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Just Brittany is a 3x Billboard charting recording artist, actress and model from Houston, TX. She broke through the music scene in 2009 with the smash hit "Call Me 4 Dat Good", "Color" and "Slumber Party" which all hit Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs charts in 2010.
Born in Houston's 5th Ward, Just Brittany was lovingly raised between two households. She performed academically well in school with straight As and making the Dean's list on several occasions. After graduating valedictorian of her class, she began to pursue her ultimate career goals in music.
In 2009, her first smash hit "Call Me For That Good", written by The Narrators, hit the airwaves and resulted in her first recording contract with Cash Money Records. Her first EP "Not Just A Pretty Face" shortly followed which included the hit singles "Color" and "Slumber Party" which also hit Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs charts in 2010.
Since her release from Cash Money in 2012, she has released two highly succe ...READ MORE
Here's a mix I recorded live several weeks ago at Red's The New Generation in Chicago. You can hear me live every 1st & 3rd Wednesday.
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Half-Japanese and half African-American, 20 year old Miss Nagasaki Ariana Miyamoto, is the first-ever mixed-race Miss Universe Japan and is facing criticism for not being Japanese enough. In Japan the tipical standard of beauty is pure white skin. "I want to tell the world, even a half-Japanese can represent Japan," Miyamoto says. Competing in the Miss Universe pageant in January she faces adversity as many feel that she does not look Japenese.
In America we've already have come a long way and in some instances paved our own lane to our define beauty, be it on T.V., magazines, or movies. I understand every country or group of people moves at its own pace but she's diversifying the standard of beauty in Japan just as many have struggled to do in America or the world. I wish her luck on her road to Miss Universe even though she's already earned her place in history!
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Grab the passports to your tympanic membranes and get ready to go down under to Perth, Australia.
This week we bring to you an international duo named AKD & Deepstar.
They just released a new album titled Universal Language on the indie label Monad Records.
This joint is heavy with the essence of hip hop and features some golden era favorites such as Master Ace, Sadat X and new buzzworthy artist Rapsody.
What you get is relatable music, dope production and all around banging quality. Give them a burl, peep the visuals and be sure to support our Aussie brothers.
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According to BMI, As of March 6, 2015, it's official and no longer at the discretion of the various airlines. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, musicians who board planes must be allowed to carry on their instruments provided they fit in the overhead bin. If this space isn't large enough, the musician is also permitted to purchase a second seat in which to stow their musical companion. One caveat: the airlines don't have to prioritize musical instruments ahead of any other carry-on luggage, so if the bins are full, you'll still have to check your instrument at the gate. To remedy this, the DoT suggests that musicians may want to pay the airline's fee for priority boarding to ensure that there will be room for their gear.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) recommends:
A post on my Facebook timeline caught my attention today. Unfortunately, nothing abnormal or incredibly shocking but worth discussing for the moment. So, I have the feeling that I won't be long with this one.
Here are the obvious facts:
1. Bobby Shmurda "and his Brooklyn gang associates were busted in (December) on charges of weapons possession and conspiracy to traffic narcotics", which has him facing 25 years in prison.
2. Being signed to L.A. Reid's label, there is an assumption that Reid should provide $2 million dollars in proposed bail funds.
3. The social media climate (i.e. the "new" streets) suggests that this is bad practice by the record label.
4. Some masked man has recorded himself threatening L.A. Reid's life because of the mogul's alleged lack of support.
So, now that you're caught up, here's my take on who is to blame:
EVERYONE IS AT FAULT!
First, what happened to "good" music?!?!? That song, "Hot N_____", sucks! One of the worst songs I've ev ...READ MORE
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March 23, 2015
BEENIE MAN AND AZAELIA BANKS JOIN R. CITY AKA ROCK CITY ON "I'M THAT" REMIX
(Atlanta, GA) Virgin Island singer/songwriting duo R. City aka Rock City released their debut single "I'm That" (Kemosabe/RCA) before the close of 2014. The street single initially featured Atlanta native 2Chainz, and the video depicting the boys native St Thomas Virgin Islands become a viral hit, boasting over a million views on VEVO. The original track was inspired by Beenie Man's "Sim Simma", so brothers Timothy and Theron jumped at the chance to add the reggae star himself. Beenie Man is joined by hip-hop's most controversial female emcee and Playboy's newest cover model Azealia Banks. Beenie Man brings his well known Caribbean sound gelling perfectly with the hard club beat, offering a more reggae-inspired version of t ...READ MORE
Think back to when you were a small child. Do you remember the joy of spinning in circles? Think about how free, fun, and exciting it felt...that is until you tried to stop. When it came time to stop you found that you were dizzy and the end result was usually a fall.
When I got a little older, I began to study dance. Turns known as pirouettes or chaines (pronounced she-nay) were an important part of the curriculum. I always wondered how the beautiful ballerinas on TV would spin and spin and never fall out. Well, in dance class we learned that when you turn you have to do what they call spotting. This means picking a stationary spot in the distance or on a wall and spinning your head around to focus on that place in between every turn. Not only does this help to avoid dizziness and falling, but it also helps you to turn along a straight path or in one direction.
With all of the travel and work I've been doing lately I found myself feeling out of balance. Just as the intense tra ...READ MORE
Detroit is known for their Soulful Acts who make Soulful music. Â This testament is not only for the Motown days you could attribute it to the current acts making Hip Hop from that 313. Â Black Milk is a MC/Producer who is keeping up this tradition I guess? Â Okay there is no reason to guess that is just the name of this new hot track Black has dropped "I Guess" that exhibits his skills as a dope emcee and producer. Â Right now Black Milk is on tour with the live band Nat Turner and he will be in Atlanta March ...READ MORE