Daily Archives: February 7, 2012

Stalley-The Making Of Savage Journey To The American Dream

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Stalley shares some behind the scenes footage of his Savage Journey To The American Dream being mixed by Young Guru.

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Locksmith-Illuminati

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“Illuminati” is from Locksmith’s Labyrinth album that’s coming out in March.

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Plug 1 & Plug 2-Must B The Music

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“Must B The Music” is the first single from Plug 1 and Plug 2’s First Serve project. The single comes out March 26th and the album hits stores April 1st.

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Torae On Spittin’ In Da Wip

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NYC underground rapper Torae promotes his For The Record debut in the car with with Crazy Al Cayne on “Spittin’ In Da Wip.”

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Black Men’s Xchange Founder Cleo Manago Outs GLAAD As Blackophobic !

Washington, DC – As the founder and national organizer of the Black Men’s Xchange (BMX), the nation’s oldest and largest community-based movement for same gender loving (SGL), gay-identifying and bisexual African-descended males and allies, the actions of GLAAD raise great concern to me. A predominantly White organization, GLAAD may want to consider changing their name to the GLKKK as I continue to find many of their actions and reactions “Blackophobic” in nature. This new scenario targeting Roland S. Martin is just another case in point!

Cleo Manago


I believe that GLAAD, or the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, has been using the media to lynch a disproportionate number of well known Black men in recent years. These men include Tracy Morgan, Isaiah Washington, Kobe Bryant, Barrack Obama, and T.I. along with several others. We can now add TV ONE host and CNN contributor Roland S. Martin to the list.

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