“Beautiful waters. Sunny skies. Paradise. Where you wanna be?” What more can you ask for from the Memphis based rapper Jai Musiq and his upbeat yet simple single, “Vacation” featuring Cash Keldry. While the modern calypso beat and poised lyricism provide the perfect combination of relaxation and weekend-turn up. Jai Musiq takes this single one step further with the accompanying music video equipped with beautiful, voluptuous … Continue reading Jai Musiq Offers Authentic Good Vibes With “Vacation”
Monday morning approaches with the overwhelming burden of a new week’s responsibilities. While Mondays may bring the blues, it also brings new episodes of the “Daps and Pounds” podcast. The show’s hosts, Malcolm Groves “Malcy” and Zach Doebler “Doby” provide tasteful banter and discussion of music and pop culture. The podcast reviews weekly new music along with sports and entertainment news, as well as commentary … Continue reading Your New Monday Motivation: The Daps and Pounds Show
Six days have passed since the release of Kanye’s Wyoming-based album, Ye. Being a GOOD Music fan, a Summer filled with album releases kicked off by Pusha T’s Daytona sounds like the perfect compilation. After listening to the seven tracks, chewing it over for the past few days, I reluctantly must spit it out. While an abrupt release is no surprise from Yeezy, the album … Continue reading Ye or Nay
Working forty hours per week is exhausting. Working full-time, keeping in touch with family and friends, eating healthy and exercising, while finding some time to relax in between is even more difficult. On top of all life’s demands, finding inspiration and working on personal goals is challenging. Whether a career happens to be a dream job, or just means for making a living, setting aside … Continue reading Don’t Work 8 Hours For A Company To Go Home And Not Work On Your Own Goals
In the past year or so I have had a change in perspective about success and womanhood. I no longer see these two subjects as separate achievements, but instead an overlapping, necessary balance. I used to think being a woman meant choosing one path, achieving success down that chosen path, and giving up everything in any other direction. Having a career and being the stereotypical … Continue reading An Appreciation For the Stay-at-Home Mom
The nostalgic days of going to a store, buying a CD, and listening to an artist only to realize you like one song on the entire album are over. Today, music streaming dominates how Americans listen to music. While fans still support their favorite artists by purchasing albums, streaming services give consumers access to complete albums and playlists, as well as singles. Even though all … Continue reading Country Music & Streaming Blending Together
Search engine marketing is a unique career option most people fall into unexpectedly. For being a new industry, SEM is a niche field within the overarching world of marketing and advertising. Being from a PR and journalism background, I honestly didn’t know exactly what paid search entailed. I knew the world of Google’s back end metrics existed, but never imagined I would work within the … Continue reading Search Engine Marketing: Convert Or Bounce?
Finding the right job is hard. Finding a job that legitimately meets an individual’s goals and necessities is even harder. Although a job may align well with an employee’s growth potential, salary requests, and schedule requirements, other factors may not add up to equal the perfect career. Relationships with coworkers and upper management have a huge impact on employee happiness, as well as roles and … Continue reading 3 Categories of Toxic Workplaces