The Black Girl's Guide: 10 Things to See, Do, and Hear This Week

We've got your covered on what to watch, hear, and support this week. From Letoya Luckett's remix of Big Sean's "Blessed" to Tish Hyman's "Subway Art," and the thought-provoking “The Last Black Man in San Francisco” Kickstarter campaign.

Yolanda Sangweni May, 20, 2015

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Follow friends Sloan and Akeebah on their hilarious escapades in Atlanta during the summer. You’ll chuckle (hard) and find characters like the “Shea Butter Scam Activist” all too familiar. Oh, and you can help the filmmakers fund their dream of creating more episodes, here!

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Letoya Luckett gives major vocals on this freestyle inspired by Big Sean’s “Blessed.” Luckett's new album, Until Then, is out this summer.

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Bilal reflects on the Black Lives Matter movement in this thought-provoking video for his latest single, “Satellites.” Watch here!

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Like us, Prince was totally mesmerized by newcomer Eryn Allen Kane's voice. His Purple Highness recently enlisted the Detroit native for the "Baltimore" duet. Here, Kane delivers an electrifying performance of her first single, "Have Mercy."

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Filmmakers Jimmie Fails and Joe Talbot take a sobering look at the decline of San Francisco’s Black population in The Last Black Man in San Francisco. The SF natives have started a Kickstarter campaign to raise enough money to make a feature film on Fails’ experience as a Black kid who watched his family lose their home in the Fillmore District, and the displacement that followed. “This isn't just a story for Black people or for people who lost their homes," he says. "It's a universal story for anybody that feels like an outsider in their hometown."

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She's been called "the next Lauryn Hill" thanks to her gritty rhymes and soulful vocals. You'll fall in love with Tish Hyman's brand of conscious hip hop.

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Celebrating a milestone anniversary this week? Or, maybe you want to show the man in your life a little love, just because? Buzzy new gift idea Flatterbox lets you create custom handwritten or typed message cards and delivers them in a beautiful, acrylic presentation box. He can display it on his desk at work and be reminded daily of what he means to you. #Aww

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Hammercy! When is May 22 coming so we can see Chocolate City? A college student is encouraged to pursue a career in male stripping after he flops during his first amateur night. And to that we say: AMEN. The chocolatey goodness, starring Tyson Beckford, Vivica A. Fox and Ginuwine, hits theaters this Friday, May 22. Watch here!

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Calling all NYC metro ladies: There’s still time to snag tickets for your and your girls for tonight’s New York City stop on The Great Love Debate Tour — an interactive town-hall style event where audience members and 6 leading experts discuss, and debate the current state of dating in 2015. Plus, as an added bonus, the event will be hosted by’s Modern Day Matchmaker, Paul Carrick Brunson. You can still get tickets for tonight’s show here!

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Grammy nominated singer Maysa teams up with Mint Condition’s Stokley Williams for "Keep It Movin," a sweet mid-tempo tune you’ll love all summer.