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  • 12/15/17--12:33: Anyone from Memphis?
  • I need to know where to stay and what is a good place to eat and where not to go.

    seems like i keep ending up in the wrong place in charlotte due to family issues.

    and also what radio stations to listen to....more on this later B)


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    The Chi is a powerful coming-of-age drama series about an interconnected group of working-class African-Americans on Chicago's volatile south side, who remind us that no matter what, the human spirit is strong and hope never dies. Starring Steven Williams, Sonja Sohn, and Jason Mitchell. Don't miss the premiere of The Chi on Sunday, January 7th 2018 at 10Pm ET/PT on SHOWTIME.
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    Executive produced by Common & Lena Waithe (from Masters of None)
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    We finally getting a real dbz fighting game. The last real dbz game we got was Super Dragonball z

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  • 12/15/17--10:07: Death Row vs Wu-Tang
  • Vote Or Die!!!

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    Projected Camp Rotation
    Positions Starters Bench Third String Fourth String
    PG Lonzo Ball Tyler Ennis Briante Weber Alex Caruso
    SG KCP Clarkson Josh Hart Vander Blue
    SF Ingram Luol Deng Corey Brewer V.J. Beachem
    PF Julius Randle Larry Nance Jr. Kyle Kuzma -- --
    C Brook Lopez Andrew Bogut Ivica Zubac Thomas Bryant

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    http://edition.cnn.com/2017/12/13/middleeast/egypt-singer-shyma-ahmed-prison-intl/index.html

    A court in Egypt has sentenced a female pop singer to two years in prison for "inciting debauchery and immortality" in an online music video, according to reports by Egypt's state-run Al-Ahram online.
    The music video of the song "I Have Issues" was released last month and sparked immediate controversy because of its sexually suggestive scenes. In the video, Shyma Ahmed, a 21-year-old artist who is known by the name Shyma, is seen cavorting in a bra before a group of wide-eyed smiling men. On a chalkboard behind her is written "class #69." In a subsequent scene, she slowly eats a banana.

    Egypt state media outlets report that the singer and the director of the music video, Mohamed Gamal, were arrested on November 18 after the video's release. They were also ordered to pay a fine of 10,000 Egyptian pounds (approximately $560).

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    Both are expected to appeal the verdict.
    Since taking power in 2014, the government of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has blocked critical voices from TV and print, and scrubbed digital content, according to Amnesty International.
    Though the government crackdown has mainly targeted news and human rights reporting, it has drawn in entertainers -- in 2011, comedian Bassem Youssef canceled his widely popular political satire show on Egyptian TV, citing safety concerns for himself and his family.
    The legal reasons used to block web sites and content has been ambiguous, Amnesty says. Several Egyptian laws can be used to censor the media and the internet, on the grounds of national security, the group says.
    Days before her arrest, Ahmed shared her thoughts on Facebook.
    "My apologizes to all people who watched the video and did not like it because they think it's inappropriate," read the post. "I did not expect such a harsh backlash from people."
    "As a singer, I only sung the song and I do not have any knowledge and understanding in direction and many other things."

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    Metro Boomin is clearly a fan of the days where one producer and one rapper would team up to record an entire project. This year alone, Metro laced the beats for Gucci Mane's DropTopWop, Nav's Perfect Timing, and Offset & 21 Savage's Without Warning. Today, the prolific Atlanta producer has announced yet another addition to his repertoire - a collaboration album with Detroit rapper Big Sean, called Double Or Nothing. The news was confirmed in an interview with Billboard, who spoke to the duo at their rented house in California.

    Metro opens up by explaining why he prefers the single-producer, citing a few key classics as examples. "I was born in ’93,” he says, “and a lot of projects [from that era] had one producer, maybe two. They sounded more cohesive -- better as a whole.” Metro had previously collaborated with Big Sean's I Decided single "Bounce Back," as well as two other tracks from that album. Most recently, they teamed up to deliver "Pull Up N Wreck" with 21 Savage. And while Metro's signature sound has since went on to shape the hip-hop landscape, Double Or Nothing will reportedly find him exploring new styles and genres.


    Apparently, the project was made in both Atlanta and Los Angeles, with plenty of spontaneous writing sessions. Basically, Metro would make a beat on the spot, and Sean would follow-suit with lyrics. Sean alleges "on some tracks, the playback will bleed into the microphone, because they recorded without a vocal booth or even a pair of headphones."


    While there has yet to be a release date for Double Or Nothing, you never know with these "surprise" albums. It could be dropping next week, or next year for all we know. What do ya'll think about this one? Did you like Metro and Sean's previous work? Sound off below, and stay tuned for more news on this pleasant surprise.

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    Season starts Tuesday. Let's get it!!

