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Director Isaac Yowman Partners with the Sony Marvel Universe for ‘Venom’ Brisk Tea Promotional Campaign
Atlanta, GA. 5 October 2018 – Last night (10/4), Iconic rap artist Tip “T.I.” Harris hosted the exclusive Atlanta listening party for his tenth studio album, Dime Trap. Held at the acclaimed pop-up TrapMusic Museum, the event hosted hundreds of celebrities, influencers and longtime supporters who joined Tip for a first listen of the new album before it was released at midnight. As guests entered, they were greeted by the all black orchestra, Orchestra Noir, who performed new music from the album, including ‘Jefe’ ft. Meek Mill, Wraith ft. Yo Gotti and Weekend ft. Young Thug.
“Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta” returns to WE tv on Thursday, October 11, 2018 at 9pm ET/PT; and this season it’s a clash of the generations, with the OG’s of Hip Hop ready to dish some tough love! Fiery newcomers are bringing heat to the Atlanta scene and shaking things up, including R&B artist Masika Kalysha and hip-hop artist, Lil Mama! This well-connected Atlanta cast also features Bow Wow, child hip hop star who grew up under the Tutelage of Snoop and mega-producer, Jermaine Dupri; Shaniah Mauldin, Jermaine Dupri’s biological daughter; triple-threat Jhonni Blaze, and Ayana Fite daughter of The Beastie Boys mainstay, DJ Hurricane.
Founder & CEO of Steed Media Munson Steed presents the 2nd Annual Rolling Out Magazine R.I.D.E. conference in Atlanta, GA September 28th & 29th with some of the Top Influencers in the country. From Executive Producer/Content Creator Reality Show Guru Mona Scott-Young, Breakfast Club Co-Host & Author Charlemagne tha God READ MORE
Mac Miller’s cause of death is still officially unknown according to his death certificate.
Cardi B has provided an explanation for a transphobic meme showing up on her Facebook page.
Following criticism on social media, Cardi took to Twitter to claim she doesn’t have control of her Facebook account. According to her, a former member of her team has been responsible for all posts on her official page for more than a year now.
Tommie Lee has an orange jumpsuit in her future but she’ll only have to spend 2 days in jail, instead of the 2 years she was facing, as a result of a plea deal stemming from her 2016 arrest for DUI.
Meek Mill has gone from gritty, underground battle rapper to icon of resistance against injustice since his entrance to the rap game almost a decade ago, especially since his most recent incarceration left him even more outspoken about the ills of the criminal justice system. So it’s only right for him to take on the story of another social justice hero, Colin Kaepernick, on his upcoming album. Meek told the New York Post that his next album will feature a song about Kaepernick’s struggle, in which the Philadelphia draws parallels between lynching and the modern-day blackballing of the outspoken athlete.