The Black Girl's Guide: 7 Things to See, Do, and Hear This Week

We've got your covered on what to watch, hear, and support this week. From Tamia's new album to the return of "Orange is the New Black" and the Apollo's Women of the World Festival.

Taylor Lewis Jun, 11, 2015

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We've all been jamming to "Sandwich and a Soda" ever since it came out earlier this year, and now we have 10 other songs to go along with it. Her new album, Love Life, just dropped, and if we didn't already know that she was a seasoned R&B veteran, we definitely know it now.

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Your favorite Litchfield prisoners are back for round 3, and this season is guaranteed to be hotter than ever. Orange is the New Black returns to Netflix tomorrow, where we'll be reunited with Sophia, Suzanne "Crazy Eyes," Taystee, Poussey and all of our other incarcerated girlfriends (and our ESSENCE covergirls!). Happy binging! 

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Calling all ladies! Harlem's famed Apollo theater is hosting the Women of the World festival. Stop by the festival from Thursday, June 11 to Sunday, June 14, to check out panels, performances and mentoring sessions to discuss issues that women worldwide face on a daily basis. Featuring speakers like Iyanla Vanzant, Michelle Williams, Naomie Wolf, Anegla Simmons, Leymah Gbowee and Macy Gray, you don't want to miss this empowering event! 

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The ultra-talented daughter of Richard Pryor is on her way to a Harlem stage. Rain Pryor is gearing up to produce and star in her own one-woman autobiographical show, "Fried Chicken & Latkes," at Harlem's National Black Theatre. The production, which runs through June 28, will feature the comedienne portraying 11 of the most influential figures in her life. It's guaranteed to be hilarious! 

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Once upon a time, we fell in love with The Weeknd's sexy vocals, and his new song, "Can't Feel My Face," will make you fall in love all over again. The new track has more of a dance feel that some of his other hits, and we can't stop jamming to it. 

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We guarantee you that this song will be stuck in your head after watching this music video, but we don't mind one bit! Erica Campbell dropped her trap gospel song "I Luh God" earlier this spring, but we finally have a music video to go along with it! Believe us: You won't be disappointed.

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Photographer Laylah Amatullah Barrayn is bringing her newest exhibit to the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA) in Brooklyn. "Baye Fall: Roots in Spirituality, Fashion and Resistance" the rich culture of the Baye Fall, a Senegalese subgroup. Beginning next week, visitors can get a sense of how the indigenous community has evolved in post-colonial times.