lilfagbitch:

imqu3llyb:

golddiggerr:

YOOO 😫😫😫

Lmfaoooo

Lmaoooooooo tru

hip-hop-lifestyle:

i didn’t see no blood moon

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ayaladoesit:

blackdiamondsinc:

thelingerieaddict:

blairreebear:

missauset:

Civil Rights Protest prep. Hair pulling and blowing smoke in her face to prepare her for the experience of sitting in restaurants that were not willing to serve people of color. 


powerful

This was not in the way way back past. My parents grew up through this.

This is why I laugh when people say that racism is over because slavery ended so long ago. NEWSFLASH, slavery ended on Dec. 18, 1865, only 148 years years ago… only 3 or 4 generations ago. My grandmother’s grandmother was a slave. Then when you add the Jim Crow era and the Civil Rights era, black people have only been “people” by law for 50 years.

The Butler (2013) had some of this in the movie.

fukkkres:

when u suggest freaky shit but dont know if she gon be down wit it

then she start doin some freakier shit that u donno if u down wit

vanessatruelove:

"I’m just bicken back being bool"

vanessatruelove:

"I’m just bicken back being bool"

(Source: aversionofblood)

mrirunatx:

Hip Hop In Pictures Pt.4
mrirunatx:

Hip Hop In Pictures Pt.4

mrirunatx:

Hip Hop In Pictures Pt.4

(Source: pure-hiphop)

(Source: tommymajor)

"This grown folks business!"
— African American Proverb: Black Parent Edition (via blackproverbs)

beyonce:

Coachella 2014

  1. Camera: iPhone 5s
  2. Aperture: f/2.2
  3. Exposure: 1/30th
  4. Focal Length: 4mm
aintnojigga:

After performing his landmark album Illmatic in its entirety last night at Coachella, Nas brought Jay Z to the stage to perform Dead Presidents II and Where I’m From.

aintnojigga:

After performing his landmark album Illmatic in its entirety last night at Coachella, Nas brought Jay Z to the stage to perform Dead Presidents II and Where I’m From.

aintnojigga:

After performing his landmark album Illmatic in its entirety last night at Coachella, Nas brought Jay Z to the stage to perform Dead Presidents II and Where I’m From.

"When I was given the opportunity to make a solo album the first time, there was more braggadocio in it than there was purpose in it. Here you are being given a platform and all you want to do is brag? I wasn’t ready. Jay and Puff were like my peers and I wanted to be like them. I misinterpreted what Jay was doing. Jay was definitely on his way to the things happening as he says them, he was serving his purpose. But the only thing I was paying attention to was the pixie dust in the magic trick, and not the purpose. It was the aesthetic and not the vertebrae of what he was doing."
— Pharrell Williams, speaking to Oprah about how he initially misunderstood the higher purpose Jay Z held for his career. (via aintnojigga)