Clarissa Brooks is a writer, organizer, and facilitator based in Atlanta, GA. Brooks writes about things nobody cares about and hopes to one day have as many rap beefs as 50 Cent. In her free time, Brooks fights for Black liberation.
“How can we be expected to both demolish white supremacy and rock you to sleep? We have too much to lose.”
Rihanna, in the 2010s, became a genre-bending superstar.
To avoid this inconvenience, we are told, “just quit.” That’s the scariest part.
On 'When I Get Home,' Solange is saying that blackness is not and should not be for everyone.
"I wasn’t ready for this album."