" ‘Bitch’ to me is supreme, A lot of the time people use the word ‘Bitch’ because they can’t find a word that’s stronger than that. So if you use the word bitch, You know you mean something when you say that! It’s strong, You know what i’m saying? So it’s like When Missy uses “She’s a bitch”… I took it as ‘THAT Bitch. ” - Lil’ Kim, Elle Magazine Interview 1999.
A fashion exhibit centered on Beyoncé will debut at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in a section previously featuring only Hall of Famers. The Rock Hall announced Friday that outfits from Beyoncé’s Super Bowl performance and music videos will debut Tuesday in the Ahmet Ertegun Main Exhibit Hall in its Legends of Rock section, next to iconic pieces from Michael Jackson, David Bowie and Bruce Springsteen. “We felt that (Beyoncé) really needed to take her rightful place alongside Aretha Franklin and the Supremes and Janis Joplin” - [x]
La Perla, Harper’s Bazaar, December 1995.
What if Superman grew up as a black boy in America?
While staring in the face of racism, this story follows a young man’s journey as he comes to terms with his identity. As we extract events from America’s history and weave them with fictional undertones, we examine the truth behind his mother’s legacy, his father’s affiliation with the movement and the makings of a black superhero.
This montage sets the climate for an upcoming Sunday Kinfolk story.
Featuring Isaac Hayes, Walk On By
Written by D.Verrtah
Marcus Smith (Behind the Lens)
Russell Hamilton (Multimedia)
King Texas (Creative Director)
Renata Cherlise (Creative Director and Creator of Sunday Kinfolk)