Thursday, August 16, 2018

African American Role Models – Real Ones.

August 5, 2018 by  
Filed under Ent., Music, News, Opinion, Relationships, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Recently Lebron James opened a phenomenal school for youth, including a food pantry, academic studies where adults can get their GEDs., free tuition, meals, uniforms and transportation for students as well as tremendous help with college. I applaud Lebron for that , no doubt about it. But I have to ask a question that reveals... [Read more...]

Rapper Snoop Dogg’s Career Thrives, Billy Willy’s Dies.

August 4, 2018 by  
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Tweet ( When an ad for the second season of the Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg show appeared on my TV, it annoyed me. On the surface, one could think, “Who cares?” But folks, allowing Snoop Dogg to happy-go-lucky move forward with his career confirms the American left’s and Deep State’s racism and hypocrisy. It also says... [Read more...]

Movie Review; Night Comes On.

August 3, 2018 by  
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Tweet ( Intimate portraits of young siblings are rarely this raw and authentic. There is something special and magnetic about the relationship between this orphaned 18-year-old black girl and her supportive 10-year-old sister. Actress turned director Jordana Spiro (best known for Netflix series Ozark) co-wrote the script for Night Comes... [Read more...]


August 3, 2018 by  
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Tweet ( The US has often been called a melting pot. Whether or not this is so ethnically, it is certainly true in the cultural sense. For example, Berry Gordy and his Motown Record Company avidly promoted cultural exchange and intermixture. Before Motown white record companies thoroughly dominated the music industry, deciding how and... [Read more...]

What Skills Does Music Develop?

August 2, 2018 by  
Filed under Education, Music, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( It is said that music keeps students busy, provides a place to learn or sharpen their talents and skills. But, it also plays a significant role in their mental growth, social and other skill-sets. In case you suspect or feel that your child is interested in learning music, make sure you enroll them in a school that offers music... [Read more...]

I Don’t Mind Essence.

July 25, 2018 by  
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Tweet ( New Orleans is a place many feel they can visit to be free of any restraints they have at home. In their mind this is the place where laws don’t matter, and you can bare your soul, and body, if you choose on Bourbon Street and its all good. Let me be clear as a native…it’s not. Of course, there are events that are known... [Read more...]

Interview; Talking Hip-Hop and Radio with Paul Porter.

Tweet ( Paul Porter has been in the music industry, and apart of radio, for what seems like more than a lifetime. He has watched the music change, and the industry itself as the goal became get money at all cost. In his book “Blackout: My 40yrs in the Music Business” he exposed the dark side of an industry that seems to have a valuable... [Read more...]

Omari Hardwick, Black Men, and Superheroes, An essay on HERO: A WORK IN PROGRESS.

July 14, 2018 by  
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Tweet ( In Omari Hardwick’s HerO, a one-act play [bravely directed by Indira Etwaroo] and co-written by Grant Sullivan [Hardwick is the other playwright], a hooded-man dodges bullets from behind a scrim on stage. He is a backdrop and a symbol for the theme of senseless murder Hardwick examines in his one-man show intimately written... [Read more...]

Speller Street Films & Alter Eye Cinemaworks Presents Political Drama “White Face”.

July 6, 2018 by  
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Tweet ( Speller Street Films has announced a distribution partnership with Alter Eye Cinemaworks to release “White Face” on July 4, 2018 through Vimeo. “White Face” is a dramatic short film on the expression of the current culture wars involving race, identity, politics, and art. From documentaries to challenging narrative films,... [Read more...]

Jay-Z Is The Prototype For How Rappers Should Move Throughout Their Career.

July 4, 2018 by  
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Tweet ( Can you believe that Jay-Z is still occupying a space in rap at the age of 48? A couple of Friday’s ago, Jay-Z, paired with his wife Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, released a duet album titled EVERYTHING IS LOVE. The nine-track album completed the trilogy released over the past two years on how the power couple have dealt with the... [Read more...]

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