Where is my boy Andre 3 stacks?! People have been waiting on the return of this man and he’s been no where to be found. He hasn’t dropped anything since “The Love Below”, which was one of my favorite albums. It was different, and it really set a trend for different music. Andre put out some songs just to keep people anticipating even more. He dropped a cold verse on John Legends’, “Green Light”, which he ripped. He was supposed to come out with a solo album, but it has yet to be released. His Outkast brother, Big Boi, dropped his solo album, “The Son of Chico Dusty”, which goes hard. So I know that Andre 3000 is right behind him and ready to drop soon. Come on Andre mane, the people need you and the good music.


D’metra Macedon will be a force to reckoned with this year. She has her own shoe line called “Pradjex”, and the shoe is tough just like the projects.  The premier shoe of the line is the “Blacc Republic”, (above) which has an original look and feel to it.  The motivation behind the design of Pradjex is to imagine the impossible–and then give it life. It is to push beyond the restrictions of what exists. To replace opulence with creativity, passion, and flare. So I recommend you go cop this shoe. For more info, check out the links below.



Anyone familiar with the behavior of a bunch of crabs trapped at the bottom of a bucket will know what happens when one of them tries to climb to the top. Instead of attempting the climb themselves, those left at the bottom of the bucket will do all in their collective power to drag the climber back down. And although crab behavior should not in any way be compared to human behavior, it can in many instances. I mean you’ve probably been the crab being dragged back down into the bucket. It happens alot not just in society, but amongst us black people. The difference between other races to me is the support. From whites, to hispanics, to asians, they have a deeper connection when it comes to support upon their race. As african americans, we already have it hard in this world, it’s been like that from the beginning, and it still is now. Support is why I feel why many of us don’t make it. When you see anybody strive for success and make it, don’t hate or try to put that person down. Congratulate them, and get on your shit. We seem to hate on people for making it, but fail to realize they were trying to do something about their situation, and they did. So why not try and do the same? We all have our stories and struggles, but not just us blacks, but as a society we have to support people that make it, and do the things we need to do to make it as well. Because in the long run, it will make the world better even if it feels like it won’t matter. “SUPPORT”