So yesterday I got a chance to check out Beyoncé’s Homecoming special on Netflix and all I have to say is that it is amazing. The Netflix special pretty much gives you a behind the scenes look of Beyoncé’s performance at Cochella. It also goes a little more in depth to her pregnancy and birth of the twin Rumi and Sir.
You see how she picks the band, her dancers, her steppers and the reason why she decided to make the artistic decisions that she did. One of the things she says is that she wanted to bring our culture the black culture to Cochella for all to experience. She also chose the people that she chose so that all the people that felt that they didn’t fit in or were different were represented on stage.
It was definitely an amazing thing to see and it made me very proud to be not only black but also a black women. It made me feel powerful and proud to be who I am.
I definitely recommend other people to check it out if you can because it was definitely eye opening and also inspiring. I can also say that I think it will be inspiring to those that may not love her music because she has a way of touching everyone in some way.
So watch it on Netflix and check out her new album that also released on the same day under the same title as the Netflix special. Plus comment down below on what you thought of the special of you watched it or if you will watch it?
So this past week I watched a movie on Netflix called Social Animals. This movie was actually about 3 teenagers and their different experience when it came to social media. One kid uses his Instagram for photography and actually got pretty famous for it, another girl is trying to be an aspiring model, and the last girl it seems it just trying to survive in this world with social media.
It was honestly a very interesting movie to watch and actually seemed to be one of the realer documentaries that I’ve watched about social media. This is because it also showed the downsides to social media such as the bullying, people asking for nudes, also the issues with FOMO, and “social media rules”.
It made me think about how I use social media in my everyday life and what I should do differently. I definitely recommend checking out this movie since it was pretty interesting. If you are interested in watching it then it is available on Netflix and is about a little over an hour long.
So if you decided to watch it comment down below on your thoughts and also do so if you’ve already seen it.
As I’m sure many of you know we have gotten confirmation that Netflix is going to be releasing a Cowboy Bebop live action. Well in my video I’m going to be discussing what we know so far. So check it out to know more.
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So I decided to make this video due to realizing that I have quite a few anime related apps on my phone. So why not share them with y’all and recommend a few to y’all. So check out the video I hope that y’all use some of the apps I showed y’all.
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So once again I’m back with another anime discussion topic. This time I’m discussion if anime can now be considered mainstream. So comment down below and let me know your thoughts.
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So I’m back again with a new video and its a discussion where I’m talking about anime live actions and Netflix. So check out the video to know more and be sure to subscribe!
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