Black History Month: Andrew Young

        On March 12, 1932, Andrew Jackson Young Jr., known as Andrew Young Jr., was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. The product of a middle-class family—his father was a dentist, his mother a teacher—he had to travel from his neighborhood to attend segregated schools. After graduating from Howard University, Young chose to study at Connecticut's Hartford Theological Seminary. In 1955, he became an ordained minister.   Working as a pastor in Georgia, Young first became part of the Civil Rights ... [read more]

Friday Mixtape: Daddy’s Hangout & SportsMusicEntertainment.com Presents R. Kelly Vol. 1

This is a R. Kelly mixtape I made a few years ago and will also post it on my new site SportsMusicEntertainment.com. It's a nice compilation and would love feedback from the ones who will download it and let me know what you think and would you support future compilations of some of your favorite artists. Here is the tracklisting:   1. Bump-N-Grind[Remix] 2. Half On a Baby 3. Tempo Slow 4. Down Low[Remix] 5. When A Woman's Fed Up 6. 12 Play 7. Slow Dance 8. I Believe I Can Fly 9. Your Body's Callin 10. You Remind Me of ... [read more]

Black History Month: Michael Jackson

    It's Michael Jackson and there's no need to write about his accomplishments and what he meant to music. ... [read more]

Throwback Thursday 2/6/2014

My Throwback Thursday is from Nas, who recently announced he's celebrating the 20th anniversary of Illmatic in April. The track is from Illmatic and it's One Love. Enjoy!!!!!!!!!!!!!       http://youtu.be/Qjd7EbUUds8 ... [read more]

Black History Month: Benjamin O. Davis

      U.S. Army general and soldier Benjamin Oliver Davis, Sr. was born on July 1, 1877, in Washington, D.C. Breaking new ground, Davis became the first African-American general in the United States Army. He began his military career as a volunteer during the Spanish-American War in 1898. Receiving his commission in 1901, Davis was made a second lieutenant in the regular army. Despite the widespread prejudice against African-Americans, he rose up the ranks, becoming a brigadier general in 1940.   During ... [read more]

Daddy’s Hangout Presents WWE Monday Night Raw Review 2/3/2014

Well Football season is over and now I can go ahead and start doing some WWE Monday Night Raw reviews. We are officially on the Road to WrestleMania and let's get into the Good, the Bad and the UGLY!!!!!!!!!!!   Good:   Daniel Bryan vs. Randy Orton: This was an outstanding main event and these guys put out a great effort. Very physical contest and it was great to see Bryan get the win over Orton. How things have been going in the WWE I'm hoping that they either put the title on Bryan @ Mania or possibly Extreme Rules, but give ... [read more]

Black History Month: Roy Wilkins

  Roy Wilkins was born on August 30, 1901, in St. Louis, Missouri. After his mother died when he was just 4 years old, he and his siblings went to live with his maternal aunt and her spouse in the region of St. Paul, Minnesota. He majored in sociology and journalism at the University of Minnesota, working various jobs to support his way—including as an editor for the university newspaper and the African-American periodical The St. Paul Appeal. Wilkins graduated from the school in 1923. He wed social worker Aminda "Minnie" Badeau in ... [read more]

Black History Month: Richard Wright

  African-American writer and poet Richard Wright was born on September 4, 1908 in Roxie, Mississippi and published his first short story at the age of 16. Later, he found employment with the Federal Writers Project and received critical acclaim for Uncle Tom's Children, a collection of four stories. He’s well known for the 1940 bestseller Native Son and his 1945 autobiography Black Boy. Wright died in Paris, France on November 28, 1960.   In 1927, Wright finally left the South and moved to Chicago, where he worked at a ... [read more]

Music Monday 2/3/2014: Kim Sutra- I’m God Made

  My Music Monday is from a young lady out of Philadelphia named Kim Sutra, who was introduced to me by the homie Kareem Williams aka Lefty from Real Entertainment News. The track is called I'm God Made and it's certified banger!!! Before we get to the bio I just wanted to say that I wish other female artist get shine besides Nicki Minaj because there's so many talented female artist out here and they deserve the chance to shine also because they bring alot to the table. As far as the track, it's one that you can definitely ride to and ... [read more]

5 Of The Biggest Triathlons In Australia

  Triathlons are not for everyone, however they can be a rewarding and memorable experience for those who crave competitive sequential and endurance sports. Here at http://99bikes.com.au/bikes/road-bikes, we’ve found five of the biggest triathlons in Australia that are a must –do for all triathletes. Cannington Dirt N Dust Triathlon The Cannington Dirt N Dust Triathlon is held on April 19-21 in Julia Creek, QLD; it’s as rural as it gets for a triathlon. The event includes an 800 metre swim in Eastern Creek, a 25 kilometre ride along ... [read more]