MOMENTS OF A BLACK QUEEN:
• #REGGAE + #CARIBBEAN
• #FASHION + #ART
• #LANGUAGES + SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING/BLOGGING
Welcome to Moments of a Black Queen the memoirs of a young black empress. My royal thoughts are manifested into posts discussing the culture of a Caribbean upbringing. I am a Jamaican-American living in the United States blogging about international reggae culture from the perspective of the Jamaican diaspora. I consider myself an ambassador of all things Caribbean! On the Moments of a Black Queen blog, I discuss topics that are most relevant to my audience.
Writing and drawing are both favorite pastimes. I consider myself an art aficionado. In my spare time, I illustrate pictures and design flyers.
I am a music connoisseur sampling music from the 1960s through the 21st century of Dancehall. As a female radio host I aim to discuss why women are often marginalized in the male dominated genre of reggae. Reggae is more than just Bob Marley.
I am the social media manager for Caribbean lifestyle e-zine Nirvana Magazine. I curate images of street fashion, graffiti art and editorial photography.
I promote the Suns of Dub/Rockers International web channels and act as publicist for Trinidadian artist Jah Bami.
I’ve had the opportunity to meet and interview various artists including Dancehall icon Sean Paul, Mavado, Konshens, Beenie Man, and Spragga Benz.
I love traveling and I hope to go to the 2016 Olympics in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.
I am multi-lingual speaking Spanish, Portuguese, and currently learning French. My interest in languages also transcends into my musical taste and love for exotic sounds and sights. As a young girl I traveled to Panama and was exposed to culture rich and heritage of the third world country in development. The Bahamas, Barbados, and Dominican Republic are also some places I have visited.
I have an appreciation for my roots but love modern and contemporary themes. I express myself through social networks and use my media streams as an outlet to the outside world. Can you mix the old with the new? Is everything a remix? Do original ideas exist or is everything a remake. We have all lived this life before so take a moment to experience it though someone else’s eyes. I hope you enjoy my Moments of a Black Queen.
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