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Internationally known famous rap emcee, Styles P and his wife Adjua Styles, discuss the stigma on suicide. They spoke about the death of their daughter, who took her own life, and how it affected them. This all took place in an interview on Power 105.1 FM The Breakfast Club. A major discussion about depression came to the surface shortly after. Depression affects everyone in some way or another regardless of how strong they may appear to be. Styles believes that checking up on love ones or members in your community is a great way to start. He urges the ‘hood community’ to show more love and affection because it’s a cure of healing. So please never feel weak, soft or vulnerable in doing so.
Laying all jokes aside, some words should be left unsaid. Just like Conor McGregor’s comment referring to African-Americans as ‘monkeys,’ smh.. *pause*.. Boy, please.. You can’t diss the original human being (African/Black) and get away with it, lol.
Anyway, this fight is bound to be a good one! Stephen A. Smith from ESPN’s First Take has the scoop. He sat down with Floyd Mayweather to discuss the anticipating fight against McGregor happening on Saturday August 26th, in Las Vegas. Let’s just say, Floyd feels disrespected by McGregor’s remark. He promises to give him the big KO! What do you think?
It’s heartbreaking, although very enlightening, watching Havoc recite his life as a young artist with ambition to an iconic rapper. Of course he did not do this alone. It was the bond he shared with the late, long-time friend & business partner, Prodigy.
Havoc sat down with Vlad TV and touched topics of his life experiences making ‘Hennessy’ t-shirts, albums, music collaborations and much more. Discussions about how Mobb Deep came together proves that it was truly meant to be. It all started after Prodigy turned down his deal with LOUD Records and chose to team up with Havoc instead. He also spoke about getting caught in a beef with 2Pac and Jay-Z. Both incidents were not fueled by Mobb Deep. One was perpetuated by the ‘West Coast VS East Coast’ beef. The other was an old ‘dance picture’ jab to shame Prodigy. Looking back at it all, Prodigy was blessed to live the way he did knowing that he was suffering from sickle cell anemia. The story of Mobb Deep will always be celebrated around the world! #RipProdigy
Now this is one hot topic, lol! Just days ago, Jamaican International star, Ishawna made an appearance on Sway’s Universe show. Together they discussed the stigma Jamaican men have onto women, sexually. And how double standards in the bedroom are coming to a head because women are no longer having it. For those who don’t know, this subject runs deep in the Jamaican culture. Times have changed and Ishawna wants to be the one to bring awareness to the situation through her music. Do you agree with Ishawna and her “Equal Rights” movement? Many agree and others disagree.
*big sigh of relief*… Okay, cool. Now it all makes sense! — Just the other day, Romeich Entertainment was caught up in a controversy regarding the official audio to “Loodi”. This song broke the internet back in October 2016, starring breakthrough artiste, Shenseea featuring Vybz Kartel. The single was recorded in the LOODI RIDDM, produced by So Unique Records.
The world stopped as the official solo release to the song was uploaded on Kartel’s Youtube channel stating, “My song was never a collaboration!” Onstage TV jumped on board to investigate. They paid a visit to see Romeich and Shenseea to discuss the situation. Romeich says that the song was given to him by a friend of Elvis from So Unique Records. The idea was to have a possible female collaboration or feature to Vybz Kartel’s song, “Loodi.” He later reached out to Elvis directly and sent his collab version of “Loodi” featuring Shenseea. Elvis replied and requested Shenseea to re-write the verses in a female fashion, using as much as the original lyrics as possible. Romeich also explains to Onstage that he’s never took credit for the lyrics to the song. He was also told to leave the chorus with Kartel alone.