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Brianna Ft Wale ” Marilyn Monroe “

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Categories: Music, The Industry Cosign

B.o.B ft. Andre 3000- “Play The Guitar”

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Leedz Edutainment Presents – The Write Off Vol 3 (Mixtape)

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Leedz Edutainment Presents – The Write Off Vol 3 (Mixtape)

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2011 Most Entertaining Beef

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Muhammad Ali is the Greatest Because He Fought for What He Believed

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By AJ Woodson

Many know Muhammad Ali as The Greatest Of All Time. He may have fought professionally for 21 years, on the world heavyweight title three times and paid a heavy physical price for his labors, but Ali was so much more than that. It still remains an unequivocal point of view that Ali was the most charismatic sportsman of all-time and retains a place in the hearts of millions. Ali was not only one of the greatest to ever lace up a pair of boxing gloves, but an individual who gave up the best years of his career because of a belief. Not just a belief but his belief in God. Which brings to the point of this article; What Superstar Athlete would give up the best years of their career today for a belief. Read more…

NaS Feat. Chrisette Michelle- Can’t Forget About You

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NYC Play Starring Samuel L. Jackson/ Angela Bassett

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SPECIAL SHOWING OF “THE MOUNTAINTOP” STARRING SAMUEL L. JACKSON & ANGELA BASSETT TO BENEFIT NYC’S PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS AND SCHOOLS

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Queens, NY (BlackNews.com) — Local New York residents are being encouraged to support NYC Outward Bound at an upcoming special theater event in memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Birthday at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theater (242 West 45th Street).

“The Mountaintop”, starring actors Samuel L. Jackson and Angela Bassett, is a gripping theatrical experience that reimagines the night before the assassination of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The play was written by Katori Hall, and is directed by Kenny Leon.

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Adé In The Life: Episode 1 – XXL Showcase @ SOB’s NYC

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Categories: The Industry Cosign, Video
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