Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Somebody finally said it.

Is there anything that isn't ground breaking about Beyonce. People object to the fact she is not body conscience. She eliminates the idea modesty is the best policy and anything else is a whore. She embraces the black woman's body and places it front and center to the culture of her music.

White Bread USA is not ready for that and will never be ready for that. Politics is still inappropriately involved with the American culture. In that is the understanding sexy women get pregnant and abortions. So, a woman who is completely comfortable with her body is faced with a political undertone in other music that secretly wants "Burkas for All."

Beyonce is amazing. Her culture is amazing. She is a powerful woman and brings her faith with her as an icon.

February 14, 2017
Arianna Davis

Backstage at the 2017 Grammy awards, (click here) after reluctantly accepting the Album of the Year honor for her album 25, Adele told me and a group of other journalists why she felt BeyoncĂ© was more deserving of the award for her latest record, Lemonade. “I felt like it was her time to win," Adele said, face flushed, hands flying. "What the fuck does she have to do to win album of the year?”

25 is an excellent album, a solid, lovely, and at times goosebump-raising project from a singer with one of the greatest voices of our time. But while 25 is excellent, Lemonade is groundbreaking....

...Many viewers were shocked when Lemonade lost to 25. I, for one, was disappointed, but not surprised. Why? Because at the end of the day, for all of her fame and fortune, album sales, and accolades, BeyoncĂ© is still a Black woman. And the unfortunate reality is that in the eyes of some people, she will simply never be as good as her white peers....