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Mama Luke: 2012 Tell-A-Friend (Hip-Hop’s Televised Fight Against Breast Cancer)

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ROLAND MARTIN DECLARES PRESIDENT OBAMA WINNER OF SECOND PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE

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ROLAND MARTIN DECLARES PRESIDENT OBAMA WINNER OF SECOND PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE

Roland on Set 

Political analyst and Washington Watch hostRoland Martin cites President Obama the clear winner in Tuesday night’s second presidential debate.

“The President walked in with a totally different attitude than he had the previous week,” said Martin. “Mitt Romney tried to stand up and get in his face. The president basically laughed it off. He was very effective at turning away from Romney and turning back to the voters to answer their questions.”

While providing debate analysis with Jeff Johnson on BLIS.FM, Martin shared the following updates via Twitter and Facebook: Read more…

Neako Reveals Artwork & Track List for These Are The Times

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Journalist 103 f/Freeway “Danger”

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Shaq and Comedian Capone Compare Women and Crack Jokes on #SwayInTheMorning

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Journalist 103 Releases Solo-Debut, ‘Reporting Live,’ On 10-30 f/Freeway, Saigon

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Image Hosted by ImageShack.us“REPORTING LIVE” FEATURES APPEARANCES FROM FREEWAY, SAIGON, FASHAWN & ETERNIA WITH PRODUCTION FROM ODDISEE,  SNOWGOONS, APOLLO BROWN & THE AUDIBLE DOCTOR

Honing in on the modern man’s struggle, Journalist 103 uses his words to paint vivid pictures of peril, inspiration and overcoming hardship.  As the lyricist behind The Left’s critically acclaimed 2010 opus, Gas Mask, Journalist maneuvered through obscurity and rose to infamy as one of Detroit’s most celebrated narrators.  Throughout the years, he has shared the mic with legends such as Kool G Rap and even lent his voice to the opening track on Proof’s out-of-print Detroit classic and now collector’s item, Electric Coolaid Acid Testing. Read more…

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