There are some things you don’t know you need until you get them.

There are many reasons to love The Carters’ "Apes**t" video, with one of them being able to see Black folks look like works of art in front of actual artwork.

The couple brought Paris’ Louvre Museum to the culture. 

What could get better than that? Seeing a bunch of everyday Black women standing in front of a famed painting during Black History Month, and journalist Darian Symoné Harvin did just that.

Her followers delivered and blessed the internet with their shots. In all honesty, Mona Lisa should feel honored.

How cute is this?!

This shot embodies squad goals. 

Mama is the one who should be framed. 

This definitely counts.  

We stan an art enthusiast. 

Go best friend!


Some of them didn't make it in, but they're just as fly. 

Yassss full body shot!


We believe the following tweet summed it up quite nicely:

Black women have saved Black History Month. 


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