Harlem’s Teyana Taylor, ‘Maybe’ ft. Pusha T & Yo Gotti (video)

teyana taylor maybeHarlem pretty girl Teyana Taylor is rocking some thug love straight outta Harlem on her new track ‘Maybe’, featuring music heavy weights Push T, Yo Gotti and they have it. Continue Reading →

NY’s Take ‘Small Steps’ to Get Healthier With Launch of City-Wide Campaign

Small Steps Launch 1EmblemHealth, the New York-based health insurance and wellness company, kicked off a neighborhood-by-neighborhood campaign that encourages everyone to take small steps each day toward healthier living. Continue Reading →

Souleo: Power Players Navigate A Reality TV Driven Market

Keith Clinkscales, Diddy, Val Boreland, Andy Schuon_Photo Credit_Stephen KnightIf you let the music lead the television viewing audience will follow (without the need for sex tapes, physical fights or publicity stunts). Well at least that’s the hope of the executive team behind Revolt TV. Continue Reading →

Teyana Taylor ‘Maybe’ Featuring Yo Gotti And Pusha-T (video)

married-to-the-mob-fall-09-1-11Today Teyana Taylor premiered her official first single from the Harlem-native from the singer’s forthcoming full-length debut album (coming out soon via Kanye‘s G.O.O.D Music). Continue Reading →

Teyana Taylor Talks Relationship, Films, Music, (video)

teyana taylorHarlem girl Teyana Taylor sat down with The Breakfast Club this morning and cleared up the rumors about her broken engagement to NBA player Brandon Jennings, and his new relationship with her ex-bBFF, expired video-vixen Tae Heckard. Continue Reading →

REVOLT TV Set to Premiere “The Breakfast Club”

Screenshot2014-03-30at112453AMIn partnership with Clear Channel Media and Entertainment, Sean ‘Puff Daddy’ Combs’ REVOLT TV will broadcast “The Breakfast Club,” the nationally syndicated hit radio show from New York’s Power 105, live weekday mornings beginning today, Monday, March 31st, at 6 am and 9 am. Continue Reading →

Cam’ron To Launch Line Of Capes With Designer Mark McNairy

screen-shot-2014-02-07-at-12-44-58-pmCam’ron turned heads when he wore a cape on the night of the Super Bowl. Soon it just might be cape season for all as he was spotted meeting with men’s designer Mark McNairy to discuss a cape line, allegedly. Continue Reading →

The Douglas Theater, Harlem, 1920

On 143rd Street and Lenox Avenue sat the Douglas Theater, depending on which of my sources is correct, either 600 or 2200 seats (which in 1935 expanded to 2300, which could indicate that an orchestra pit was covered over to add more seating). Continue Reading →