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Ludacris Makes Entire Music Video For His Wack Drake/Big Sean Diss


Ludacris’ Drake/Big Sean diss “Bada Boom” is weak and forgettable. So of course, he pulled a Lil Kim and made a music video for it….

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VIDEO: Amy Winehouse “Our Day Will Come”


Check out the music video for Amy Winehouse’s new single “Our Day Will Come” at BlackYouthProject.com!

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Rihanna’s TALK THAT TALK is the emptiest, shallowest & BEST Pop Album of the Year


Talk That Talk is the probably the best pop album of the year. So If you’re hungry for something of great social and political import, go curl up with some Marx. The rest of us’ll be listening to Talk That Talk. And having FUN.

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NYPD Raids Zuccotti Park; 70 People Arrested!

Hundreds of police officers stormed New York’s Zuccotti Park last night, clearing protesters out of what has been the epicenter of the Occupy movement. Will NYC’s latest attempt at cracking down on Occupy Wall Street stifle the movement? Read more at BlackYouthProject.com!

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Three Black Chess Players Are MASTERS Before Their 13th Birthdays!


Three young African American chess players from the New York-area are officially considered masters of the game, a designation that has been bestowed upon only 2% of the United States Chess Federation’s 47,000 members. Justus Williams, Joshua Colas and James Black Jr. each achieved master status before the age of 13! Read more at BlackYouthProject.com

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VIDEO: Lauryn Hill “Ex-Factor” LIVE

Check out the incomparable Lauryn Hill performing “Ex-Factor” LIVE, at BlackYouthProject.com!

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VIDEO: Fat Joe Says “Gay Mafia” Runs Hip Hop


In a recent interview with Vlad TV, Fat Joe asserted that Hip Hop is run by the “gay mafia.” What the hell is Joey talking about? Read more at BlackYouthProject.com!

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Crips and Bloods Stand TOGETHER At Occupy Atlanta


Crips and Bloods are standing together at Occupy Atlanta! This is precisely why a movement like Occupy is so vital, and why it’s so dangerous to the status quo. People are beginning to see past their petty differences, and find common ground. And a common enemy. Read more at BlackYouthProject.com!

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VIDEO: How “Nuttin’ But A G Thang” Changed America


The second installment of Steve Stoute’s “The Tanning Effect” web series features a fascinating interview with Interscope Records CEO Jimmy Iovine. Iovine details his first meeting with Dr. Dre, describes the similarities between “Nuttin’ But A G Thang” and the Rolling Stone’s “Satisfaction, and how revolutionary and dangerous Dre and Snoop were to mainstream America at the time. Check it out at BlackYouthProject.com!

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VIDEO: Erykah Badu “Tyrone”

Check out Erykah Badu’s unforgettable “Tyrone” at BlackYouthProject.com.

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