Friday, February 27, 2009

Friday, February 20, 2009

Some Friday Old School...

lmao when shorty get mad & say "the real man she wanted was Puffy but he aint come to the club that night"...awww maaan cuttin up...ENJOY!

Can't wait to see this! Better be good too lols...

If nothing else I'm going to support my baby, Keisha Knight-Pulliam(Rudy, from the Cosby show)! Go baby! If you're familiar with Madea & other Tyler Perry films this one 'Madea Goes To Jail' should be a good film to go see with a positive message & deemed a "dvd pick" to add to the collectibles.

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Yall see Kid Cudi & Kanye on 106&Park???

I'm ready to hear that song with Ross & Ye' now...Say wachu want about him but...Kanye is a musical genius! Oh & yall see the sneakers Cudi had on from one of my prior posts right?!?! One word: FRESH!

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

More from Charles Hamilton...he grindin'...

Kanye sooo outta hea baby! Peep the new vid...ITS SICK!

KANYE WEST "Welcome To Heartbreak" Directed by Nabil from nabil elderkin on Vimeo.

New Dr. Dre Track Entitled 'Topless'...

New Dre track featuring T.I. & here to listen to the radio rip:

...Fresh kicks

...speakin of Joe Budden's mixtape Halfway House & next album Padded Room... I could mess with these! Dope kicks, right?!?!?

New Joe Budden...Prodigy Diss

Budden is spazzin lately...other rappers beware! Click here to Youtube his record 'Blood on the Wall'(Prodigy Diss). If you've heard the 'Halfway House' mixtape then like me you can't wait to hear the 'Padded Room' album...

Jay Z interview during NBA All Star Weekend...Blueprint 3 talk...

No Kissing...lols

This no kissing sign has been posted at Warrington Bank Quay train station in Warrington, UK, between Liverpool and Manchester. Commuters have been told: if you want to get up to that kind of business, do it in the car park. The sign is a light-hearted way of getting people to move on quickly. LLS wonder would you get a ticket/citation or something on Valentines' Day lls awwww maaan.

Congrats to Tiger Woods & family...

Check pics of Tiger, his wife Elin(& when he get on leave dat a$$ for a white girl lols), his first child, daughter Sam Alexis, & their new son, Charlie Axel. Congrats to them!

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

New Young Jeezy freestyle 'That Aint It'...

Click here to hear Young Jeezy off the T.I. 'Wadup,Wats Happenin' beat...

Saturday, February 14, 2009


ENJOY TODAY! Don't worry about overindulging and "big spending" keep it simple, sweet, and however thoughtful...& if you don't have a valentine realize that this is a "man-made" holiday & you can always indulge & spoil yourself or always find someone that you love or someone who is in need of love...Try spreading the love...tis better to give than it is to recieve...Only two commandments on record are that we love our neighbor as ourselves & love the Lord thy God...God is love & He lives in me, therefore I LOVE YOU...thanks for hitting the blog...HAPPY VALENTINES DAY to you all!!!

Friday, February 13, 2009

New Young Chris & Joe Budden...

Click here to hear new freestyle from Young Chris & Joe Budden...I cosign this one...

New Track from Charles Hamilton entitled 'Neverland'

Click here to hear Charles Hamilton's new song 'Neverland'...this is an artist under my radar watch...wanna get a good grasp on his music 1st but a post about him coming soon...might I add this is a pretty timely song with Valentines' Day fast approaching...tell me wacha think???

Some Friday Old School...

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Fisker Karma electric vehicle

The Fisker Karma is the first vehicle released by the Fisker Automotive Company. The Karma features the Q-Drive technology and is powered by a innovative petrol engine/electric motors combination; Q-Drive is a series hybrid system meaning that the engine is mated with a generator to provide an electrical connection to the motors and also recharge the batteries and as such the electric motors are the only mechanical driving force connected to the wheels. This car was debuted in 2008 overseas & is slated to hit the U.S. later this year. Let's see if we can save on gas and slow down global warming with this one after you drop 80-90 g's...Nonetheless dope car, dope concept! Wheeeeewwwww are yall looking at what I'm looking at ummmph...OMG!

Watch A.I. do his thing on the court.......

