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Garrison Elijaah - Money Addiction (Prod.Aaron May)

   

Returning with a "Money Addiction", Minnesota artist Garrison Elijaah drops his first record since his last six track EP "Not Today, Satan".
 
Garrison is painting a vivid picture from the outside looking in, A true yet soul touching story over the bounce heavy production by "Aaron May" this time around.
 

Speaking about the struggles of a man with major ambition to make money by any means while facing the road blocks placed in front of him in the process. 
 



via: https://stateofhip-hop.com/garrison-elijaah-money-addiction-prod-aaron-may


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Sadat X & El Da Sensei «Powermoves» Official Music Video

   

 

Boom! Sadat X and El Da Sensei are back with the brand new single PowerMoves off their latest album XL. Produced by DJ Scienz, Power Moves is that driving song and now video, that pushes the envelope and screams loud why they are still here and relevant at that! Only moves to be made are PowerMoves!

Sadat X & El Da Sensei Present XL is available on vinyl, cassette tape and digital formats.

 

Vinyl: https://bit.ly/2NWa1zc

Tape: https://bit.ly/2EdNpGI

Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2OhrT7P

Apple Music: https://apple.co/2MGPmuc

iTunes: https://apple.co/2MEJxxH

Amazon: https://amzn.to/2R3Uc8B

 

 



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BENJI STONE - THINKIN OUT LOUD | @benji_stone_

   

BENJI STONE - THINKIN OUT LOUD | @benji_stone_



Daily Bread Entertainment CEO Benji Stone's second mixtape effort "Thinkin' Out Loud" is keeping the same energy of diversity as his debut Mixtape "Yo Beat Aint Safe" but this project from front to back has completely original production. You can instantly hear the growth on the title track "Thinkin' Out Loud" which was the perfect way to start off the project. Benji still keeps it hood on tracks like "Call It How I See It", and "Timin'" as well as an ode to his neighborhood and a shout out to westcoast legend "WC"(also from the same neighborhood) on "Like Dub C". He then smoothly transitions to more uptempo turn up tracks like ; "ICU", About A B**%h and "Add To The Bag". The tape culminates with more thought provoking and complex songs like; "Lead Us Not" (feat. Jet Life signee Black Cobain) and "In The Event". After listening to this body of work, from beat selection to song placement down to the skits, you immediately get album vibes. Overall this project shows the potential Benji Stone has to keep up with the best in the business. The sky is just the beginning.

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Download on datpiff http://www.datpiff.com/Benji-Stone-Thinkin-Out-Loud-mixtape.927383.html

Listen to Thinkin' Out Loud by Benji Stone #np on #SoundCloud

https://soundcloud.com/rich-rxollin-stone/sets/thinkin-out-loud



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Jugg House Bandits - Part My Ways | @hd_bandit

   

Jugg House Bandits - Part My Ways | @hd_bandit



HD Bandit drops his latest visual on YouTube check it out above and also click the image above to check out his official soundcloud and give him a follow on his social media listed below.

Follow on Instagram @hd_bandit

Follow on Twitter @JHBandit_HD

via: https://stateofhip-hop.com/jugg-house-bandits-part-my-ways-hd_bandit


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3 Successful Black Comic Book Creators You Should Know

   

3 Successful Black Comic Book Creators You Should Know



 

Black Panther broke down barriers last year when it hit theaters, earning a billion dollars at the box office and landing a best picture nomination for the 2019 Oscars. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse was another film that received critical praise after successfully introducing a Black Spider-Man to the masses. However, despite all the recent success of these two Black-led superhero films, comic book writers of color are still scarce across the medium.

 

While representation within the comic book world at large has improved, there's still a lot of room for growth within the industry. Just three years ago, Marvel Comics credits were overwhelmingly white-only 6% of their credits were Black. The same circumstances go for DC Comics (1%) and Image Comics (4.6%) as well.

Since there are still very few Black comic book creators, it's important to highlight those who have made it. Check out a few of the successful Black comic book creators who have made a name for themselves within the industry.

Christopher Priest
Priest was the first Black editor and writer in the comic book industry. Throughout his prolific career, one which spans over three decades, he has written for Marvel, DC, and Valiant Entertainment. Priest has scribed for iconic characters like Black Panther, Deathstroke, Green Lantern, and the Justice League. He continues to be a major voice in the comic book industry today, consistently pushing for more diversity.

