A little over a month following her engagement to Future, Ciara covers Pulp magazine. Although she’s not seen donning the 15-carat diamond ring her rapper beau proposed with, the “Body Party” singer is exceptionally all smiles.
Adding to the slew of lids Ciara has already graced this year, the songstress is now happily in front of the fashion magazine’s No.8 issue.
Peep some takes from Ciara’s photo shoot, below. Pulp‘s issue No.8 is out now.
Released just over a month ago, M.I.A.’s Matangi LP is still fresh to the ears.
Today, the Sri Lankan recording artist gifts fans with a bonus track, “Trouble Again.” As per usual, her latest cut is charged with heavy bass and a dancehall energy.
Stream it below, via Spotify.
During his latest standup comedy tour Fear of a Brown Planet, Aamer Rahman explains how he responds when people ask him about reverse racism.
His satire on the concept of minorities discriminating against whites is a knee-slapper to say the least. Albeit “racism” means one thing and one thing only, people oftentimes accept varying theories of what it means to be a “racist.”
As such, Rahman makes a funny while giving a brief history lesson. It makes you think, ‘What would the world be like today if racism started this way?’ Hit play to watch and share your thoughts down below.
“Psychologists have said it takes 21 days to make or break a habit. On the 22nd day, you’ve found the way.”
That’s pretty much what rapper turned businessman Shawn “Jay Z” Carter started off by saying in his latest Life & Times blog post. Just one day before his birthday (which is on December 4), the 44 year-old announced to followers that he is looking to embark on a spiritual and physical cleanse for the next 22 days:
On December 3rd, one day before my 44th birthday I will embark on a 22 Days challenge to go completely vegan, or as I prefer to call it, plant-based!! This all began a few months back when a good friend and vegan challenged me to embrace a “plant-based breakfast” every day. It was surprisingly easier on me than I thought…
The United Nations Children’s Fund is urgently calling for greater international awareness to help deal with what Souleymane Diabate (UNICEF Representative in the country) is calling the “forgotten crisis” in the Central African Republic (CAR).
The CAR is a forgotten crisis at the global level. While the world is preoccupied with what is happening in Syria or the Philippines, the situation is very tragic.
The landlocked country is reported to be afflicted by years of volatility and war crimes. Last December, the Séléka rebel coalition set into motion a series of attacks, an invasion that still affects an entire population of 4.6 million people today, this according to UN News Centre.