How To Become A Successful New Artist | Money Management With Ryan Leslie How To Make A Million @RyanLeslie WATCH


Ryan Leslie On Hot97 With Ebro, Laura, and Rosenberg

Having been contacted by Ryan’s people to join a few months ago about this idea of his, I say it’s pretty legit. At the time, I was not ready for what they were asking, however, it seems like a great idea. If it fits you, as a new, talented artist willing to work, go for it! For me, it sounded great, if you’re wondering why I didn’t go forth, it was because I’d recently went through a big loss and was recovering from it, and still is. I wasn’t ready, but for new artist reading this, I’d say give him a call, there is no hurt in trying.

Ryan Leslie’s number: +1-915-600-6978

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This passionate Harvard graduate, singer-songwriter is serious about his business. Watch as he schools Hot97 on what it means to get money, keep money and make more money as a new artist, entrepreneur, and business person. He introduces a new way to know who your consumers are and how to capitalize off of knowing. Watch below…

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Ledisi Shows Us Her New Love In Her New Video “Like This” Directed By Ron T. Young @Ledisi @RonTYoung WATCH:


After the hit record; “I Blame You” and the explosive performance on Black Girls Rock, Ledisi releases a new video starring the new love in her life, who also directed the video and plays her “love interest” in the video Ron T. Young, an actor and photographer. Ledisi let’s the people in on what her life looks like when she’s in love. While the video scenes may be acting and for dramatic effect, the evident love the couple have for each other is undeniable.

I think Ledisi’s got another hit…what about you?


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Writer: tahir register

Date: sept. 15, 2014


IF the blurred picture above showing a man with his brains splattered from being shot in the head, left dead in the middle of the street disturbs you, it should! If not, I fear you will not appreciate this article. We are killing our society!

For years now we’ve been introduced to this disgusting behavior. People posting murders, fights, abuse, animal cruelty and more have been a fad of social media for way too long! Even writing this article disturbs me as it is adding to the desensitizing of our people, however, learn from this article and take it for exactly what it is, which is awareness and a solution to this epic problem.


While posting murder videos/pictures similar to the blurred image above are seen fewer than most, it is still a problem. It must be stopped! We must stop! While some people have great intentions to post videos to show the evils of the world, some with messages; “this is disgusting”, “pray”, “how could he/she” etc. understand that posting DOES NOT HELP THE CAUSE! It further desensitizes us. We should never be used to seeing the evils of the world, yes they happen, but we should feel aggressively abhorred when we see it, and having videos online as if its the craze of the week has, and will continue to force us to see murder and more as something less than horrifying. “It’s the constant that kills the conscience.” -T.C.R

We are truly destroying our community. There are 1000s of videos with Afrikan American women and men fighting and abusing each other. We laugh, share, play and replay these videos, for others, and alone to ourselves as a nightly laugh, and we rally at who’s winning and who deserved what. This is a major issue! Many are already completely desensitized to this viral epidemic spreading around the Afrikan community in America, more specifically your neighborhood. It has gotten to the point that people now, almost instinctively revert to their cell phones whenever they see, or are in a fight with the intention of recording and going viral. Many have been seen saying things like; “World star hip hop here we come”, “This is going online” etc. While sites like World Star Hip Hop are not solely to blame, the fact that people have verbalized what seems to be a massive agreement, is a sickening issue for Afrikan Americans and we most follow with solutions to fix this virus.

In my rage, I decided to research what I know to be true about the unfortunate mentality of my ancestors that has been passed on to their offspring, and in to the minds of many us today. Quotes like; “I am here to help you solve some of your problems with slaves”, out of the vile mouth of willie lynch in 1712, came to mind. 302 years ago, murderer, slave owner, and evil incarnate willie lynch gave a speech detailing; a way to keep Afrikans enslaved “for 300 years”. 302 years later, many “techniques” he developed have unfortunately stayed with us and are extremely evident today. For example, here’s an excerpt from his speech;

wl2Above are the exact words he spoke, highlighted are what still remains in 2014. He outlined common differences among Afrikan slaves and amplified them to keep the race enslaved hundred of years later.


