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Carrington Kinsey is a Beyonce connoisseur and a Goofy Movie enthusiast working out of New Jersey. He co-host the pop culture podcast Dial Up. You can follow him on Twitter at @callmekinsey

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Why We Should Stop Comparing Beyoncé To Michael Jackson

Like most people who consume music on a daily basis and care about what’s going on in the world, I stayed up way past my bedtime to watch Beyoncé’s historic Coachella performance. Also, like most people, I lost my entire damn mind. I stanned with the best of the Beyhive on Twitter. I texted all my friends from Florida A&M University and talked about how...

An Ode To The Fade: How Black Barbers Have Empowered Black Men For Decades

In the living room of my parents' house, there’s a picture of me at five years old taken at some random Olan Mills in Tampa, FL. I look sharp as hell in this picture. I’m talking shiny loafers you could see from miles away. My dress pants were pressed crispier than a Popeye’s drum stick on a Friday. My oxford shirt was perfectly tucked and my smile was bright...

Why I'll Always Root For Barack Obama, Issa Rae And Everybody Else That's Black

The movie Bring it On came out when I was about eight years old. The film stars Gabrielle Union and Kirsten Dunst as cheerleaders in rival cheer squads and it’s basically one of the films that built the formula for every teen comedy in the aughts. The film culminates at a national cheer competition where the Toros, a team of mostly white teenagers (led by Dunst) go head to head...