...yall know I use to be nice on the court(in my day lols)so I came across one of my favorite players in the highlight reel & decided to share...this how we breed 'em from VA...smh

LMAO speaking of Iverson...check this old clip of him talkin about practice...on his VA this is really "smh worthy" kids keep in mind practice makes perfect...although nothing is perfect lols its the strive{IM TRYING TO CREATE A POSITIVE MESSAGE with me people!}

Few Movies for the Valentines' Weekend...

I mean if "scary" is your thing...Friday the often do we get these & we got one in '09...

Confessions of a Shopaholic...lols gets me when the girl says "you speak prada too".

Two Lovers...has my dude Joaquin Phoenix so I prolly hear what is said before I go to the theatre & see it...hoping its good...

The International...appears interesting from what I've read about this drama/action/thriller...

Cam's 1st interview in 2 years...

Crazy night when I was in DC for HU's homecoming & saw this blue Lamborghini & the pink Range Rover outside the club when we let out...same night Cam got shot and drove himself to the ER @ Howard smh...

so yall saw the post I did about Jones, Juelz, & Zeek...& hopefully read about it in the XXL mag on stands now!!!! now click here to listen to Cam'Ron tell his side...

New Weezy F.

Click here to hear Lil' Wayne's new song 'Yeah'. I digg off 1st listen...

New Styles P...'Street Life' track...

My favorite rapper next to Jay-Z...check his new song 'street life' ft. tre williams click here...I co-sign this track...but that goes for almost everything SP the ghost touches{pause} lols...

New Luda video ft. Plies 'Nasty Girl'

if you ain't heard Luda's latest album, 'Theatre of the Mind' don't know whacha missin...lotta features...decent are most of Luda's records...

shouts to the lady in the streets but......yall know the rest! lls

Closest Im Coming to the NIKE boots...unless I give in

...I'm from the Timberland era...I think Nike Boots are kinda fresh but a lil' too brolic for me but idk...They been rockin 'em in DC for mad long but I'm a few miles south from Richmond, VA...idk I may give in soon but it won't an easy task lols...smh these foamdomes are FRESH!

In Heavy Rotation...

Wasn't giving this artist any time @first, but the song kinda grew on me...not to mention he from "the area"...shouts to WALE do ya thing homie!

Monday, February 9, 2009

Swagger Like Us from the Grammys!

...Yall see the Grammys last night?

...okay so in case you missed it... I'll fill you in{in my opinion of course}...basically it goes: it opens with a "good-looking" Whitney Houston{Say NO to drugs!} coming out to present the grammy for R&B album to a well-deserving Jennifer Hudson{whose performance was a bit lackluster but we feel sorry for her & it was emotional no less}...Al Green performed & needed to sit down somewhere! but not to takeaway from his "classic" singing he also took a few grammys... Katy Perry's performance of 'I Kissed a Girl' was suspect like the song smh... Stevie Wonder performed with Jonas Brothers which was jive cool, T.I. & Justin Timberlake did aite together...Coldplay took home a few & graced us with fantastic tunes as they performed also with HOVA...Estelle & Kanye did well together as they performed the 'American Boy' record right before they presented the best new artist award{which Kanye did not shy away from telling the cameras "neither he or Estelle had won before"} to Adele{who sounded pretty good...abt to add her to the Itunes}...maybe they performed in place of Chris Brown & Riahanna due to their "no-show" for reasons still undisclosed (insider: Brown may be facing felony assault & Ri Ri had a few bruises...come to your own conclusions smh) but performances of the night{still my opinion} goto M.I.A.{who was 9mos. pregnant but still showed up to perform} & Kanye, Jay-Z, Lil' Wayne, & T.I. for 'Swagger Like Us' as Queen Latifah deemed them the "Rap Pack" {kinda corny if you ask me but no less its a ploy on the 'Rat Pack' which ft. Sammy Davis Jr., Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, & Peter Lawford} click here for news, photos, and reviews from the people @ AOL.

Thursday, February 5, 2009

If in the 'DMV' area this weekend...

If you happen to be in the Baltimore area Feb 6-8, then stop by and check out the 14th annual BLACK HERITAGE ART SHOW...go to continuance of culture

...I'll be a few miles south in my birthplace out Richmond,VA for VCU homecoming festivities...shouts out to my people that'll be in my city this weekend...2 up 2 down...VCU got N.E.R.D. for the concert whom I saw along with Common for NCSU's homecoming{both acts put on amazing shows...definite cosign}...shouts to my dude DJ Rayvon & the PARCORE team for holding down the nightlife weekend hosting three different nights with 3 different club venues...IT WILL BE POPPIN TRUST! Oh My!{gettin excited on the low lols}

Rick Ross "Mafia Music" vid...50 diss

Song sounds aite to me, although I do need more listens...Also check out what 50 has already done smh... @ my dude MYUSE's blog:

Ross baby moms

Throw on a suit get it tapered up!

