Sometimes God starts talking to me about twenty things at once, or maybe that's just my own silly head having about 20 thoughts going on at once... Either way, I should just start putting them all down on paper. Right? Right! I hope my blog finds you totally honest. Hey, that is one thing I can attest to, not to put my business out there, but I can be totally honest with myself and being honest with myself means being real with the world and someone else out there is going through the exact same thing! Read More Here
Traditionally, even in a fantasy world, it’s a farfetched scenario to see dark-skinned black women with African features onscreen.
But with the “Black Panther” cast, I got it all.
Lupita Nyong’o isKenyan and Mexican. Letitia Wright was born in Guyana, and Florence Kasumba hails from Uganda, though they both spent much of their childhood in Europe. Danai Guriragrew up in Zimbabwe, and I saw my own heritage in her. These are all dark-skinned black women with an undeniable variation of African features.
The Second City has a dual meaning in that it is a reference to his father's heritage of being from Montego Bay, Jamaica, and an illustration of God's eternal kingdom. Malcolm's Jamaican influences add flavor throughout the EP, both musically and vocally. He can easily turn his accent on and off while rapping which aids in the diverse rhythm and flow that he brings to the table. Malcolm's skills as a lyricist and rapper, which have been apparent on several tracks from his previous works, are on full display here.
Malcolm performing at Fort Wayne, Ind. Concert The Second City has a dual meaning in that it is a reference to his father's heritage of being from Montego Bay, Jamaica, and an illustration of God's eternal kingdom. Malcolm's Jamaican