Ep 37: Shades of Representation

In this week’s episode we provide our review of Nicki Minaj’s fourth studio album Queen and unpack who she dissed and our favorite songs. Shannon lists her critiques about singing Nicki and the monopoly of the fake-Jamaican accent artists of Caribbean descent use. Khemani then describes his recent work trip to Philly where he had the best cheesesteak in his whole life. Our main topic is then focused on looking at how colorism and representation in the media play a role in our lives and the formation of our identities.Black Women.

 

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Music used in this episode:
Intro music “Imagination” and outro music “Hendrix” provided by WorldHipHopBeats.com

“Jazz Brunch ” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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