Sisterhood reigned supreme inside our 7th Annual Black Women in Music event. From our February cover girls Yara Shahidi and Johnetta "Netta" Elzie to Estelle and V. Bozeman, here are the candid moments we love. #BlackWomeninMusic
Don't come for her unless she sends for you. By now, everyone should know messing with Beyoncé is a very, very bad idea. But for those who don't, the BeyHive is always there to remind them that Queen Bey will forever reign.
ESSENCE celebrated Grammy-nominated Black women in music with a star-studded event in Los Angeles. We see you Queen Latifah, MC Lyte, Zendaya, and Kelis.
ESSENCE Black Women in Music 2016 attendees hit our red carpet to discuss why recognizing the work of Black women in music is vital.
Jazmine Sullivan, Andra Day, Zendaya, Corinne Bailey Rae and other women stop by our red carpet to dish on their ultimate #BlackGirlMagic moments (spoiler: There was a lot of Beyonce!).
Rehearsal. Los Angeles. https://t.co/qXGJvuw8Ej
Hopped on the wall in Heels... LOL... Say Miss Thang you have on a dress!! ? Makeup:? https://t.co/mnqHXA9Myy
A smile, even when it feels forced at first, is what gives us strength to continue our process.
Brought these out for Toronto ? #tomford https://t.co/vVhOEAj5pw
ESSENCE's 7th annual Black Women in Music event celebrated Grammy-nominated Black women in music. The star-studded evening featured special performances by Grammy nominees Jazmine Sullivan and Andra Day. Here's your all-access recap.
There's no such thing as too much Beyonce.
We caught up with stylist Marni Senofonte who styled Beyoncé for her Super Bowl performance to talk fashion, the nod to Black culture and paying homage to Michael Jackson.
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