There has been a lot of talk about Black ownership and financial freedom sparked from the Damon Dash interview he did on The Breakfast Club. It set off a firestorm on social media some people being inspired and some comical moments with the hashtag #TweetLikeDameDash. With all of that said Dame brought up some good topics and Dr Boyce Watkins helped to bring some perspective to the conversation. He has a PhD in finance and owns his own business Financial Juneteenth. Dr Boyce discussed obstacles like Racism & White Supremacy that play a part in blacks becoming financially independent. He does not make excuses though and agrees with Dame Dash in regards to Black Men & Women having the be their own Boss mindset. Overall it is a great discussion between Angela Yee, Envy, Charlagmagne & Dr Boyce Watkins a breath of fresh air rather than mindless gossip talk.
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There has been a lot of talk lately about the word Nigga, Nigger, the N word whatever you want to call it. Discussions have been taken place on cable channels with whites and blacks discussing who can use the word what context it should be used in etc. Not to mention recent chants by college fraternity students at the University of Oklahoma where they made disgusting derogatory chants about hanging black people from trees. Well Zo Williams took the time on his Zo What show to tackle the word from the inside out. He went back to the true origin of the word and discussed ways that we have given it power and other ways where we might not know the power the word holds. Zo also had his co host Geoff Brown, along with guests Bobby Glanton, Corey Holcomb, and Freez Luv. I think you will be informed and surprised after watching this thought provoking episode.
Well it is finally happening the long awaited feature length film of Entourage is coming to theaters June 2015. The movie is based on the hit series that was on HBO with all of the guys Adrian Grenier, Kevin Connolly, Jerry Ferrara, Kevin Dillon and Jeremy Piven from the original show. For years after the series ended on cable a movie was rumored but never materialized but it is really going to happen. Here is the first trailer and it should entice you to hit the theaters in June. So if you watched the series back in the day Entourage was known for their guest cameos and the movie keeps that tradition. There are guest spots from all walks of life in the entertainment world Sports, Comedy, Film, Music, and Acting. Let me just give you a quick rundown of some of the names Calvin Harris, Jessica Alba, Russell Wilson, Liam Neeson, Ronda Rousey, Pharrell, Andrew Dice Clay, Warren Buffee, Tom Brady, and T.I. With this being the first trailer I am sure that many more cameos will be in the film as well. So get ready we might have our first Summer Blockbuster of 2015!
Out of New Jersey many have emcees and hustlers have stepped to the plate and some have succeeded but many have passed. What are these youngins' dying for? This music game is no joke but real life is the truth when it comes to pain and celebration. Life is short they say and a song lasts about 3 mins but people are dying for that 15 minutes of fame. Sam Black raps with his partner about the real life that young block boys, hustlers and want-to-be bosses are dealing with. Sam Black make a very valid point and something I have been saying for years, "90% of you youngins MFers nobody ever brought ya'll in, ya'll don't have any OGs sitting you down and coaching ya'll through the real shit." These cats are really putting their heart and story into this "451" Project which for some reason most don't take the time and energy to do. Artists are so quick to just make a song, post it on youtube or soundcloud and expect it to blow it. But there is no story or effort put into creating it. Some of the best albums have something behind them, a story or triumph but mostly struggle. Death changes everything... it either makes you numb or makes you run. Wake up and realize life is meaningful, life is deep and if you are going to die for something die for a reason that is worth LIVING for. Coming Soon: "451"