Tuesday, April 5, 2011
Celebrating Seven (7) Years of
Inside The Dancehall
with live apperances from
celebrating the brand new release of his new album
entitled “Revelation Part 1 – The Root of Life”
also performances by
Dancehall “Original Bad Boy” & Reggae Icon
brand new single “Gangsters”
plus special appearances by
THE GHETTO YOUTH CREW
AND MANY MORE
Just one more thing to help keep you glued behind the computer or free up more of your day. We’re not quite sure which as this may prove to be addictive as well. Either way, we recommend that you check out “The Orchard“.
The Orchard, a digital distributor of independent music and video, has launched Artist Builder, a software dashboard that helps labels and artists update multiple social profiles simultaneously from one location. Tour dates, news, links, video and photos may be uploaded through Artist Builder, and then published to Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and artist sites. The artist and release information captured will also be available to developers via the The Orchard API.
The “Goodbuzz Network” is a place where bands and artists can join forces through peer referral networks. Artists are enabled by recomming each others events.
Urban radio and TV personality DJ Megatron, who built a career at hip-hop and R&B radio stations from Philadelphia to Boston and told viewers of a popular music TV show “What’s Good,” was shot to death early Sunday, according to his manager and police.
The BET cable television segment host was killed while heading to a store near his home on New York City’s borough of Staten Island around 2 a.m., his manager Justin Kirkland, known as J. Smoove, said.
Police say the 32-year-old deejay, born Corey McGriff, was found dead with a gunshot wound to his chest. No arrests have been made.
His manager said friends and relatives had no idea why anyone might have attacked a deejay known for his upbeat, amiable attitude.
“He probably had one of the best personalities around, super-positive, happy all the time,” Kirkland said.
Last week we mentioned reports that Wyclef Jean had been shot but the details were unconfirmed. Out exact words were “The details of the shooting have not yet been made clear“.
Since then the details behind the unfortunate event have come out. Haitian doctors and police confirm that Wyclef’s hand was injured by glass not a bulllet. Read more.
On March 22,2011 Wu Tang Clan’s Ghostface Killah reached out to fans.
“I need INTERNS…Interested email firstname.lastname@example.org Writers,Marketing, Photographers, Social Networking, Designers!” he tweeted to his 140,000 plus followers.
On Thursday March 24, 2011 Ghost closed the search. “Thanks Again to All who applied for the Internship. We have concluded our search and will be in touch you those who have responded soon.5:19 PM Mar 24th via web”. Did u miss out on the opportunity? Don’t miss the next one. Follow @GhostfaceKillah on twitter.
Juan Williams says that he is afraid of young black men. No need to comment on this. Read the commentary by Dr. Boyce Watkins.