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Friday, August 21, 2015

[VIDEO] RIGHT NOW- 2uce Betta - Official Music Group

This week belongs to the R&B Singer "2uce Betta" (pronounced "Duece Betta". He sent me his video this week and I must admit the team was HIGHLY impressed at the quality of the music. He has a soulful yet youthful voice that mixes well with ballads. He most recently signed himself and is the owner of his own label Official Music Group, LLC. showing that his business is in order. He released "Korn Kountry" in 2014 w/ DJ Champ, DJ Scream, DJ Black (Hoodrich, The Commission) to great acclaim. He is currently pushing his single "Right Now" in 2015 and I suggest that the people take notice. There is a sleeping GIANT with a GREAT song that will increase the population with his "baby-making music"!

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Monday, August 17, 2015

[Video] Dopeboy Dreams - Eddy Duff ft. Lil Swoop and Beasty Armstrong

Listen to #Brain EddyDuff Feature LilSwoop DaShooter by FullyFocusedEnt

*VIDEO* Mr.Bankroll X Joka Slaughta Boi "Grown Folks"

New Single from Mr.Bankroll debut EP Cut The Check

*BANGER* Mack Timothy - Diana

Check out 1 of the newest up and coming artists out of the Midwest "Mack Timothy". He has a drill influenced music style with metaphors and quasi-bars. Check out his single Dirty Diana.

Instagram: @Makavelireturns_

Twitter: @MoneyMackEnt

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Civil Rights Figure Julian Bond Dead at 75

Julian Bond, a pivotal member of the civil rights movement and former chairman of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has died.

According to the Associated Press, the news was confirmed by the Southern Law Poverty Center, a nonprofit legal advocacy organization he founded in 1971. Bond passed away in his Florida home after battling an unknown illness. The civil rights leader began his career at Morehouse College by founding the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee leading protests over equal rights for black people. He also went on to work with other civil rights leaders like Martin Luther King Jr. After he was elected to the Georgia House of Representatives in 1965, he was refused a seat by white members for his beliefs. One year later, he was able to take his seat with the support of the first amendment.

He went on serve 20 years in the two houses of the legislature, helping to fund sickle cell anemia testing and providing low-income housing in Georgia. He continued to speak out for civil rights and gay rights with Coretta Scott King.

President Obama released a statement about Bond Sunday morning.

"Justice and equality was the mission that spanned his life – from his leadership of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, to his founding role with the Southern Poverty Law Center, to his pioneering service in the Georgia legislature and his steady hand at the helm of the N.A.A.C.P.," the president said. "Julian Bond helped change this country for the better. And what better way to be remembered than that."

Bond is survived by wife, Pamela Horowitz and his five children, Phyllis Jane Bond-McMillan, Horace Mann Bond II, Michael Julian Bond, Jeffrey Alvin Bond, and Julia Louise Bond; his brother, James Bond; and his sister, Jane Bond Moore. He was 75 years-old.

Source: Associated Press | Photo Credit: Screenshot

Monday, July 20, 2015

*NEW* Roc God aka Splitseed Roc - Think I'm Luminati

Coming straight from Naptown, emerges Roc_God. Roc comes hard on the new smash single “Think I’m Lumnati” where he illustrates the comparison of his lifestyle to that of one of the most controversial factions in the world. Look for more from Roc including the video for the song coming soon. #MrMixshow

Thursday, July 16, 2015

*NEW VIDEO* Hit Skrewface "Break'em Off" Directed By Elite Media

ESGN representative Hit Skrewface drops his second visual "Break'em Off"" for his latest album "Hitsville USA Vol. 3" available on iTunes:

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