MTV NEW SHOW "WHITE PEOPLE"
July 13th, 2015
Whenever America explore the history on racism, nine time out of ten, the discussion will focus around the African American experience. The topic of racism is at an all-time high, due to the number of racial attacks on Black America. Frustration, fear, anger and hatred are words that describe emotions felt by African Americans. For many young black men and women racial profiling, decimation are things they must battle on the daily basis.
JuLY 13, 2015
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With two tentative King Push release dates (Spring 2015, then June 30) coming and going without any new music. Pusha T has us all holding our breath in anticipation of his new project. While he hasn't spoken on the upcoming album in quite some time, he did drop off a hint about new music during a recent interview with Revolt TV. Speaking to a reporter, Pusha said he was looking to drop new music at the end of the summer.
The Virginia Beach rapper also spoke on his recent EDM collabs: "I travel all over the world and see the influence of the music... Once I get inside of the place and I see it, I'm easily persuaded. So I'm sort of on my techno/EDM swag at times."
ILLINOIS PRISONERS SEXUALLY ABUSED BY GUARDS
July 13, 2015
There has been a class action lawsuit filed against the Illinois prison system due to the sexual and psychological abuse of African American inmates. Over a hundred correctional officers have been accused of abusing their power and forcing black men to perform in sexual activity.
MEEK MILL IS STILL ON TOP
JuLY 13, 2015
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Two weeks after its release, Meek Mill’s sophomore debut, Dreams Worth More Than Money, is still holding the no. 1 spot on the Billboard 200 chart. The project has now sold 307,000 copies, selling an additional 61,000 copies after moving 246,000 its first week, Billboard reports.DWMTM, which is the “Monster” rapper’s first no. 1 album, is already on its way to performing better than his 2012 debut, Dreams and Nightmares, which sold 165,000 its first week and ended up only selling 414,000 units. It is also the fourth best selling album of 2015 besides Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly, Drake’s If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late and Mumford and Son’s Wilder Mind.