Naima is a music industry veteran, writer, and self-described culture preservationist in NYC. She's also the creator, curator, and Senior Pastor of #MusicSermon. In her free time she watches too much tv, spends too much time on twitter, and eats too much candy. Follow her on twitter @naima.
How ‘Yo! MTV Raps’ Launched Hip-Hop Into the Mainstream
30 years ago MTV took a chance on hip-hop and propelled the genre from being a fad to becoming one of the most important genres in history.
Queen Latifah & Friends Prove the Ladies Still Kick It at Essence Fest
The only criticism was that there wasn’t more.
Remembering the OTHER Female R&B Voices of the ’90s
Many times when discussing women in R&B during the '90s, the same names dominate the conversation. Here's a list of some (good) singers you might have forgotten.