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July 2012

Will Smith shares his secrets of success

 

Will Smith shares his thoughts on success.  The secrets to what it takes to be successful. Image

NEW LEAK FROM MFIR RADIO [THE MESSAGE]

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Check out The Message [Exclusive Leak] by LV The Voice- WHAZ GUD WIT YOU EVERYONE.. I HAVE A TREAT FOR YOU .. ONE OF THE MOST RESPECTED TRACKS EVER DID AND THE MOST CONTROVERSIAL SPOKE ABOUT TRACKS OFF THE ALBUM ” WHAT’S YOUR STORY” LEAKED.

LV The Voice has been lyrically sending words thru a time portal with his unclaimed message. Hip hop has found a new host and it lives within LV The Voice. With his new album “What’s Your Story” dropping soon  this year. You have to respect with this artist has been unleashing and preparing the mind for with his album is ready to create.

So I say we have to embrace our great story tellers and let them open a new chapter in our lives.

The Message [Exclusive Leak]

NAS -Life is Good

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Let me start off by saying Nas is a genius. He once stated in an interview on VH1 that when his ex wife life him she took everything except her green wedding dress.

When you look at the cover of this great piece of work you 1st have to incorporate the dress that he spoke about. so when you see and understand the title  “Life is Good” its more like you thought you broke me down and I’m now I’m free.

This album is one of the best works we have heard from he since “Stillmatic”. Nas delivers  18tracks of balanced heat. With every track defining his Nas and why we Love his music so much Nas continues to bring us to our knees and having us closing our eyes saying this shit is crazy.

From his Broke up and  his mother passing, what we hear is in this album is a happy and content version of Nas expressing “Life is Good” speaking on his Marriage and is daughter this album is for the Record books. Thank you Nas –Luvy Murray

Target Won’t Be Selling Frank Ocean’s ‘Channel Orange’

 

Target Won’t Be Selling Frank Ocean’s ‘Channel Orange’

Published by DaytonOConnor on July 12, 2012 in NewsPopUrban
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Frank Ocean has been having a hell of a week. First, he came out online to nearly universal support, ranging from positive tweets and blog comments to a poem from the desk of one Beyoncé Knowles. Music critics have also been pretty enamored with Ocean’s debut album Channel Orange, heaping mounds of acclaim all over the thing. The projected sales of the record don’t look too bad either. However, Target had to come in and be a total buzzkill to all the positive vibes coming towards Ocean’s way.

The big box retailer announced that they would not be carrying Ocean’s album. News of Target’s decision was revealed by way of tweets from Odd Future (and Ocean’s) manager Christian Clancy. Clancy initially tweeted that, “Target has refused to carry Frank’s album because of iTunes exclusive,” referencing the surprise availability of Channel Orange through the online music store a week before the album’s physical release. Clancy then alluded to the possibility that Ocean’s recent self-outing may have also influenced the company’s decision in a follow up tweet, “Interesting since they also donate to non-equal rights organizations.”

Target then fired back at allegations of bias against Ocean. In a statement to Billboard.biz, Target stated that, “the claims made about Target’s decision to not carry the Frank Ocean album are absolutely false. Target supports inclusivity and diversity in every aspect of our business. Our assortment decisions are based on a number of factors, including guest demand.” Clancy would later delete his accusatory tweets, saying the posts were, “knee jerk reacting.” In unrelated news, Christian Clancy is the most grateful person aliveaccording to his Twitter feed. Then again, with the kind of time that he must be having with Ocean and the rest of the OF crew, he has no reason not to be.

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