10 Dope Gamer Gift Ideas for Black Friday and Cyber Monday

As the Holiday sales are upon us and Cyber Monday looms in the distance buying tech items for the gamer in your life can seem like a daunting task. Especially if you can barely work a laptop. But have no fear Black with No Chaser has you covered on the dopest gamer gifts of 2021. I have gifts from every budget laid out here so everyone has something they can grab. I definitely suggest price shopping around to see who has the lowest price on these goodies. 10.Collectible Sonic the…

‘Insecure’: Growth, Okay?!

The BLOCC is Hot Episode two opens one year after the trip to Stanford University. The BLOCC has taken off and Issa is in Entrepreneur mode setting up events such as a book signing for The Vanishing Half, a gathering for Nathan’s barbershop, and a presentation to woo a local company’s backing for Crenshawn’s, played by Kofi Siriboe (whew, chile), fashion extravaganza. Molly, whose hair has been cut into low natural, is focusing on self-actualization, meditating, and taking on more responsibilities at work. The two have worked their relationship back…

How Rising Superstar Designer Ashley Noxolo is Making History and Bringing Real Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion to New York Fashion Week

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Atlanta, GA (September 7, 2021) – This fall, rising superstar designer Ashley Noxolo will be showcasing the brands’ newest shoe collection at New York Fashion Week, sponsored by Noxolo Ent and Black With No Chaser. This will be the 10 year anniversary from the first opportunity to showcase at NYFW in 2011. Noxolo Ent welcomes Black With No Chaser, filling the role of amplifying the success stories in the black community. Ashley Noxolo is Mississippi’s first shoe designer to showcase at New York Fashion Week and also…

The Unassisted Supremacy: Disney is the Queen of Pop

The headline says it all and I’m not taking it back. If you’ve ever logged into Twitter Dot Com, you already know that we spend a lot of our time reminiscing about our childhoods. I’m 21, born in 1998, and I don’t know what category age group I fall into, but I do know everyone who I grew up with share this same opinion. In a time where my Grandma wasn’t a fan of me watching BET or MTV so I snuck behind her back, or watched from the hallway…