"No One Else" By Anya Dixon
There is no denying who Anya Dixon lives for. She enthusiastically lets us know she lives for God from the very first verse of this upbeat, energetic song. Although Anya is giving a straight forward message, she is delivering it to the listener in a way that draws you in to every lyric. Her energy is fun and inviting, but she never wavers from the fact that she serves God and that He is awesome in her eyes. ...READ MORE
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Fleet Dj Awards
2017 Fleet Dj Awards Voting Ends June 1st
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We lost the legend 7 years ago January 13...tune in as Keja rock some of her favorites!  ...READ MORE
Classic House Part 1! We doing nothing but the classics this week. There are many classics but we will start it off like this for part 1.
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via: https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/djdetroit/episodes/2017-01-13T11_23_58-08_0 ...READ MORE
01. DMX - Bain Iz Back
02. DMX - RAW
03. DMX - Still Scratching ft. Styles P
04. DMX - Datpiff Exclusive
05. DMX - Can't Lose
06. DMX-Don't Play Games
07. DMX - Ain't Nowhere To Hide
Just as he predicted, X did give it to us. The Ruff Ryders rapper just released a new single called either "Bane Iz Back" or "Bain Iz Back," whether you believe DMX is more likely to reference a Batman villain. The track was produced by Swizz Beatz, who worked with DMX on some of the rapper's best known songs, including "Party Up (Up in Here)" and "Ruff Ryders' Anthem
http://www.datpiff.com/DMX-Bain-Iz-Back-mixtape.823172.htm ...READ MORE
Women's March on Washington - January 21st
via: https://blackwomenforpositivechange.wordpress.com/2017/01/11/womens-march-on-washington-january-21st ...READ MORE
Tomorrow, come out to Renaissance afterwork for Old School Tuesdays. This week I will guest DJ alongside DJ Malik Shabazz. We will watch President Obama's Farewell Address on 5 huge screens. Complimentary Food, Complimentary Admission, and after party.
4647 S. King Dr
Chicago, IL 60615
6pm - 2a ...READ MORE
Longtime tri-state area rap bully Ran Reed is here to let every damn wack rapper in earshot know that their days are numbered on his infectious new banger, "Pathetic M.C.'s." And because his harsh words apparently weren't enough to drive that point home, he enlisted one of Hip-Hop's biggest bruisers, Long Island's Bumpy Knuckles, for a guest feature.
As you may expect, the two complement each other perfectly on here as they trade verses overflowing with tough talk and bravado. That goes for whether Bumpy's spitting hilarious lines about being the "U.S.S. O.G.," or Reed is taking down his opponents at the start with: "Rappers ain't rappin' no more, they straight mumblin'/ Give them a year, their career start crumblin'."
Not to be outdone, ...READ MORE