A Special Salute To Conscious Rapper, Nas

It’s amazing to hear songs and love them but you really have no idea what the artist was speaking of. We hear the cool beats, flowetic rhymes, the banging and all but the song ends without us receiving the hidden knowledge.

Being a growing conscious mind myself, I can honestly say, I get it now. I have awakened to the message.

Eye have been telling y'all the history books are all lies! We are the original NATIVE AMERICANS! WAKE UP and exit the Matrix NOW! STAY WOKE! @Regrann from @africanunification – Divide and conquer. . The original people (Blacks/Afrikans) traveled this globe before any other "race" existed. "Native Americans" were traveled and settled Afrikans. Stop allowing your oppressor to "educate" you. They do NOT have your best interest. #auknowledge #Repost binarybullyWe all know the ‪#‎Disney‬ “Pocahontas” is loosely based on English account of the early Virginia Colony. She was about 10 ‪#‎years‬ old when Smith was captured by her tribe. She went on to have a sad fate resulting in death at 22. He relates he was treated kindly but fabricated the Pocahontas angle after her name became known. Sadly at around 16 ‪#‎Pocahontas‬ was ‪#‎captured‬ by the English and repeatedly raped, which resulted in pregnancy. She was forced to convert to Christianity, renamed as ‪#‎Rebecca‬ and forced to marry John Rolfe. She was presented to the American public as a “tamed ‪#‎savage‬” She died a severe death around age 22 although it is unclear if it were murder or disease that killed her. It’s speculated she knew about the English plans to overtake Indian tribes. …#Nas #Regrann #MELANIN #Africa #Afrikans #LiesHistoryTold #YourHistoryBooksLiedToYou #BlackPower #BlackPride #WakeUp #Pocahontas #SeekTheTruth #BlackHistory #RealHistory #HipHop #BlacklivesMatter #Cityovgods #BlackMatrix #NativeAmerican #BlackIndian #NativeAmericans #Genocide

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Nas has been spitting knowledge for almost my entire life. I’ve always loved him but was too blinded to understand why.
Through him I learned about our hidden history. I learned that the history books in America are all lies!
That Afrikans are the Indigenous nation who are now walking around calling themselves everything but Afrikan. I learned that Pochahontas was an Afrikan slave and most likely died a horrible death after discovering what Europeans were planning on doing to the true Native Americans (Afrikans)
I learned about the ‘Lost Tribe Of Shabazz’ and so much more.
Not only do I thank Nas but I thank Lauryn Hill, RZA, KRS One, Michael Jackson, Jay Z, Beyonce, Pimp C, Lupe Fiasco, J. Cole and a few more for speaking the whole truth.
Nas taught us that we are Gods, in a land stolen right from under us.
Also Leonardo DiCaprio has been trying to wake us up as well.
It’s kind of heartbreaking when you finally wake up and realize the horrors bestowed upon Afrikans for hundreds of years.
Salute to the original Kings and Queens of the universe and keep searching for the true meaning of history and knowledge. Knowledge is the new money and power.

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Special Recap Of The 58th Annual Grammy Awards With Performance By Kendrick Lamar


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The Grammys were nothing short of amazing as the greatest musicians in the entertainment industry graced the stage.

Taylor Swift opened the Awards with a super cool performance and just so happened to take the win for Album Of The Year.

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Stars like Tyrese arrived with his beautiful daughter as his date and paid a special tribute to Lionel Richie along with a few others.

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Ariana Grande was draped in a sexy red dress and she introduced The Weeknd for his performance of Can’t Feel My Face.

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Fetty Wap suited up in a Tuxedo for the show and I must say it was refreshing to see the young rapper dressed up for a change.

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Kendrick Lamar came out on stage in shackles performing The Blacker The Berry ‘Alright’ in a historic Grammy show! The conscious rapper showed up with his fiancé as his date. Watch his controversial performance below:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tefnFk8m_LE

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Beyonce arrived at the last minute as queens should in order to present the award for Record Of The Year to Bruno Mars.

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Lady Gaga hit the stage in David Bowie gear to pay a special tribute to the fallen Legend.

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Adele, Justin Bieber, Carrie Underwood and many more did wonderful jobs at the awards too.

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Common and John Legend also won Grammys for their powerful song ‘Glory’ from the ‘Selma’ soundtrack. Ciara arrived with a split, giving us Toni Braxton realness!

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Pitbull ended the night with a hot performance where he brought out Sofia Vergara on stage, making the night even more spicy!

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The Fashion pieces for the night were to die for, which included Tom Ford, Ralph Lauren, Gucci, Prada, Alexander McQueen and much more!

Adele Having A Little Fun With Fans

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Just when you think that you can’t love songstress Adele any more, she grabs your heart with her humbled shenanigans. The singer surprised her fans last night by appearing in an upstairs window at her Pre-Grammy Intimate Concert. She shouted out the window being goofy by telling fans to keep it down outside as when they went into natural hysterical shock, then she laughed and started taking pictures back at them as they took pics of her!

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We all love this women’s music as well as her down home spirit! Remember to catch her on Monday when she takes over the stage at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards.

(Watch) Jason Derulo Stripped Down In New Video ‘Naked’

img_20160212_003300.jpgWe haven’t seen this much sexiness and abs since the 90’s with singer, D’angelo graced out television with ‘Untitled’

Today, pop singer Jason Derulo released a video for his hot new single ‘Naked’ featuring The Memphis Hip Hop queen, K. Michelle.

