Yes, I got this! The dark room is lit by multi-colored club lights that swish over several rows of women in leggings, crop tops, and wedge sneakers. This is where the corporate women of New York come to be unapologetically sexy while getting a serious workout at the same time.
A video vixen also referred to as a hip hop honey or video girl  is a female model who appears in hip-hop -oriented music videos. The video vixen image has become a staple and a nuanced form of sex work within popular music, especially within the genre of hip-hop. The work of video vixens and their portrayal in music videos have drawn criticism.
Carefree, crop-topped, posing with her squad like she was ready to slay all day—every time Atlanta dance instructor Mikayla McGee popped up on my feed, I was struck with a serious case of Instagram Envy. Or FOMO. Or whatever you call it when you find yourself coveting the life someone else presents in social media photos. But Vixen markets a much cooler, sexier vibe, with lots of hair whips, twerking, and catwalk struts.
A new hip-hop anthology series based on classic rap songs. The Next Big Thing is a music competition series that follows 12 contestants as they participate in an immersive artist development bootcamp. The last two finalists will get a chance to audition in front of four major record labels and possibly sign a deal.
NEW YORK — As green and red strobes flashed around a darkened Midtown studio, some 75 women, many in animal-print spandex capri pants and wedge-heeled sneakers, scrambled for lipstick touch-ups, then took their places for their exercise class warm-up. Ooh, hair flip. The women obeyed, repeating the words like an incantation while tossing their hair as there is no other word for it aerobically as possible.
Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. The workout has a nightclub vibe, complete with low lighting, strobe lights, foggy mirrors and the sounds of Beyonce, J. Lo, Busta Rhymes and other high-voltage singers.
From the start, hip-hop was about storytelling. Male and female rappers alike used wordplay, repetition and extended metaphor to relate experiences that were dark, violent, romantic or hopeful, casting themselves as hero, witness or seer. Braggadocious lyrics about violence, sex, swagger and masculinity reign in a space where women, in most cases, are cast as either conquests or a faceless Greek chorus, their own stories largely ignored. They all had distinct variations in style, flow and lyrical content, but what each woman had in common was a fiercely independent voice and the power to remain consistently and resoundingly herself.
Danielle Margherite. First rule of Vixen: You do not talk about Vixen. Not when you can Instagram about it at a glam bar with selfie-optimal lighting.
By Brian Gallagher For Dailymail. Joining in on the success were musicians Taylor Swift, who took home two awards, and Ariana Grande and Billie Eilish, who scooped three prizes each at the star-studded music event. Beaming with excitement, Cardi told the crowds: 'Hold on, wait a minute. This is a video music award, I really want to thank my music video team, the director and everything.