I had the opportunity to sit down with the big homies over at Archive Entertainment. They are bringing the noise when it comes to Atlanta music, business, and entertainment. It’s so cool to sit down with people who are making moves in not only the entertainment side but in business. If you know Young Thug, Emmanuel and Phillip Hudson, and Mykko Montana you know Archive Entertainment.
Check out our exclusive interview below. READ MORE
We all know boss chick Mona Scott-Young as the creator and executive producer for our favorite love-to-hate reality show “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta” on VH1. But even a boss needs a good right-hand man to help run things, and she has that in Carlos King, one of the executive producers of the show. READ MORE
Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Corey Condrey aka “CoCo Brother Live” and Angie Stone – In Studio
Angie Stone attended and participated in the 2012 Soul Train Music Awards, not realizing that she would 1) run into an old friend 2) meet someone anointed 3)Appear on Lift Every Voice 4) Take a Trip to Africa to save her life. Find out how Angie Stone went to Africa to save her life and what astounding announcement she visited to studio to air it on CoCo Brother Live…click the link READ MORE
Â Legendary blues singer Etta James, who is most famous for the hit song “At Last,” has died from complications of leukemia, at Riverside Community Hospital in L.A. with her husband and sons at her side, her manager, Lupe De Leon said. She had been diagnosed with chronic leukemia in January 2011.
“It’s a tremendous loss for her fans around the world,” he said. “She’ll be missed. A great American singer. Her music defied category,” Lupe De Leon said.
Wendy Williams has always been known to be a little messy and nosy but, T.I. was not having it when he and his wife, Tiny, made an appearance on her show last week to promote their new show, “The Family Hustle” which airs on VH1.Â T.I. quickly stopped Wendy when she started asking about his previous jail stints and run-ins with the law. This disaster of an interview set Tip’s fans off Â and they quickly began to bombard Wendy’s Facebook and Twitter with criticism about the way the interview went down. Now, Wendy has responded to his fans in an ‘After the Show’ vlog to address the critics and give us the inside scoop of what really happened. Keep reading to check out what Wendy and T.I. had to say about the interview READ MORE
Soulja Boyâ€™s longtime friend Arab and member of SODMG has called it quits with being apart of the record label. Although he no longer will be a member, Arab says that his relationship with Soulja Boy is still the same and this change is only due to him wanting to pursue a solo career of his own. Also another former memember of SODMG discusses his involvement with Soulja Boy’s missing $45K. Check inside for video and more details on this story.
The Kaaaannnggg of the South made his way to BET months before handing himself to Forrest City Federal Correction Complex. T.I. sat down with radio personality Angie Martinez, hip hop journalist Harry Allen, and sportscaster Steve Smith. During the interview T.I. spoke on his previous experiences behind bars for his 2009 conviction on gun charges. Here’s one of the many things Mr. Harris had to say:
â€œIf you look around in a prison, at least myself, I saw thieves, I saw burglars, I saw crackheads, I saw, you know, the same people that I would walk around on the street, and you would never associate with these people out of respect for yourself,â€ he added. â€œOk, so if youâ€™re on the street and youâ€™re looking at these people and you are above their standards, how do you and them end up in the same place, one bed next to each other? I got to be better than that.â€
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