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North Carolina’s Jody Lo delivers a flawless set with ‘Tru Story’


Winston-Salem’s Jody Lo continues a streak of consistency with another release 6 months after a previously successful project. Tru Story is truly a phenomenal body of work from start to finish with 8 hits back to back. Beginning with a tribute to Shaquille O’neal’s character in blue chips, the lyricism presented on this album is next level. Lyricism meshed together with the ability to ride each beat with a unique flow gives us a few different vibes between individual tracks. By track 3, we already have a drill song, a conscious track and a super lyrical solo cypher at the intro. The contrast in tracks keeps the listener on their toes not knowing whats next. After a previous album that held features from KXNG Crooked, Kurupt, Gucci Mane & more this project takes a different approach with no guest appearances implying Jody Lo wants to prove how well he can do with no features. Let’s find out







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Mauricio Wendello - Kevin Durant Went To Brooklyn (Prod. Killa Dame Beatz) (New Official Audio)

Lansing, Michigan emcee and Clientele Int. CEO, Mauricio Wendello, drops off his new single titled "Kevin Durant Went To Brooklyn."

Produced by Killa Dame Beatz

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TULSA, Okla. (AP) — The Black Wall Street Market is nowhere near Black Wall Street.

The original Black Wall Street vaporized a hundred years ago, when a murderous white mob laid waste to what was the nation’s most prosperous Black-owned business district and residential neighborhood. When Billie Parker set out to memorialize the name with her new development, she built it far from Tulsa’s historic Greenwood neighborhood.

She followed the trail of the city’s Black population. There were roughly 10,000 Black Tulsans in 1921; displaced by the massacre, they would be pushed farther and farther north into what is unambiguously an underdeveloped and underserved section of the city today.

Parker’s Black Wall Street Market is a ramshackle outpost on a 3-acre lot abutting a two-lane road, a far cry from the booming city within a city that was Greenwood, with its Black grocers, shopkeepers, doctors, lawyers, newspaper publishers and other businessmen and women.

But Parker thought it was important to lay claim to the name and its legacy.

“We were taught not to even think about that,” Parker, who is in her 50s, said on a recent Saturday morning after opening up the market’s gift shop. “We had to hush up. So, I say it’s time for us to put Black Wall Street out there.”

The 6 miles between the old and new incarnations of Black Wall Street belie the dire connection that links them: Racial and socioeconomic inequality on Tulsa’s north side has its roots in the 100-year-old atrocity of the Tulsa Race Massacre.

First, a racist mob stripped an almost unknowable amount of wealth from Black Tulsans overnight. Then, desegregation and urban renewal further upended the post-massacre Black business community that was rebuilt. Insurance claims for massacre victims’ losses were denied and their civil lawsuits against the city and state seeking financial relief were tossed out.

No Black survivor or descendant has been justly compensated for their losses. That timeline left a gaping wound unhealed for a century -- and that wound is still open on Tulsa’s north side.

The question is: What can be done now to help it heal?

According to a U.S. Census Bureau estimate, the median household income for Black households across Tulsa was an estimated $30,955 in 2019, compared with $55,278 median income for white households. In a city of an estimated 401,760 people, close to a third of Tulsans who lived below the poverty line in 2019 were Black, while 12% were white.

A quick drive between south and north Tulsa shows a clear difference in development. Some paved streets don’t have streetlights or traffic signals. Until recently, the entire north side had easy access to just one grocery store. Many homes are in need of repair and renovations.

The Gibbs Next Generation Center, a small shopping mall and office park run by descendants of a woman who survived the Tulsa Race Massacre, is located in the same ZIP code as Parker’s market. LeRoy Gibbs II and his wife, Tracy, purchased the center in 2015 — the property used to be the location of businesses run by LeRoy’s grandfather and grandmother, LeRoy and Ernestine Gibbs, who was a teenager during the massacre.

The younger generation of Gibbs has revived the center with the hope that it brings jobs and revenues to the Black community. They rent office space and storefronts to six tenants, including a graphic design shop, a legal defense aid organization, a Black beauty boutique and a candy store.

But the Gibbs have also grown frustrated with the stark inequality of Tulsa’s north side.

“One thing we have to remember is when the 1921 Race Massacre occurred, people’s homes and businesses were destroyed,” said Tracy Gibbs, CEO of the center.

The community didn’t just lose structures and buildings, they lost an educational base of residents who knew how to start and grow businesses, Gibbs said.

“You lose all of that history as it relates to businesses and that information being passed down from generation to generation,” she said. “You have African American businesses that are striving and struggling to turn a dollar, make a dollar, keep a dollar in a community because of that lack of education that’s there.”

Look around, says Brandon Oldam, a native north Tulsan and member of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission, and you’ll see the cascading effects of a 100-year-old massacre: “We don’t know how the wealth that would have been passed down would have changed the trajectory of millions of people.”

