The inevitable is coming. Saturday night will be here before you know it! Are you prepared for the club?
Unsung is a television show that tells the story of otherwise forgotten groups. This is the story of Lavender, Teddy Bear, Slim, and Lazy Ruffin, better known as The Hasbeens.
Follow Captain Cockblock and Super Save-A-Ho on their never-ending journey of disappointment and frustration. It’s their job to save these hos, and they never fail.
With the recent passing of Blaque’s Natina Reed, it was on my heart to honor her. She was always my favorite, and it’s partly because she reminded me of Left Eye. The L in TLC left the earth on April 25, 2002, but her presence is still very felt, evident by everyone from musicians to average Joes. I love her way too much to not acknowledge the blatant swagger-jacking, so…….The #WordEyeHeard Presents: Top 5 People Who Owe Left Eye a Check
Ever since Drake made the phrase YOLO popular, people have been doing stupid things in the spirit of “only living once.” Well this is definitely life imitating art, because some of our favorite television shows and movies have been living that “YOLO” life way before the Young Money rapper made it popular to do so. So….The #WordEyeHeard Presents: Top 5 On-Screen YOLO Moments…
With technology has come a term I like to call “Thumb Thugging.” Everyone is a gangster on Facebook and Twitter, when you meet in person, things get real. Real quiet. And what happens when studio gangsters finally come face to face with their nemesis? Usually a bunch of nothing. So…. The Word Eye Heard Presents: Top 5 Fights That Never Happened
Ray Lavender and I met in Toledo, Ohio and discussed his hit single “My Girl Gotta Girlfriend,” his new company Global Artist Group, and new hot single “We Love.”
Instead of highlighting gang activity or which chick slapped who, the Hough Salvation Army in Cleveland is shedding light on positivity. They’re having a basketball game to raise money for their incoming college freshmen.
If you have been affected by addiction in any way, I hope my mother’s story of her 23 year drug use helps you.
Cleveland rapper Chick da Flyest discusses everything from why he makes music, to what he plans on doing with the money he’ll make off his success.