Archive for June, 2013

June 26th, 2013

Peter Bailey Interviews Wale for Nite Cap


Wale has been on the promo tour circuit lately promoting his new album The Gifted. He recently sat down with Peter Bailey on his show Nite Cap for a candid discussion about music, love and life.

June 22nd, 2013

Jobs (Trailer)

The story of the legendary innovator, Steve Jobs. Can’t wait to see this one!

June 22nd, 2013

Lebron James Accepts the 2013 NBA Finals MVP Trophy

After winning the NBA Championship for the second consecutive year with the Miami Heat, Lebron James accepts his NBA Finals MVP trophy and gives a few words to the nay sayers.

I ain’t got no worries!

June 13th, 2013

Living the Life (feat. Monica)

Some interesting thoughts from R&B songstress Monica while in the studio recently with legendary producer Jermaine Dupri. During this episode of Living the Life, she gives her candid view on being a wife, mother and “baby-mama,” a term she greatly dislikes. She also says that she doesn’t believe in going to court for child support. Interesting.

June 10th, 2013

Michael Jordan Accepts NBA Hall of Fame Induction

In 2009, one of the greatest basketball players to ever walk the face of the Earth was enshrined into the Hall of Fame for the National Basketball Association. Listen to some words of reflection and wisdom from the legendary Michael Jordan.

Sidebar: This video is EXACTLY 23:23 long.

June 10th, 2013

Will Smith and James Lassiter Give Advice To Scriptwriters

Inspirational words from Will Smith and James Lassiter of Overbrook Entertainment. The two have joined forces with the ANA Alliance for Family Entertainment – a group of leading national advertisers intent on finding and supporting exceptional family content – to find the most talented undiscovered TV scriptwriters in the country.

See Official Rules at www.scriptwritercontest.com for eligibility restrictions, submission requirements, prizes & full details.

June 4th, 2013

Why Are Black Women Still Single?

Check out the responses of various young men on a college campus when asked why most black women are still single.