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    Meek Mill is in big trouble with the law ... trouble that could land him in prison for nearly 2 years.
    Meek is going to court Monday for a couple of serious probation violations in his drug and weapons case ... he was arrested for fighting at a St. Louis airport in March, and arrested again in August for recklessly driving his motorcycle in NYC.
    The judge in the case has already made it clear ... one false move and she'll drop the hammer on Meek. In fact, in 2015 he left Pennsylvania for a gig without getting approval from the court and the judge put him on house arrest.
    The 2 recent arrests are even more serious, and if Meek got house arrest for a travel faux pas, he's in big big trouble now.
    BTW ... Meek's airport case and reckless driving case have both already been dropped.
    Worst case scenario ... Meek could spend around 20 months in prison.
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    this is guy who they attacked .

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    This spot called the Tuscan Market located north of Boston, the food was on point!
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    Yall share your recent culinary experiences here.

    You're welcome

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    https://www.google.com/amp/uproxx.com/dimemag/lonzo-ball-shoe-sales-numbers/amp/



    Don’t get caught up in the hype that LaVar Ball and Big Baller Brand have racked up millions of dollars in sales of Lonzo Ball’s signature shoe. Even at $495 each.

    The sneakerheads at Nice Kicks did some legwork to refute the rumors that Ball’s ZO2 Prime had sold 5,000 pairs in as little as four hours after its initial release. Like most internet rumors, that turned out to be bunk. Matt Halfhill over at Nice Kicks explained in a post how they figured out the number is much, much lower.


    Basically, Halfhill ordered a pair a few hours before Chad Johnson ordered a pair and posted his confirmation email on social media. By Halfhill’s count, just 34 total transactions on the entire Big Baller Brand site had occured between those two orders, and that could have been for shirts, hats, and anything else there that isn’t a pair of very expensive shoes.

    When another Nice Kicks staffer ordered a pair of shorts the next day, the transaction number simply didn’t account for thousands of shoe orders—there were just 328 individual purchases.

    Out of the 328 transactions that happened on BigBallerBrand.com in the first 24 hours that the shoes were offered for sale, we tracked that a total of just 263 pairs of sneakers had sold in both signed and unsigned versions of the ZO2 Prime.

    While we have no access to sales receipts, transactions or traffic data, we have been monitoring the inventory levels of the footwear listed on BigBallerBrand.com. After noting the initial product levels at the start and deducting the current units sold, we can confidently say that 210 pairs of unsigned ZO2 Primes had sold (103 pairs in size 8.5 alone), along with 53 autographed ZO2 Primes.
    While it’s tough to confirm anything here from a secondary source and incredibly unlikely the Balls are going to talk down rumors of big sales, the logic used by Nice Kicks here makes sense. And then there’s the big sales numbers that don’t match the actual sales thus far.

    Not accounting for shipping or sales tax (that doesn’t appear to be properly applied to transactions anyways), the total revenue for footwear in the first 24 hours was $157,685, based on the numbers sold for signed, unsigned, and the larger sizes that are priced at an extra $200.

    While $157,685 is an incredible amount of sales in one day, it is far from the $2.5 million that numerous outlets have reported today online.
    It’s an interesting look at the reality of the shoe business, an industry the Balls are now going it alone in. Though opting not to sign with a major shoe company is clearly not a decision to take lightly, the Balls seemed forced to do so. Talks with Nike blew up and the pursuit of growing Big Baller Brand as a whole was sidetracked by talk of top tier price points. LaVar Ball wanted to package his three sons into a single billion-dollar shoe contract, and the companies that dominate the industry wanted nothing to do with it.

    While the initial release on Thursday created a huge amount of Internet buzz—both good and bad—it didn’t immediately translate into massive sales. Like Stephon Marbury warned, it’s very difficult to grow a brand on your own. It’s easy to LaVar Ball to get people talking about him, his sons and their very expensive shoes, but actually convincing people to buy them takes a lot more than calling them “premium” and walking away.

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    I messed with bootlegs and recording shit onto cassette tape at the start but this is the first album I ever got from the shops.





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    What was yours? this shit will show peoples ages.

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    Side piece tried to extort my man? Smh..


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    Tracklist:

    1. “No Promises”
    2. “Undefeated”
    3. “Drowning” (Feat. Kodak Black)
    4. “Say A'”
    5. “No Comparison”
    6. “Unhappy”
    7. “Let’s Start Over”
    8. “Get to You”
    9. “Somebody”
    10. “Money Sprung” (Feat. Don Q)
    11. “If I Gotta Go”
    12. “F*ckig & Kissing” (Feat. Chris Brown)
    13. “Bad Girl” (Feat. Trey Songz)
    14. “Stalking You”
    15. “Beast Mode” (Feat. PnB Rock & YoungBoy Never Broke Again)

    Pre-Order Now!
    https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-bigger-artist/id1278404610

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