...something I came across watching BETJ the other night: Bernard Oyama, the Haberdasher of Harlem. Oyama is the connoisseur of one of the finest quality men’s and women’s apparel and accessories stores in the heart of Harlem. The gallery like interior, with wood floors, walls lined with mirrors and black and white photographs of Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, & Nat King Cole remixing a new Renaissance. This haberdashery is Harlem’s premiere place for luxury suits, shirts, ties, slacks, cuff-links, and sweaters from the B. Oyama Collection. 2330 7th Avenue, (between 136th and 137th Streets), 212.234.5128. Check him out @

Peep the Jay-Z video for 'Change Clothes' too! Classic!

Pondering Thoughts

You know how you think of things and begin to run through questions in your mind and numerous possibilities of how things can/will I guess I've been meaning to post this for awhile & not to damper the "love in the air" atmosphere with Valentines Day fast approaching...I was thinking... What makes girls buy things for guys when THEY HAVE TO KNOW good and well the guy doesn't mean them any good? I know (first-hand) countless stories of dudes(shall remain nameless) who string girls along for whatever they can get out of them(I guess people do this in gen.) especially monetary or material gain. The girls appear as though they're unbeknownst to the fact the guys(in alot of cases not all) are simply using them. Now using people isn't exactly my cup of tea, because I don't believe in being ill-intended towards people since there's this thing called "karma"; however I do feel as though I have the ability to "pull" any woman I want (If I had 5 minutes with Halle Berry, I'd take it & turn it into an hour of dining at a restaurant or a cup of coffee or whatever to further what it is I'm trying to accomplish with her...& physically, mentally, spiritually, etc. {im well-rounded} believe I've got what it takes to "keep her"{esp. they say ;-) }...just a realistic outlook & where my confidence level is don't misconstrue it as cocky...always humble) & out of all the women that I've ever encountered through relationship or association( this is what I call one-and-done) I have yet to just "use" a female to "get fresh" or "fatten my pockets". It makes me wonder why not though because there are apparently females that LOVE to do things like this. I've heard over the phone(dudes will put you on speaker quick silly rabbits) how me & one of my comrades maybe in a particular bind & they'll be like hold on lemme call _______ & then they'll be like yo put sum $$$ in my account & its done just like that no hesitation. Im like wtf & smh because its sometimes a struggle to get a female to give me a stick of gum, more less getting the new "j's" the night they come out & a fresh fit for the weekend, some rims for the car, press box tickets to the game, high label authentic brand clothing or accessories(i.e. Prada, Gucci, Coach-- I've seen them goto the actual store) a 50 or 60 inch HD plasma flatscreen tv (actual accounts true story). Are the guys feeding them lies?(something else I don't believe in doing--I'm very adamant about being myself & keeping it 100 all times) They gotta know something is up, right? Is it only rich girls that do this? Where are these girls at? Are they blinded bc they feel like they're in love with these guys? Do you just like "taking care" of dudes that just "lay-up" on them? (even my mama aint takin care of no grown man that aint doin nothing) Is it something more to the story, like the dudes are doing something for them and I'm not getting all the details? TALK BACK TO ME PEOPLE! Let me know something. If you're in a relationship & gift exchange is something you and your significant other do, then by all means, I'm not knockin your hustle...that's a sign to show that you care for that person or "you holding each other down"...but if you don't "go with a guy" or you "only hear from him when its convenient" or "he's all the time asking for something", shouldn't that TELL you something! It kinda irritates me a little bit to know that some dudes get away with this & that some girls really are THAT STUPID. OMG... But like I said earlier, "CAN'T KNOCK THE HUSTLE"! So to the girls that are victims of this...SMARTEN UP NAS! lls and to my dudes & those like them who getaway with this: PLAY ON PLAYA! LMAO matta fact pass some my way haha I'M TRYNA GET ON MAN! (i could hear summa my dudes quotin HOV now: " I SHOW YOU HOW TO DO THIS SON") ahht well everything is everything I ain't even mad...jus expressin my thoughts...leave comments about what you think...

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

...Anyone know what Ye' was thinking???

