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A Miami Legend DJ Uncle Al

A Miami Legend DJ Uncle Al

DJ Uncle Al, born Albert Leroy Moss on August 14, 1969, in Miami, Florida, was a pioneering DJ and influential figure in the Miami bass and hip-hop scenes. Known for his energetic style, innovative mixes, and dedication to his community, DJ Uncle Al left an indelible mark on the music industry and the lives of those he touched through his work.
Early Life and CareerGrowing up in Miami's vibrant and culturally diverse environment, DJ Uncle Al developed a passion for music at an early age. He started his career in the mid-1980s, during a time when Miami bassa high-energy, bass-heavy style of hip-hopwas gaining popularity. His unique ability to blend various genres, including hip-hop, reggae, and dancehall, quickly set him apart from his peers.
Rise to FameDJ Uncle Al became a household name in Miami through his dynamic DJ sets and his popular radio shows on local stations like WEDR 99 Jamz and Mixx 96. His shows, which often featured live mixing and freestyle sessions, became essential listening for fans of Miami bass and hip-hop. He was known for his catchphrase, "Let the bass blow your mind," which encapsulated the essence of his high-energy performances.
Contributions to Miami Bass and Hip-HopAs a producer, DJ Uncle Al played a crucial role in shaping the sound of Miami bass. He worked with numerous artists and released several successful tracks that became anthems in the Miami music scene. His influence extended beyond music production; he was instrumental in promoting local talent and providing a platform for up-and-coming artists through his radio shows and live events.
Community ImpactDJ Uncle Al was deeply committed to his community and used his influence to promote positive messages and initiatives. He was known for organizing and participating in events that aimed to reduce violence and uplift the youth in Miami. His annual "Peace in the Hood" block parties were particularly popular, bringing together residents for a day of music, fun, and community solidarity.
Tragic Death and LegacyTragically, DJ Uncle Al's life was cut short when he was shot and killed on September 10, 2001, at the age of 32. His untimely death was a significant loss to the Miami music scene and the community he served. In the wake of his passing, numerous tributes and memorials were held in his honor, underscoring the profound impact he had on those around him.
DJ Uncle Al's legacy lives on through his contributions to music and his positive influence on the Miami community. His innovative mixes, memorable performances, and unwavering commitment to using music as a force for good continue to inspire DJs and artists. Today, DJ Uncle Al is remembered as a trailblazer in Miami bass and hip-hop, a community leader, and a beloved figure whose spirit and dedication remain influential

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I hope y'all paying attention God is speaking to us

I hope y'all paying attention God is speaking to us ??He spared #45 life just for this reason?? He gave #46 covid-19 so He could step down?? and the vice president step in?? God has a plan for the United States of America & 45 and 46 is not included in God's plan ??
Now we just need every woman's right group every mother and every real father to step in and turn out to them voting polls let's make history @ the poles?? the biggest voter outcome in United States history ???
We need to hit the post three times harder than we did for Obama I wish Michelle Obama will be her running mate???
We had 46 presidents let's make a woman the next president of the United States she can't do no work sir then the previous 46 have done maybe she will be finally the president United States of America needs for the people by the people about the people ????????????????????????
Remember he only beat Hillary Clinton by a little bit ???? now is our chance to make it right ??
With a Landslide overwhelming voting numbers turn out we can do this we can finally put this left wing right wing the bed and get the head of the bird to control the wings ???????????????

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And Music History Ain't No Stopping Us Now Want A R&B's Legendary Songs

"Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now" is a 1979 disco song performed by American R&B duo McFadden & Whitehead, from their debut album McFadden & Whitehead. They wrote and produced the song along with keyboard player Jerry Cohen.

"Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now" is about succeeding despite having faced previous disadvantages ("so many things that held us down"). It was widely interpreted to be about the experience of the African American community, and after attaining popularity, became referred to as "the new black national anthem" (the original being the 1900 song "Lift Every Voice and Sing").

Kelefa Sanneh noted the song was, "an exuberant number often interpreted as an expression of Black pride", but also that the authors of the song were in a dispute over royalties with their record label Philadelphia International. Whitehead said, "If anything, the song was a declaration of our independence from Gamble.

Despite being seen as social commentary, in an interview conducted by Philadelphia video producer Bob Lott, Whitehead and McFadden revealed that the song was actually about their frustration with Philadelphia International owners Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, who for many years preferred that they remain as house songwriters and not performers. Gamble has confirmed that upon first hearing "Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now", he tried unsuccessfully to convince McFadden and Whitehead to give the song to the O'Jays, as he felt it was better to write and produce for the prominent recording artists of the day than to try to compete with them as on-stage performers.

This song features a female chorus in the repeated refrain. Electronic beeping feedback sounds are heard towards the ending of the longer version of the song.

Released as the lead single from the album, the song spent a week at number one on the R&B singles chart. It also proved to be a successful crossover hit, peaking at number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100. The single also made it to number 10 on the disco charts, and reached number 5 in the UK. It eventually went double Platinum for selling 2 million copies

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Irv Gotti is being sued in a Miami court for alleged sexual assault and abuse that occurred over the course of two years.

According to a complaint viewed by HipHopDX, a woman identified only as Jane Doe filed a lawsuit in Miami-Dade on July 11 accusing Gotti (real name Irving Domingo Lorenzo) of sexually assaulting and abusing her on several occasions from 2020 to 2022 in Saint Martin, Miami and Atlanta.

The suit seeks a trial by jury.

Among the accusations, Doe alleges Gotti coerced her into having sex with him as soon as they arrived to Saint Martin in 2020 - a trip they took just after meeting at a poker tournament. He threatened to send her home if she didn't, and "due to his power and influence in the music world, she complied," the suit reads.

They then reportedly began dating for two years, during which Doe "suffered constant abuse." Amid the split, the suit alleges Gotti slandered her to his "vast social network in and around Los Angeles," leaving her fearful to leave home.

"As a result of this sexually abusive relationship, Plaintiff has suffered severe emotional and psychological harm for which she had to be committed to a psychiatric ward," the lawsuit reads. "These injuries continue and affect Plaintiff to this day."

50 Cent was quick to share the news about his longtime nemesis to Instagram. With a screenshot of the report on Tuesday (July 16), Fif included a summary of the situation and added: "Oh no [eyes wide emoji] The legal fee's are gonna break his ass in half, he ain't got no money. Welp that all folks."

50 Cent seems to never miss an opportunity to poke fun at Irv Gotti. Back in 2023, the G-Unit mogul poked fun at Irv amid news that Nelly and Ashanti may be back "on again" after so many years apart.

50 shared a video of the pair sharing a steamy moment onstage at Tao Beach in Las Vegas in an Instagram post, next to a picture of Irv looking a little worse for wear - implying that the Murder Inc. co-founder was shell-shocked about the romantic reunion.

"Man, somebody check on Irv Gotti ASAP!" he wrote in the photo. "Know he going through it right now."

"HE WILL BE AIGHT [laughing face emojis]," he wrote in the caption. "I was in love wit her, and she just popped up with Nelly. LOL."

Dame Dash Responds To Irv Gotti: 'I Worry About His Mental Health'

SEPTEMBER 30, 2023

50 Cent and Irv Gotti have been at odds since 1999, after Irv's longtime friend and artist Ja Rule was robbed for his chain at gunpoint in Southside Jamaica, Queens while he was filming a music video, allegedly by an associate of 50 Cent.

"Ja saw me in a club with the kid who robbed him," Fif claimed in his 2005 biography From Pieces to Weight. "I went over to say, 'What's up' to Ja, and he acted like he had a problem with me. But I'm not the one who robbed him."

Ja Rule has since confirmed the robbery took place, but he denies he ever saw 50 Cent with the robber

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Soulja Boy woke up with Drake's recent Kendrick Lamar battle on his mind, and proceeded to call out the OVO rapper for "disappointing" him.

In series of posts to X in the middle of the night on Tuesday (July 16), Soulja poked fun at the fact that none of Drake's many collaborators came to his defense amid his feud - which many argue that he lost.

"Swag Season July 28 never let a n-gga try me like I'm drake," Soulja wrote. "You disappointed me. @Drake."

In another post, he added: "Doing all them weak ass songs with them n-ggaz look where It got u none of them n-ggaz you collab with or took on tour had yo back @Drake"

Swag Season July 28 never let a nigga try me like I'm drake

- Soulja Boy (Draco) (@souljaboy) July 16, 2024

You disappointed me. @Drake

- Soulja Boy (Draco) (@souljaboy) July 16, 2024

Doing all them weak ass songs with them niggaz look where It got u none of them niggaz you collab with or took on tour had yo back @Drake

- Soulja Boy (Draco) (@souljaboy) July 16, 2024

Soulja Boy had a memorable viral moment involving Drake in 2019 when "Draaaaaaaaaake?" became a meme during his visit to The Breakfast Club.

The dramatic response came after Breakfast Club co-host Charlamagne Tha God called Drake the "biggest rapper in the world."

Metro Boomin Blasted By His Sister For Feuding With Drake But Not Soulja Boy

JUNE 7, 2024

Shocked by this revelation, Soulja quickly replied, "Draaaaakkkkkkeeee?! That n-gga who got bodied by Pusha T? Drake?! Y'all n-ggas better stop playing with me in here. Y'all talking about the light-skinned n-gga from [Degrassi]? Stop playing with me like I didn't teach Drake everything he know."

Revisiting the moment in an interview with HipHopDX in 2022, Soulja said: "Man, I wasn't expecting it at all. I just went up there, spoke, had a good time, talked to The Breakfast Club. I just spoke my mind, you know what I'm saying? And when I got home, when I got to the hotel, my phone was going crazy and the internet was going viral.

"I was like, 'What happened? What did I say?' And it was like, 'You was like, Drake?' I was like, 'Oh, yeah.' Yeah. But nah, man, it was a good interview, man."

The pair have seemingly been fine in the years since

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Plies has continued to take aim at Donald Trump, despite Kodak Black recently warning him about "slandering" the former president.

The Florida rapper took to X (formerly Twitter) on Monday (July 15) to poke fun at Trump for appearing to fall asleep at the Republican National Convention.

Plies shared a video of the controversial presidential candidate closing his eyes for several moments and seemingly struggling to keep them open at the political event in Milwaukee.

Adding his typically colorful commentary to the clip, Plies said: "He can't stay awake! That boy cannot stay awake. He sleep! They talking, he sleep."

He added in his caption: "[crying face emojis] He Can't Stay Awake At The RNC!! He Sleep Bih!!!!! [crying face emojis] The Media Give Dude All The Passes!!!"

???????? He Can't Stay Awake At The RNC!! He Sleep Bih!!!!! ?????? The Media Give Dude All The Passes!!!

- Plies (@plies) July 16, 2024

It was just earlier this week that Plies was called out by Kodak Black for criticizing Donald Trump after the 78-year-old survived an assassination attempt.

Kodak, who is a longstanding supporter of Trump's, took aim at his "Real Hitta" collaborator for being unsympathetic after the Republican was nearly killed by a gunman at a campaign rally in Pennsylvania last weekend.

After the incident, Plies launched into a tirade on X (formerly Twitter) in which he suggested that the shooting was staged and slammed Trump for "play[ing] the victim" after "push[ing] hate for the last eight years."

"And U Know What's Even More Crazy He Was In The Middle Telling A 'LIE' Right When This Happen!!!!" he added. "Man God Tied Of Your Sh*t Bruh!! Remember He Was Makin Fun Of Nancy Pelosi Husband Getting Hit In The Head With A Hammer!! God Don't Like Ugly Bruh!!"

Plies Taunts 'P-ssy-Ass' Donald Trump After Latest Indictment

AUGUST 2, 2023

The "Bust It Baby" hitmaker also doubled down on his support for current president and Trump's political opponent Joe Biden: "Dear @JoeBiden U'd Be Damn Fool To Slow Down Your Campaign! Use This Moment To Push The Agenda U Been Pushing Banning Assault Rifles & Gun Violence Etc.

"Chaos Vs A Steady Hand! Can't Run On Hate & Act Surprise When It Happens! Unify The Country & Show What Leadership Looks Like!"

Kodak Black, who was pardoned by Trump in 2021, took issue with Plies' comments, saying on Instagram Live: "We ain't goin' for no Trump slander, bruh. You gotta get off that shit, Plies. Trump ain't did nuthin' to you, you feel me? You rich, bruh, we rich. Fall back, love 'cause shit can get mafioso, boy."

Plies, despite evidently being active on social media, has yet to respond to Kodak

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Rick Ross's beef with Drake has turned physical as he was attacked by OVO goons after playing Kendrick Lamar's "Not Like Us" at a show in Canada.
Rozay was performing at Ignite Music Festival in Vancouver on Sunday (June 30) when he played Kendrick's chart-topping diss track, which contains accusations that Drizzy is a pedophile.

After coming off stage, with the song still playing, Rozay was confronted by a group of men who were seemingly angered by him playing the track on Drake's home soil.

The two parties then exchanged words before one of the men sucker punched Ross in the face, leading to an all-out brawl that last for several minutes.

Team OVO appeared the clear winners in the fight, which saw several of Ross' entourage beat up and knocked to the floor. The rapper himself largely avoided the scuffle after being initally punched.

At the end of the melee, one of the MMG mogul's team was left lying unconscious on the grass and had to be carried away.

Rick Ross and his crew were assaulted after his show in Canada after they played Kendrick Lamar's 'Not Like Us'

- The Art Of Dialogue (@ArtOfDialogue_) July 1, 2024

The incident comes shortly after The Weeknd was threatened with violence by Toronto rapper Top5 for siding against Drake in his feud with Kendrick Lamar, Future, Metro Boomin and co.

On his Instagram Stories, Top5, who is awaiting trial for murder, wrote: "All these n-ggas are mad at one I dare you n-ggas to come to the 6ix #noflyzone."

He then posted a picture of The Weeknd and said: "@theweeknd you started doing coke now your from Compton? Wait till my GGs see you."

Rick Ross, meanwhile, has been beefing with former friend and collaborator Drake since April, attacking him with the diss track "Champagne Moments."

Rick Ross Shuts Down Wild Theory Behind Drake Beef: 'Big Cap'

APRIL 18, 2024

"Weezy gave you the juice/ Another White boy at the park wanna hang with the crew," he rapped on the song, mocking Drizzy's mixed heritage.

Ross also said in the outro: "You ain't never want to be a n-gga anyway, n-gga. That's why you had an operation to make your nose smaller than your father nose, n-gga."

He further taunted Drake over his alleged plastic surgery, saying: "Yeah, you had that surgery, that six-pack gone. That's why you wearin' that funny shit at your show, you can't hide it, n-gga."

The Teflon Don also revealed that the reason he and Drizzy fell out was over a cease and desist letter sent to French Montana regarding a feature.

"I unfollowed you, n-gga, 'cause you sent the motherfuckin' cease-and-desist to French Montana, n-gga. You sent the police, n-gga, hated on my dog project. That wasn't the same white boy that I seen, n-gga, when we were makin' them early records, n-gga.

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Lil Wayne, Juvenile and Mannie Fresh were among the Hip Hop luminaries gathered in Los Angeles this week to celebrate Cash Money Records founders Slim and Birdman.

The brothers, born Ronald and Brian Williams, were the guests of honor at the second annual YouTube Leaders & Legends Gala, which took place in LA on Thursday (June 27).

During the star-studded black tie event, the New Orleans moguls were given their flowers through speeches from YouTube's head of music, Lyor Cohen; BMI's vice president of creative Catherine Brewton; producer Polow Da Don; and Republic Records' chief executives Avery and Monte Lipman, who are also brothers, and who recognized the Williams brothers as mentors throughout their own careers.

Others in attendance included 2 Chainz, LL Cool J, NLE Choppa, Saweetie, Queen Naija, Yo Gotti, Kevin Liles, and Quality Control co-founder Pierre "P" Thomas.

Taking to the stage alongside his brother, Birdman used his acceptance speech to recall his and Slim's upbringing and the business impact Cash Money's legendary run had on the game, per Billboard.

"Life wasn't easy for us; living in every project in New Orleans," he said. "I was a real lost youngster trying to find a way because I'd been in and out of homes, in and out of jail, jumped in the streets at 12 years old; at 14 years old, I was wearing two Rolexes. I met some youngsters and didn't want them to go my route, right? [Cash Money rapper] B.G. was hitting that route, and I saw that [Lil] Wayne looked like he was going that route too. "

He continued: "I wanted to save their lives. My whole mission was to try to spare a life. And I needed help too because I was reckless. The only person that I respected enough to spare my life was my brother. And my way of saving their [B.G., Lil Wayne] lives was putting them in the studio. The studio was going to be the new streets.

"But all due respect to Jay-Z, I remember when he said he retired and Wayne shot a video and said since the best rapper retired, I'm the best rapper alive. And a lot of sh-t changed for us from that moment. At the same time n-as were saying hip-hop is dead. And we're like honestly, what the f-k is they talking about? We ain't know nothing about that type of sh-t."

Birdman concluded: "So we felt like this was our time to take over hip-hop. That's when the birth of Young Money came, Nicki and Drake came. We kind of held hip-hop down. We survived the warfare in New Orleans. Now we're surviving in life, and we did a great job at it. [When] we started, all I thought about was saving four lives, and we end up saving thousands of motherf-kers' lives. I give all gratitude to my brother, who was like my father, for saving my life."

Slim, on the other hand, started out his address to the crowd by celebrating the three celebrated Cash Money alums who were on hand for the event.

Birdman Offers Opinion On Whether Hip Hop Has Become 'Soft' Since The '90s

APRIL 18, 2024

"I want to say that I'm so proud of Juvenile, Wayne, [Mannie] Fresh because I saw them when they was in that studio," he said. "They were in friendly competition with each other. We started off doing two songs and would end up doing five songs a night. They were there competing like a basketball player for real. But what really makes me so proud that they're going on in their careers with generational wealth, doing other things outside of music while keeping music going.

"My brother and I went through a lot to get to this point. Someone once told me growing up that I ain't never going to be sh-t and ain't worth a quarter. But you've got to do better than that to break me down. I ain't breakable like that. It made me want to go hard and work hard, so I've got a few more quarters now.

He then closed out with a bit of advice for the crowd: "Don't let no one tell you what you cannot do! You do your thing. That's the only way you're going to win.

"I love y'all," Slim added after shout outs to Polow, Mannie Fresh, Juvenile, Jeezy, Turk and Wayne. "Ain't nobody else alive going to do what we've done - ever.

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Drake and Kendrick Lamar's beef has been the basis for a great deal of contention, and Camila Cabello is among those who aren't all that impressed by the back-and-forth.

In an interview with The Times of London that was published on Thursday (June 27), the former Fifth Harmony member talked about working with the 6 God and his ongoing feud with K.Dot.

"He is such a delight," Cabello said. "It's so frustrating to see people talk about someone you know in a way that is negative. You're like, 'Dang, if only you guys could just have dinner or something.'"

Drake has two guest spots on the 27-year-old's latest album C,XOXO, and it all traces back to the singer sending him a DM.

"He's the fucking GOAT, so it felt like shooting for the stars," she told Billboard in May, before recalling the Instagram exchange with the Canadian superstar. "I showed him the album when I felt comfortable enough and he really liked it. [The feature] came out of a nontransactional place. He had this idea of a song called 'Hot Uptown,' and it just felt like I was in the city. I was in Miami."

The track was finished in Turks & Caicos, following which Drizzy reportedly continued crooning over synths for two minutes - singing that was subsequently chopped up into an interlude titled "Uuugly."

Childish Gambino Believes Kendrick Lamar & Drake Beef Reflects Worrying Trend In Society

JUNE 27, 2024

"He wanted to do one more thing for the album," she explained. "Why does he have his own song? Because selfishly, I just want to hear Drake on my own album ... I love that for me - it's like that rebellious mood. Who says I can't do that? It's Drake talking his shit."

Back in December, the two began getting attention from the paparazzi after Pop Crave published footage of them hanging out at Noah's Ark Beach Club in the Caribbean. The stars could be seen riding jet skis together in addition to chatting and laughing on a boat.

The Toronto superstar reportedly started following the 26-year-old singer over the spring, after she shared a mirror selfie online and quoted his song "Search & Rescue" in the caption: "Take me out the Club. Take me out the Trap. Take me off the market. Take me off the map. I'm trying to hit the group chat and tell them it's a wrap.

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South Florida radio station leaving listeners stunned and disappointed

A major shake-up at a South Florida radio station leaving listeners stunned and disappointed after finding out several of their favorite on-air radio personalities were abruptly let go. James T. Thomas. Jill Tracey and Missey Bailey were taken off the air Monday as morning hosts on HOT105, as part of a downsizing move by Cox Media Group.Tracey has been in the radio industry for more than 30 years. She served as news director and morning news anchor on The Rickey Smiley Morning Show where she brought vibrant energy, insightful commentary on the HOT NEWS NOW segment. She also hosted her popular weekend evening show "Hot Talk with Jill Tracey" which aired at 11:00pm on Sundays. Missey Bailey served as the station's Sunday morning Gospel show "On Assignment". She's been with Cox Media Group Miami since 1999 first at WEDR before moving to WHQT HOT105 in 2004.Tracey says the decision was made due to declining numbers at the station. "They are just trying to cut everywhere they can because they aren't doing the numbers that they used to," Tracey told the Miami Herald.The news has many in the community and industry speculating and questioning the move.Cox Media Group which is the owner of HOT105 and 99 Jamz have remained silent about the firings.James T. Thomas has been with HOT105 for decades as midday and afternoon host. He started his journey in South Florida radio and news media scene more than 50 years ago including WIRK-AM, WHRS-FM, WRBD/WCKO and Channel 5 WPTV in West Palm Beach.His smooth delivery made him a favorite among listeners. His talent led him to become the host of the James T Morning Show on co-owned Hip Hop WEDR. In 2003, Thomas returned to his roots as the midday on-air talent at WHQT HOT105.These well known radio hosts are not the only ones who have left Cox Media Group Miami.Earlier this month prominent radio personality, Cindy Doucet known to many as SUPA CINDY resigned from sister station WEDR-99 JAMZ as morning show host, after more than 20 years with the station. In a June 7th video message posted on instagram to fans, Cindy said prioritizing her mental health and personal well-being was important for her. "I have reached the ceiling in the room I am in, limiting myself when I know what greatness I possess. We have to be realistic; when something no longer serves you, you can only ignore the signs for so long."
Cindy spoke about a recent dream she had about a bat flying around her home. When she Googled the significance of dreaming with a bat it meant - "to trust your gut and follow your instincts when making important decisions". "It's time to move forward to explore new goals and my happiness", she said. In closing, Cindy said, "I want to focus on my happiness... I'm not willing to sacrifice my happiness, or my mental health, for that matter." Cindy stressed that she is not leaving South Florida and will remain busy with her nonprofit organization. Supa Cindy's departure also followed the exit of WEDR afternoon radio host 'Julezz' Castanon who also left the station last month

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