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¡Mayday! feat. Grafh – Afraid of the Dark

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Imam Thug – Chop Suey

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RAMPAGE “RUN-DMC TRIBUTE”

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David E. Talbert’s “What My Husband Doesn’t Know” Fall Tour Begins Today!

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David E. Talbert’s “What My Husband Doesn’t Know” Fall Tour Begins Today!!

Prolific and renowned playwright David E. Talbert opens his highly acclaimed play “What My Husband Doesn’t Know” at the Galliard Auditorium in Charleston, South Carolina today! The play hits the Cobb Energy PAC in Atlanta GA, tomorrow! The all-star cast includes Morris Chestnut, Michelle Williams (Destiny’s Child), Ann Nesby, and Clifton Davis. See all the tour dates below.

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Lena Summer is the envy of all her friends. Big house. Successful husband. It’s the perfect life…or so it seems. But with her husband’s demanding career as a construction mogul, the other side of her bed is too cold too often. When a handsome young foreman from her husband’s company arrives to work on their home, the spark she’s been missing quickly rages into a wildfire. Read more…

D.M.P. “We Ain’t Playin”

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The Bishop is Crossing aka Occupy Your Mind..

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By J-Didda

Occupy Wall Street, Occupy Your Hood, Occupy America & the world.. But first people “Occupy Your Mind”!!

First & foremost, I stand with the “Occupiers” whose movement which started in my hometown NYC is beginning to spread to other cities across the country. Boston, Los Angeles, Boston, Atlanta and other cities are having similar movements.

Critics attack the Occupy Wall Street for its’ lack of “focus” its “lack” of “agenda”, “lack” of a “five point bullet-point presentation”. They proclaim that these are just a bunch of angry “99′s” (of the unemployment variety); a bunch of modern day “hippies”.. (Not hipsters I hate those) They point to the lack of mainstream media coverage.. Even left wing heroes such as Thom Hartman, NorMan GoldMan, Lawrence O’Donnell, Keith Olbermann & Rachel Maddow was late to the party.. As always our so-called black leaders are even more late. (Ebonics..)

The believed problem with Occupy Wall Street is the movement’s lack of a cookie cutter marketing strategy. The limited amount of media attention tries to compare it to the Tea Party Movement, which was nothing more than an elaborate guerilla marketing campaign.. We do the same thing with a new artist we pushing. The corporate media is late to the party because it’s hard for them to define it. (At least that’s their excuse)  The Right knows it’s against them but the “Middle Left” or what I like to call the Progressive panderers is afraid of this movement because it represents the frustrated and disenfranchised segment of their base. Not to mention Wall Street owns all the corporate media outlets. Is there any suprse of the lack of coverage?

So what is the Average person’s problem?
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J-ZONE PENS DEBUT BOOK “ROOT FOR THE VILLAIN: RAP, BULLSH*T and A CELEBRATION OF FAILURE”

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Image Hosted by ImageShack.usYawn. Another book from another musician. Let’s guess: He rose from the depths of hell with his talent and went big time. He changed the face of music and made millions. Yeah, a few drug addiction, arrest, and STD stories are sporadically sprinkled throughout for excitement and authenticity, but at the end of it all, he finished his ride a musical legend. He finally gave up dressing room groupies and nose candy; he currently resides with his wife and the children that aren’t illegitimate in Calabasas, CA.
[Insert snoring]

Who can really relate to that shit besides other successful musicians?

My name is J-Zone. If you actually know who the hell I am, either you listen to way too much rap music, you’re a Tim Dog fan, or you stood outside my distributor’s warehouse the day my CDs and records were destroyed. I was on the hip-hop come-up, then I came down – hard. Splat. Some critical success, incessant praise from pop stars and hip-hop legends alike, and then…abysmal commercial failure. I did tours on Greyhound buses filled with wide-bodied, Jheri curled women and knife-wielding gang members. I witnessed my life-long passion for music dissolve in 12 hours and my final album sell a whopping 47 copies in its first month for sale. I left my little-known spot in a small, niche quadrant of the hip-hop world and joined my fellow overqualified stiffs with useless college degrees in the world of dead end jobs. For some sick reason, I find all of the above hilarious and have made an omelette out of any egg that wound up on my face. Read more…

Ameer – “I WILL..” Freestyle…

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October Is National Dental Hygiene Month: Dentist Says, Despite The Economy, “Oral Healthcare Can’t Wait”

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– New York City Celebrity Dentist and Author Dr. Catrise Austin is Conducting a Local Awareness Campaign During October’s National Dental Hygiene Month to Warn Consumers About The Risks of Putting Off Dental Checkups and Treatment. –


Dentist, Author, HIV advocate Dr. Catrise Austin

– October is National Dental Hygiene Month and Celebrity Dentist and author Dr. Catrise Austin of VIP Smiles in New York City is launching a local consumer awareness campaign to alert residents of the New York/Tri-State community about the potential risks of postponing dental appointments and neglecting their oral health.

Dr. Austin’s Oral Healthcare Can’t Wait(TM) Campaign is a local component of a national awareness initiative sponsored by The Dental Trade Alliance (DTA), a nonprofit trade association representing leading dental manufacturers, distributors, and laboratorie

According to Dr. Catrise Austin, “There’s no denying that the last 3 years have been tough financially for many Americans across the nation including New York residents. The current economic climate is causing many people to either postpone the dental treatment plans recommended by their dentists, or to put off dental visits altogether. Unfortunately, there are long-term health risks associated with postponing oral care.”

Some of the health risks that Dr. Austin is referring to include the following: Read more…

Dana Says – Tana Says Ep 2 : Pt. 2

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Young Jeezy – Chickens No Flour

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