This guy raps about curret events and all the police brutality black people are facing in today’s world. He keeps it straight 100 and has hella bars. This joint goes hard and it is right on time with the emotions of the black community. I’m feeling this one. Press play above and give it a listen.
The cast of “Power” sits down on the Wendy Williams Show to talk about the upcoming third season of the popular Starz series. You can expect more betrayal, raunchiness, and suspense. The first episode of the 3rd season begins this Sunday.
Bikers on the Baltimore streets run a muck and create havoc. The bikers are seen riding reckless through the streets and causing confusion for innocent passerbys. It’s a dangerous situation as the bikers zip through traffic, popping wheelies and doing tricks or stunts.
Rich Chigga is a new different type of artist. He’s a 16-year old asian guy, who raps. He created a video titled, Dat $tick, which has over 4 million views on YouTube. Rappers Ghostface Killah, Cam’ron, Desiigner, Tory Lanez and more watch the video for the first time and react.
During an interfaith memorial service for the slained five Dallas police officers last week, former President George Bush is seen singing and dancing boyishly along with the choir as they honor the officers. He creates an awkward moment as he joyfully moves about, while holding the first lady, Michelle Obama, hand and his wife, Laura Bush, hand.
The former President sways back and fourth jovially and even bears a grin on his face, despite the unfortunate circumstances. His fun, free-spirited mood gets a smirk from Michelle and even President Barack Obama, takes a peek to see what all the commotion is about.
It’s a little zany, but ole Georgie boy might be losing a few marbles. He’s getting older and age may be taking toll on the former POTUS. If this is the case, then we can’t blame him for his erratic behavior. If this is not the case and he’s just trying to lighten the mood, then it’s not the right time or place to uplift spirits. He should stay in a somber mood, so he doesn’t offend the families of the victims, because this seems tactless.