The red shade symbolizes passion, immorality, and a “source of confidence,” says Poppy King, “You put it on and suddenly you feel more capable than you did without it” (Psychologies). Taylor Swift may agree that she is passionate and confident and that is most likely why she named one of her albums RED, on the other hand, the media may see her as immoral because “good girls” are not going straight from one relationship to another and Swift probably disagrees with that. Swift includes examples of parallelism such as, “I could show you incredible things/ Magic, madness, heaven, sin” in order to make her lover aware that she can be all of those things for him, all she has to do is “find out what [he] [wants],[and] be that girl for a month.” Another thing “Magic, madness, heaven, sin” does is emphasize the unpredictable personality of Taylor Swift, and also serves as a fair warning that they are going to have a difficult relationship.
Most Important Person in U.S. History “Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius, and it’s better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring.” One of the many amazing quotes by an amazing woman. Marilyn Monroe was one of the most iconic model, musician, and actress of all time. Marilyn Monroe is still looked up to today and still inspires millions of people. Marilyn was born June 1, 1926 in Los Angeles, California. Marilyn Monroe was born with the name Norma Jeane but then in 1956 she legally changed her name to the name we all know her by, Marilyn Monroe.
All of this being said, her performance was spectacular and showed why she belonged to hold a spot in our memories. Diahann Carroll was able to bring her rich, gentle voice to a well known piece of music and make it her own, through subtle acting and a powerful emotional connection to the words she was singing. In the beginning of the song, Carroll has a low volume with a gentle voice. She may not need to project due to the range of the microphone (this is unknown to the viewer), but her voice carries regardless and holds a great resonation in not only her chest, but also in the room in which she is being recorded in. If her projection staggered any in the quieter beginning of the song she made up for it with superb and unique diction.
Janet Jackson is an American singer and performer who was born on May 16, 1966. She has also done a fair amount of acting and is a talented dancer. She has made a number of socially conscious and thought-provoking albums, as well as sexually charged ones. Here are some of her most memorable quotes. Number Eight: Janet Jackson said, "No word is absolutely wrong or dirty or insulting.
Which means that she creates music that moves an individual both spiritually and physically. In the music video Monáe plays The Electric Lady and she does so very well. Her bubbly attitude gives The Electric Lady a funky persona and a contagious groove. The song is generally about a love story that is ostracized and stigmatize because of its abnormality. A love story that is distinguished from the rest and is reject by society.
Ella Fitzgerald, also known as “The First Lady of Song”, was a singing sensation and the most famous female jazz vocalist of all time. She is famous for several quotes but the quote that stands out and means the most to me says, “It isn’t where you came from, it’s where you’re going that counts.” Ella proved this quote to be true because she endured many struggles throughout her lifetime but she never let it stop her from doing what she loved most, and that was singing. Singing gave Ella joy and comfort. She also used her struggles and memories to assist her in expressing her emotions while performing. Ella Jane Fitzgerald was born in Newport News, VA on April 25, 1917.
and the Grammy’s.In 1999 she was name United Kingdom’s most successful female artists in its history.She was an influential artist to rising stars like Beyonce,Janet Jackson,Mariah Carey, and Jennifer Lopez.On 1/14/70 Diana gave her last performance with The Supremes in Las Vegas at the Frontier Hotel.Between 1964 through 1967 the girls sang no less than 10 number one hit songs that reached the top 40 in the U.K. These are the reasons why she is
A Seat at the Table has so much truth and compassion that it leave’s our minds to the curiosity of what will she say next, and the admiration that she had the balls to say it at all. A Seat at the Table is Solange’s third solo album, and she did not fail her critics and supporters when she dropped the album on September 30, 2016. The 21 tracks on the album all have harmonious elements of sound that Solange hat has identified from a feminist and radical point of view. She starts the album off with the song, “Rise” which is an introduction of empowerment that tells us to walk and fall with courage, but have the strength to get back up and Rise again. She has the Grammy award winning song called “Cranes in the Sky” that is full of soul with a soft falsetto sound but strengthened by meaning, and relatable lines like, “I tried to keep myself busy, I ran around in circles, think I made myself dizzy, I slept it away, I sexed it away, I read it away”.
You are the finest woman in Kentucky; but still you haven't to know that you don't understand business; -- women never do, and never can... You don't know anything about business, I tell you"(Stowe, 372). In “Uncle Tom’s Cabin”, Stowe brings to light women
Even though the problem of women having to fit into this category is not that big of a problem in this century. However, there is a problem of women having to look like certain way to fit into this idea of what women should look like. There is this idea that a women has to look a certain way in order to be beautiful. I have become very vocal on this matter because I truly believe that every women is beautiful. I relate to Tessie Hutchinson from the story “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson.