You might know I have a show called The Download, which airs weekdays at 2pm EST on ABLRadio.com (#GoThereNowAndDownloadTheApp). And if you’ve heard my show, you’ve heard me proclaim my love for these guys. Read the rest of this entry »
Last week, before the start of the 2013 A3C Festival, Creative Loafing spotlighted 10 members of “Atlanta’s Freshman Class of 2013″ not to be missed during the 300+ performances at the festival. And wouldn’t you know it? Half of the list consisted of cool people I know! (That can’t be a coincidence…)
I don’t get to see my good friend Sylvia Webb anywhere near enough. Read the rest of this entry »
Like many of our peers (self included), my dear, dear friend Nick Love got to a point when, after having established himself in “the game” (in his case, as a label exec), he had grown tired of dealing with a lot of the foolishness that comes with doing business in Hip-Hop. So what did he do?
He created one of the freshest concepts I’ve seen conceptualized and brought to fruition in a minute: ATLBiteLife.com (Foodie News x Restaurant Reviews x Hip-Hop Attitude)
He explains it much better than I can… Read the rest of this entry »
Look: let’s agree on one thing: this whole NYC radio beef thing is a little played out. And I’m almost sure that if we asked radio and TV personality Charlamagne Tha God, he would probably agree with us too.
THAT BEING SAID, there is NO denying that this video clip right here, is the radio beef equivalent of Ether. Read the rest of this entry »
So yeah… if you know me, you know I’ve been trying to bring this site back up and keep it current for some months. The problem is, I’ve been trying to figure out just how to do it, plotting a series of posts so I could turn around and be like “Ta da! There are 30 new posts up on this biotch!”… But who the hell has time to do all these posts at once? Read the rest of this entry »
The Anacaona Foundation – the organization launched by myself, my sister Dr. Didi Saint-Louis and our father Dr. Lafontaine Saint-Louis – is gearing up for its very first year of operation as a 501 (c) (3) and to get the ball rolling, we have partnered with BlackCelebrityGiving.com for our very first initiative.
From Saturday, December 10, 2011 to Tuesday, January 10, 2012, we will be collecting diapers and training pants of all sizes as well as baby wipes to donate to two very worthy causes in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. We are accepting donations in Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, and Phoenix. Read the rest of this entry »