When someone passes, sentiments of experiences with that person begin to pour out.
Some may not agree with the way you choose to express your grief or the intent behind your post but, when all is left for the world to see, scrutiny follows.
This is the reason singer Jazmine Sullivan’s name is among the trending topics this Wednesday morning.
In an exclusive interview with DJBooth’s DJ ”Z,” Jazmine Sullivan steps inside the Booth to talk about her message of empowerment to young female listeners, why both she and her musical output can be considered Fearless, and whether or not her second single, “Bust Your Windows,” is based on a true story. It’s your boy “Z,” doin’ it real big, and joining me inside the DJ Booth is a Philly songstress who is absolutely Fearless. Your singing career actually began in church when you were just five years old.
Please welcome newcomer Jazmine Sullivan – how are you? I’m so happy to be doin’ what I love; a lot of people don’t get that opportunity. At what point did you and your family realize that you were meant to perform in front of a much bigger crowd than just Sunday morning mass?
She has been a keeper of black girl magic for years. This didn’t go unnoticed as she’s being rightfully dragged.