FIGHT FOR CHANGE

April 28, 2015

 

 The outcry of protesters in Baltimore over the death of Freddie Gray has taken a dramatic turn. It’s still unclear how the injuries to Mr. Gray was sustained, but what is very clear, the people of Baltimore want answers. The battle between the community and the police has generated a world of division around the county. While many agree with the idea of protesting for justice, the aggressive action taken by young men and women has created an ugly picture of what the city and its people represent. Although the frustration of an unjust system has boiled over, what does the burning of buildings, vandalizing vehicles and savagely beating innocent people really prove? Absolutely nothing. There has to be a better way.

HIT'EM UP

April 28, 2015

 

Attempted murder on LiI Wayne? The news of Lil Wayne's tour bus shooting in ATL has made front page of every media outlet. According to TMZ: Sources in Compound Nightclub this weekend say Weezy got into it with several people in the crowd. It’s unclear what was said to spark the dispute, but we’re told Wayne was hot as fish grease during part of his performance. We’re told club security eventually booted the hecklers, but just to be safe … Wayne got extra protection while leaving the club and getting onto his tour bus.   

CHI-TOWN FINEST

April 28, 2015

 

Chicago has had its fair share of street violence. Chi-Town is one of the country’s biggest cities but also one of the most violent in the U.S. Twista, Kanye West and Common are some of the artist joining together to perform at the “Stop the Violence Movement” event. The concert offers a way for each artist involved to give back and shine light on ways of settle conflicts with others in a non-violent manner.    

JIM JONES: INTRO FT. SEN CITY, TRAV, T.W.O., MEL MATRIX

WES JAMES - CAUGHT UP
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T-PAIN - RELAX
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T-PAIN - LET YA HAIR DOWN
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STRAIGHT DOPE

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