Black Girl Dancing at Lughnasa: Who stole all the black women from Britain?

thediasporadiva:

“There is no love left between a black man and a black woman. Take me for instance. I love white women and hate black women. It’s just in me so deep that I don’t even try to get it out of me anymore. I’d jump over ten nigger bitches just to get to one white woman. Ain’t no such thing as an ugly…

(Source: dianapowell, via robertjamesfischer)

disco naïveté: stream: Jai Paul - Jai Paul

zimmio:

disconaivete:

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It feels weird to (finally) present you the Jai Paul album without being able to confirm wether this actually is or isn’t the Jai Paul album. A couple of hours ago a Bandcamp was made, an album was uploaded, and the internet went crazy.

Sixteen tracks yet no track titles - not even an…

boh…..

naomihitme:

Devon doesn’t think she’s a black model cause she’s “fair skinned” and has an “international look” 

(Source: thefarmerandthesnake)

thesweetdreamer:

deezyville:

I remember that shit like it was yesterday. She was fuckin’ floored.

Floored…like she wasn’t the best singer that side of the Atlantic.

I still cry when I see this! I miss her so much!

(via lemystic)

hothouseclub:


»>RUN THE WORLD – GIRLS!«<
HOTHOUSE CLUB: a night of R&B, hip-hop, bass and whatever… for a mixed crowd.
Friday 8th February 2013
10:30pm – 3am
£3 entry b4 12 / £5 after
Vogue Fabrics, 66 Stoke Newington Road, Dalston, N16 7XB
Rail: Dalston Kingsland / Tube: Dalston Junction
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/269172856543060/?fref=ts
Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/HotHouseClub
Tumblr: http://hothouseclub.tumblr.com/
Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/HotHouseClub
Vogue Fabrics: http://voguefabricsdalston.com/club/
In February HotHouse Club will be experiencing a female takeover with fierce guests SUKI BEDEAUX and DANA JADE.  This night will be dedicated to the ladies who have pushed the R&B / hip-hop / pop boundaries.

SUKI BEDEAUX / REAL HOT DJ
http://www.sukibedeaux.co.uk/
Suki Bedeaux is pretty much HotHouse family! She is a DJ, producer & singer from Brixton. Suki created heat in 2012 with her ‘Booom’ mixtape, regular show on Nasty FM and debut solo single ‘Him and Me’.  Suki is also a member of electro grime girl group The Real Heat and has been featured in the NME cool list.
Watch ‘Him and Me’: http://youtu.be/DXyXxfx91Do
DANA JADE
http://www.danajade.com/
Dana was born in Trinidad, grew up in New York and now lives in London – this unique upbringing means she’s not afraid to fuse soca with punk or rock with reggae.  Following a stint in female alt-choir Gaggle, Dana released her debut solo album last year to strong critical acclaim: “Attitudinal, bluesy punk ‘n’ roll.” – Time Out; “Fierce new rock siren” – Gaydar Nation.  Dana also helps to organise Clit Rock a night to support charity Daughter’s of Eve in their quest to end FGM.
Watch Dana’s cover of ‘Galang’: http://youtu.be/IntE5YRQSBs

m.d.g.
HotHouse resident and one half of Music is My Boyfriend. m.d.g. has been a guest at some of East London’s hottest alternative nights and promoted his own shows featuring acts such as Afrikan Boy, The Death Set, CocknBullKid, Ebony Bones!, Joe and Will Ask, Teeth, Feral is Kinky, Gay Against You and many more. Credited as “defiantly fashionable” by Time Out and “great taste” by the Guardian Guide.
POSE FOR THE CAMERA
Pat your weave and make sure you look your best for the adorable Wunmi O taking photos throughout the night!http://wunmio.com/ / http://wunmio.tumblr.com/
Requests on this Spotify playlist please:
http://open.spotify.com/user/mdginge/playlist/6vr49ztOq2GrZZQg9SoU1c


I might be there. I might

hothouseclub:

»>RUN THE WORLD – GIRLS!«<

HOTHOUSE CLUB: a night of R&B, hip-hop, bass and whatever… for a mixed crowd.

Friday 8th February 2013

10:30pm – 3am

£3 entry b4 12 / £5 after

Vogue Fabrics, 66 Stoke Newington Road, Dalston, N16 7XB

Rail: Dalston Kingsland / Tube: Dalston Junction

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/269172856543060/?fref=ts

Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/HotHouseClub

Tumblr: http://hothouseclub.tumblr.com/

Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/HotHouseClub

Vogue Fabrics: http://voguefabricsdalston.com/club/

In February HotHouse Club will be experiencing a female takeover with fierce guests SUKI BEDEAUX and DANA JADE.  This night will be dedicated to the ladies who have pushed the R&B / hip-hop / pop boundaries.


