strong, smart, proud woman in power saving her country versus a defeated slave at risk fighting back for her people. I listed a few scenes that relate to a lot of our experiences & culture now. The scene where Shuri showed T’Challa his bulletproof suit, shoes, high…

  • Change,  Mental Health,  Misunderstandings,  Music,  Time,  Vibes

    “Summer Perspective”

    Frustrated by R.LUM.R “Here I go talking ’bout the same thing; in and out as quick as you can fade away. It don’t matter what I say if you want me to chain you to the sky, oh my. You give me your kaleidoscope in monochrome. So unlike the way you color me at home. Some days it’s so vivid. But mostly I would rather be blind.” He also continues to mention throughout the song: “It never seems like you’re the one that has to choose.” R.LUM.R’s speaking about pursuing his career in music and everything else in his life that’s keeping him from it or causes him to feel…