The Black art inspired theme is crazy fresh! Wonder what moved him to do a video like this with this particular song??? Hmmm....

...More Black Art Appreciation...

'Sugar Shack' (yall seen this before) of the most popular African American experience pieces...was also exhibited in the television series 'Good Times'
'The Thankful Poor' appreciative of even the small blessings!

piece entitled 'Making Plans' (something we all should be doing)...digg the unity in diversity message!

Black Art: 'You Deserve The World'

Came across this flame artpiece for my sisters entitled ' You Deserve The World' by artist, Kolongi {artist pictured here with one of his hip-hop inspired pieces}. Kolongi emigrated from Barbados with a single purpose to establish himself as an international artist, with the chief focus on original artwork and prints. His work emphasizes the compelling heritage and culture of the African American experience. The diverse subject matter of his work includes Family, Culture, Spirituality and the Black Experience. Kolongi uses oils, on canvas to convey his messages. Kolongi’s motivation is to project positive images. In this way he contributes to the education of all people about the greatness of the African Culture. His motto is “make wise use of your time”.

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Disney set to have a black princess!

Disney is set to release a new film about a Black Princess entitled 'The Frog Princess' this year. Check out the full story here in the archives from the people at MSNBC! Anika Noni Rose (remember her from DreamGirls as the third alongside JHUD & Beyonce) is the star who is supposed to be the voice behind the princess. Smh its about time...LOL the closest we've ever been has been with Princess Jasmine from Aladdin{the game for Sega use to be "like that" too...dont act like im the only one who played it...ok maybe its bc I had supernintendo over sega genesis :-P wateva}.

Some Firsts by African Americans in the U.S....

1st Black President of the United States: Barack Obama, sworn in 2009, elected 2008
Governor(elected): Douglas Wilder 1990-94 of Virginia
Governor (appointed): P.B.S Pinchback served Louisiana from Dec. 9, 1872–Jan. 13, 1873, during impeachment proceedings against the elected governor
Mayor of major city: Carl Stokes served Cleveland, Ohio, 1967–1971. The first black woman to serve as a mayor of a major U.S. city was Sharon Pratt Dixon Kelly, Washington, DC, 1991–1995.
U.S. Representative: Joseph Rainey became a Congressman from South Carolina in 1870 and was reelected four more times. The first black female U.S. Representative was Shirley Chisholm Congresswoman from New York, 1969–1983.
U.S. Senator: Hiram Revels became Senator from Mississippi from Feb. 25, 1870, to March 4, 1871, during Reconstruction. Edward Brooke became the first African-American Senator since Reconstruction, 1966–1979. Carol Mosely Braun became the first black woman Senator serving from 1992–1998 for the state of Illinois.
U.S. cabinet member: Robert Weaver,1966–1968, Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development under Lyndon Johnson; the first black female cabinet minister was Patricia Harris,1977, Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development under Jimmy Carter.
U.S. Secretary of State: Gen. Colin Powell,2001–2004. The first black female Secretary of State was Condoleeza Rice, 2005–2008.


Editor, Harvard Law Review: Charles Hamilton Houston,1919. Barack Obama became the first President of the Harvard Law Review.
Federal Judge:William Henry Hastie, 1946; Constance Baker Motley became the first black woman federal judge, 1966.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice:
Thurgood Marshall, 1967–1991. Clarence Thomas became the second in 1991.

Nobel Peace Prize
Ralph J. Bunche received the prize in 1950 for mediating the Arab-Israeli truce. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., became the second African-American Peace Prize winner in 1964.

Combat pilot:
Georgia-bornEugene Jacques Bullard,1917, denied entry into the U.S. Army Air Corps because of his race, served throughout World War I in the French Flying Corps. He received the Legion of Honor, France's highest honor, among many other decorations.
First Congressional Medal of Honor winner:
Sgt. William H. Carney for bravery during the Civil War. He received the medal in 1900.
Benjamin O. Davis, Sr., 1940–1948.
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff:
Colin Powell, 1989–1993.

