Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Wake Up

LOST - Hang in there Tiger Woods, you're not the first to have a DUI.  Unfortunately the world and culture that you love to involve yourself in, has completely turned their back on you.  They are LOVING this day.  Hopefully you can find yourself and your way back.

Dapper Does It

Dapper ...

Does ...


Saturday, May 27, 2017

Rocks Sweet Soul Brother ... Lenny

Kravitz Rock On ...

Stay Woke

Street renamed in Browder's honor on what would've been his 24th birthday

Kalief Browder, a Bronx, New York, man who committed suicide after spending years in solitary confinement at just 16, will have a street named in his honor.
According to a press release, Council Member Ritchie Torres unveiled the new street sign on what would’ve been Browder’s 24th birthday.
“Renaming a street that will bear his name is not merely an honor for him. It will stand as a moral inspiration to the rest of us,” Torres said Thursday. “The virtue of one’s life is measured by the impact that one has on others. Those of you who knew Kalief are better people for having known him. And those of us who knew of Kalief are better for having been awakened and inspired by his struggle for justice.”

Torres was joined by Council Speaker Mark-Viverito and members of Browder’s family.
“This is our family’s second year, since Kaliefs untimely death [and] dealing with the loss that not only affects us but everyone who took heart to his story,” Browder’s older brother, Akeem Browder said. “And all that will gather for this street re-naming we can all look up and see ‘Kalief Browder Way’ and think of the legacy he left for us to continue.”

Friday, May 26, 2017


Inspiration is the drive that ignites the spark, in your soul, breaking free. #TGIF

Sunday, May 21, 2017


Happy Sunday ...
Remembering GOD's Love
Understanding your worth ...
May GOD Bless us All ...

Friday, May 19, 2017

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Thieves ...

THIEVES in the TEMPLE.  She never knew law like this before.  The Grammy winning R&B star Stephanie Mills has ended her working relationship with music mogul Hiram Hicks, citing financial discrepancies as the reason.

The 60-year-old vocalist, who headlined a sold-out Mother’s Day concert at the Tropicana Showroom in Atlantic City, N.J., on Sunday, tells us Hicks was fired the following day.

“Often times when this happens to an artist, they're embarrassed and don't want anyone to know,” Mills told Confidential. But according to Mills, as a single mother raising a special needs son, she feels a need to show strength where she feels that she's been wronged. She says she's disappointed because she'd "trusted" Hicks. 

Hicks, the former president of Island Black Music, had been managing the singer for 3 1/2 years.  Mills says Universal Attractions will oversee all of her performance dates and concert bookings for the time being. The Brooklyn native tells us she’s weighing her legal options against Hicks and plans to use this opportunity to teach younger artists about the industry.  “I decided to come forward to share this because I want to empower other artists to pay attention to their business affairs,” she said. She says she's grateful that her own business acumen led her to suspect that there were problems in her dealings with Hicks, which led to the severance. 

Mills became a household name over 40 years ago, originating the role of Dorothy in the original Broadway production of “The Wiz,” in which she sang the show’s anthem, “Home.” Her yellow-brick road came full circle in 2015 when she was cast as Aunt Em, opposite Shanice Williams' Dorothy in NBC's live version of “The Wiz.”Hicks denies the story."Your information is incorrect," he wrote in an email. "Ms. Mills and I have an ongoing working relationship".  GUESS the old Goat didn't get the MEMO ... Hicks YOU'RE FIRED!!!  Mills doesn't play when it comes to her coins.

Peaceful Journey

Rest Easy - Damn another GOD gone to Heaven on his terms.  Chris Cornell has died at the age of 52, his representatives have confirmed.

He was best known as the lead singer in Soundgarden and Audioslave, and also performed the theme song to the 2006 James Bond film Casino Royale.

In a statement, Cornell's representative Brian Bumbery said his death was "sudden and unexpected".

It also said the family would be working closely with the medical examiner to determine the cause and asked for privacy.

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Friday, May 12, 2017

Sunday, May 7, 2017


Thank you GOD for the love and constant opportunity that you present in my life.  I am nothing without you and everything because of you. Thank You Thank You Thank You!!!

Friday, May 5, 2017


No matter what, stand strong, stay true to your convictions. #TGIF