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Get into this fresh new jam by watching the video below:

Celebrities Like Usher And Jermaine Dupri Take Their Millions To Black Owned Banks

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With so much racism and ungrateful behavior going on towards African Americans, it’s time we take a stand and unite as one.

Beyonce’s ‘Formation’ video seemed to have awakened many Negro people, that ignores or simply don’t care. However, certain powerful black people are getting into Formation by pulling their hard earned money out of big corporation banks and transferring it to black owned banks. This will definitely get their attention, if not anything else. Sometimes you have to show folks that you mean business, literally.
There are a total of 21 African American banks for us to choose from and make a difference.

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These 21 banks have total assets of approximately $4.7 billion dollars. This is a measly 0.43 percent of the $1.1 trillion dollars of annual spending power of the African American community. That’s right, we have over a trillion dollars in spending annually, but only keep $4.7 billion dollars of this in Black Owned Banks.

Here is the full list of those banks below:

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ALAMERICA BANK

 

Location: Birmingham, Alabama

 

Founded: January 28, 2000

 

FDIC Region: Atlanta

 

Assets: $35 404 000

 

BROADWAY FEDERAL BANK FSB

 

Location: Los Angeles, California

 

Founded: February 26, 1947

 

FDIC Region: San Francisco

 

Assets: $385 055 000

 

CAPITAL CITY BANK & TRUST COMPANY

 

Location: Atlanta, Georgia

 

Founded: October 3, 1994

 

FDIC Region: Atlanta

 

Assets: $294 572 000

 

CARVER STATE BANK

 

Location: Savannah, Georgia

 

Founded: January 1, 1927

 

FDIC Region: Atlanta

 

Assets: $41 573 000

 

CITIZENS TRUST BANK

 

Location: Atlanta, Georgia

 

Founded: June 18, 1921

 

FDIC Region: Atlanta

 

Assets: $392 286 000

 

CITY NB OF NEW JERSEY

 

Location: Newark, New Jersey

 

Founded: June 11, 1973

 

FDIC Region: New York

 

Assets: $340 301 000

 

COMMONWEALTH NATIONAL BANK

 

Location: Mobile, Alabama

 

Founded: February 19, 1976

 

FDIC Region: Atlanta

 

Assets: $63 244 000

 

COVENANT BANK

 

Location: Chicago, Illinois

 

Founded: June 20, 1977

 

FDIC Region: Chicago

 

Assets: $59 842 000

 

FIRST INDEPENDENCE BANK

 

Location: Detroit, Michigan

 

Founded: May 14, 1970

 

FDIC Region: Chicago

 

Assets: $215 924 000

 

FIRST STATE BANK

 

Location: Danville, Virginia

 

Founded: September 08, 1919

 

FDIC Region: Atlanta

 

Assets: $38 882 000

 

FIRST TUSKEGEE BANK

 

Location:Tuskegee, Alabama

 

Founded: October 11, 1991

 

FDIC Region: Atlanta

 

Assets: $63 127 000

 

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HIGHLAND COMMUNITY BANK

 

Location: Chicago, Illinois

 

Founded: November 09, 1970

 

FDIC Region: Chicago

 

Assets: $84 948 000

 

ILLINOIS SERVICE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN

 

Location: Chicago, Illinois

 

Founded: January 01, 1934

 

FDIC Region: Chicago

 

Assets: $140 148 000

 

INDUSTRIAL BANK

 

Location: Washington, DC

 

Founded: August 18, 1934

 

FDIC Region: New York

 

Assets: $342 524 000

 

LIBERTY BANK & TRUST COMPANY

 

Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

 

Founded: November 16, 1972

 

FDIC Region: Dallas

 

Assets: $545 019 000

 

MECHANICS & FARMERS BANK

 

Location: Durham, North Carolina

 

Founded: March 01, 1908

 

FDIC Region: Atlanta

 

Assets: $304 809 000

 

NORTH MILWAUKEE STATE BANK

 

Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin

 

Founded: February 12, 1971

 

FDIC Region: Chicago

 

Assets: $91 490 000

 

ONEUNITED BANK

 

Location: Boston, Massachusetts

 

Founded: August 02, 1982

 

FDIC Region: New York

 

Assets: $590 624 000

 

SEAWAY BANK & TRUST COMPANY

 

Location: Chicago, Illinois

 

Founded: January 02, 1965

 

FDIC Region: Chicago

 

Assets: $573 168 000

 

UNITED BANK OF PHILADELPHIA

 

Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

 

Founded: March 23, 1992

 

FDIC Region: New York

 

Assets: $67 930 000

 

UNITY NB OF HOUSTON

 

Location: Houston, Texas

 

Founded: August 01, 1985

 

FDIC Region: Dallas

 

Assets: $68 125 000

 

Source: FDIC

 

Source: http://hbcumoney.com/2013/03/01/2013s-african-american-owned-bank-directory/

Idris Elba Shows His Cool DJ Skills At London Club

Talented actor Idris Elba came through and set the party on fire last night while DJing at London’s popular club The Arts Club in Mayfair.

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The DJ setup was extraordinary to say the least and the party goers loved nevery minute of it! Elba played an eclectic set list which featured the likes of Duke Dumont, Format:B and Cheryl Lynn and Drake.

Love Idris ❤️ #idriselba

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Many people were filled with envy after realizing they missed one of the most epic nights in history. This is one of the long list of reasons to adore Idris.