Nikki

"She helps me…… just be more honest, I think, with my songwriting and just, the things that I do because I want to be that example for her. She’s curious now. Just an example of like, being yourself and it’s okay to speak your mind. It’s a fine line between showing her that and disappointing her if that makes sense. I think as we both grow up, I am more responsible with what I do creatively, for her, so that she can be proud of the work that I’ve done. I want her to see that I didn’t give up on my dream and inspire her to do the same thing…."

(Behind The Seen:Documentary , Souled Out)

elephantandart:

Charging African Elephant
by Christiaan Bekker

elephantandart:

Charging African Elephant

by Christiaan Bekker

passaxpassa:

Amilna Estevão via Da Banda

passaxpassa:

Amilna Estevão via Da Banda

androphilia:

Life With The Hijab By Sadaf Syed

University of Michigan’s DJ Hadeel Al-Hadidi created and broadcasts her own hour-long radio program.
Scholars teach that Islam encourages sports and physical activity for all, wrote Sayed. The prophet Muhammad is said to have invited his wife Aisha to a foot race.
Nadia Afghani, left, and Nadia Chohan make up Hijabi Deafness, a Muslim punk rock/hip-hop band.
Michelle Yim, a network engineer, skis, swims, body surfs, rides motorcycles – all while wearing the hijab.
Atlanta-based Mariem “Punchenella” Brakache (5-5, 1KO) is a former IBA Junior Middleweight Champion, boxing coach and renowned trainer.
A ballerina and tap dancer from Texas, Hiba Awad is anxious to prove “how versatile and unique a Muslim woman can be.”
Nousheen Yousuf said the practice of tae kwon do “taught me to treat daily prayers as a real meditation, where the focus is on my relationship with God.”
Nosheen Cassim, a part-time makeup artist and full-time mother of two, was born and raised in Illinois, but has been threatened by strangers who told her to “go back to where she came from.”
No matter how different they may look from other beachgoers, Sama Wareh, left, and Aurelia Khatib believe in doing what they love, including surfing.
Asma Azim, a step-grandmother from Pakistan, has been a manager of mechanics and a truck driver for more than a dozen years. She said her male contemporaries treat her with respect – especially when they discover she can repair her own engine.

whoomf:

*Writhes*

whoomf:

*Writhes*

chamisul:

tismys:

gxxdgxxn:

A$AP Rocky & Chanel Iman for Vogue September 2014

They look so good 

oh my god

thehoneydiva:

AMEN and AWOMEN. 
 

thehoneydiva:

AMEN and AWOMEN. 

 

timothydelaghetto:

Stopped by that new Dave & Busters to shoot zombies and get a late night snack. Mango shrimp skewers and edamame 😁

timothydelaghetto:

Stopped by that new Dave & Busters to shoot zombies and get a late night snack. Mango shrimp skewers and edamame 😁