Science & Medicine
First patent holder:
Thomas L. Jennings, 1821, for a dry-cleaning process. Sarah E. Goode, 1885, became the first African-American woman to receive a patent, for a bed that folded up into a cabinet.
M.D. degree:
James McCune Smith, 1837, University of Glasgow; Rebecca Lee Crumpler became the first black woman to receive an M.D. degree. She graduated from the New England Female Medical College in 1864.
Inventor of the blood bank:
Dr. Charles Drew, 1940.
Heart surgery pioneer:
Daniel Hale Williams, 1893.
First astronaut:
Robert H. Lawrence, Jr., 1967, was the first black astronaut, but he died in a plane crash during a training flight and never made it into space. Guion Bluford, 1983, became the first black astronaut to travel in space; Mae Jemison, 1992, became the first black female astronaut. Frederick D. Gregory, 1998, was the first African-American shuttle commander.

College graduate (B.A.):
Alexander Lucius Twilight, 1823, Middlebury College; first black woman to receive a B.A. degree: Mary Jane Patterson, 1862, Oberlin College.
Edward A. Bouchet, 1876, received a Ph.D. from Yale University. In 1921, three individuals became the first U.S. black women to earn Ph.D.s: Georgiana Simpson, University of Chicago; Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander, University of Pennsylvania; and Eva Beatrice Dykes, Radcliffe College.
Rhodes Scholar:
Alain L. Locke, 1907.
College president:
Daniel A. Payne, 1856, Wilberforce University, Ohio.
Ivy League president:
Ruth Simmons, 2001, Brown University.


Harriet Wilson, Our Nig (1859).
Lucy Terry, 1746, "Bar's Fight." It is her only surviving poem.
Poet (published):
Phyllis Wheatley, 1773, Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral. Considered the founder of African-American literature.
Pulitzer Prize winner:
Gwendolyn Brooks, 1950, won the Pulitzer Prize in poetry.
Nobel Prize for Literature winner: Toni Morrison,1993.

Music & Dance
Member of the Metropolitan Opera Company:
Marian Anderson,1955.
Male Grammy Award winner:
Count Basie,1958.
Female Grammy Award winner:
Ella Fitzgerald,1958.
Principal dancer in a major dance company:
Arthur Mitchell,1959, New York City Ballet.

Film & Television
First Oscar:
Hattie McDaniel, 1940, supporting actress, Gone with the Wind.
Oscar, Best Actor/Actress:
Sidney Poitier,1963, Lilies of the Field; Halle Berry, 2001, Monster's Ball.
Oscar, Best Actress Nominee:
Dorothy Dandridge, 1954, Carmen Jones.
Film director:
Oscar Micheaux, 1919, wrote, directed, and produced The Homesteader,a feature film.
Hollywood director:
Gordon Parks directed and wrote The Learning Tree for Warner Brothers in 1969.
Network television show host: Nat King Cole,1956, "The Nat King Cole Show"; Oprah Winfrey became the first black woman television host in 1986, "The Oprah Winfrey Show."
Star of a network television show:
Bill Cosby, 1965, "I Spy".

Major league baseball player:
Jackie Robinson,1947, Brooklyn Dodgers.
Elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame:
Jackie Robinson,1962.
NFL quarterback:
Willie Thrower, 1953.
NFL football coach:
Fritz Pollard, 1922–1937.
Golf champion:
Tiger Woods, 1997, won the Masters golf tournament.
NHL hockey player:
Willie O'Ree, 1958, Boston Bruins.
World cycling champion:
Marshall W. "Major" Taylor, 1899.
Tennis champion:
Althea Gibsonbecame the first black person to play in and win Wimbledon and the United States national tennis championship. She won both tournaments twice, in 1957 and 1958. In all, Gibson won 56 tournaments, including five Grand Slam singles events. The first black male champion was Arthur Ashe who won the 1968 U.S. Open, the 1970 Australian Open, and the 1975 Wimbledon championship.
Heavyweight boxing champion:
Jack Johnson,1908.
Olympic medalist (Summer games):
George Poage, 1904, won two bronze medals in the 200 m hurdles and 400 m hurdles.
Olympic gold medalist (Winter games):
Vonetta Flowers, 2002, bobsled.
Olympic gold medalist (Winter games; individual):
Shani Davis, 2006, 1,000 m speedskating.

Other Firsts
1st Black Millionaire:
Madame C.J. Walker
1st Black Billionaire: Bob Johnson, 2001 1st female: Oprah Winfrey, 2003
1st Black Licensed Pilot: Bessie Coleman, 1921
Explorer, North Pole:
Matthew A. Henson, 1909, accompanied Robert E. Peary on the first successful U.S. expedition to the North Pole.
Explorer, South Pole:
George Gibbs, 1939–1941 accompanied Richard Byrd.
Miss America:Vanessa Williams, 1984, representing New York. When controversial photos surfaced and Williams resigned, Suzette Charles, the runner-up and also an African American, assumed the title. She represented New Jersey. Three additional African Americans have been Miss Americas: Debbye Turner (1990), Marjorie Vincent (1991), and Kimberly Aiken (1994).

