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Jelisa M.

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Jelisa is a lover of all music, but 90's R&B has a special place in her heart. She considers the 90's a groundbreaking era for black entertainment that should be celebrated more. "Music is my love language and movies are my mistress."

Keith Sweat (1996) – Album Review

 Album Review • After taking the late 80's by storm, Keith Sweat came into 1996 with his most successful album to date. The success he...

Taina (2001-2002) – TV Review

TV Review • 22 years later & Nickelodeon can still catch these hands for cancelling Taina despite big ratings. Taina could have been one...

Higher Learning (1995) – Movie Review

Movie Review •  Based on John Singleton's experience's while attending USC, Higher Learning can be a triggering movie if you've experienced the situations highlighted...

Love Jones Soundtrack (1997) – Album Review

Album Review • As good as Love Jones is, it's only right that the soundtrack be nothing less than amazing. When you have REAL artist...

The Preacher’s Wife: Soundtrack (1996) – Album Review

Music Review • Listening to this soundtrack, I know this was one of Whitney's favorite album recordings because when asked in interviews her favorite song,...

The Jamie Foxx Show (1996-2001) – TV Review

TV Review • After Jamie Foxx's success on In Living Color it was only right that he eventually would star in his own tv show!...

Chanté Moore – Precious (1992) Album Review

Music Review • I'm mad it took 30 years for the world to realize just how much of a vocal beast Chanté Moore is....

Malcolm & Eddie (1996-2000) – TV Review

TV Review • Malcolm & Eddie was part of the UPN Monday lineup that we all grew up watching. It was one of the many black...

Set It Off (1996) – Movie Review

Movie Review • "Frankie wanna blow up the bank uh! Frankie wanna rob the bank uh!" This week was the 26th anniversary of one...

Belly (1998) – Movie Review

Movie Review • 24 years ago Belly gave us one of the greatest intros in a movie. That club entrance scene with Buns & Sincere...

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