theijeoma:

Flavour - Ada Ada

Ife di mma amaka, better soup na money kill am. Ada Ada, Ada e di ora mma.

Everything about this video will always remain beautiful. The gorgeous women, the masquerade, the dance, the language. Everything.  The beauty of being an Ada. Asampete. Nwanyi oma. Adaeze. Ada anyi. IGBO KWENU!!

(via accradotalt)

afrodancerchick:

nzurianne:


”Despite everything, no one can dictate who you are to other people.”

The love of my life.

Royalty.
afrodancerchick:

nzurianne:


”Despite everything, no one can dictate who you are to other people.”

The love of my life.

Royalty.
afrodancerchick:

nzurianne:


”Despite everything, no one can dictate who you are to other people.”

The love of my life.

Royalty.
afrodancerchick:

nzurianne:


”Despite everything, no one can dictate who you are to other people.”

The love of my life.

Royalty.
afrodancerchick:

nzurianne:


”Despite everything, no one can dictate who you are to other people.”

The love of my life.

Royalty.
afrodancerchick:

nzurianne:


”Despite everything, no one can dictate who you are to other people.”

The love of my life.

Royalty.
afrodancerchick:

nzurianne:


”Despite everything, no one can dictate who you are to other people.”

The love of my life.

Royalty.
afrodancerchick:

nzurianne:


”Despite everything, no one can dictate who you are to other people.”

The love of my life.

Royalty.
afrodancerchick:

nzurianne:


”Despite everything, no one can dictate who you are to other people.”

The love of my life.

Royalty.

afrodancerchick:

nzurianne:

”Despite everything, no one can dictate who you are to other people.”

The love of my life.

Royalty.

(via nikitagale)

Nina Simone, Lena Horne and more black female performers who sang their civil rights

nerdettepodcast:

From Ella Baker to Abbey Lincoln, Lena Horne to Dorothy Height, let’s get to know women central to the civil rights movement. Some preferred staying behind-the-scenes, others performed their civil rights on stage and screen. Then we bring the conversation up to the present by talking about what’s changed since then (and what hasn’t) for performers like Beyoncé. Thanks for listening and sharing!

Nerdette Podcast is on: iTunes | Stitcher | SoundCloud

(via npr)

wasufi:

throughkaleidscopeeyes:


Erykah Badu photographed by Karim Sadli, Purple Fashion Magazine #21 S/S 2014




wasufi:

throughkaleidscopeeyes:


Erykah Badu photographed by Karim Sadli, Purple Fashion Magazine #21 S/S 2014




wasufi:

throughkaleidscopeeyes:


Erykah Badu photographed by Karim Sadli, Purple Fashion Magazine #21 S/S 2014




wasufi:

throughkaleidscopeeyes:


Erykah Badu photographed by Karim Sadli, Purple Fashion Magazine #21 S/S 2014




wasufi:

throughkaleidscopeeyes:


Erykah Badu photographed by Karim Sadli, Purple Fashion Magazine #21 S/S 2014




wasufi:

throughkaleidscopeeyes:


Erykah Badu photographed by Karim Sadli, Purple Fashion Magazine #21 S/S 2014

wasufi:

throughkaleidscopeeyes:

Erykah Badu photographed by Karim Sadli, Purple Fashion Magazine #21 S/S 2014

(via monamade)

I’m obsessing.

theloniousnz:


Parliament::Funkadelic


G.O.A.T.

culturenautique:

beatleboognish:

Big Mama Thornton (Willie Mae Thornton)

Summer Time - video also has a nice montage of her album covers, nice treat if you dig it.

Blues Goddess!

(via daughtersofdig)