Tag Archives: Music

  • Cupid is the Great Equalizer

    Jun 13, 15 by Brittney M. Walker 1 Comment


    *Bryson Bernard, better known as Cupid, is popular for his hit single, ‘Cupid Shuffle’ which put his relatively small hometown of Lafayette, La. on the map. With his music, this country boy has managed to cross racial lines and break down social barriers all in the name of stepping and good, clean music. “I can […]

  • Review: ‘Satchmo at The Waldorf’ Reveals A Louis Armstrong We Never Knew…A Must See!

    Jun 3, 15 by DeBorah B. Pryor 2 Comments


    *Who knew that the beautiful dark-skinned man with the pretty pearly whites and effervescent smile was a maniacal marijuana user who cussed like a sailor? Who would have thought that this man, who shared nothing but joy onstage while performing songs like “It’s a Wonderful World” and “Hello Dolly” was riddled with feelings of anger […]

  • Age Ain’t Nothin’ But a Number: Check Out 2-Year-Old SA DJ (Watch)

    Apr 20, 15 by Brainuser1 Leave a comment


    *He might not be able to form a coherent sentence yet, but boy can this toddler put together a beat! The boy knows his stuff. Adults didn’t think much of it when the little boy started playing around with the knobs and buttons of a sophisticated music system at first, but after a while, when they […]

  • Drive Like a Celebrity with These 6 Affordable Cars

    Apr 14, 15 by Daniel T Leave a comment


    A sweet ride makes you feel powerful. So, it’s no surprise that many celebrities own cars priced in the six digits. Kim Kardashian’s Ferrari F430, for example, is worth $186,925, and that’s pocket change compared with Jay Z’s Maybach Exelero, which is worth a shocking $8,000,000. From Ferraris to Porsches to Lamborghinis, Hollywood isn’t lacking […]

  • Rappers Beware: Mac Phipps’ Rap Lyrics Were Used to Convict Him (Watch)

    Mar 25, 15 by Brainuser1 1 Comment


    *I’m telling you, if you’re about that life, you might want to look at the case of rapper Mac Phillips, who was convicted of the 2001 murder of a concertgoer and is serving 30 years in prison as a result. Not that the prosecutor had any evidence of a forensic nature against him. No past […]

  • Film, Broadway and Our Culture

    Mar 4, 15 by Daniel T Leave a comment


    *Oscar season just came to a close and the big winner “Birdman” is a piece that combines both Broadway and film. It won the Oscar for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Original Screenplay. And although “Glory” was the only Oscar win for “Selma,” this year’s Academy Awards proved to be more racially diverse than […]