B.B. King on the Blues, the Self, and Doubt

I was going to stop at one, but I thought you needed to meet my man B.B. King, if you haven’t already. Though he was famous for the Blues, he should have famous for the light he gave off. Blue light ain’t always for the basement, y’all hear me?  

How to Art – The Photographer

“Everyday at a quarter past three I open up a can of tuna and set it on the table. I cut two thick slices of bread that has already begun to stale and put them on a white china plate already set out on the table, and slide it next to the can of tuna.…

Born This Day, 3 May

Born this day 3 May: James Brown, singer-songwriter, innovator and creator of funk music Born this day, 3 May 1933, singer, songwriter, inventor of Funk Music, Soul Brother Number 1, James Brown, in South Carolina. pic.twitter.com/a9zAHvNcGm — Raw Naked Art (#RNA) (@RawNakedArt) May 3, 2017 James Brown performs "Please Please Please" at the TAMI Show…

Days of Art 2017-19: Emeli Sandé

  Emeli Sandé, born Adele Emily Sandé (SAN day) is a Scottish songwriter and singer who first came to prominence in 2009 after being featured on rapper Chipmunk‘s first UK Top 10 Singles song, “Diamond Rings.” That was followed by another Top 10 appearance on “Never Be Your Woman,” by rapper Wiley. Her first single,…