JAY Z Gives Some Credibility to NFL’s Effort Toward Change

By: Jarrod Horton Staff Writer What does the new partnership with JAY Z’s Roc Nation company and the NFL mean? According to JAY Z it is an extension of Colin Kaepernick’s kneeling protest.   “To take it back, I think that we forget that Colin’s whole thing was to bring attention Continue Reading

Rick Ross Sticks to the Script and Stays Consistent on Port of Miami 2 (Album Review + Stream)

By: Jarrod Horton Staff Writer Rick Ross has a sound all his own and comes out on the first track  Act a Fool featuring Wale. When you hear Rick Ross, you hear dope beats accompanied with braggadocios rhymes about big money and outrageous drug tales.

Black Man who was Humiliated by Police on Horses with a Rope is Homeless and has Mental Disorder according to Family

By: Jarrod Horton Staff Writer The family of Donald Neely, 43 is speaking out against a photo of him being walked around by police in handcuffs with a rope around his neck. The photo of two White Galveston police officers on horses humiliating Neely has went viral.

Allen Hughes Once Got Beat Up by Tupac, Now He will Direct His Docuseries on FX

By: Jarrod Horton Staff Writer On Tuesday, (08.06.19) FX announced that it will released a five part docuseries about Tupac and his mom Afeni Shakur. The documentary is called Outlaw: The Saga of Afeni and Tupac Shakur and according to the network will highlight Tupac and Afeni’s “unified message of Continue Reading

Diddy has Reach A New Level of Thirst by Dating his Son’s Ex-Girlfriend Lori Harvey

By: Jarrod Horton Staff Writer It’s one thing to date a younger woman. Even if the woman is young enough to be your daughter, I can rationalize the move a little. Midlife crisis, younger women sometimes are attracted to older men; I get it. However, Diddy has reached a new Continue Reading

Elusive Alligator Finally Caught in Local Chicago Park

By: Jarrod Horton Staff Writer He was chillin so long in the park that he earned a nickname. The alligator who Chicago locals start calling “Chance the Snapper” has finally been caught by local authorities. The gator was first spotted in Chicago’s Humboldt Park on July 9th. Since then he Continue Reading

Gentleman Jack Real to Reel National Film Competition Shows the Talent of Black Filmmakers in Chicago

By: Jarrod Horton Staff Writer Recently at the Park West in Chicago, the Gentleman Jack Real to Reel had its third annual Chicago during its national tour. The film competition gives an opportunity for independent Black filmmakers to showcase their work to a wider audience. This year the three films Continue Reading