Saturday, January 21st, 2017 at
In recent weeks, T.I. has published letters to now former President Barack Obama and President Trump, offering a measure of praise for the former and questions for the latter. Now, he’s sharing his lengthiest written message yet, one that’s addressed to black America as the community looks for answers on how to make today better so tomorrow is great.
Wednesday, January 11th, 2017 at
Eight years ago, Barack Obama inspired Americans to embrace political change with the mantra “yes we can.” He bade them farewell Tuesday after a historic, tumultuous presidency with the words “yes we did.”
Obama revived the spirit and idealism of his 2008 campaign in a nostalgic, sometimes emotional final address to the nation from his hometown of Chicago, 10 days before he cedes power to Donald Trump, his antithesis in personality and politics.
Thursday, June 30th, 2016 at
This morning, Joint Base Andrews was placed on lockdown after reports an active shooter on Maryland’s military base surfaced. The base is about 20 miles from Washington D.C. and hosts aircraft used by President Barack Obama.
Thursday, December 4th, 2014 at
President Obama took to the podium to make a statement on the Eric Garner decision which in some ways echoed his Mike Brown statement while at the same time promising that change is in the works. hopefully we’ll see that sooner rather than later.
Wednesday, September 5th, 2012 at
The homies over at HipHopEnquirerÂ report First Lady Michelle Obama addressed crowds at Time Warner Cable Arena on the opening night of the 2012 Democratic National Convention.
Delegates from all over the country expressed appreciation and respect for the First Lady, admiring her as a wife, mother, and for her role as First Lady in addressing key issues such as childhood obesity. â€œI think she has been perfect as First Lady,â€ said Maryland Delegate Jessy Mejia. â€œShe couldnâ€™t have been a more excellent role model for minority women.â€ READ MORE
Wednesday, December 14th, 2011 at
Christmas is around the corner and everyone’s in the “holiday spirit” including Mr. President Barack Obama and his family. The Obamas as well as other big names such as Jennifer Hudson, Cee Lo Green, and Justin Bieber attended the concert of christmas carols which benefited for the Children’s National Medical Center in the capitol. The event was held at The National Building Museum in Washington, DC. READ MORE
Monday, December 12th, 2011 at
The YMCMB camp has much to celebrate as Billboard recently announced Young Money’s President Lil’ Wayne as the to artist of the year.
Lil Wayne has topped every record imaginable and with his debut album Carter IV making close to a million sales in only its first week we can see why he was chosen for the honor.
Not only has Lil Wayne achieved high success from his own music but he also signed two of the other top artist of the year Nicki Minaj and Drake and Nicki comes in second on the Billboard charts for 2011.
After being in prison for almost a year in 2010 at Rikers Island, Wayne came back in 2011 with more fire than ever to come back and climb over everybody on the charts.
Thursday, October 6th, 2011 at
Def Jam record labelÂ has been the home to hip hop’s greatest acts including some who even pioneered rap. Icons including LL Cool J, DMX, Jay-Z, and RUN DMC have made there way through the Def Jam doors and paved a way for other artist to make their dreams come true. The record label has been experiencing financial decline in sales and tough times when label executive Shakir Stewart Â killed himself back in 2008. Irv Gotti, former Def Jam exec, believes he is the”best man” to lead the struggling company and put them back on top. READ MORE