Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail 109 If You Like This Article Kindly Give Us A Share! Outside Africa Music Videos Once upon a time for music lovers, those of us who managed to feel our pride of black found it in music burried deep deep deep in the underground corners of hip hop and soul music. Amazing talented music that technically never made it to international charts. Artists like Eryka Badu, Ledisi, D’angelo, The Roots, and much more, who shared beautiful music that pop artists were scared to follow through because it wasn’t trending. However, social media has changed a lot for black culture. For one, African’s have managed to get hold of their own image projecting the reality of Africa to the world. And two, black Americans have also done the same exposing the harsh reality of the unjust political system they are entangled with. Both these realities are changing the narrative of what it means to be black and/or African and the lies used to make some hide in their shell is now being eradicated with reality. It seems this cultural change is trickling to the top to some of our celebrities and artists who once were silent or nonexpressive on such issues, and reaching them and through their powerful voices tricking back down to those who still haven’t embraced it. And my friends, that’s what we call a pride movement. More Articles You Would Love “I Don’t Owe Anybody, Everyone Should Get Out” Burna Boy Hits Back At Nigerians Questioning His Electorial Silence Emerging Ghanaian Brand Nipo Skin presents their 2016 S/S Collection Titled ‘Eden’ As long as we remember to ensure we continue to be the financial and social beneficiaries of this movement we are on a safe track. With that said, Ciara’s new video ‘ROOTED’ is definitely on par with this movement. She served a wild extra hype video filled with Afro’s, black atire, berets, crump dancing and more. According to her “I am blessed to be able to carry seeds of new life into this world,” Ciara said in a press release. “The foundation of love for my family and the pride for my culture has made me feel rooted in my life, and nothing can knock me down. I am also reminded through my trials and triumphs, everything I need to survive and thrive is rooted in me. Gender nor color of your skin can limit how far you will go in life.” With that said, Enjoy below!!! UPCOMING TOP EVENTS! VIEW ALL EVENTSAFRICAS BIGGEST FASHION WEEK IS HERE!Click Here To Submit stories Email: [email protected] or HashTag #FashionGHANA Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail Nana Tamakloe Founder of FashionGHANA.com and Accra Fashion Week. I'm grateful you visited, I hope you share, subscribe and share your comments or opinions below. More For You #OOTD: Tolu Bally Steps Out With A Jaw Dropping Boob handprint shirt x... #BIKINIBAE: South Africa’s Premium Swimwear Sensation Pamala Hughes Is Serving Ravishing Bikini Looks “Looks Like A Transgender” Africans Are Confused Over Brooke-Bruk Jackson’s Gender, The New... Get A Load Of The Top 15 Afrobeats Jams As Jyzno & Lasmid... 6 Essential Cautions When Sending Clothes To Style Influencers “We Created A Banger” Ghanaian Afrobeats Star Lasmid Pays Respect To Deceased Nigerian... Indulge In The Whimsical Elegance Of Ejiro Amos Tafiri’s SS23 ‘Ilé mi, Ilè... New Turtles Movie Subliminally Teaches Us To Beg White People For Acceptance 8 Days Left For Top Tier Designer Applications To Be Vetted For Accra... Naomi Campbell Ventures Beyond the Catwalk: A New Fashion Odyssey with Nigeria’s VicNate Leave a Comment Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.