The Cut has this series called I Think About This a Lot where editors discuss the pop culture moments they can't get out of their heads. I'm the queen of replaying random moments and fixating on various things so I decided to do a bit of artistic thievery and create a little series of my… Continue reading I Think About This A Lot: G-Dragon in Fantastic Baby
Recently, I saw a DKDKTV video in my feed that grabbed my attention. It was called "BTS is Low Quality Music". Of course, I couldn't scroll on by after that. I had to see what this was about. The video was an answer to Parkgaedae's video "BTS is McDonald's" (which he has since deleted). His… Continue reading Is BTS Low Quality Music?
Happy Thanksgiving! Since I'm one of those people who must dress up for Thanksgiving, I thought it'd be in order to do an outfit of the day. But, of course I can't leave it at that, so here's 3 things I'm thankful for: Doing what I love I'm so thankful that God has allowed me… Continue reading Thankful Ramblings + OOTD
Kpop comebacks were lit this month, so I thought it would be fun to review some that I watched/listened to and enjoyed. I’m evaluating the music videos in five categories: concept, aesthetics/cinematography, fashion/beauty, choreography, and song. I’ll be discussing my thoughts in each of these categories, giving a one to five rating in each one,… Continue reading Kpop Comebacks Review –September
The week of June 11, 2017 will go down in History as the time I was introduced to a seized by Kpop. My friends and I traveled to a music production camp in Indiana but Never Ever expected to become Stuck in new fandoms. We met a new friend there who showed us videos. I… Continue reading Kpop Convo
"At the end of the day, it's your body of work, and the amount of work, and the refinement of that work that will define who you are as a creative," ~Virgil Abloh, Fashionista While reading an article on fashionista.com I stumbled upon this statement by Virgil Abloh, creative director of Off-White. It caused me… Continue reading Quote of the Moment ~Virgil Abloh
Over the weekend I went to a homeschool convention (yes I'm homeschooled in case you were wondering), there were a host of inspiring seminars and speakers there. At the end of one of the sessions, the lead speaker mentioned the advice of a musician to those interested in pursuing the arts as a career. This… Continue reading Am I Wholly Consumed By Fashion?
Every race, culture, and member of humanity has a struggle. And their struggles are what make stories, stories that are written on paper, stories that are published, that we pick up at our libraries and bookstores. These stories are the ones that we read, that expose us to new ideas, comfort us, and give us… Continue reading The Struggle is Real: Representation of the Middle Passage in Literature