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Mikey Jay feels like a Goddd in the club

mikey jayThere’s Jay-Z, Diddy, Fat Joe, and then there’s Mikey Jay. For those that have been sleeping under a rock for the past 15+ years let’s acquaint and or reacquaint you with the hardest working, most generous yet slept on artist in the industry. Mikey Jay is not your average celebrity or public figure. Mikey Jay is a Native American-Trinidadian and African American mainstream recording artist, music producer, actor, clothing line owner, film producer, film financier, civil rights activist, fathers rights activist, said  philanthropist and community activist from the Southeast Bronx section of New York City. He is the true definition of a mogul. Although he was born in Harlem and raised in the South Bronx, (more…)

13 July 2016 Media  News Read more

Donell Jones introduces new single

Donell JonesBorn May 22, 1973 in Chicago, Donell Jones grew up in a family of musicians. His father was a gospel vocalist who inspired his son to pursue his passion from a young age. As he grew older, Jones became involved in the gang culture of Chicago’s infamous South Side. His mother bought him an electric guitar when he was 14, which, according to Jones, helped reaffirm his passion for music and ultimately kept him off the streets.
Jones met Eddie “Eddie F” Ferrell, president of Untouchables Entertainment and former member of hip-hop group Heavy D & The Boyz, in the early ’90s, and the two formed a partnership with LaFace Records. Jones went on to pen the 1994 Usher hit “Think of You.” LaFace execs L.A. Reid and Babyface saw something in the young songwriter and gave him the green light to pursue a solo project.
Jones’ debut album, My Heart, peaked at No. 30 on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. It was anchored by the success of the Stevie Wonder cover “Knocks Me Off My Feet.”
He had quickly become recognized for his songwriting abilities, having written the 702 song “Get It Together” and Drea’s “Not Gonna Letcha.” With a successful songwriting career well underway, Jones returned in 1999 with Where I Wanna Be. It produced the No. 1 hits “Where I Wanna Be” and “U Know What’s Up,” which features TLC’s Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes. The latter track sat on the Billboard charts for eight weeks and helped Jones win an American Music Award for Best New R&B Artist. Where I Wanna Be sold more than 1 million copies.
His third album, Life Goes On, hit No. 3 on the Billboard 200 and went gold.
After a few years off, Jones returned in 2006 with Journey of a Gemini, which was a huge success. It peaked at No. 1 and No. 15 on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and Billboard 200, respectively. A hits compilation was issued the following year and Jones subsequently parted ways with LaFace.
Jones released The Lost Files, a collection of unreleased songs, in 2009. He then signed with the independent label eOne Music and released Lyrics in 2010 and Forever in 2013. In both albums Jones performed, wrote and produced nearly every track.
Jones performs steadily throughout the United States and abroad.

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Adeezy Da Don

adezzy da donAndrew Grant better known as Adeezy Da Don is an entertainer born in Phoenix, AZ. He was first motivated by family members to express his passion for music. At a very young age of fourteen he was introduced to drugs, gangs, and violence. Within the same year he was involved in an altercation that caused him to serve almost one year in a juvenile detention center that changed his life forever.

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Putt Away Cancer is Saving Lives on Birthday at a Time

WazzupTonight | PuttAwayCancerPutt Away Cancer, founded by Marissa McKinnies,  is an organization that believes in raising community awareness about the many needs of cancer patients. “My sister, Leilani Davis,  was diagnosed by cancer,” Marissa explains. “I wanted to do something to honor her, because cancer is a terrible disease that wreaks havoc on the patient’s mental, physical, and emotional being. It also attacks the patient’s & their families’ financial resources. I decided to donate my birthday for a golf tournament to raise awareness and funds for cancer research.” Donate a birthday?! Hearing that brings a tear to the eye. You always hear someone donating time, money, but your birthday? That’s very inspiring. Marko Belinelli

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Klearance Kween Saving money while staying trendy

Klearance kween While strolling online, I happened to crawl across this young lady. I’ve always wanted to know the art to couponing, because you watch tv and other things and see them coming out with boxes and boxes of stuff and not pay full price. So I had to come across Ms. Klearance Kween.

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