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No Weak End Here

In Communication, education, Griot, Movies, Music, Networking, News, Self Improvement, Video on September 4, 2020 at 7:56 am

Good morning, good morning, good morning to you. Friday is up for the taking. What do you want to do?

Have you been enjoying the presidential candidates in their new styles of campaigns? November is less than 60-days away; patriotic votes will reign.

The contrast between the two candidates is so very stark. One displays a bleak reality and the other one exhibits hope and heart.

It’s good to have choices; please do stay informed — of who’s saying what, shooting from hip or gutdecipher the intent of charm.

Polls roll in & polls roll out; some are tight and some are wacky.
I should know, I watch a show that rosters Steve Kornacki.

Polls don’t voice the sum of our whole, they are just insight. I watch lightly, and pray mightily: “God please make America alright.”

I watched the film HARRIET last night and I was blown away. Cynthia Erivo is everything, yo! Dare I say that she is one of the greats?

Have you seen her work in The OUTSIDER? Her flex of skill has an Edward Norton appeal; I know few who are brighter.

Tom Hanks is one of the few who submerges himself in a script. Cynthia Erivo is neck and neck; she breathes every moment real.

She also starred in Bad Times at The El Royale. Artists who eat, sleep, and birth script deep are craftsmen I call pals.

Cynthia’s capacity marks her “rare biz.” Every piece that she’s in is a hit. Who in the world is her agent? Kudos to Cynthia’s career dimensions.

I’ve also been watching a great deal of Disney Plus. The BLACK IS KING album is worth all of the fuss. Nourishment by Beyonce is a mass must;

she sings parallels and makes generational relations. Her video FORMATION should be the voting theme across the nation.

Are you ready? I sure am. The weekend is at hand.
I’m Qui
always thinking of thee. Dimensions keep us from being bland.

Facing the MUSIC

In Griot, Music, News, TV Shows on June 6, 2010 at 9:45 pm

Tomorrow @ 9/8c The VH1 HIP HOP HONORS AWARDS is going down
Set your DVRs (for later review) and activate the surround sound.

They’ll be focusing on the South and the joints they’ve produced;
Highlighting the excitings of Luke, Master P and ol’ Mystikal too.

Not to mention J. Prince, Jermaine Dupree and (flicky-flicky) Timbaland
Jamming in between skitted comical throws by this years host: Craig Robinson.

Lil’ Jon, Gucci Mane and Juvenile will be there
as well as T-Pain, DJ Khaled and doo rag Chamillionaire.
(I’m not sure about the attendance of his hair) lol! 🙂

David Banner, Trina, and Dem Franchize Boys
will be in the house parallelling Organized Noise.

Artists who ‘relate to’ and ‘incite us’ through hip hop tracks
That were created and formulated from the Southern parts of the map.

Tomorrow night we’ll sit back and laugh,
bob our heads and give brotherly dap.

We’ll thank God for the opportunity to relate to a variety of regions
that have all come together in the name of another ‘Honorable Hip Hop Season’.

VH1 Hip Hop Honors Awards — will continue to focus on the music,
I’m Qui
Focusing on SUPPORT — Join me – Be a sport & tune in to it.

The party airs on VH1 Monday 9/8c