The best Harlem Shake fail ever. Man dances into a fire and a new dance is born, I call it The Harlem Bake.
Chef Roblé of Bravo TV’s Roblé & Co teamed up with fellow chefs to present “Food Tang Clan.”
These five actresses would be great for the role of Oya, as long as Oya: Rise of the Orishas actually gets funded.
Quvenzhané Wallis inspired me to find my glow again, so I wrote her a brief letter. She is a little force of inspiration.
I’m tired of the misinformation spreading about the true origins of the Harlem Shake, so as a native Harlem girl, here’s a history lesson about the dance.
I wrote a recap for Love & Hop-Hop New York that is posted on CocoaFab.com. You should check it out.
I was inspired by Caroline Wozniacki making fun of Serena Williams to write about my own struggles with being made fun of for having curves.
The Dormtainment collective released a video spoofing various stereotypes signature to rappers.
I’m showing link love to this particular website for a couple of reasons. The one I’ll share is that I like the cause. It’s a group of high school kids who decided to use the internet for constructive activities, as opposed to spreading hate and cyber bullying on message boards, which is clearly an epidemic. This group of young men founded a website entitled, the Cypher League, where the share their love of music by featuring artists and occasionally sharing their thoughts about what’s going on in hip-hop. The bloggers behind the Cypher League are students who get nothing but Read the rest of this entry »
I find it strange that there’s still a stigma about dating online, considering that a lot of people have done it (and still do). Even some of our favorite celebrities have been busted sending lusty dm’s on Twitter or out right sexting naked pictures of themselves, then denying it later. However, Ashton Kutcher has decided to be realer than most and put himself–along with a few other interesting personalitiesâ€”out on the line. Yep, there is no shame in his game! He signed up with World Wide Lovers to find his next Mrs. Kutcher (or Mrs. Right Now, perhaps). I know Read the rest of this entry »