Sunday, November 18, 2018

Soul Session Sundays: There’s No Place Like Home

By Missy E.

Like Dorothy’s infamous phrase she coined when she clicked her red, sparkly heels three times and repeated “there’s no place like home” on The Wizard of Oz, for the sake of the gist of this blog post, Dorothy got it right.

Except I’m here to tell you that we have got to dig a little bit deeper than that.


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Thursday, October 25, 2018

For your viewing pleasure: Back When I Hosted a Pilot TV Show

Recording this TV segment a couple years back was way too much fun! Some of the culture's movers and shakers were interviewed as part of the show's dynamic and unique themes that covered the grounds of hip-hop, lifestyles, music and entrepreneurship. Would love to do something like this again in the future. Keep pushing!




Sunday, October 21, 2018

Soul Session Sundays: “Grief: The Human Experience”


Like you, I Get Caught Up In The Waves of Grief
Like my editor always says, when it comes to the news cycle, certain events don’t change. Thanksgiving will come in November and Christmas will follow in December. 
We cannot escape these holidays from occurring just as much as we cannot escape the reality of life and death - some things are inevitable. 

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Monday, October 15, 2018

In Retrospect: A Soul Session Sunday Post on a Monday Just Because


As an avid sports fan, I apologize for the lack of quality that my Soul Session Sunday post should have contained. Nonetheless, if you're the type to say that I was distracted, well - you're right and I apologize.

If you're the type to say, yep, well her hometown team (Houston Astros) was in the playoffs and her mind was in the right place, but her heart was in another, well - then you're right as well, and I appreciate your understanding.

 That being said, I think that puts to mind the idea of truth and two sides to a story.

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Wednesday, October 10, 2018

"Don't You Want to Be on the Other Side of Things?"

By chubbynavyblue
Guest Blogger


I'm in the car on the way to New Orleans with Reno. We’re drinking and listening to a podcast (you can do that in Louisiana ayee) when he asks me to pause it then proceeds with asking me, "Where have you most experienced white privilege?" 

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Sunday, September 30, 2018

Soul Session Sundays: The Wisdom Behind “Keepin’ it Simple”

“I think the most sophisticated things sometimes can be going back to the simple things. And that’s not always easy.” - Alain Coumont
By Missy E. 

Clutter - yuck. I have never been one who can adjust to messiness and clutter, specifically when it comes to personal space. Blame it on the childhood formation years of growing up in a strict and straightforward Filipino household. Day in and day out, clutter was not a possibility or a reality. Back then, it was a trait that I wouldn’t nor couldn’t adjust to, but out of pure duty and obedience, it was done.


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Friday, September 14, 2018

New Music Friyay: "Love to the Moon" by Leah LaBelle

NEW MUSIC FRIYAY: “Love to the Moon”, an EP in Leah’s honor released on all music platforms (spotify, applemusic, tidal) Sept. 7,  a day before her b-day 🎈

All proceeds from this project will be allocated to the “Leah LaBelle Music Scholarship” in her honor. 

The late artist, who passed last year in a tragic car accident, is still changing lives in heaven!


So cop, stream, share, and listen. Most of all, enjoy!

More information about the scholarship after the jump.