Greenwood -- where the massacre occurred -- has seen some improvements. There are white-napkin restaurants, a bookstore, a gourmet dessert bar, and a jazz club within blocks of the district. Silhouette Sneakers and Art, on Archer Avenue, is a Black-owned boutique that opened in 2019. Prior to the massacre, it was Grier-Shoemaker, a Black-owned shop.

And soon there’ll be a $30 million history center at Greenwood and Archer avenues. Greenwood Rising will honor the legacy of Black Wall Street, with exhibits depicting the district before and after the massacre, according to the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission.

But Greenwood’s expansion appears choked off by the development happening around it, in Tulsa’s Art District. And for Billie Parker, any revitalization of Black Wall Street in Tulsa should be where Black people reside -- and that’s not in Greenwood, 6 miles south of her lot.

“I’m sorry to tell you that we don’t own it (Greenwood) anymore,” Parker said.

She owns her lot, on North Osage Drive, and uses it as an incubator for Black entrepreneurship and an events venue.

It’s a fixer upper. There are no paved parking spaces at Black Wall Street Market. A museum consists of a glass case displaying Black cultural antiques. The gift shop is organized inside of a one-room trailer, where Parker sells dashikis, African shea butter, black soap, body oils, jewelry made from cowrie shells and other vintage Black culture trinkets.

To the left of the gift shop is a hoop house, where she allows her neighbors to plant and grow vegetables and herbs in raised garden beds. The produce is sometimes sold in the gift shop.

When Dawn Tree, a Black abstract painter and graphic design artist, stopped by the market on a recent day, the discussion turned to the massacre -- and to reconciliation. Tree said it was impossible without compensation to victims. And that compensation should include more than just the dozen or so plaintiffs in an ongoing reparations lawsuit, she said.

“There’s trauma that’s blanketed over this city,” said Tree. “Going forward, whatever is done to atone for what happened 100 years ago must be done for the north side community.”

The city’s white, Republican mayor, G.T. Bynum, doesn’t support paying direct reparations to massacre victims and descendants. But he recognizes that racial disparities in Tulsa demand attention, and public initiatives that he says are helping to address, for example, the 11-year gap in life expectancy between north Tulsans and others in the city.

“The city of Tulsa in 1921 had two choices,” Bynum said. “They could either be completely transparent about what happened, hold those who did it accountable, and help a community rebuild. Or in embarrassment and disgrace, they could pretend it never happened, cover it up and tell everybody to just get on with their lives.”

He added: “I think to our city’s eternal detriment, they chose door No. 2, when given that option. I can’t imagine how better off we would be as a city today, if they had chosen door No. 1.”

For Tiffany Crutcher -- organizer of the Black Wall Street Legacy Festival, which is independent of the city’s official commemoration -- the argument for reparations rests on two tragedies that befell her family, almost a century apart.

Terrorized by the massacre, “My father’s grandmother, Rebecca Brown Crutcher, had to flee Greenwood in fear of her life,” Crutcher said.

But the family stayed in Tulsa, enduring some of the same post-massacre hardships that generations of Black Tulsans endured: urban renewal, inequality on the north side and police brutality.

Then, in 2016, her unarmed twin brother, Terence, was shot and killed by a Tulsa police officer on the north side. Terence was a father to a young boy. The now-former city officer, Betty Jo Shelby, was acquitted of first-degree manslaughter in 2017.

“I can’t help but think, almost 100 years later, about what happened to my twin brother,” Crutcher said. “I like to note that the same state-sanctioned violence that burnt down my great-grandmother’s community is the same state-sanctioned violence that killed my twin brother.”

It is that kind of trauma -- as much as the crippling financial losses suffered in the wake of the riot, and in the decades since -- that Crutcher said demanded compensation.

“We paid reparations to the Japanese, (and) the Jews received reparations” after World War II, she said. “And even when I think about the Oklahoma City bombing, those victims, they’ve received some compensation.

“But when it comes to Blacks in America, why is it so difficult? Why is there a debate? Why do we have to negotiate what’s right and what should be owed? Lives were lost.”

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Lieutenant $hyne releases his new single "Foldgers" (The Best Part of Wakin' Up) off his upcoming album Destined 2 $hyne. Produced by Blackout.

Lieutenant $hyne (Martavious Payne Sr.), is a native of Memphis, TN. While being raised in one of the most dangerous neighborhoods in South Memphis on McMillian Street (a.k.a. McKillan), $hyne had to persevere through countless struggles ranging from overcoming poverty to losing childhood friends to gun violence while simultaneously avoiding a premature demise.

