Need a Mobile App?
We're here to help you create professional mobile applications at no cost to you!
This awesome cake was handcrafted by CEO Custom Cakes in Atlanta, Georgia. If you live in the area and want your own custom cake, you can reach them at CEOCustomCakes.com and on Twitter: @ceocustomcakes ...READ MORE
Ladies, you can only pick one. ...READ MORE
AllHipHop.com reported that recently on Twitter, Shyne the once famed Bad Boy recording artist, decided to jump in and give Kanye a tweet full.
Shyne mentioned on Twitter that Kanye needs to rant on the violence in Chicago as opposed to Ye's recent fashion industry tirades. But it didn't stop there people. Shyne also decided to throw a hardball at President Obama as well. Shyne tweeted that "how Barack Obama is the real jack ass for saying nothing and doing nothing." This clearly wasn't an unprovoked attack on Kanye, if you have been following the news at all for the last few days. Kanye went on a rant during his interview on the Sway show.
Ye was upset that he spent some 13 million dollars of his own money, in an attempt to break down the walls of entry into the fashion industry. Clearly this is not the first time Kanye as decided to speak on injustices, but was this the best platform? Probably not, but lets move on.
Given the condition and level of violence in Chicago, I bel ...READ MORE
Would you like an album from Ferrari F-50 entirely produced by Skateboard P?
We already know that Pharrell's one-time signee Pusha T is adamant about the idea of The Neptunes beatsmith scoring an entire LP for 50 Cent. But Pharrell has never publicly commented on any joint venture of the sort until now.
As part of the outtakes from their recent online cover story, Complex inquired with the Virginia-bred Super Producer how he felt about a potentially locking in on an album with 50 Cent.
Are you more interested in bringing back someone who cooled off, or breaking new talent? Pusha told me, "I want 50 to just get in the studio with Pharrell, just let Pharrell do the whole album."
I would love that. But, you know, he would have to see why that makes sense...for himself. That doesn't mean it makes the ultimate sense, I mean you know, people could read this and be like,
"What?! Ew, no. Don't fuck with Pharrell." You know? I would love to make an album with 50 that felt like a ...READ MORE
Beats Music's streaming service, originally scheduled to go live summer 2012, will finally see the light of day. Ian Rogers, Chief Executive Officer of Beats Music, announced on his blog that the service will launch in January 2014 in the US.
Beats Music bought MOG last year with speculation that they were entering the streaming business. How does Beats Music plan on differentiating itself from its competitors (Spotify, Rdio, iTunes Radio, Deezer, Pandora, Slacker, etc? Curation plays a part but we'll have to wait until January to find out exactly what that means ...READ MORE
Join us for the
FIRST FRIDAY Atlanta "REUNION"
Friday December 6, 2013
At Frank Ski's (2110 Peachtree St. Atlanta, GA 30309)
Click here to get tickets - http://www.firstfridayatlantadec6.eventbrite.co ...READ MORE
1. Nothing in this world is impossible and Mandela makes sure to remind us of that.
"It always seems impossible until it's done."
2. A lot of people find it easy to be pessimistic and think of the negatives that can arise out of a situation. But in this quote, Mandela shows us that thinking positive is the only way to go. The more positive you think, the more positive the outcome will probably be.
"I am fundamentally an optimist. Whether that comes from nature or nurture, I cannot say. Part of being optimistic is keeping one's head pointed toward the sun, one's feet moving forward. There were many dark moments when my faith in humanity was sorely tested, but I would not and could not give myself up to despair. That way lays defeat and death."
3. Living isn't just about doing for yourself, but what you do for others as well.
"For to be free is not merely to cast off one's chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others."
Read the rest on: ...READ MORE
ShamaneMane from the Queendom Pays Tribute To Nelson Mandela
As word spread across my television screen that the great Nelson Mandela was finally at peace after his battle between life and death. I begin to look back on what I learned about him as a youth. If you had a teacher in high school or middle school who taught you more than what you were taught in the history books, you were lucky. And if you had parents or older family members that made it their business to make sure that you weren't ignorant to the world around you, then you were definitely blessed.
While Martin Luther King was fighting for the rights of the African American people here in the United States, Nelson Mandela started his own movement in South Africa to end apartheid. He was inspired by the African American "Equality" movement as we were inspired by the South African "Freedom" movement. A universal civil rights movement of people that had a dream to let freedom ring and screaming "FREE MANDELA!" ...READ MORE