Glow In The Dark Book...

The only and official record of one of the most highly anticipated tours of the year. Including a USB drive of previously unreleased music, the book is both a memento of the tour and an object conceived by the artist himself—entirely collectible on its own. Appearing alone on stage for almost the entirety of the show with huge Star Wars-inspired spacescapes behind him, West’s Glow in the Dark Tour is both a musical and a visual odyssey of Kanye as a true pioneer. This deluxe landscape volume promises to be yet another creation of this multifaceted artist and will include his original sketches and concepts; 3-D models and construction of the stage; concept art for "J.A.N.E."; costume designs (including his Grace Jones-inspired outfits for opening act Rihanna); and blog of his journey. If you seen the tour...then you know this is about to be dope to add to your collection.

February is Black History Month...

So I feel it necessary not only to highlight and appreciate black culture(we elected a Black President of the United States, Barack Obama during the 2008 election & Black coach Mike Tomlin won the NFL's Superbowl XLIII{43}) but continue to educate & culture ourselves as a people(ALL PEOPLE esp. of Black Descent) so for everyday out the month, we'll compile a list of 28 books to read that embrace the African American "experience" across the diaspora...

1. I Am My Father's Son by Dan Hill
2. Black Boy by Richard Wright
3. Race Matters by Cornel West
4. Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston
5. Why I Love Black Women by Michael Eric Dyson
6. Nappy Hair by Carolivia Herron (recommended for young children)
7. Cassie's Colorful Day by Faith Ringgold (recommended for young children)
8. Kidnapped Prince; The Life of Olaudah Equiano by Olaudah Equiano(teen readers)
9. Remember: The Journey to School Integration by Toni Morrison
10. Souls of Black Folk by W.E.B. DuBois
11. Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison
12. The Covenant by Tavis Smiley
13. The Covenant in Action by Tavis Smiley
14. The Collected Poems of Langston Hughes by Langston Hughes
15. Home to Harlem by Claude McKay
16. The Women of Brewster Place by Gloria Naylor
17. Medical Apartheid: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation from Colonial Times to the Present by Harriet Washington
18. The Coldest Winter Ever by Sister Soljah
19. Chicken Soup for the African American Soul by Jack Canfield
20. Letters to a Young Brother: MANifest Your Destiny by Hill Harper
21. Letters to a Young Sister: DeFINE Your Destiny by Hill Harper
22. Come On People: On the Path from Victims to Victors by Bill Cosby
23. Friends and Lovers by Eric Jerome Dickey
24. Dreams from My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance by Barack Obama
25. Bicycles: Love Poems by Nikki Giovanni
26. Waiting to Exhale by Terry McMillan
27. Roots by Alex Haley
28. The Color Purple by Alice Walker

...last 3 are classic on film too...always recommended to read the book before seeing the movie...this is just a suggested list but make sure you check out these books and more from these authors and others like them...READING IS FUNDAMENTAL! And in the motto of the United Negro College Fund: "A mind is a terrible thing to waste."

Monday, February 2, 2009

In case you missed it...

Welcome back Jennifer!{peep the old post} beautiful dontcha agree???

I predicted this...

Congrats to the 2009 NFL Superbowl XLIII Champion, Pittsburgh Steelers! Shouts to another black coach winning the "big game"(its black History month & we got a black President & a black man won the Superbowl--I love black people!)... Mike Tomlin{pictured center} being the youngest coach in NFL history to win as his Steelers defeated the Arizona Cardinals...smh I told yall this would happen after they beat the Baltimore Ravens(check the old post)...they boasted the #1 defense in the league this year(also had the defensive player of the year, James Harrison # 92, run a 100 yd interception for touchdown before the end of the 1st half as time & "his breath lol" expired)...guess its true defense does win championships huh?!?! Again congrats to both teams for their acheivements, great game!

Doing what he does best...

I been playing this joint everyday for like the past two weeks straight...grown man smooth record(no homo)...kinda music that makes you anticipate more of what's to come...this is def. why he's my favorite here for a listen of Jay Z's new record 'When the Money goes'.