Music Posts Tagged as 'Women'
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Feather - Meg Myers
I'll Still Have Me - CYN
A loss compels a mother to doubt her gift. A gift propels her to motherhood. 16-Oct-2018
Meet trans pop star and style icon Kim Petras
“I just love to stunt!” Kim Petras exclaimed during her appearance at Saks Fifth Avenue on Thursday — an understatement to anyone who witnessed her parade of colorful outfits during New York Fashion Week.
It’s hard to believe that the 26-year-old pop star, who sat front row at Marc Jacobs, Christian Siriano, Jeremy Scott and more last month, was a runway-show newbie. But she insists that the experience was “surreal,” and a long time coming at that.
Outsiders - Au/Ra
Paradise (Not For Me) - Madonna (Mirwais Remix)
Mother, daughter, sister. 15-Sep-2018
Whethan feat. Flux Pavillion & MAX
Sometimes its best to leave them right where you met them. 23-Sep-2018
"Love is a Bitch" - Two Feet
A flirtation. 05-Sep-2018
Nessun Dorma (in her key) - Aretha Franklin live
"Collapsed" - Natalie Taylor
We hope that after the time of hate dissipates that the good men will fight to return home. 10-Aug-2018
"Natural" - Imagine Dragons
(because they speak it, walk it and sing about it) 05-Aug-2018
Imagine Dragons 05-Aug-2018
Her job is to protect the seed of the Goddess that will originate a preserving race. 01-Aug-2018
"Heart to Break" - Kim Petras
To love a man, again and again. 26-Jul-2018
"Push It" (Victor Calderone Mix) - Garbage
Test Dance Teaser
A world enabled by privileged men. The misfits have moved on and the men are left to hunt each other. 17-Jul-2018
The clue to the end lays in the card he holds up. 10-Jul-2018
Lost On You
Vlad Ivan Kizomba Remake feat. Diana Astrid
Men are scared too. 06-Jul-2018
Missy Elliott's originality showed me it was cool to be a nerdy Black girl
In 1997, I missed the bus to school because I absolutely had to see the entire music video for Missy Elliott’s “The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly).” I, of course, had no way of knowing that I was witnessing an artist — a future icon, really — who was going to completely shift how the world viewed music as an art form. At the time, I was enraptured by something I’d never seen before, and I was simply unwilling to pry my eyes away.
The fish-eyed lens. The cartoonish special effects. Costuming that appeared to be plucked from a delightfully fun future. Lyrics that exuded a bold confidence. With her first solo, career-solidifying music video, Missy Elliott became a certified force in an industry where women had to claw for the barest hint of recognition. Every hit record — “Sock It 2 Me,” “Hot Boyz,” “Get Ur Freak On,” “Gossip Folks,” “WTF (Where They From),” the list goes on — made it harder to relegate her to a single box.
To simply call Missy Elliott a rapper, even a devastatingly skilled one, ignores the fact that she is also a razor-sharp lyricist, singer, producer, dancer, and visionary. For over two decades, she’s built a legacy so rock solid that the name Missy Elliott has become synonymous with originality and brilliance.