Flavor In The Street

Hello World! Flavor In The Street was something I wanted to do, because I felt I had grown since my previous websites. I feel like I was seeing blogging from a different perspective. At one time, I saw this as more of something I did for fun, and I still continue to see blogging as this, but I also have grown a passion for it. I'm getting a platform, where I get to fully express my views on topics in music. I feel like my opinion is rarely heard, and I want to be viewed as the voice of my generation soon. We never get a platform to talk, and it's now just the beginning. 

The idea of Flavor In The Street was just to restart my brand. I had gotten the idea of the title from one of my favorite shows, "Living Single" along with the slang, 'Word On The Street.' As many of you know, Khadijah James had owned a magazine company titled, "Flavor." I got the idea by combining the two, which later birthed 'Flavor In The Street.'

I'm quite a hard-working kid. I manage to keep my grades together, while running this blog. I've never quite looked into adding more writers to help grow the brand, but of course I'm open to trying new ideas. I plan to adventure quite a lot when I get older, and my taste in music varies. 

Sales Predictions To Alicia Keys’ “Here”/ Teases Lesbian Rumors In New Track

While performing in Times Square will be a memorable experience for Alicia Keys, perhaps the predictions on her recent LP, “Here” won’t be. HDD reported that the latest effort is set to sell 38-42k in pure sales. The singer-songwriter is competing with Bon Jovi and The Chainsmokers.

On the new album, a track titled “Where Do We Begin Now” turned heads, as she sings about experiencing feelings for the same sex. Keys dealt with lesbian rumors when she debuted due to her appearance, which has drastically changed.

While the track isn’t radio friendly, it would’ve drew major attention due to the lyrical content (especially with a visual). Weigh in on the song below: 

Keys is a storyteller, therefore the song may not be pertaining to her. Regardless of that, the song contains shock value, which this album campaign could use. As of now, the media would assume she's singing about herself. Sure, it would've been a controversial move, but as the saying goes, “All publicity is good publicity.”