@Common Attended #TheBoysGirlsClub 50th Annual Keystone Conference

Common, Houston Keystone Teen Kevin Gant, Washington DC Keystone Teen Erikah Moore and CPD Eric Washington. Credit N/A G.O.O.D Music Artist and multi-Award winner helps Boys & Girls Clubs Of America Celebrate Their 50th Annual Keystone Conference… Read More  Read More

A Few #HipHop Artist Who Took Pics In The #WhiteHouse

White House When the White House enjoyed Hip-Hop.. Read More  Read More

@NBC #TheWiz To Be Released On DVD #TheWizLive Just In Time For Christmas

With a broadcast viewership of 11.5 million viewers significantly tripling previous shows from NBC live adaptations like Sound Of Music and Peter Pan, the most tweeted about according to Nielsen Twitter record roughly 269,400 people sent 1.6 million tweets about “The Wiz Live!” on Thursday night and 6.4 million people saw those tweets a total of 128.9 million times as the most tweeted special program. Viewers will soon be able to own a... Read More

@Common Encourages The #PutTheGunsDown Movement In Chicago #MusicVsGuns

While music, mainly Hip-Hop has often be blamed for glorifying or inciting gun violence, many media formats have forgotten that Hip-hop has also been the torch holder for change. Especially change within the urban communities. Chicago artists have banded together to help carry the continued message of, Music Vs Gun Violence  born, featuring “Put the Guns Down,” an interactive music video. Common, King Louie, Katie Got Bandz, Saba, Nick... Read More

Can @SpikeLee Cast @KanyeWest For #Chiraq W/O Having To Deal With #DameDash?

The acclaimed movie director Spike Lee has been recently enlisted according to The Wrap, to direct a movie for Amazon Studios (yes this the movie department of Amazon.com) called Chiraq. Chiraq a named that came out of “Chicago x Iraq” hence “Chiraq because of the youth violence within the city. Various reports also say that Spike Lee is pursuing Common and Kanye West for the movie, not without mentioning that Kanye West is presently... Read More

@Common Discusses Growing Up On The SouthSide of #Chicago With @Oprah on (Being Black In America) #SELMA50

  In an Oprah.com interview Common among many others offers up commentary on celebrating the 50th anniversary of the historic march from Selma-to-Montgomery with Martin L. King. The recent Oscar Award winner, Common, talks about his struggles for justice, dignity and freedom while growing up on the south side of Chicago. All while learning to be proud of his ancestry and gaining a perception of “beautiful aspects of being black.” “I... Read More

@JohnLegend x @Common Wins Best Original Song For #Glory At The #Oscar2015

G.O.O.D Music artists John Legend and Common takes home the 2015 Oscar for Best Original song for “Glory” from the epic film “Selma”.  In an interview with Common with the WSJ, Common cited Ava DuVernay responsible for the initial invitation while the movie was still on the cutting room floor.  He later extended the interest to John Legend and another G.O.O.D Music favorite Che “Rhymefest” Smith. Although... Read More

Musical Icon #Prince Takes Jab At #RacialInjustice At @TheGrammys

Nearing the end of the nationwide viewing of the Grammys on Sunday night “Prince” had the honor of presenting “Beck”, with “Album Of The Year” award which indirectly will create a very new lane for the artist receiving the Kanye West’s GOLDEN touch before his acceptance speech. But, in a different lane the actual story of what “Prince” had to say has been overshadowed by a silly media hatred... Read More

@Common Co-Stars Alongside #LiamNeeson in #RunAllNight Epic Movie Release

The movie teaser features Liam Neeson, D’Onofrio, Bruce McGill from the movie Ride Along, Genesis Rodriguez, Boyd Holbrook, Holt McCallany, with G.O.O.D Music artist Common and Harris. Brooklyn mobster and prolific hit man Jimmy Conlon (Neeson), once known as The Gravedigger, has seen better days. Longtime best friend of mob boss Shawn Maguire (Harris), Jimmy, now 55, is haunted by the sins of his past—as well as a dogged police detective (D’Onofrio)... Read More

@KendrickLamar @BigSean And More Speak On #MTV #TheTalk About Race

For once MTV is going celebrate “civil rights” and MLK in a very non-traditional way. The network will broadcast through a “Black and White” lens for a full 12 hours in honor of our late great hero, Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Kendrick Lamar, Big Sean, Jordin Sparks, Pete Wentz, actor David Oyelowo are just a few who have recently been outspoken on issues of police brutality and other inequalities, will be joining the... Read More

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