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On the rise rapper and singer Geodi Wales just released his debut single "Money". This song is a summer anthem that Geodi Wales wrote in a way that anyone could sing along and feel relatable to their own lives. The song was recorded in Louisville Kentucky at EVO Studios by engineer Slyk and produced by Sam Beast. This track is just a taste of what’s to come from Geodi Wales throughout 2021.

"I think everyone has known the feeling of working to put your money somewhere before the check even hits your bank account. It might be going towards things as big or little as rent or new shoes. We’re all just getting money to spend it. I wanted to portray someone working paycheck to paycheck but who dreams of the finer things in life and making it a reality” commented Geodi Wales. "I started writing this song while on vacation where I felt carefree, the sun shining on me and not a worry in the world just enjoying life; that's where I got the idea of what life should feel like all of the time. Once I got the image, the melody for the hook just came to me and the rest was history. Choosing Money as my debut single was a no-brainer, because I was trying to manifest my future."

Louisville, KY might be known for Bourbon and Horse Races, but Geodi Wales (pronounced Geo-d) is poised to flip the script with his musical versatility and ability to write catchy hooks. One minute Geodi Wales can be repping for his city spitting club inspired anthems and the next he's turning out alternative R&B bangers that could go toe-to-toe with The Weekend. Geodi Wales' unpredictability and willingness to color outside the lines of any specific genre is what makes him one of the most refreshing new artists to burst onto the scene in quite some time.

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ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. (WSVN) — A 14-year-old boy charged with the murder of a 13-year-old classmate will be charged as an adult.

According to Fox 35, court documents show that prosecutors have requested the transfer of 14-year-old Aiden Sean Fucci to adult court to face a charge of premeditated first-degree murder.

Fucci was originally charged with second-degree murder.

Investigators said Fucci killed his classmate, 13-year-old Tristyn Bailey.

Tristyn was found dead hours after she was reported missing on May 10.

Investigators said Bailey was stabbed to death.

According to an arrest report, Bailey was seen on surveillance video walking with Fucci on the day she was reported missing. Another video from a nearby home also showed the two walking along a road. However, according to the arrest report, Fucci was seen alone in the areas a couple of hours later.

Tristyn was reported missing by her parents later that morning, and around 6 p.m., her body had been found by a neighbor.

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In this clip, Boosie opened up about his thoughts on Derek Chauvin being found guilty on all charges, and he stated that he's not celebrating since the sentencing hasn't happened. Boosie added that Chauvin could be sentenced to ten years, but do a year on good behavior. Boosie also addressed statements he made about Chauvin being lucky that he wasn't in a Louisiana prison because Boosie would've gotten him violated.

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Jamal Gasol - Unapologetic (New Official Music Video) (Prod. ThatBlessedGirl)

"Unapologetic" is the new single and accompanying music video from Niagara Falls, NY emcee Jamal Gasol off of his "Blackball" EP.

Produced by ThatBlessedGirl

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1. Let Me Talk My Shit (Intro)
2. Flamboyant Ft. Eto
3. From Me to You Ft. L-Biz
4. Money and Politics
5. Rappers & Entertainers (skit)
6. Unapologetic
7. The Forgotten Ft. Jynx

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INSIDE MAYWEATHER VS. PAUL is an immersive special that takes viewers inside the lives of both global superstars as they prepare for a must-see showdown. The cameras imbed with Mayweather, a 2020 International Boxing Hall of Fame inductee, in Las Vegas as he readies himself for the exhibition bout. The cameras also follow the hugely popular Paul as he goes through a rigorous training camp in Puerto Rico and attempts to shock the world.

#MayPaul SHOWTIME PPV event is Sunday, June 6th at 8PM ET/5PM PT.

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The Celtics fan who allegedly threw a water bottle at Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving, who used to play for Boston, was arrested and charged with assault and battery with a deadly weapon, according to a report.

Boston Police sergeant detective John Boyle told USA TODAY Sports in a phone call that the suspect apprehended for the alleged incident, Cole Buckley of Braintree, Massachusetts, is scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday in Boston Municipal Court. The fan is also subject to a lifetime ban from TD Garden in Boston.

The arrest took place at 9:46 p.m. ET.

The incident happened Sunday after Brooklyn's 141-126 victory in Game 4 of the first round of the NBA playoffs. As Nets players were leaving the floor, Irving walked into the tunnel when a water bottle thrown from the stands nearly hit him.

"It’s unfortunate that sports has come to a lot of this kind of crossroad where you’re seeing a lot of old ways come up," Irving said after the game. "It’s been that way in history in terms of entertainment and performers and sports for a long period of time. It’s just underlying racism and treating people like they’re in a human zoo – throwing stuff at people, saying things. There’s a certain point where it gets to be too much.”

YES Network, the Nets broadcast partner caught the incident on camera, which marked the fourth time in the last week that fans at NBA games have allegedly thrown objects at players or have shown unacceptable behavior.

