The day after you attend a wedding, what is the first thing that comes to mind?THE MUSIC.If the DJ was amazing, you will still be talking about it the next day. If the band was out of this world, you and your friends will still be talking about how awesome their rendition of “Crazy in Love” by Beyoncé and Jay-Z was and how so-and-so grabbed the mic and was rapping along side of the band.Bottom line. Booking the right type of music is the most important aspect of your wedding planning. And so is the music choices you will have to make....more
As my family left a science museum on our vacation, we passed hundreds of girls lining the streets near a local arena. They were dressed in fan gear - shirts, shorts, socks, buttons, jewelry, hats - from head to toe and were holding signs, banners and flags for One Direction. And despite the heat and that it was four hours before the concert was supposed to start, there they were....more
Sometimes things take time, but, that doesn't mean it will never happen. All that requires is a little patience. This is applicable when it comes to singing as well. Read more here: http://bit.ly/betterlatethannever1 http://bit.ly/betterlatethannever1...more
Over the last year, we’ve heard hits from Taylor Swift, Beyonce and Drake among many other heavy hitters. However, just because someone has not landed on the Billboard charts does not mean that they are not a great artist. You may or may not have heard of them, so check out the list of 10 emerging artists in Hip Hop and R&B music to watch....more
I’ve been eye-raped, and it’s my own fault. In Post No. 3, I mentioned being proud of not knowing any Minaj tunes. After a few more headlines with her complaints about “a little funny business goin’ on” because Anaconda was not nominated for Video of the Year, I decided to see what she and Anaconda are all about....more
Years ago, my visiting sister and I were teasing each other about one of those random topics siblings joke about. My roommate overheard us as she climbed the stairs in our apartment and gently admonished us:
“Now girls, don’t fight.”
My sister and I turned to each other with the same puzzled expression. We weren’t fighting. We were joking around, having a good time. What was she talking about?
I considered my roommate’s perspective: she saw two sisters in conversation with raised voices, using animated gestures.