It goes without saying that Tweet has one of the most unique voices of our time. Undoubtedly, mama can sing. That being said and Tweet being on her way to Unsung, it was a no brainer that Tweet would be a viable candidate for R&B Divas Atlanta. Well production felt the same way and began courting Tweet. They met with Tweet on multiple occasions but for whatever reason there was no real thunder there. One person close to production said “quiet as its kept, they met with her… And apparently they’re still sleep from the boredom”. Another source said “we actually love Tweet, she seems a bit guarded though.” Well I ran into a friend of Tweet’s that had a few insights on the situation. Catch these T’s Continue reading
At the conclusion of the R&B Divas LA reunion when Kelly Price made the big tour announcement, I fell dead to the bed. Is it me, or was the whole announcement shady bootz? Kelly announced that she along with Faith Evans, Chante Moore, Dawn Robinson, and Brownstone would be going on tour. The announcement caught everyone off guard. I like to refer to this lineup as the friends, family and favoritism tour. Much like the Sesame Street game, one of these things is not like the other. Based on their reactions, no one was more caught off guard than Lil Mo. Am I the only one who felt like Chante should have perhaps filled Mo in, even if no paperwork had been signed yet? Then it threw me how Kelly paid a sickening piece of homage to Michel’le, citing that before there was Faith or Mary J Blige, Michel’le was singing over hip hop beats. However, when the tour line up was announced, Michel’le s name was nowhere in the mix. Really Girl? But Dawn Robinson made the short list? Ohh ok. We all see what this is. There is so much mess here that I don’t even know where to begin breaking it all down. Continue reading
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The mother-child relationship has the potential to be one the most special relationships in the world. Nature and society combine to render motherhood one of the most exalted roles that a woman can ever undertake in her life. Because the mother-child relationship is often filled with beauty, it is easy to forget that there can also be an ugly side to the mother-child relationship. Many things have the potential to undermine the mother-child relationship, but homophobia, in particular, taints the mother-child relationship in a uniquely insidious way.
Prior to watching R&B Divas Atlanta, I had little knowledge of the singer Monifah. What I did recall of her, I learned from the movie BAPS. In the movie, one of the characters runs up to Heavy D, in excitement, yelling, “I’m the next Monifah!” It was clear to me, even then, that Monifah was a great singer, but I had paid little attention to her throughout the years. When it was announced that Monifah would be part of the R&B Divas Atlanta cast, blogs and other media outlets began to report that Monifah was a lesbian woman. As a Black gay man, I was excited to by the news that Monifah was a member of the LGBT community, and that she would be sharing her life on television. When I began watching R&B Divas Atlanta, I soon came to realize that Monifah, aside from being a great singer, was also a woman with a beautiful personality and spirit. In each of her scenes, she could be counted on to emanate truth, light, love, and a positive attitude. I suppose, it was this warmth and kindness that made me assume that Monifah was loved, as the whole person she is, by everyone in her life. I was wrong. Continue reading
Chile the season finale of R&B Divas season 2 was EVERYTHING! No need to type it all out. Check out the episode if you missed it and then my video review. Continue reading
You all know I love hearing back from you guys. Quiet as its kept, so do the networks and the celebrities. As R&B Divas Atlanta season two wraps, I want to know your thoughts on season two and its additions?
Do you think Angie Stone & Latocha Scott added anything to the show?
Tell me how you really feel! Go in and let have! Continue reading
As R&B Divas Atlanta is nearing its season end, it only makes sense that R&B Divas L.A. begins to turn up… Chile all kinds of T’s are spilling out of the L.A. camp. If you thought the Nicci & Syleena style drama was over, guess again. It’s only just begun. Quiet as its kept, Miss Chante Moore is not featuring Miss Kelly Price. Tensions between Chante & Kelly are what caused Lil Mo and Kelly Price to fall out. Lil Mo has been subtle about expressing some of her issues with Miss Price during radio interviews and on Twitter. We have not heard much from Miss Moore. I guess she is waiting for the show to air, but you know The Doll had to let the cat out of the bag. Catch these T’s