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I read Vanessa Williams’ book You Have No Idea last year, which is a memoir she co-wrote with her mother. It’s kind of unique in that for many stories “Ness” tells, her mother also gives her view of how it went it down–usually in terms of Vanessa’s romantic relationships and the infamous Miss America/Penthouse scandal in 1984. Because I’m just a few months away from my own book on relationships (from the male POV), I thought I’d highlight a few things Ness said in her book, from and about the men she loved the most. Continue reading “Vanessa Williams’ Love Revelations”→
I remember the 90’s when Mary J. and Faith hit the scene. I was in high school and college. I dyed my hair blonde and cut it short, not realizing that singers used weaves to change their looks and keep their hair healthy.
I can’t say I could relate to a lot of these ladies’ songs, but I loved their music. You could really feel what they were singing (probably in part because of what they were experiencing personally while writing and performing these songs back in the day). In the mid- to late- ’90s, I had only had two boyfriends, and with that, had experienced only a little heartbreak, a lot of drama, but no love.
I like that Faith Evans opens her book, Keep the Faith, with a prologue that says that she had a life before and after her relationship and marriage to Biggie. We knew very little about it before this book.