Kanye. Who cares.......y'all care.

Stop paying attention to Kanye West and everything that has to do with him. This is nothing but a huge distraction and stunt for whatever he has coming out. Kanye is not going crazy. Kanye is not in a sunken place. Kanye is being Kanye. This is who he is. Let's stop making excuses for him. Yes, his mom died. Yes, losing a parent has an effect on the child no matter the age. But the person you see is the person that has always been. He is not sick. He is not suffering. He's a brat who figured out the art of being an attention whore. This is probably why he married one. Who you choose to spend the rest of your life with screams a lot about you. 

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R.Kelly: It's just as much our fault as it is his.......

Then fast forward to today and you hear about sex trafficking, females being groomed to be pets, him taking advantage of the hunger of aspiring artist, and more scandals. Basically everything has gotten worse. I always thought I was able to separate the person from the artist. I always felt like your personal life is none of my business and I just like your work. The end. I'm not going to hold you up on a pedestal and defend or condemn what happens in your personal life. I don't know the person, I know the artist. But I think we all have to draw the line somewhere. 

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Beyonce just may have surpassed Michael: Here's the why and the how!

We always complain about how no one is doing anything special and then Beyonce comes and do this and people are fighting it. Someone should be doing better than Michael Jackson by now. Mike peaked in what, the 80s or 90s? That was 25-35 years ago.

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Are The Migos trying to mend relationship with Gay Fans by putting Gay artist on "Walk it Talk it" Remix?

In the remix to their hit Walk it talk it, the new artist Duron raps bold lyrics such as "He might be gay but he can still get p****y by the pound."  and then alluding to having a ménage à trois with a man and a woman. After Duron verse ends, the song continues with The Migos and Drake respectively.  

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The Lite-Bulb Moment Podcast Tackles Depression.

Depression is a thing that's not often talked about in the black community. Most of us are taught to keep quite about our personal problems and keep it moving. How is that helping? The brothers of The Lite-Bulb Moment Podcast talk about what depression is and how to properly deal with it. Check out their podcast and make sure you subscribe to their youtube channel. 

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Atlanta FX opens it's 2nd season with Alligator Man ep 1

Donald Glover and the gang debuted the 2nd season of Atlanta tonight and we loved it. There were so many hidden gems and foreshadowing that we just may have to watch it again to completely get it. Here is the latest from the official Atlanta FX podcast. Join the convo and come back and tell us what you thought!

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What happened to R&B? Part 1. The Streaming Effect

In part 1 of the "What Happened to R&B?" series we talk about the good and bad effects of streaming. I talk about my personal journey with my own music career and my and Corri discuss the aftermath of labels folding and being forced to deal with streaming. 

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