Ta-Nehisi Coates
Before entering the comic book industry, Coates was already a well-known journalist and best-selling author. Coates would later add comic book writer to his resume when he took over Marvel Comics' Black Panther in 2016. Since then, Coates has scripted various Black Panther spin-off titles and recently tackled Captain America.

Dwayne McDuffie
In 1993, McDuffie founded Milestone Media with other African-American writers; they would go on to become one of the most successful minority-owned comic book companies. Under Milestone, McDuffie helped create Black superheroes such as Static, Icon, and Hardware. McDuffie also created the animated Static Shock television series and wrote several other animated superhero shows during his career. McDuffie will forever be considered one of the most successful black comic book creators in history thanks to his dedication to bringing diversity into the world of comic books.

via: https://stateofhip-hop.com/3-successful-black-comic-book-creators-you-should-know


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5 Famous Black Athletes Turned Entrepreneurs

   

5 Famous Black Athletes Turned Entrepreneurs



 

Although professional athletes are known for having one of the highest paying professions in the world, this doesn't stop many of them from pursuing entrepreneurial endeavors. In fact, a few of these athletes end up making more from their business ventures than from their time as an athlete.

Learn more about a few notable Black athletes turned entrepreneurs who've made the most of their careers:

Michael Jordan
Michael Jordan is one of the most successful and recognizable athletes of all time. Not only was he the first NBA player to become a billionaire, he's also only the third Black American basketball player to reach this feat. On top of acting as current chairman and majority owner of the Charlotte Hornets, the hall of famer has also made his fortune through partnerships with brands such as Nike, Gatorade, Hanes, and Coca-Cola. However, Jordan earns most of his money from Nike's Jordan Brand, which after launching in 1997, has become one of the most popular sports brands in the world.

LeBron James
Currently playing for the Los Angeles Laker's, this NBA superstar has a wide endorsement portfolio which includes brands such as Nike, Cola-Cola, Beats by Dre, and Kia Motors. In fact, his Nike signature shoes are the highest selling sneaker among current NBA players. James also recently entered the entertainment industry, launching SpringHill Entertainment and Uninterrupted media. Another notable investment James has made over the years is his acquired stake in Liverpool Football Club, which is now reportedly worth $32 million.

Venus Williams
Venus Williams is a seven-time Grand Slam tennis champion who has made some powerful investments over the years. She is the founder and CEO of the clothing brand EleVen, as well as an interior design company V Starr Interiors. Williams has also invested in Ellevest, an app that empowers women to invest their money and helps them save from retirement. However, it doesn't end there. Williams is also part-owner of the Miami Dolphins, alongside her sister Serena. And on top of that, she also has a best-selling book, plus endorsement deals with companies such as Electronic Arts, Wilson Sporting Goods, and Kraft.

George Foreman
The former heavyweight champion may be one of the most notable Black athletes turned entrepreneurs thanks to George Foreman Grills. Since 1994, he's sold over 100 million grills worldwide; the grill earnings actually turned out to make him more money than his boxing career did. Foreman went on to sell the marketing rights for the grills in 1999 for $137 million. But he didn't stop there. He has also started his own clothing line (Casual Male) as well as a line of cleaning products (Knockout).

Magic Johnson
The Los Angeles Lakers legend has had many successful entrepreneurial endeavors since retiring from the NBA. As the acting CEO of Magic Johnson Enterprises, not only does Johnson invest his fortune, he also donates it. Over the years Magic Johnson has donated millions to organizations which support the HIV/AIDS community. As for his investments, Johnson purchased the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2012 in a $2 billion deal. He is also an owner of MLS' Los Angeles Football Club, an investor in The Marvel Experience, and still maintains a partnership with brands such as Burger King and Sodexho.

via: https://stateofhip-hop.com/5-famous-black-athletes-turned-entrepreneurs


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The Common Sense Experience is the only show where you'll hear topics not talked about on other shows. It's unfiltered and unapologetic. Join Amir, Chuck, and Pete each week as they delve into difficult topics such as politics, racism, conspiracy theories, economics and much more!

 

Listen to "TCSE #89 R.Kelly Situation, Cynotia Brown Granted Clemency" on Spreaker.

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