5 Questions With…Kibbi Linga

London Mind Fit is my mental health website where I discuss all things related to mental wellness! Since I launched the site I have wanted to start an interview segment called “5 Questions With” and it finally came to life with this Kibbi Linga interview! Kibbi Linga is an artist in Los Angeles with a talent for the visual arts and a genuine ability to captivate her audience. The way Kibbi includes her followers in her journey by capturing her therapeutic artistic process is remarkable and the stunning visuals she creates are equally as fascinating! Check out 5 Questions With…. … Continue reading 5 Questions With…Kibbi Linga

Cali Sunshine & Rain

I wrote a short story that means so much to me, possibly more than anything else I have written in a while. I submitted the story as a part of The Little Black Book Challenge by Vocal and Moleskine where the winner wins a grand total of $20,000! The guidelines for the submission were to write a fiction piece that somehow includes someone coming into $20,000 and also incorporating a “little black book” into the narrative. I chose to write about something close to my heart. Please read the story, it is a heartfelt and deep tale of Cali Sushine … Continue reading Cali Sunshine & Rain

ArielleLondon.com: New Address, New Look

Welcome to ariellelondon.com! This is an online space where art meets politics and all that falls in between. As you will notice, you can still find me by using the old address ariellelondonma.wordpress.com, it’s just that now you can also find my online world by simply typing ariellelondon.com into the address bar! You may also notice that my website has a whole new look! Everything that was there before is still live on the website, with a few minor updates and changes. Feel free to take a look around to see what’s new, and what content has recently arrived! Enjoy … Continue reading ArielleLondon.com: New Address, New Look

DAY 17: Chess Moves

Years ago I recognized the need to create a brand for my artistry. Everyone in the industry has one, and so it felt as though the smartest thing to do was to pick a brand that would have the greatest longevity for my personality. I factored in things like happiness, my interests, and the sustainability of a persona. In the end, I couldn’t find anything except authenticity. I committed to speaking my truth as I knew to be at any given time. I committed to being myself. I committed to making music and art that was in my heart and … Continue reading DAY 17: Chess Moves

DAY 10: Greek Isles

About a year and a half ago I was working a job that I absolutely despised. And at this job that I absolutely despised was a coworker that I disliked even more. He was a loud older man compared to his younger counterparts and he always seemed to have a negative spin on everything. At the time I was a cigarette smoker and I was sitting outside on a break enjoying a cigarette when all of a sudden said coworker was all up in my space with his hand out. My headphones were on and blasting so I didn’t notice … Continue reading DAY 10: Greek Isles

Verbal Jurisdiction: My Art, My Love, My Joy, My Music

The thing about putting out music is that you change. You evolve. Over time we grow and in my case as I have grown my mind has cemented. That might sound unattractive to some, but those who know mental anguish know that they may have prayed for that cement to finally come into place. I planned my structure, my mind was in ruins, and not by my own torch burning. COVID tested a lot of us, myself included, but I knew I was being confined to my own home…I had been through worse. I worried about the women and children … Continue reading Verbal Jurisdiction: My Art, My Love, My Joy, My Music

Van Gogh of Rap

When it comes to many different types of art, people are completely fine, and totally normal about you being an artist. It’s like, “oh you paint? Cool. That’s nice, you paint in your leisure time, that’s really nice for you.” You know, that kind of response. But if you’re a rapper, or a singer, it’s as though you automatically must consider yourself as the best in your genre… or that you aspire to be the best in your genre.  Like you have to be the Van Gogh of rap. And I gotta ask, do you aspire to be Van Gogh? … Continue reading Van Gogh of Rap

New Music: Love Rehab

Part of the recording process is the releasing of the material. It starts often in a dimly lit room with a pen and a paper, then to the booth and from there out to the ears of the public. I think the artist in me loves the creative part of the process the most. That being said, there is a different type of vulnerability you have to combat every step of the way. Here is another raw song from me with production by Scar called Love Rehab: See what I mean? – Arielle London Continue reading New Music: Love Rehab