This Tuesday DJ Dollar will be on AIR bringing you good music! Join the action on #TURNTUPTUESDAY anywhere on @Power909FM (free app or at power909.com) from
5-6pm EST (Ghana 9-10PM)
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NBC has severed all projects with the presidential candidate after his prejudice remarks about Mexican immigrants during his announcement to run for president. The network will no longer air the 'Miss USA' or 'Miss Universe' Pageants. Trump confirmed that he will no longer be appearing on 'The Apprentice'. NBC confirmed that 'Celebrity Apprentice' will continue without him. Univision was first to drop the Pageants, a move that prompted Trump to ban all Univision employees from any Trump properties.
Bravo NBC Universal for standing for what's right! His remarks were despicable, calling a whole race of people murderers and rapists. I believe in freedom of speech but you can not blame a network like Univision from pulling out of a deal with a man who made statements that offends all Latinos. You know those lawsuits are coming though and a contracts a contract, hopefully a judge would see the remarks damning against the networks and their brands...not quite as damning to Trumps presid ...READ MORE
R. City, a Caribbean pop duo hailing from Saint Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, are the latest signees to Dr. Luke's Kemosabe imprint (part of RCA Records), Doctor Luke is the producer of the sounds-like-a-summer-hit track "Locked Away" - alongside buddy Cirkut.
R. City, formerly known as Rock City, are known for delivering hits for Billboard's A-list such as Usher, Fergie, Ciara etc. In fact the duo was responsible for Miley Cyrus's monster hit, "We Can't Stop" along with Rihanna's "Pour it Up just to name a few.
"Locked Away" is a radio-friendly song that sees Adam Levine singing the 'Payphone'-esque piano-driven chorus asking his beloved the age old question: "If I got locked away / Tell me honestly would you still love me the same?", and R. City filling in the storyline via their Caribbean influenced style.
You'll want to listen to the new hit "Locked Away" on YouTube (available
now on iTunes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQY9BZBrZds
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Yesterday I took my nephew swimming. While he was in the pool playing basketball, I noticed that he was trying to keep the ball to himself, use it as a flotation device, and that he would get upset when the other boys in the pool would try to get the ball.
I called him over to talk about it and explained to him that the ball was there so that everyone could play basketball and that it was meant for sharing. We got into a little debate because he said that the he wasn't trying to use it for flotation, he just wanted to shoot the ball and the boys kept trying to take it from him.
I reminded him of a previous conversation that he initiated where he shared with me that sometimes people are jerks to him, but he knows that it is because he does things to annoy them. During that conversation I explained that it's not cool for people to be a jerk toward him, but I was proud of him for taking responsibility by recognizing his part in the treatment and how his behavior might have affecte ...READ MORE
Proud Blacktopian citizen Tammy Thomas loves to wear BB Flawless Foundation by Younique! Tammy Thomas looks like a star and you can twinkle and sparkle just as bright as Tammy with BB Flawless Foundation by Younique Presenter Jaime Staine. Go to the link provided below to purchase it for yourself.
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Brand new black & white video directed by Philly Fly Boy for T.I.'s latest single 'Project Steps.' Definitely diggin' this song produced by Mars of the L.A. based production team & band "1500 or Nothin". Detroit representer Trick Trick is among a few of the cameos that appear in this video which undoubtedly includes some of T.I.'s Hustle Gang crew.Â The song reminds ...READ MORE
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A few days ago, back on Thursday June 25th Blacktopia Round Table Talk Radio had a special "Dirty Thirsty Thursday" edition with hosts Some Guy Named Jay, and Elizabeth the Great along with special moderator Meichell T. Jackson and featured panelist Buddy Hall and John Huey. During the special session the panel and callers had a discussion about the new smart condom, shaving, oral sex and a few other mature topics. If you would like to hear a playback of the show just clic ...READ MORE
The 2015 ASCAP Rhythm and Soul Awards honored Singer Lauryn Hill, Producer Timbaland, Singer/Songwriter Jeremih, and more for their achievements in music. The 28th Rhythm and Soul Awards was held at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills, CA and Photographer Aaron J. was there to bring you the red carpet photos. See some of the celebrity and honoree pics here and check out more from this event and others at http://RedCarpetImages.net!
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WRFG 89.3 FM is not your ordinary radio station. We are independent, non-commercial, working-class radio for the 99%. Based in Atlanta, Georgia (but streaming worldwide at www.wrfg.org and available on the WRFG and TuneIn apps for smartphones), our mission is to provide a platform for people and ideas that lack free and open access to the broadcast media, including those who suffer oppression and exploitation based on class, sex, race, age, creed, sexual orientation or immigrant status.
WRFG has always relied for funding on our dedicated listeners, either through our on-air pledge drives or the various events we host each year. But, like so many of the workers and families who depend on us for news and information relevant to their lives, we, too, have been hit hard by today's economy. We need your help.
For 42 years, WRFG 89.3 FM has been untouched by the hand of commercial greed, leaving us f ...READ MORE
You are fortunate to live in a world where there are things you can change and things you cannot. Both have much value.
The things you can change can enable you to create, to achieve, to express yourself, and to improve the world in which you live. The things you cannot change give you the opportunity to grow stronger, to develop real wisdom, patience, acceptance, flexibility and effectiveness.
There is much you can learn from the things you cannot change. And there are countless ways to positively apply that learning toward the things you can change.
Remember there will always be things that you can change, and there are things that you cannot change.
The things you cannot change give you a base from which to work. The things you can change give you an ever-increasing world of possibilities.
When you accept what you cannot change and find positive ways to deal with it, you lay the groundwork for success. When you understand what you can change and find positive ways to p ...READ MORE