Pharrell upsets once again with latest cover


If you pick up the latest cover of Elle magazine, you’ll see a familiar face. Music entertainer Pharrell Williams gave his omnipresent Vivienne Westwood mountie hat a rest for the shoot, but what he selected has people crying foul.

Williams wore a Native American feather headdress for the oug Inglish photographed shoot.

Pharrell responds to criticism of lack of black women on album cover


Pharrell has a new album on the way and he’s up for an Oscar. Things are going good for the musician/ producer.

But he’s finding himself in a heap of trouble regarding the artwork for his upcoming album “G I R L.” The cover features Pharrell and three women dressed in bathrobes staring at the camera. The work drew accusations of racism and sexualization. 

Conscious Hip Hop Still Here

More often than not, we get the occasional talk show hosts and news correspondents ignoring the uplifting advocacy of Hip Hop and it irks me. If they would stop copying their competition for silly gossip, they would probably recognize the tone Hip Hop is taking, especially today. Artist, it seems, are very concerned with the heavy amount antagonism that comes with the bare minimum of success. Getting over these obstacles moves such artists as Lupe Fiasco and Jay-Z to retell their stories. What these stories do however is create a network that supports the lives of their audiences. Let’s take a look at a few songs.