Q-Tip Does Martha Stewart!

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Looks like Q-Tip, the artist who was the soundtrack of my entire weekend, made his Martha Stewart debut last week. Although this may seem like an unlikely combination, Q-Tip is in good company. Snoop, Ludacris, Diddy, and L.L. Cool J have all appeared on The Martha Stewart Show over the years.

Anyway, take a look at the clip when you have a moment. I’m still not sure what to think about it, ladies. The first word that comes to mind is “interesting” and anyone who knows me knows what that really means. I love how Hip-Hop (although a lot of it is pretty disappointing these days) continues to take over mainstream culture. Check it out here.

*Note to Martha: We know it’s your show, but did you really have to put our guy on blast in front of company for saying “scronny” vs. “scrawny?” 

In other Q-Tip news, if you haven’t downloaded the new J. Period x Q-Tip mixtape (oops, showing my age), I NEED you to cop it ASAP. I rocked out to this download the entire weekend and still can’t get enough. Classic Q-Tip/A Tribe Called Quest material we all know & love plus my faves from his new (and equally amazing) CD, The Renaissance. What’s special about this is that the music is laced with Q-Tip’s trip down memory lane and his narrative on what inspired certain records. Lots of cool insight on how some of our favorite songs came to be.

Sometimes all you need is good music to get the creative juices flowing! Not sure what I’d do without music as inspiration throughout the work day. Click here to download your own FREE copy of J. Period x Q-Tip, The [Abstract] Best, Volume One. Trust me, you’ll be addicted!

As a New York City beauty PR strategist, Renae Bluitt created "In Her Shoes" to empower and enlighten women committed to realizing their dreams.