SUKI BEDEAUX / REAL HOT DJ

http://www.sukibedeaux.co.uk/

Suki Bedeaux is pretty much HotHouse family! She is a DJ, producer & singer from Brixton. Suki created heat in 2012 with her ‘Booom’ mixtape, regular show on Nasty FM and debut solo single ‘Him and Me’.  Suki is also a member of electro grime girl group The Real Heat and has been featured in the NME cool list.

Watch ‘Him and Me’: http://youtu.be/DXyXxfx91Do

DANA JADE

http://www.danajade.com/

Dana was born in Trinidad, grew up in New York and now lives in London – this unique upbringing means she’s not afraid to fuse soca with punk or rock with reggae.  Following a stint in female alt-choir Gaggle, Dana released her debut solo album last year to strong critical acclaim: “Attitudinal, bluesy punk ‘n’ roll.” – Time Out; “Fierce new rock siren” – Gaydar Nation.  Dana also helps to organise Clit Rock a night to support charity Daughter’s of Eve in their quest to end FGM.

Watch Dana’s cover of ‘Galang’: http://youtu.be/IntE5YRQSBs


m.d.g.

HotHouse resident and one half of Music is My Boyfriend. m.d.g. has been a guest at some of East London’s hottest alternative nights and promoted his own shows featuring acts such as Afrikan Boy, The Death Set, CocknBullKid, Ebony Bones!, Joe and Will Ask, Teeth, Feral is Kinky, Gay Against You and many more. Credited as “defiantly fashionable” by Time Out and “great taste” by the Guardian Guide.

POSE FOR THE CAMERA

Pat your weave and make sure you look your best for the adorable Wunmi O taking photos throughout the night!
http://wunmio.com/ / http://wunmio.tumblr.com/

Requests on this Spotify playlist please:

http://open.spotify.com/user/mdginge/playlist/6vr49ztOq2GrZZQg9SoU1c

I might be there. I might

(via sukirealhotdj)

stayathomeclub:

PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Grace Coddington, Creative Director of Vogue and former model releases her memoir, of which she speaks about the “Twiggy” eye makeup:
“There was a craze for ‘panda’ eyes. Each girl had her own individual style when it came to piling on the makeup. My particular thing was to draw an extra-wide stroke emphasizing the crease of the eye socket and add extravagantly long, spidery lines below the eye, a little like doll’s lashes, then paint a dot toward the inner corner for reasons I can’t exactly articulate except that it looked nice and “now.” Later I discovered my crazy new eyelash look being called “twiglets” and credited to the young British model Twiggy. Well, they were very much mine. I was probably doing them before she was born!”
(Photo source: SF Girl by Bay)

stayathomeclub:

PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Grace Coddington, Creative Director of Vogue and former model releases her memoir, of which she speaks about the “Twiggy” eye makeup:

“There was a craze for ‘panda’ eyes. Each girl had her own individual style when it came to piling on the makeup. My particular thing was to draw an extra-wide stroke emphasizing the crease of the eye socket and add extravagantly long, spidery lines below the eye, a little like doll’s lashes, then paint a dot toward the inner corner for reasons I can’t exactly articulate except that it looked nice and “now.” Later I discovered my crazy new eyelash look being called “twiglets” and credited to the young British model Twiggy. Well, they were very much mine. I was probably doing them before she was born!

(Photo source: SF Girl by Bay)

(Source: Vogue, via shakeyourbeautytia)

When you visit a black mans blog and its full of pictures of white girls….

queendro-supremedro:

copywrite-me:

howtobeterrell:

comed0wnhere:

chocolatehighhh:

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ANOTHER BROTHA LOST

a black gay man’s blog full of light skinned dudes or crackers

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all of that

LMBO

(via stormyblues)

totallytaba:

racialicious:

Parks and Recreations’ Aziz Ansari shuts down a microaggression on the Golden Globes’ red carpet.

(H/t yayponies)


-Giuliana Rancic: Maybe you can show me [a few dance moves]. I think you have good rhythm. 
Aziz Ansari: I have good rhythm? Based on my chocolate skin tone?
Giuliana Rancic: [laughs] No, not based on your very beautiful—
Aziz Ansari: Indian men know how to dance really well. I know it’s a stereotype… This is a move called “What?! That’s racist, don’t say that again.” 

(Source: cantgetnoworseee, via mercsgifbox)