Facebook’s Blue Monday: The Social Media Giant’s Global Outage By K. Amara

Don’t worry, Teddy Riley’s internet hasn’t found its way into your home, Facebook is just “offline.” I know, I clutched my invisible pearls when I learned of the shenanigry too. The social media giant has been down now for several hours along with its other platforms, Instagram and WhatsApp. After the scathing interview with a former employee, Frances Haugen, on 60 Minutes that revealed she was the source of leaked documents that detailed public safety issues with the company, today many people around the world are facing widespread outages with no end in sight.  Not that any of…

Josh Waters: The Voice and The Vibe, Debuts Hit Single “Cyclone” From His Anticipated Debut Album

Leaving his home state of Mississippi and choosing Atlanta was the best leap of faith Josh Waters did for his career. Tap him in with WLPWR, Owner and Operator of BNDWTH Studios in Atlanta and we’ve got a problem. GOOD PROBLEMS! What do you do with a pandemic proof artist that delivered consistent heat every week of the lockdown? You take an early bow and give the man his flowers now because he is already unf*ckwitable! Straight from the Mississippi Mud, Josh Waters has not only proved that his vocals…

Texas our Texas, Always At The Forefront Of Some Mess By K. Amara

  What can I say? There’s always one and soon others will follow suit. Texas is and has been on a MF roll and is definitely with the sh*ts! From voting rights to continuing to police a woman’s uterus, Texas clearly wants ALL the smoke. I mean legit, when Southlake has an entire specialty podcast dedicated to the shenanigous racist behavior going down in their town, you know its Michael Jackson “Bad.” Over the last month or so, our good guvna’ has implemented several pieces of legislation that really has gotten…

Mattress Money By K. Amara

Here at BWNC, there is a strong emphasis on building financial acumen to create generational wealth. So it’s only right to keep the people informed about what’s going on with their money and how it may be severely impacted so let’s get right into it. In a bipartisan effort, Uncle Joe and his colleagues on the Hill passed a bill that will take a cool $1.2 trillion to fix the infrastructure to help curb the impact of natural disasters. Think Katrina, Irma, Harvey, and other disasters like when Texas got…