Grammy Award-nominated singer-songwriter Diana Gordon recently released her brand new single, "Becoming." The song speaks volumes to Diana's current mindset and self-affirmations as she kicks off a new era and celebrates new opportunities, success, work ethic, and a chance to bring all her people with her. Pretty much, the R&B songstress has no time for the bullsh*t. "Becoming is me [More]
Today, Diana Gordon (formerly Wynter Gordon) drops her first-ever music video for the anthemic single “Woman” directed by Cameron McCool. "This song, that is rock & roll reincarnated, that celebrates your mother, my mother, your sister, and my sister, is just my way to stand up for the woman next to me and all those unseen," Gordon explains.
If "Song Lyric Of The Year" was an awards show category, Beyonce's lyric from her song "Sorry" would definitely be nominated, if not the winner! The lyric had everyone speculating who she was talking about? Was it a true description of a woman that Jay cheated on Bey with?