Moments after the incident, cameras also showed Buckley, 21, being escorted out of the TD Garden.

Moments before the incident, Irving appeared to step on the Celtics logo at midcourt.

Irving scored 39 points on 11-for-24 shooting, including 6-for-12 on 3-pointers.

Before the best-of-seven series headed to Boston for Games 3 and 4, Irving said, “Hopefully we can just keep it strictly basketball (and) there’s no belligerence or any racism going on, or subtle racism (or) people yelling (expletive) from the crowd.”

Irving played for the Celtics in 2017-18 and 2018-2019 and signed with the Nets during free agency in the summer of 2019.

The Nets have a 3-1 series lead.

Source: USA Today

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In this episode of "People's Party With Talib Kweli," Kweli and Jasmin Leigh sit down with Legal Scholar, Author, Professor of Law at Columbia University, Co-Chair of Facebook's Oversight Board as well as Talib's blood brother:


Here's what we got into:

• How Jamal and Talib's parents Brenda and Perry inspired their success.
• Nostalgia drawing Jamal to becoming a baseball sports writer for Sports Illustrated.
• Discussion of the justice mindset that goes along with being black in America.
• The brothers reflect on childhood and the changes that Talib went through from 11 to 14.
• Jamal's wife Elora and how her work for the rights of immigrants has inspired him.
• Learning to appreciate hip hop more through each other's own perspectives.
• Attending the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement in South Africa together.
• The essay 'Color Me Different' about Jamal's experiences in high school.
• His role as a co-chair of the Facebook content oversight board.
• Criticism from liberals for making an effort to listen to conservative ideas.
• Handling rights conflicts in society from a standpoint of mediation instead of choosing.
• How people are confusing free speech with freedom of consequence.
• Neo-nazi Richard Spencer speaking at college universities.
• The attempts of voter disenfranchisement through claims of voter fraud.
• The Southern Strategy by Republicans to appeal to the racism of Southern whites.
• How far America still has to go in meeting it's own ideals.
• Jamal's take on the Capitol riot and if there are ever times it's important to be radical.

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Atlanta rapper Lil Scrappy stopped by The Breakfast Club recently to chop it up with Charlamagne Tha God and DJ Envy.

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10 Years ago Wiz Khalifa dropped the classic, Rolling Papers project. in celebration of a decade of this classic, Wiz checks in with the Sway In The Morning team. He talks about the re-release of the album, plus all of his other business ventures in the cannabis and liquor space.

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OBH Pretty Flock - Lemon Pepper Freestyle (New Official Music Video)

Philadelphia native and OBH Records artist, Pretty Flock, was not going to be outdone in the wave of "Lemon Pepper" freestyles. Watch Flock get in his bag over the popular Drake instrumental.

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Some parents from a ritzy New York City private school are fuming mad after learning first graders were learning about masturbation and also told their parents and grandparents should not touch them without their consent.

A teacher at The Dalton School reportedly showed students a video from the cartoon series, "AMAZE." A little boy in the video asks about erections ... "Hey, how come sometimes my penis gets big sometimes and points in the air." The boy adds, "Sometimes I touch my penis because it feels good." Then a little girl chimes in ... "Sometimes when I'm in my bath or when mom puts me to bed, I like to touch my vulva too."

Some parents were bent out of shape over this, according to the New York Post, but the real anger was triggered over consent. The students reportedly are taught not to let their parents or grandparents touch them without asking for permission first.

A mother told the Post, "I'm paying $50,000 to these a-holes to tell my kid not to let her grandfather hug her when he sees her?" Another mother groused if she fought back she'd get canceled.

A School spokesperson said, "As part of Dalton’s comprehensive Health curriculum for students, a lesson on Gender & Bodies included two evidence-based and age-appropriate videos approved for students 4 years and older. These videos align with nationally recognized methodologies and standards. We consistently review our Health curriculum, making sure that the content is developmentally appropriate and, if necessary, we adapt our curriculum accordingly."

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Huntsville Police said a man has been arrested and charged with murder after a shooting Saturday afternoon.

Police said Christopher Kwan Freeman, 22, turned himself in at HPD headquarters around 9:30 a.m. Sunday.


According to Captain Michael Johnson, the shooting happened around 4:30 p.m. in the 200-block of Binford Drive.

TMZ reported the shooting occurred while rapper Lil Boosie was filming a music video.

Johnson confirmed a large gathering was occurring on Huntsville Housing Authority property and around 50-100 people were leaving the area when the first officers arrived, but neither HPD nor HHA were aware of the large gathering.

Johnson said Randall Strong, Jr., 20, was taken to Huntsville Hospital in critical condition, where he later died from his injures.

Freeman was booked into the Madison County Jail on a $75,000 bond.

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