By Inda Lauryn

Inda Lauryn has previously been published in Blackberry, A Magazine and Interfictions and had her work featured on blogs such as BlackGirlNerds, Bitch Flicks and AfroPunk. She is currently working on a novel and countless other unfinished writing projects, and occasionally blogs at Corner Store Press.

  1. Everything about the ’80s said damn nature, damn everything about what's natural. This is how we ended up with jheri curls and synth pop. Perhaps this made the ’80s the perfect time for music videos to find their own outlet on television. I now know they've been around since the 1930s or ’40s, but, like the rest of my generation, I discovered the music video in its modern form with MTV. That also means MTV…

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