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Knicks Owner James Dolan Treated Charles Oakley, Like Donald Trump Would

  OPINION – As a lifetime Knicks fan (yes, I know I have issues for continuing to be a Knick fan) the events that led up to retired Knicks player Charles Oakley has resulted in one of the darkest movements in Knicks history under owner James Dolan’s regime. From the facts that were presented, Oakley walked […]

Old School Video of The Week: Mic Geronimo – “It’s Real”

  The year was 1994 when Mic Geronimo released the single, “It’s Real”, which is the censored version of “Shits Real” off his debut album The Natural. 1994 was an extensive year for hip-hop and argumentatively one of the best years of the genre. Mic Geronimo not only contributed to hip-hop in that year, but […]

Wait A Minute, Some Are Still Dragging Mariah Carey?

OPINION – It has been a few days since Mariah Carey’s dreadful performance during New Year’s Eve that left those who watched it horrified at how Carey’s vintage and accomplished voice appeared to be noticeably absent. Well, Carey’s camp is blaming technical problems that the show producers were allegedly aware of at the time. Carey’s […]

Old School Video of The Week: George Michael & Mary J. Blige – “As”

With another shocking loss to the 80’s icons, this time with the departure of George Michael on Christmas Day has left the world stunned. Michael passed away at the age of 53 years old and is added to the list of many artists who have passed on at such a young age in 2016. George […]

George Karl Is Blaming Absentee Fathers, Instead of His Mediocre Coaching

OPINION – There are always occasions when people write autobiographies and “spill the tea,” so to speak, where they highlight things that occur in their lives while blasting others in the process. In the case of former NBA coach George Karl, he attempted to do the same thing in his latest autobiography, entitled Furious George. […]

Podcast Guest Appearance: The Starting 5 Show

Once again, I made a guest appearance on Mayor Dan’s and JP’s podcast entitled, The Starting 5 Show. We discuss an array of topics, but the highlights were the murder of Joe McKnight, and the suicide of former running back Rashaan Salaam and more. Follow The Starting 5 Show at SoundCloud. You can also email […]

Old School Video of The Week: Samuelle – “So You Like What You See”

  The year was 1990 when former Club Nouveau member Samuelle released the single, “So You Like What You See,” off his debut and only album entitled, Living In Black Paradise. “So You Like What You See” was even more popular in later years, and was featured in the video game Grand Theft Auto: San […]

Note To Social Media: Hillary Clinton Lost, Time To Regroup

OPINION – November 8th came and went, and the outcome of the Presidential Election shocked a lot of people, with Donald Trump winning the Presidency. I thought Hillary Clinton was going to win and the nation isn’t that silly to elect a failed businessperson who has filed for bankruptcy on numerous occasions. Also, a man […]

Old School Video of The Week: Stephanie Mills – “Never Knew Love Like This Before”

The year was 1980 when Stephanie Mills released the single, “Never Knew Love Like This Before” off of Mills fourth album entitled Sweet Sensation. Mills would go on to have an illustrious career that would span over seventeen albums. Mills will garner a few number one hits, American Music Awards and Grammys along the way. […]

Book Review: Angie Martinez – “My Voice”

Growing up during the golden age of hip-hop has its perks in today’s climate. I feel those who were around from the beginning of the culture appreciate the past more than ever, especially as the culture changes in the present. During my time analyzing how hip-hop culture coincides with the radio would be the most […]

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10 Reasons Your Church Could Be in Decline

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Mountains of debt, significantly plummeting church attendance and membership, and uninspired members: fundamental signs your church is in decline or failing. Do the members of your church have nostalgia for “the good old days” instead of enjoying the present and looking forward to the future? Unfortunately, too many church leaders are unwilling to engage honestly […]

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Top 10 Things I Hope I Won’t See in 2016

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  The New Year has taken shape and New Year resolutions have also been announced. Without further ado Happy New Year! I have a few resolutions, but this blog post isn’t about me on a personal level. I just wish everyone peace, good health and prosperity. Avoiding certain events and actions, is what I want, […]

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GoFundMe Is Becoming, The Internet Version of Panhandling

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  OPINION- When I’m on social media it is for a few reasons, which are to post mainly an update to this blog, upload a few pictures, like everyone’s new baby pictures (I love the bundles of joy), interact with associates, friends and family. I also usually partake in some foolery and discussing series topics, […]

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Don’t Blame It on the Alcohol

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When you do stupid stuff under the influence of alcohol, don’t blame it on the alcohol—blame it on your own stupid self! Alcohol has to take the blame for far too many things that it is not causing. Alcohol does not make people do stupid things—people do stuff things because they want to do them. […]

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Rappers Are Dying Young: Time To Focus On Preventive Healthcare

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OPINION- Another rapper has died who did not reach the age of 50. Sean Price, who I loved, from the rap duo Helter Skelter passed away in his sleep, recently. Rappers dying at a young age has been a reoccurring theme in the hip-hop community for quite some time, but it’s a cause for alarm. I […]

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Knicks Owner James Dolan Treated Charles Oakley, Like Donald Trump Would

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  OPINION – As a lifetime Knicks fan (yes, I know I have issues for continuing to be a Knick fan) the events that led up to retired Knicks player Charles Oakley has resulted in one of the darkest movements in Knicks history under owner James Dolan’s regime. From the facts that were presented, Oakley walked […]

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George Karl Is Blaming Absentee Fathers, Instead of His Mediocre Coaching

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OPINION – There are always occasions when people write autobiographies and “spill the tea,” so to speak, where they highlight things that occur in their lives while blasting others in the process. In the case of former NBA coach George Karl, he attempted to do the same thing in his latest autobiography, entitled Furious George. […]

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Old School Video of The Week: Samuelle – “So You Like What You See”

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  The year was 1990 when former Club Nouveau member Samuelle released the single, “So You Like What You See,” off his debut and only album entitled, Living In Black Paradise. “So You Like What You See” was even more popular in later years, and was featured in the video game Grand Theft Auto: San […]

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Note To Social Media: Hillary Clinton Lost, Time To Regroup

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OPINION – November 8th came and went, and the outcome of the Presidential Election shocked a lot of people, with Donald Trump winning the Presidency. I thought Hillary Clinton was going to win and the nation isn’t that silly to elect a failed businessperson who has filed for bankruptcy on numerous occasions. Also, a man […]

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Knicks Owner James Dolan Treated Charles Oakley, Like Donald Trump Would

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  OPINION – As a lifetime Knicks fan (yes, I know I have issues for continuing to be a Knick fan) the events that led up to retired Knicks player Charles Oakley has resulted in one of the darkest movements in Knicks history under owner James Dolan’s regime. From the facts that were presented, Oakley walked […]

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Old School Video of The Week: Mic Geronimo – “It’s Real”

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  The year was 1994 when Mic Geronimo released the single, “It’s Real”, which is the censored version of “Shits Real” off his debut album The Natural. 1994 was an extensive year for hip-hop and argumentatively one of the best years of the genre. Mic Geronimo not only contributed to hip-hop in that year, but […]

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Wait A Minute, Some Are Still Dragging Mariah Carey?

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OPINION – It has been a few days since Mariah Carey’s dreadful performance during New Year’s Eve that left those who watched it horrified at how Carey’s vintage and accomplished voice appeared to be noticeably absent. Well, Carey’s camp is blaming technical problems that the show producers were allegedly aware of at the time. Carey’s […]

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