Who is SHARAYA J?
Born on the beautiful island Hawaii and raised in New Jersey, SHARAYA J is an talented dancer turned rookie rapper making waves in music under the leadership of the legendary MISSY ELLIOTT.
While dancing for a host of well known celebrities and choreographers including, DIDDY, RIHANNA, ALICIA KEYS and LAURIANNE GIBSON early in her career, SHARAYA J has transferred her passion, skill, and network as a dancer into a budding rap career.
The protege of famed musician and producer, MISSY ELLIOTT, SHARAYA is attempting to make a name for herself and separate herself from other rookies, with her B.A.N.J.I (Be Authentic Never Jeopardize Individuality) movement.
Check out SHARAYA J’s “Banji,” video below and tell us what you think of the newcomer.Listen to her single inside!!!
The Wolfpack is back for the final installment of the hit film series, The Hangover.
BRADLEY COOPER, ED HELMS, ZACH GALIFIANAKIS, are all set to play their characters, “Phil,” “Stu,” and “Alan,” as they bring this trilogy to a close.
The Hangover III begins a what appears to be a memorial service for “Alan’s,” deceased father the trio ends up back where it all began – in Vegas.Featuring cameos from old cast members, “Mr. Chow, The Hangover Part III, also introduces a slew of new characters.
The Hangover III, is set to hit theaters on Memorial Day.Check out the trailer for the The Hangover III, in the video above.Click inside to watch the full trailer for The Hangover III...
Atlanta radio personality EGYPT SHERROD teamed up with Clark Atlanta University and the Women’s Empowerment Conference to hosts its first annual Sister’s Keeper Shut-In event.
150 lucky young ladies won a chance to attend the overnight empowerment boot camp where they discussed the spirit of sisterhood, creating an environment of love and acceptance for one another and tackled issues like jealousy and self-hatred.
TOWANDA BRAXTON, NICCI GILBERT, MIMI FAUST, SYLEENA JOHNSON, IVY COUCH, and Pastor DOMONIQUE flocked to the all female retreat to serve as guest speakers.
Other guest speakers included a wide range of successful women of color ranging from doctors, dentists, celebrity hair and makeup artists, talent managers, motivational speakers and publishing executives.
Former 112 member, Q PARKER, made a brief appearance to discuss fitness and healthy living shortly before delivering an impromptu performance of 112′s hit single, “Cupid.”Click inside to view more photos:
Over the last few weeks, the Harlem Shake dance craze has erupted and has turned the entertainment industry upside down.
Not to be confused with the early 2000′s dance, the new Harlem Shake has resulted in celebrities from all aspects of the industry uploading minute long clips of them dancing to the up-tempo bass track produced by Baauer, a New York native.
NBA champion LEBRON JAMES and his Miami Heat teammates recently took a stab at the growing phenomena and received millions of views within a series of days.
Check out the Miami Heat’s Harlem Shake in the video above.
In his fictional debut, 64-year-old Alma is a widow having a hard time adjusting to her new, single life.
When a group of friendly red hat–wearing women welcomes her into their fold, she realizes that the third act of her life could be the best.
Though fans of Wayans’ comedy will find little of his over-the-top zaniness, his emotional and poignant pen will move them. – RAKIA CLARK
Hip-Hop mogul, MICHAEL BLUE WILLIAMS, is looking to establish a New York based gun buyback program that would offer mentoring programs and tickets to BEYONCE’s The Mrs. Carter Show tour for those who hand in their guns.
Known for managing OUTKAST and CEE-LO GREEN, WILLIAMS recently revealed his planned in a statement released to the New York Daily News.
“The Beyoncé show is coming to Brooklyn; the Jay-Z show is coming to Yankee Stadium. Our goal is to reach out to individuals who are in my industry, in my world and who I have an association with and get their support,” Williams said.
The program, Guns for Greatness has raised over $75,000 and looks to reach over…Click inside to read more...
First introduced a decade ago, the series itself is as convoluted and dramatic as any Tyler Perry flick. But MARY B.’s quick pacing and penchant for sexy bedroom scenes—her forte—have always kept the pages turning. And so it is here.
Darius Jones is the sexy MVP of a basketball team with a wife, a baby mama and a stalker. Let the games begin.- RAKIA CLARK
Newbie rapper, BRIANNA PERRY, recently debuted the trailer for her upcoming vlog series Girl Talk.
Girl Talk features PERRY, a few of her her closest friends, including rapper, TRINA, having intimate conversations about issues prevalent to women.
Equipped with dinner, drinks, and good music, Girl Talk >is set to air later on this year on this year.
Rapper, LIL WAYNE, needs to have a seat.
The I Am Not A Human Being, rap star is in hot water for making a highly inappropriate EMMETT TILL reference in one of his songs.
While spitting a verse on FUTURE’s “Karate Chop Remix,” Weezy compared his sexual abilities to the brutal 1955 death of TILL as he rapped, “beat the p*ssy up like Emmett Till.”
If you can remember TILL, was the 14-year-old boy who was kidnapped, beaten, shot in the head, had his eyes gauged out, and a 70 pound cotton gin fan tied around his neck before his lifeless mutilated body was thrown into the Tallahatchie River, in Mississippi – all for allegedly flirting with a white woman.
Now how could anyone think it’s cool to disrespectfully use TILL’s name and unfortunate death as a disgustingly inappropriate rap lyric? Without being able to ever imagine the physical pain and mental torment of the teenaged boy, how does one even attempt to make an analogy?
As an African American man who has children of his own, LIL WAYNE should of been more cognizant in exploiting the brutal death of a harmless child. A child, close to his own eldest daughter in age…Click inside to continue to read more!!!