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Yeezy gone Cray

Has Kanye Found His Mind Has Kanye really been used to spread right-wing political propaganda? Or, has he been exactly what the masses believe him to be, Cray?  Kanye "Yeezy" West has shown the world he has lost his marbles since the passing of his mother . Blaming himself for her death, Kanye never got over her passing. Fast forward 11 years after her death and after marrying into Kris Jenners' family, he starts making obscene remarks such as, "Slavery was a choice," and his incessant rant in the Oval Office, praising the racist Orange. Was it his review of what the whole world saw that finally snapped him to? Or is this another setup. Reading the replies to his latest tweet, you see a mixture of different attitudes towards Kanye, but none more than the two rhetoric: pro-black anti-Trump and right-wing privilege Whites who feel as if their sovereignty is being attacked. My eyes are now wide open and now realize I’ve been used to sp

Nicki Minaj steals from legend Tracy Chapman

Tracy Chapman files litigation against Nicki Minaj for Copyright Infringement Nicki Minaj has been caught sampling without permission. Tracy Chapman has denied different requests to have her one of her songs sampled by the female hip-hop artists. Minaj's unreleased track "Sorry" takes lyrics and vocal melody from Chapman's 1988 hit "Baby Can I Hold You," and would not have been an issue had it stayed unreleased. Yet, the lawsuit accuses the artist of the recently released album Queen,  to have given a known New York DJ a copy. They then played the track on a radio station and posted on social media accounts, making it released.  Nicki's team has not released a statement. This just goes to show that no matter how far up the ladder you go you must cover all your bases. The law says that if you sample someone's art you must give that person credit, if that person, or label, clears the sample or feature or track. So, if you pay for a

African American Voter Suppression in 2018

Since 1870, African americans were exposed to all kinds of heinous schemes in order to keep them from making it to the Voting Polls. Some were harassed some were murdered. Some were courageous and some were discouraged, but it never failed. Any black person that thought of taking their destiny in their own hands, were met with extreme resistance. Notice I said Since 1870. It's 2018 and nothing has changed. Almost 150 years after Blacks were GRANTED the PRIVILEDGE to vote and we are still being harassed. October 16th 2018, Voting Enthusiast group Black Voters Matter was conducting a transportation service for African American Senior Citizens who wanted to vote in the 2016 Georgia Governor Election, when they were approached by an official of the Senior Citizen Center and asked for the Seniors to vacate the bus. Now, keep in mind this is a center and not a home. The Seniors are there on their own volition and have not been admitted. So by asking them to leave the bus and stay


# JankeyPromotions When you are a promoter of hip-hop and rap artist, there is a certain type of decorum that you must abide by in order to keep everything professional. But nowadays more and more amateurs are joining the promotion and event planning game without proper knowledge. We call these people janky promoters. It is more than booking a venue and booking some acts. First there's picking the perfect venue, picking vendors to supply refreshments, picking a door cash Handler... You get the picture., Then matching music to the event. You don't want to be playing gangster rap music at a church event. So a good selection of of music is a must. Not only do Southside Boss Connection have the hook up with music publishing libraries, we are also a music publishing Library as well. So we carefully select music. One K1ng has a story about a Jankey A$_ Promoter out of Corpus Chisti, Tx. So sit back and hear how to tell a Jankey Promoter here on SBC TV and Southside Boss Con