Daily Archives: September 16, 2010

Fatima-Warm Eyes

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Dam-Funk produced this Loose Ends type track for Fatima. The sounds also reminds of Thelma Houston’s “You Used To Hold Me So Tight” from ’84 produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. This song is from her Mindtravelin EP.

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Avery Sunshine-Ugly Part Of Me (Live In DC)

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Avery Sunshine is on tour right now and if she’s in your area you need to check her out. Here is she is performing “Ugly Part Of Me” two days ago in DC at Ben’s Next Door.

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Grammy Award Winning Producer Doc Ish To Release The First Treatment

A bit of a transient, Doc Ish is from a little bit of everywhere. Born in Dallas, TX, then onto places such as Virginia, Brooklyn NY, Hartford, CT and everywhere in between. While it seems like he may have seemingly burst onto the scene like a comet thanks to wining a Grammy for producing Eminem’s “We Made You,” Doc actually signed his first deal as a senior in High-School and soon thereafter had the opportunity to work with artists such Heavy D, Kurupt and Foxy Brown to name a few as he developed his craft.

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Real Pimps Stand Up for New Film, “GhettoPhysics”


Left to right: Marty “Mack” Breed , filmmaker William Arntz,
Reginald Simmons, the legendary Fillmore Slim
and bottom Mark “Hook” Russell at screening for “GhettoPhysics”

Holllywood, CA – Filmmakers William Arntz and E. Raymond Brown rocked Los Angeles recently when a cadre of Oakland-based Pimps joined them for a ‘tastemaker’ preview screening of their groundbreaking collaboration “GhettoPhysics.” Based on E. Raymond Brown’s critically acclaimed book, Will the Real Pimps and Hos Please Stand Up – Peeping the Multi-leveled Global Game, “GhettoPhysics” will will be released nationally October 8 and open in Los Angeles October 22 from Captured Light Films and Samuel Goldwyn Films.

E.Raymond Brown and
William Arntz

A powerful documentary feature which mixes political commentary with social awareness and spirituality dynamics, “GhettoPhysics” jumps off the screen with input from Cornel West, Ice T, Too Short, John Perkins, Cynthia McKinney and Norman Lear. A colorful contingent of ‘real life’ pimps also flavor the cast including street legends “The West Coast Godfather of the Game” Fillmore Slim, Hook da Crook, Mac Breed and Lo Da Show.

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Prince Of Broadway (Trailer)

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Prince Of Broadway is a story about two immigrants working in the garment district of New York City who tackle issues of family and success. If Lee Daniels is presenting this film by Sean Baker it must have some kind of thought-provoking qualities.

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