Kikk It – @BeatzBattalion ft @CleverKisum

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NEW SONG BY BEATZ BATTALION FT. CLEVERKISUM

“KIKK IT”

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TWITTER: @BEATZBATTALION @CLEVERKISUM

IG: @CLEVERKISUM

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Gina Rivera @ModelGina – TRRG Stallions Models

#modelgina :) We are pleased to bring another exclusive mixed model to 24Hr Dimes Magazine all the way from Georgia.  The talented model and actress Gina Rivera {G1NaCakeZ} is really making an impact with her sexy photoshoots with Foto Mike that show her unique style, fit and curvy with a really nice booty to compliment her lovely facial features. Check out her photo below!

Visit her website at www.ginarivera.net

We look forward to seeing a lot more from Gina in magazines and media in the months to come.

Follow her on IG: @ModelGina & Twitter: @ModelGina

Photo by Foto Mike

Courtesy of Jay at Machine State Digital

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11 Songs Titled “Fireworks” to Help You Celebrate July 4th

Need a new playlist for your 4th of July cookout? Here are 11 songs titled "Fireworks." Almost none of them are actually about fireworks.

1. Katy Perry – Firework (Official Video)

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Katy Perry’s “Firework” first appeared on her album Teenage Dreams.

2. Drake – Fireworks

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“Fireworks” appeared on Drake’s first album, Thank Me Later.

3. Blue Oyster Cult – Fireworks

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From the band who brought us “Don’t Fear the Reaper,” the Blue Oyster Cult, also comes “Fireworks.”

4. R. Kelly – Fireworks

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“Fireworks” appeared on R.Kelly’s 2010 album Epic.

5. Plain White T’s – Fireworks

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Plain White T’s “Fireworks” was first heard on their album Stop.

6. Ronnie Milsap – Fireworks

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Representing country, Ronnie Milsap’s Country Again album contained “Fireworks.”

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Dej Loaf & Big Sean Trade Verses On “Back Up” | Wired Tracks 7.3.15

Representing Detroit, Dej Loaf and Big Sean, reconnect on the former’s new track “Back Up.”

Both rappers share the same sentiments: They want their space, and don’t care to spare your feelings while making that clear.

Dej’s new cut appears with songs from Chief Keef, Your Old Droog, Allan Kingdom and Kevin Abstract, and more in Wired Tracks below.

Photo: Instagram

Chief Keef – “Ain’t Missing You”

Allan Kingdom & Kevin Abstract – “Refresh”

Statik Selektah ft. Royce Da 5’9″ – “Crystal Clear”

Glasses Malone – “Big Bro”

Tree – “Kinfolk”

Your Old Droog – “We Don’t Know You”

Doja Cat – “Dizzy”

The post Dej Loaf & Big Sean Trade Verses On “Back Up” | Wired Tracks 7.3.15 appeared first on Hip-Hop Wired.

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Lil Boosie Misses Concert Date…Mayhem Ensues

This is what happened when Lil Boosie missed a date, apparently in Macon, GA. Nobody quite knows if he missed the date or if the promoter was funny with money. But…

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Paid In Full (Expanded) – Eric B. & Rakim

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Paid In Full (Expanded)

Eric B. & Rakim

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: July 6, 1987

© ℗ 2005 The Island Def Jam Music Group

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KKK Asks Families To Bring Kids To Labor Day Weekend Cross Burning Event ” Help Prepare Your Children”

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Guess we shouldn’t be surprised that hateful people want their children to be haters too.

According to RawStory reports:

The KKK wants its supporters to spend Labor Day weekend with them, according to its website — and they really want their children to come too.

The notorious hate group will be holding its “National Congress” in Harrison, Arkansas. Attendees are expected to wear “casual business attire.” Scheduled “fun” will include ping pong, foosball, folk dancing and a “cross lighting. The light of Christ dispels the darkness.”

The event organizers urged supporters not to leave young children behind, but bring them for some early indoctrination and fear mongering.

“Your children are the target! Those that hate our heritage and faith have targeted America’s children,” the event page says. “Schools are indoctrination centers for homosexuals and race-mixers. Even our churches aren’t safe. Television is full of filth!”

Accommodations for children, including a nursery for infants and toddlers, will be available.

“If you have children still living at home we urge you not to neglect this important opportunity to help prepare your children. We will have a wonderful program to help entertain as well as teach them old time values of our forefathers,” the website urges.

The group has made itself more visible since accused shooter and racist Dylann Roof gunned down nine unarmed African-American churchgoers in Charleston on June 17. The group praised Roof for the massacre, calling it a “victory.”

They launched a recruitment campaign that week, leaving bags with candy and flyers in people’s yards in at least six states, including California, Kansas, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, and Georgia.

This month the Klan will holding a training camp to “train future leaders who can return to their communities with the tools to become actively involved in this struggle for our racial redemption.”

On July 18, they also plan to rally in South Carolina against the likely removal of the Confederate flag from the statehouse, Politico reports.

Since the Charleston shooting, a string of black churches burned in the South and three were attributed to arson.


This is so alarming. We hoped that times were getting better but it’s obvious that hatred is still on the rise. We shudder to think of one of our kids encountering kids who are being raised like this.


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