Mixtape Friday: Tapemasters Inc. Presents Classics: Ohh What A Night Pt. 1

Since today is Valentine's Day I decided to have an old school slow jam mixtape as my Mixtape Friday. I absolutely love this mixtape and I listen to this all the time, so I decided to share it. Enjoy!!!!!!   Tracklisting   1. Rather Be With You- Bootsy Collins 2. For The Lover In You- Shalamar 3. Fantasy- Earth, Wind and Fire 4. Mary Jane- Rick James 5. Off On Your Own Girl- Al B. Sure 6. Heartbeat- Tanaa Gardner 7. Funky Sensation- Gwen McRae 8. Somebody Else's Guy- Jocelyn Brown 9. I Found Lovin- Fatback Band 10. ... [read more]

Black History: Bill Cosby

    Of course, this is Bill Cosby and I don't need to say anything about him. Great actor, motivational speaker, comedian and television producer.       ... [read more]

This Is For The Lover in You by Shalamar for Throwback Thursday

Since tomorrow is Valentine's Day I have to select a slow jam, preferably an old school track. My track is from Shalamar and it's their hit, This Is For the Lover in You. Happy Valentine's Day everyone!!! Enjoy this classic for Throwback Thursday. http://youtu.be/m8m7BuHNh8Y ... [read more]

True Magazine certified I GOT NEXT Artist: Billy Bang – Kickin’ Game (Official Lyric Video)

  We got New Music for your ears by a upcoming artist by the name of “Billy Bang” out of Queens, New York who linked up with Entertainment company “The Chemists”. Billy Bang gives his latest track “Kickin’ Game” a visual treatment with a break down of the song in this Lyric Video. Check out the following video and tell us what you think? Be on the look out for Billy Bang upcoming project featuring producer Drumma Boy, C-Note and many more coming soon.     http://youtu.be/BP0_d_1gXkk ... [read more]

Black History Month Featuring Ella Baker

  Born in Norfolk, Virginia, on December 13, 1903, Ella Baker was one of the leading figures in the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s. She grew up in rural North Carolina. Baker was close to her grandmother, a former slave. Her grandmother told Baker many stories about her life, including a whipping she had received at the hands of her owner. A bright student, Baker eventually went to Shaw University in Raleigh, North Carolina. She was the class valedictorian when she graduated in 1927. After she completed her degree, ... [read more]

Great Day Spent With Family at Malibu Grand Prix Norcross

Malibu Grand Prix Norcross has everything you will ever need to celebrate birthdays, have a party, host events and even family gatherings. It’s definitely somewhere you can have fun and not feel too crazy as a parent and your kids can see another side of you coming out because it’s so fun. You name it; they got so many games and activities to play with your kids like Grand Prix, Go Karts, Arcade, Miniature Golf, Batting Cages, and so much more, there's every way to play at Malibu Norcross!   With my 2 daughters birthdays coming ... [read more]

TV Producer Kearni Warren Talks About Her New Reality TV Show The Next American Baller

Celebrty Interviewer and Blogger Kareem Williams of RealEntertainmentNews.com had the opportunity to interview TV Producer Kearni Warren who is a east coast native.He and she had a lovely conversation about her new Reality TV Show that she is working on called The Next American Baller. Check out this exclusive live interview by clicking the play button.     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DLJiDG6LcOQ ... [read more]

Almost Kick-Off Time: How to Make Your Place a Footy Watching Crowd Favorite

  Footy season is a great time to have your mates over to watch the game. No matter who’s playing, you and your friends can get together and enjoy the game. A few beers, some meat on the barbie and a television screen are all you need to enjoy watching the footy with friends, but there are a few tips to help make your place the perfect footy-watching pad. Who to Invite The first consideration is who to invite. You may have a standing invitation with your best friends to watch the game each week, or you may just host the big games like ... [read more]

Black History Month Featuring Langston Hughes

      James Mercer Langston Hughes was born on February 1, 1902, in Joplin, Missouri. His parents, James Hughes and Carrie Langston, separated soon after his birth, and his father moved to Mexico. While Hughes’s mother moved around during his youth, Hughes was raised primarily by his maternal grandmother, Mary, until she died in his early teens. From that point, he went to live with his mother, and they moved to several cities before eventually settling in Cleveland, Ohio. It was during this time that Hughes first ... [read more]

Black History Month: Alex Haley

      Alex Haley was born Alexander Murray Palmer Haley on August 11, 1921, in Ithaca, New York. At the time of his birth, Haley's father, Simon Haley, a World War I veteran, was a graduate student in agriculture at Cornell University, and his mother, Bertha Palmer Haley, was a teacher. For the first five years of his life, Haley lived with his mother and grandparents in Henning, Tennessee, while his father finished his studies. When Simon Haley completed his degree, he joined the family in Tennessee and taught as a ... [read more]