m4s0n501
Tag Archives: Blogging

All Topics

Tag Archives: Blogging

Clip of the Day

BYP Blogger Edward James III Delivers Keynote Address at MLK Breakfast

Our very own Edward James III was the keynote speaker at the 19th annual MLK Day Breakfast in Sarasota this past week. Edward spoke eloquently and passionately about the importance of enterprise and civic engagement to stem the tide of violence and self-destruction in our communities. Check out his riveting speech at BlackYouthProject.com!

Read the rest



Featured Post

Is It Ever OK For White People To Say NIGGER?

Only Black people understand the true power of the word nigger. Does that mean only Black people can say it? Is it EVER ok for white people to say it? Sound off below!

Read the rest



Featured Post

MUSICNEWS: Ice-T Doesn’t Like Hip-POP, Record Execs Trafficking COCAINE, and Rihanna’s New Album

MUSICNEWS: Ice-T Doesn’t Like Hip-POP, Record Execs Trafficking COCAINE, and Rihanna’s New Album Coming Soon…

Read the rest



Featured Post

Why You Should Be Taking Tyler, the Creator and Kreayshawn Seriously

But don’t be fooled. Their success is organic and real; not some record label’s scheme. The rise of artists like Odd Future and Kreayshawn (as well as Lil B and Waka Flocka Flame) is subversive to Hip Hop’s status quo.

Read the rest



Featured Post

Did 3 Little Girls Inspire Lil Wayne’s “How to Love?”

I know the big topic in regards to Lil Wayne is his “beef” with Jay Z and whether Jay will respond and blah, blah, blah. But I want to reexamine a older “diss” that I believe actually lead to Lil Wayne responding albeit in a different way. I like most of you, especially if you […]

Read the rest



Featured Post

THE WEEKND Continues To Astound With New Mixtape “THURSDAY”

Thursday is not a cash grab or some collection of b-sides, and it never feels forced. The Weeknd’s second album is a fully-formed album, thoroughly conceived and well-executed. And considering the fact that it’s being released less than a year after its predecessor, and it’s still really good, I’d say Thursday is a more-than-worthy follow-up.

Read the rest



Featured Post

Not Even Black Toddlers Are Safe From Media Slander

Yes, the CBS station in Chicago chopped up an interview by a 4 year old to make it look like he was a thug in training, when he really wanted to be a police officer. I guess scary black men are an old hat and now we need a new boogie…um…boy. http://youtu.be/mu_LK_iEFE8v Check how the […]

Read the rest



Featured Post

The Era-Defining Legacy of Amy Winehouse

And that’s why Amy Winehouse was so unique, controversial and fascinating. It was impossible to tell where her music ended and her real life began. There was no script. In the words of Erykah Badu, Amy Winehouse was “an analog girl, livin’ in a digital world,” oblivious to the voyeuristic culture of camera flashes and snarky bloggers that surrounded her.

Read the rest



Featured Post

Xclusive Interview with Tazz Daddy, the DJ that Checked Kreayshawn Over the N-Word

Me and the homey Tazz Daddy( Empowerment Speaker, Life Coach, and DJ on Power 99 in Philly) go way back, so when he dropped the video of him asking rapper Kreayshawn of “Gucci Gucci” fame, a very fair and legitimate question about her and her White Girl Mob’s use of the dreaded N-Word, he hit […]

Read the rest



Featured Post

What’s More Dangerous than being a Black Man in America?

First we find out that a young brother in San Francisco was shot in the back by police and killed for not paying bus fare http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J2bMwsF9qp8v

Read the rest