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Hold Me Down Muzic and SINN present "Who's Ridin" Tour coming to a city near you this fall-winter. As a pre-tour warm up SINN releases an exclusive compilation, available now for digital streaming and purchase.
"Best of SINN" highlights the 20-year music vet's fan favorites and chart toppers. The selection of records displays his versatility as an artist, songwriter, and producer. SINN offers listeners perfected cadences of raw lyrics, smooth tracks, and storytelling that brings awareness to Domestic Violence and other causes. "The Ryder King", never neglecting his biker fan base, includes worldwide hit singles "Who's Ridin" and "I'm an Outlaw."
OneUnited Bank, the largest Black-owned bank in the country, has released the Justice Visa ATM/ Debit Card featuring on its face a young Black woman wearing locks with her fist out in solidarity. The artwork was created by internationally celebrated muralist Addonis Parker, and was designed to bring awareness to the Trump Administration's immigration policies that affect countries like Jamaica, Haiti, Trinidad, Barbados, and all African nations
The motivation behind the card
The debit card was designed to bring attention to how much immigrants contribute to the American economy. In fact, a recent internal study by the Department of Health and Human Services found that immigrants brought in $63 billion more in government revenues than they cost the government.
A 2017 paper by Evans and Fitzgerald, "The Economic and Social Outcomes of Refugees in the United States: Evidence from the ACS" found that immigrants pay $21,000 more in taxes than they receive in benefits. Immigrants are also linked to greater invention and innovation in the U.S.
Even more, according to a recent report by the National Foundation for American Policy, "immigrants have started more than half (44 of 87) of America's startup companies valued at $1 billion dollars or more." For many immigrants, business ownership is part of their cultural DNA. Recent studies, including "Achieving the American Dream: Cultural Distance, Cultural Diversity and Economic Performance," show that immigrants overcome cultural differences and achieve economic success over time, especially in environments that are open to diversity and ready to accept their talents.
Supporting the community
OneUnited Bank has long been a supporter of social issues that affect the African American community. They are supporters of Black Lives Matter, the #BlackMoneyMatters movement, and also sponsor events such as the upcoming We Buy Black convention in Atlanta, GA in November 2018.
A hard working hustler born & raised in Lubbock,TX with musical influences from 50cent, Z-Ro, Pimp C, B.o.B. & Drake this West Texas spitter separates himself with distinct baritone vocals similar 2 the late great Barry White. He displays roughly-smooth lyrics, an electric "free" style approach & all-around street perspective over stunning production on his mixtape "#ThaRawLife" vol.1 which is explained to be real, rough & artistically free. This multi-talented rapper is sure 2 catch the ears of true music consumers not only locally but nationwide.
The Pusha T and Drake saga continues. As we all know over the summer the two exchanged some words over diss tracks. However, things took a turn when Pusha T revealed that Drake is a father.
Drake would later go on to confirm the news on his latest album "Scorpion."
It was believed that Kanye West was the one who leaked the info to Pusha T, and Drake reiterated his beliefs in Kanye's involvement on the latest episode of LeBron James' HBO show "The Shop."
According to XXL, on a recent episode of The Joe Budden podcast, Pusha T revealed that the information, in fact, came from Drake's close friend and producer Noah "40" Shebib.
He said, "The information came from [Noah '40' Shebib]. It didn't come from Kanye, at all. 40 is sleeping with a woman who begins to, you know, he talks to her daily, five, six hours a day, provides opportunity for her and ultimately speaks on how he's disgruntled about certain things, notoriety and things involving Drake and his career. So on and so forth. With that also came the fact that Drake has a child."
In a recent episode of "The Shop" Drake said, "I'm in Wyoming, I play [Kanye] 'March 14.' I send him a picture of my son. I tell him I'm having trouble with my son's mother. We have a conversation."
According to Billboard, Pusha T revealed his source and said, "Only reason I'm here now, for real for real, is because [Drake] was so passionate about the MS thing. And they did the backlight and they put the spotlight on his face, 'When you said my friend,' but your friend is the reason why. That's how it came about. That narrative's gotta die. Listen, it needs to die. It's done. That narrative is done
#KobeBryant, who will always go down as one of the greatest basketball players of all time, dipped and dabbled into the film industry to make history in that realm as well.
If y'all remember, he recently won an Academy Award for his "Dear Basketball" short film.
Kobe was part of an animated film festival jury in L.A., but not anymore since he got kicked off due to allegations from his 2003 rape case resurfacing.
The head of Animation Is Film said, "After discussions with the various stakeholders of Animation Is Film, the decision has been made to remove Kobe Bryant from the 2018 jury"
This all happened in the midst of a petition on Change.org asking that #Kobe be completely removed from the panel.
The petition, which only had over 150 signatures read, "This is an urgent time to say NO to toxic and violent behavior against women...Keeping Kobe Bryant on the jury sets a precedent of lenience for sexual criminals and further undermines the visibility and respect that victims of harassment and assault deserve."