Get Ready For A Very “Merry Christmas Lil’ Mama”

In a recent Rap-Up interview earlier this month, producer, Bongo ByTheWay, revealed that Chance the Rapper and Jeremih will be following up their 2016 Christmas mixtape Merry Christmas Lil’ Mama with an actual Christmas album this holiday season of the same name. The album is said to have a mixture of original tracks and remakes of classic Christmas songs. I love Chance the Rapper so … Continue reading Get Ready For A Very “Merry Christmas Lil’ Mama”

Demi Performs “Sorry Not Sorry” at the 2017 AMAs

Due to me traveling and moving around nonstop for the Thanksgiving holiday, I realized that I missed this year’s American Music Awards; which honestly isn’t an award show I’m usually excited for anyway. But, I found out that Demi Lovato performed her song “Sorry Not Sorry” this year, and let me tell you, I have been playing the heck out of this song for the … Continue reading Demi Performs “Sorry Not Sorry” at the 2017 AMAs

Time To Suit Up With Dribble2much!

Now even though everyone is still sitting around eating holiday leftovers and watching football, we are in the midst of basketball season, I have gem for all you athletes out there! Earlier this month, Johnny Stephene, AKA Dribble2much, released his basketball-inspired album, “Locker Room.” By day, Stephene is a passionate, ball-handling pro, and is the founder and CEO of HandleLife, a sports training and lifestyle … Continue reading Time To Suit Up With Dribble2much!

Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving everybody! I hope you are all spending today with your loved ones and making multiple plates! Here are a few family-friendly throwbacks you can add to your playlist today while you finish cooking, eating, and having a good time with your family. Sending love to everyone!   Let’s be corny for a second..Post below about something you are thankful for! 😉 Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving!

I Love Black People: NMAAHC “Musical Crossroads”

Hey everybody! This is just a quick post of me gushing over what I experienced at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. the other day. So, because my professor is the G.O.A.T. (shout out to Professor Williams-Johnson!), my Social & Internet Marketing class was able to go to the NMAAHC before opening hours and take a tour of the … Continue reading I Love Black People: NMAAHC “Musical Crossroads”