Posted on 07 October 2011.
The N Word...
Sick of mama screaming that “Get a job, nigga”
Pressed to the limit, got to rob me a nigga
Simple and plain, my man scooped me in a hooptie
Wispered in his ear “This is what we got to do, G”
Got to bang a nigga and bang a nigga good
So I can cop a Benz and ...
Posted in Black Britain, Black History Month UK, Black Women
Posted on 31 July 2009.
Black Women & Hip hop Part 3: The slaughter of Sexual Identities and The Pimp Agenda
By Daniella Maison BA (Hons) MA
“We need educators and leaders who are oriented towards our destiny because they are rooted in a deep understanding of our culture and traditions…who identify with and are a part of us…who see our children ...
Posted in African History, Black Women, Guest Blog Posts
Posted on 15 March 2009.
Daniella Maison is the edgy, unswerving, soulful writer been best known for her series of poetry publications since her astonishing poetical debut in 2000. A young Masters graduate, Maison currently works as a freelance writer and part time music promoter, and is set to make an impact within the local and wider community, she comments:
Posted in Black Women, Guest Blog Posts