Kehlani While We Wait Review

Kehlani blessed us with some music over the weekend “while we wait” for her to give us a full album after she gives birth to her baby girl.

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To me, this “mixtape,” as she calls it, gave me more of a 90s R&B vibe, as clichè as it sounds. This project reminded me of her SweetSexySavage album, which was my first introduction to her. She talks about love, relationships (good and bad), and A LOT of relatable situations on this While We Wait project.

Kehlani started off the mixtape with a feature from Musiq Soulchild titled “Footsteps.” She explains that when she walks away from a relationship when she’s mad, she expects her significant other follow her, leaving footsteps for him to do so.

“Too Deep,” is a relating song to both men and women. It’s about having a side thang and things are getting too serious, “too deep” between the two of you. Y’all arguing when y’all shouldn’t be because it’s just a sex relationship. It’s becoming too much to keep the “relationship” going.

“Nunya” is exactly what it sounds like lol, none of your business. It’s about a guy who she used to be involved with and he wants to know what’s going with her because he lost her and he still cares. Welp, WE’VE ALL BEEN IN THAT SITUATION, men and women, on both ends. He/she lost you and they know it and they still tryna keep up with you to see who you’re involved with now.

Another relating track is “Morning Glory” which is; if a guy accepts you at your best when he goes home with you at night then he needs to accept how you look in the morning, at my morning glory. It’s like a one night stand song lol.

The fifth song “Feels” is about a person who you diggin and they got you feeling them, giving you feels and making you all sensitive inside.

“Nights Like This” is about thinking about your ex on random days, wanting to text them, etc. Then you think about all the good that can come from hitting them up. THEN you think of all the lies they told you and how they’ll get your hopes up again, like they always do. RE-LATE-ABLE. You already know the BS that this person is on but you miss the good moments, then you start getting involved with the person again and they let you down again. 🗣🗣 SPEAK THAT KEHLANI!!!

On the sixth track “RPG” featuring 6lack, which is really “Show Me Your Love” is about having your partner show you that they love you and care. You may complain about them not touching you enough but they correct it, you tell them that they don’t compliment you enough and they correct it, and etc. This song is about communication to me, about talking and listening to your partner and correcting your actions.

The next song “Butterfly,” I’m still unclear on. It’s a beautiful song but I can’t really decipher it, maybe YOU can and comment your thoughts below lol 😬.

The last track “Love Language,” is about knowing what your partner likes as far as how they like to be shown that they are loved. Kehlani says she “wants to be fluent in your love language.” That’s beautiful, it’s like she wants to know what you like and execute it! Some people like gifts to show that they are loved. Some like that their partner listens to them and surprises them with non-materialistic items. Some people don’t care what their partner likes but more so what they are good as when it comes showing their love for that person (selfish 🙄🙄).

Any who, I liked this “mixtape;” I like the different positions she spoke from, like being the cheater in a relationship but also being the one catching feelings, to even being the one who has moved on from a relationship.

What are your thought about her new music. Comment below and let me know!

Also, congratulations again to Kehlani on her pregnancy!!

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Danii Gold out !! ✌🏾✌🏾✌🏾

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[DELUX Mag] Tashara Earl and David Morgan brings Battle of the Sexes to STL

Check out the my story below on an event I attended called Battle of the Sexes. It’s a game show that originated in Atlanta by David Morgan and Tashara Earl and they decided to bring the show here. Check out the story below:

Friday night, the game show—Battle of the Sexes made its way to Lowe’s Café to give St. Louis a live preview of the show that originated in Atlanta.  The show was created by Tashara Earl of Fusion Entertainment Management (FEM), along with Chemistry 360.

Originally from St. Louis, Earl decided to bring the show to St. Louis after she received a huge amount of engagement from her social media followers. Along with Earl, host David Morgan of Luhv2Live also appeared to ensure fans would get a true taste of the show.

The concept of the game is to go head to head with the opposite sex on a controversial relationship topics and issues. Since everyone loves a good card game and turn up, before the actual game show started, guests played some Uno, Taboo, and other games, before continuing the night with drinks and a little misbehaving.

Once the show began, it was broken down into rounds. The first round was an agree or disagree game that spark real life questions and scenarios. Various scenarios surrounding marriage, child support and rearing, along with many other relationship topics captivated the audience as excitement and competitiveness filled the room.

It was nice hearing each sides point of view. In some of those questions, each sex agreed or disagree on the same question but ever had their different reason.

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Another game that was placed was called “Bullshit or Believable.” The purpose of this games was for game contestants to shout out a statement—that would either be believable or not. For instance, “Black women who are in a relationship with a white man are less likely to get cheated on.”

Click HERE to see the rest of the story

http://deluxmag.com/tashara-earl-and-david-morgan-brings-battle-of-the-sexes-to-stl/

Tell me your thought on the game and the concept. Would you come to the next Battle of the Sexes event?

Comment below and let me know.

You Tried Me…Let That Be the Last Time

He tried you, you let him, let it be the last time.

Has he ever called you unattractive then wanted to be in your face because you look good THAT day?

Did he say he wasn’t looking for a relationship but you find out he’s in one, not even a month later?

Did he say you’re not the one for him but yet he couldn’t leave you alone?

Did he say he was only looking for a friendship but still wanted to fuck?

Did he call you a bad mother and say you don’t do anything for y’all kids…but you keep them 5 days out the week compared to his 2 measly days?

Did he call you fat in front of his friends but slide in your DMs later?

Girl…he tried you, you fell for the okey doke and shook that shit off….let that be the last time you shake it off. These men, boys, niggas, whatever you wanna call em, be trying us and we let them sometimes because we like them (at the time). Maybe we let them because we have low self-esteem and will settle for what we can, naw FUCK THAT! When you have low standards and low expectations, you get a low budget nigga. You can do better…so do better.

 

Let that be the last time he tries you, Queen.

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Do Opposites Attract?

There is a saying that goes “opposites attract” but sometimes in the long run it doesn’t always work out. If you are opposite of someone then you two have different views and that may be (but not limited too): growing up an only child versus with siblings, growing up with both parents versus a single parent and even having an active childhood versus not being active at all as a child. I’m not saying that opposites attracting won’t EVER work out. What I’m saying is, it can cause complications.

When being in a relationship, everyone wants to be loved differently. Some people may like spending time with each other as a way of showing love and that’s it; then there are some folks that like gifts and other knit knacks to show that they are being thought of in a love matter. Both of those can correlate to a person’s childhood with their parents being around or not being around. For example, someone who may have grew up with one parent may cherish spending time with someone versus buying them things all the time. On the flip side, a person who grew up with both parents may have that one parent or parents who only gave them money or bought them things and then sent them on their way–that person may like gifts much better than spending time OR that person may cherish both but of course may be better than the other.

I’ve realized that being in a relationship requires some knowledge of each other’s backgrounds and of course COMMUNICATION. Without the two, there will be BIG problems. Opposites can attract in some cases but both parties have to be willing to alter ways that are caused by their childhood.

I’m no expert, I’m jus speaking from experience.

 

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