Paper Chasin Tour with @ChicagoExecutives & @BlueCheezGang

Lomabard, IL-Paper Chasin Tour presented by Chicago Executives in cooperation with TellyVizion & Dollar 4 Dollar Ent, started in Chicago providing connections to indie artist to help foster professional connections and brand equity through performance and press. Hosted by Bree Specfic from Power 92 Chicago & Maine Hodge with DJ Slugo on the sounds. Event Coverage by the one and only Blue Cheez Gang, and a host of others.

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@TeyanaTaylor Gives @RacheLeigh a Lap Dance During Her Performance In Chicago

 

If you missed Teyana Taylor when she came into town, you can click here to recap.  A segment in her show she gave out a lap dance with her supportive dancers. Her muse was Ryan Henry’s girlfriend/baby mama who also happens to be American Singer-Songwriter Jeremiah’s baby mama, Rachel. Press play and watch the show.

 

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Photo Credit: Taylor Johnson of RoyalT Media

#BlueCheezRicky & Da Blue Cheez Gang “Stay True” Album Release.

The Inspiration 

 

 

The Release 

Celebrating the new release of Blue Cheez Ricky’s “Stay True” Album with the Blue Cheez Gang at S2 Ultra Bar. Dj Amaris and Dj Mile High on the noise and sound.

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More off the Album 

Noted Guest: Queen Key, Ciara Martina, Saint The Good Boy, Asa, Slitta, Young Mogul Chi, Mack, Rio Mac, Trigga, Rodeo,who was reported to also have an release; DJ Pat XKLusive and Dometi.

Happy birthday to King James and Trip Sticc.

Weekly Discovers and Releases: @Official_Tink @dreezydreezy @queennaija @valee @KeyisQueen @KingL @KiddoKenn @Im__AnnMarie @Wale @Jacquees @lildurk @TkKravitz @1GunnaGunna @DGainz @allegradayo @iambabyfendi @BoDiDeederRMG @gherbo @sizzle808MAFIA @Drake

I don’t really have a fancy ass reason why I selected these videos other than I like these bitches. More than anything I like the musical content. I’ve been looking for some new music so I hopped on my devices and went traveling. Here’s my top 16 Picks for the week:

P.S. You don’t have to watch all these damn videos at one time. You can always come back; and yes I know you’ve seen Drake video….but I don’t care.

1

Tink | M.I.A

2

Queen Naija | Karma

3

Dreezy | Where Them $ @

4

Valee | Gin & Juice

5

Queen Key Featuring King Louie | Toes Out

6

Kidd Kenn Featuring Queen Key | ERIOD

7

Ann Marie | Handle It

8

Wale |Black Bonnie

9

Lil Durk Featuring Gunna & TK Kravitz |Home Body

10

Lil Durk | Rememberance

11

DGainz |Good Luck

12

Baby Fendi | Ride

13

BoDi Deeder | Trap Money Crack Money

14

Allegra Dayo | Callin’

15

G Herbo Featuring Southside| Swervo

16

Drake | In My Feelings

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Black Panther Premiere: Community Bonding and Celebration with @ThorntonTwp

Black Panther Premiere at Cinema 8

Published First: Thornton Township

I had the pleasure of connecting with Thornton Township to witness the debut of Black Panther with the community, Feb. 16 at Cinema 8 in Lansing. Royal purple carpets, wristbands, goodie bags with Black History Flashcards, including free snacks and beverages were gifted to the community members for their support in making the day great. The movie theater was filled with love from the elders, generation X, baby boomers, and the millennials who all seemed to take away the great message the movie had to offer which was “We are stronger united than we are divided”. Can you think of any significant way to spend black history month?

There were many other messages that were encoded but the message mentioned above was commonly received by the guest. I cried many times during the movie: tears of joy, tears of realization, tears of sadness, and tears of anger. Black Panther reminded me of my constant duty to the community, and Dr. Jamal Turner, the keynote speaker in theater one, spoke to us about his experience as a real life Black Panther.

Thornton Township was thanked by many guests for doing such a wonderful thing for the community because they provided an opportunity, “To those who probably couldn’t afford movie tickets” as said by Jouhan Sawe, a Thornton Township community member and employee.

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Jeanette Quinn and Bessie Watkins, constituents of Thornton Township 

Another guest, Jeanette Quin said “Everything was perfect. The movie, how the event was put together, and how smooth it flowed. We were right on time and I thank them for hosting the event.” It’s more than safe to say that the community is looking forward to more remarkable things happening in Thornton Township. I know I had a marvelous time dressed in full regalia, bonding with the people, and being of service to the community. Can’t wait to see what they have in store for the rest of the month, and I hope to see you at the next outing or social.

Check out my Hood Movie Review of Black Panther!