Ms. Melody Monroe FENIX 360 App Interview

Ms. Melody Monroe sits down with Will Nunziata, global ambassador for the FENIX 360 app, to talk about her journey as an artist and how her music has helped others in the time of Covid.

BLOG: Bonnets & Blackness - What My Hair Apparently Says About Me

Actress and Comedian Monique recently fell into the spotlight after making statements about how Black women should wear their hair, dress, and carry themselves in public. Much of her beliefs seem to stem from older schools of thought about what's considered respectable and exactly who that respectability is for. You can watch her full statement here:

Ms. Melody Monroe Interviews on "In The Process"

Ms. Melody Monroe joins LA-based actors Gogo Lomo-David and Natasha Younge on their show "In The Process" to discuss goal setting, success as an independent artist, and working in the creative economy.

BLOG: 6 New Ways I'm Celebrating Black History Month

It's Black History Month! "Hits the woah while singing the Black National Anthem* The time to be Blackity Black blackem, just the BLACKEST we can be. The time to reflect on the achievements and perseverance of our ancestors. The time to recognize and celebrate the Black excellence in all of us.

BLOG: How 2020 Is One Massive Lesson on Legacy

This year has been an unexpected whirlwind of death and tragedy for many, including myself. Even in this last month, I am working through the grief of losing loved ones. It’s left me with many existential questions along with fear of the unexpected as I’m sure many others are experiencing.

But despite my questions of “why”and what the future holds, and in being starkly reminded of life’s fragility, I see an irrefutable lesson: tomorrow isn’t promised and the life we live today creates our legacy for tomorrow.

BLOG: Dealing With The Disappointment of 2020 😞

We are halfway through one of the most bizarre years I have ever personally lived through. Celebrity deaths. Coronavirus and the Bubonic Plague. Civil unrest. A mess of an election. I mean, WOW.

BLOG: Black Life, Black Heart 🖤

It’s taken me a while to even begin to write this. I honestly didn’t know if I could or if I had anything to say. I’ve been speechless.

In fact, this writing feels a bit forced. I’m writing it in the name of consistency. I promised my supporters that I would write a blog every month. But honestly, today I don’t feel like writing. I don’t feel like conversation.