Mar 03

Fundraiser Initiative For EG 2


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Rahiem Shabazz continues the conscience-raising dialogue generated by his acclaimed documentary Elementary Genocide: The School To Prison Pipeline with his equally hard-hitting Elementary Genocide 2: The Board of Education vs The Board of Incarceration. Featuring interviews with noted educator and Black psychologist Dr. Umar Johnson, Chief Juvenile Court Judge Steven C. Teske, fearless former U.S. Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney, former political prisoner and Black Liberation Army co-founder Dhoruba bin Wahad, popular social commentator Dr. Boyce Watkins, award-winning education reformer Dr. Steve Perry and more, The Board of Education vs The Board of Incarceration uncovers the true purpose of today’s educational system and how it’s failing the African child. Going beyond the school-to-prison pipeline headlines and conspiracy theories, The Board of Education Vs. The Board of Incarceration proves that something sinister is afloat by digging deep to explore its origin, its existence and how to plot its destruction to save every Black child.



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The first installment of Elementary Genocide has educated parents, teachers, and families nationwide on the injustice directed at African American and Latino youth in the public school system. With your contribution to Elementary Genocide 2: The Board of Education vs The Board of Incarceration we can reclaim our young men and women to ensure a better future for our youth. Elementary Genocide has proven to be an influential documentary that offers solutions to facilitate change around the country.

Feb 20

Ja-Rule: Back From The Brink


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Overcoming adversity isn’t as straightforward as some people may make out. And the issue seems to be magnified when you’re a global superstar with the status of Ja Rule.

Over the last year 4 years, West Coast rapper Ja Rule has seen his career hit some serious bumps. After several publicized fallouts with fellow musicians like Lil’ Mo, 50 Cent and Foxy Brown, the 38-year-old star then faced one of the biggest hurdles of his life.

In 2011 he was sentenced to 28 months in prison for tax evasion as reported by MTV. He would have to serve the majority of that sentence in the Metropolitan Detention Center, Brooklyn before eventually being released on July 28, 2013.

Upon his release many naysayers were questioning whether it was only a matter of time before Ja Rule was incarcerated again. However, this was never an option for the one time successful rapper as he was plotting his rehabilitation.

As he began to get his life back on track many expected Ja Rule to use his music as a vehicle to get him focused on the things that mattered. However, this wasn’t the case, as a chance meeting with professional poker player Phil Ivey was to change his life forever.

Ivey, who is a future Hall of Famer, has a penchant for cash games, and it was through an impromptu game, that Ja Rule happened to be present at, which brought the two together. Ever since that the two have been seen at professional tournaments together.

For a solid 12-months, Ivey was mentoring Ja Rule, helping him with all aspects of the game as Ivey traveled the world playing the sport he loves. As Ja Rule followed him, Ivey also introduced him to the realms of online gaming ? something that isn’t afforded to most Americans due to the Black Friday coo which took down all of the sites back in 2013. But in other parts of the world, this hasn’t been a problem since the first casino portal went live in 1997 through InterCasino.

This allowed Ivey to help Ja Rule with the fundamentals of the game without having external factors such as intimidation and heckling affecting the way Ja Rule perceived the game. After the aforementioned 12-months of learning, Ivey set Ja Rule loose on professional tables and the rapper has never looked back.

Since then it has even been reported that he’s launched his own official poker site off the back of his love for the game. Unfortunately, for music fans of the rapper it means that any plans of a new album have been shelved for the time being. But with this renewed focus, we’re sure it won’t be long before we see a new album from the Queens rapper.

Feb 19

New Music: DJ EFN Ft. Troy Ave, Scarface & Stalley – “Who’s Crazy?”


New leak off of DJ EFN’s upcoming project “Another Time” available March 3rd. The single, “Who’s Crazy?” features Troy Ave, Scarface and Stalley. The trio address the civil unrest that was sparked around the country in response to the senseless killings of unarmed youth. Let the revolution begin.

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Feb 18

New Music: Bobby Shmurda Ft. French Montana x Rowdy Rebel “Right Now”

french-montana-bobby-shmurda-rasha-entertainmentDespite Bobby Shmurda and Rowdy Rebel being incarcerated we are gifted with an unreleased track featuring French Montana. These boys burn it down, “Right Now”.

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Feb 18

New Music: Fred The Godson x Joell Ortiz – “Barbarians”

FredTheGodson-JoellOrtiz-BarbariansNew York City lyrical titans Fred The Godson and Joell Ortiz trade bars on “Barbarians”. The two gifted rappers goes in on the Heatmakerz produced track. Be on the look out for Fred’s forthcoming mixtape, “Contraband 2“.

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Feb 18

Azealia Banks Believes All Men Hate Dark Skin Woman

Azealia-Banks-Rants-Rasha-EntertainmentDuring slavery there was a deep seated hatred for dark skin due to the indoctrination by the Europeans settlers and slave master. Most will argue such racism and hatred exist today, even amongst Blacks. Documentaries such as Dark Skin exposes such stereotypes and ask the questions about the taboo of having dark skin.


Most brothers I know love our melaninated sisters and the way the sun glistens off their skin. But, rapper Azealia Banks feels a different way. What are thoughts?


Feb 18

New Music: Dipset – “Do Something”

dipset-do-something-rasha-entertainmentFlex drops the bomb and Harlem’s own Dipset rides the rhythm on “Do Something“. I guess? this is the prelude and what can be expected on the Pledge Allegiance mixtape and tour.

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Feb 17

Dope Music Alert: Cuzzo Ton – Free Yourself

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The Richmond, VA native Cuzzo Ton’s brand of artistry extends beyond the underground and is now reaching the masses. Whether rapping about life in the inner city as a youth, living in the Gilpin Court housing projects, or espousing on social woes of the world on “How I Feel” Cuzzo’s continues to prove he is a force to be reckoning with.

Free Yourself is a 19-track collective is laced with features from Unithia, Rey Fonder and TeesahWhitley.

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