Have you ever felt like you didn’t have nothing to showcase to the world? Like if you were to leave the world tomorrow how would they remember you by? How would you leave your legacy? That’s how I felt when I turned 20 years old on a cold November’s day and all those questions seem to pop in my head. I felt like I hadn’t accomplished anything and I felt like I was losing more time than money. I was that college kid who thought she knew what she wanted to be but then she changed her major and knew this is what she wanted to do but then she changed her major again. And then she took a Hip Hop history class that changed her whole perspective on life and finally found her purpose on this earth.
Yep I was that girl!! It’s funny because freshman year I started of wanting to be a computer engineer but I was dead wrong about that decision. I could not even find the strength to get up in the morning to go to my engineering classes but even worse I couldn’t even push myself to do the homework. Then I decided to switch my major to Information Technology and hated it with a passion. All I knew is that I wanted to help people, children to be specific. So I decided to do social work but the more I attended those social work classes the more I realized that social work had no true skill. I also told myself I could still work in social work areas without a social work degree. I started to reminisce about my high schools years and how many of my teachers told me how good of a writer I was. Then I started to think about the three different high schools I attended and how quickly I made friends. So quickly, that these people started coming to me for advice and even trusting me with their secrets. All I knew is that I loved music, I loved history and I loved people. I loved meeting new people, talking to people, helping new people. I guess you could call me a people person.
It finally hit me that I needed to study Mass Communications and Journalism. At first I was more upset than happy. I mean I found out what my true career was but it took me almost two years in college to figure it out. But then I thought about how many people have graduated out of college with a degree they did not want only to find out what their true career path was. I got so excited and relived that God had revealed my answer to me but then another question popped into my head. How am I going to display my talents? What will I put on my resume? I was glancing on kidfury.com then I thought how bout I start my own blog. Even if people don’t look at it atleast it’s there to be seen.
I started thinking of a site that I would enjoy. That I would go and check out every single day.I dreaded the fact that I had to go to mediatakeout.com for gossip, hiphopearly.com for new music, concreteloop for urban news and kidfury.com for laughter. I told myself why not combined all those elements and make it my own. So that’s exactly what I did!! The title Nu Flava In Ya ear was already my old twitter name so I thought why not make it my site’s name because I was already in love with it. It took me a month to actually go through with this idea and get it up and running but when I did I couldn’t leave it alone.
This site is like my baby, she came straight from my wound.I am so amazed by the reviews and comments I have been getting on this site. And I just wanted to say thank you for all the support and all the views. I am truly a blessed and humble individual who does this for the people and not for the show. I am a working progress but believe me the best is yet to come.
Like I said in my video I want my readers to get to know me, to feel where i’m coming from. I want to let ya’ll know that this is a real person writing these posts and not some robot. Let me know if there is anything else you would like to see on the site, suggestions, comments, new artists, etc. I’m open for anything!!! email me at email@example.com
Anyways Love, Peace & Flava ya’ll. Be Blessed…….