Shocking isn’t it? We are constantly showing and proving his words. We have all seen in movies, social media, and in person these kinds of differences that divide us. We’ve all been victim to these theories. We fight each other, we kill each other, and we degrade each other for many of the things planted in our heads, and today we remain distrustful of each other. We are constantly posting videos of one another fighting and presenting to the world a savage-like version of ourselves. We are unaware of our mental enslavement so much so that I know for a fact that most of you reading this will not understand. How could you? It’s unbelievable, but It must STOP!


The solution? Stop posting, and re-posting videos of this nature. While there are more problems bigger than this social media epidemic, this is one we can control. We’ve got to start somewhere. If you see someone post a distasteful video, ask them to take it down, report them and the video, and clean up the social web. It’s not enough to remove them from your friends list. We are each others keepers, look out for the generation of your own before you and after you because we are all effected by the evils of the world, but we can all change it! Educate, make yourself aware, and share with others the truth. We are our past, and in order to know were we are going, it is imperative that we know where we are from.

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“DEAR WHITE PEOPLE” A New Truthtaire In Theaters Oct. 17th A Black Face In A White Place @DearWhitePeople LOOK


Comedy and truth at it’s best, and I’ve only seen the trailer! The BLACK Media has invented a word to describe this kind of film. A combination of TRUTH and SATIRE to create Truthtire.

DEAR WHITE PEOPLE is not just your average film. The trailer for this film came out in May of 2012. The shockingly honest and comedic trailer catapulted the movement to the viral atmosphere. Stephanie Allain, executive producer, remembers talking to hollywood asking humbly; “Who wants this?”. Writer and director Justin Simien a_560x0recollects being really excited to have one big time studio actually green light the project. In his excitement he left his day job and focused fully on his directorial debut. Unfortunately that offer was withdrawn and it left everyone, especially Justin, devastated. Thanks to executive producer Stephanie Allain, and prayer, I’m sure, they were able to meet with a different high powered studio rep. who’d seen the trailer thanks to his daughter. Two years later this film is ready for the big screen!

The unexpected election of activist Samantha White (Tessa Thompson) as head of a traditionally black residence hall sets up a college campus culture war that challenges conventional notions of what it means to be black. While Sam leverages her notoriety as host of the provocative and polarizing radio show “Dear White People” to try to prevent the college from diversifying Armstrong Parker House, outgoing head-of-house Troy Fairbanks (Brandon P. Bell), son of the university’s dean (Dennis Haysbert), defies his father’s lofty expectations by applying to join the staff of Pastiche, the college’s influential humor magazine. Lionel Higgins (Tyler James Williams), an Afro-sporting sci-fi geek, is recruited by the otherwise all-white student newspaper to go undercover and write about black culture—a subject he knows little about—while the aggressively assimilated Coco Conners (Teyonah Parris) tries to use the controversy on campus to carve out a career in reality TV.

But no one at Winchester University is prepared for whitePastiche’s outrageous, ill-conceived annual Halloween party, with its “unleash your inner Negro” theme throwing oil on an already smoldering fire of resentment and misunderstanding. When the party descends into riotous mayhem, everyone must choose a side.

- http://www.DearWhitePeople.Com/Synopsis

Check out the official trailer below:

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Faith Evan’s Releases New R&B Smash “I Deserve It” Music Video Directed by Derek Blanks @FaithEvans @DBlanks WATCH


Faith Evans “I Deserve It” Feat. Missy Elliott And Sharaya J

This new record by Faith Evans came at a perfect time! We all have said, or heard someone say, when is real R&B coming back? Who better to bring it full circle then the legendary trailblazers of R&B Missy Elliot and Faith Evans? Newark, New Jersey born Faith Evans is giving the people what they expect from her with the return of Missy Elliot still killing the rap game and introducing her new artist, also from Jersey by way of Jersey City, Sharaya J, who funks it up with a nice speed rap outro, this is the song we’ve been waiting for.

This new song is the best record to begin a new season, we bumped all summer to it, bought it on iTunes and now we can enjoy the visuals. The video was shot and directed by Derek Blanks in HotLanta! The comical story telling music video is the great cherry on top. Keep blazing the track ya’ll and watch the video below!

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