Wednesday, August 29, 2012

WassupNATL 10 Year Anniversary Mix by ATLDJTROUBLE

WassupNATL 10 Year Anniversary Mix by ATLDJTROUBLE

ADTV STORIES: Matthew Barrett




The next to last ADTV Story before Derrick Briggs so get into it. Great job Matt loved ya story

Monday, August 27, 2012

Keke Palmer- Dance Alone (Official Video)





Who knew Keke had this in her.... U betta WERK!!! Get it Keke!!!

1 on 1 with Ahmier who talks NYC transition,Life, Love and everything in...









Get to know a little bit about Ahmier the blogger as he transitions from Houston to NYC in this no holds barred interview....

SWV performs at Irving Plaza in nyc 8/25/12





On Saturday night SWV performed all their hits for their fans in nyc get into the concert

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Lupe Fiasco - Bitch Bad [Music Video]





There has been alot of controversy surrounding this video... Get into it...

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Monday, August 20, 2012

Vivian Green - Anything Out There





New single and now we have a visual to go with it. Album drops next month ... Get into Ms. Green

KeKe of the Day: How to shout in a black church....






Hopefully your having a great monday if you need a little pick me up get into this get skit am sure we have all witness this in a black church....

New Music Video It's Over Now Feat. KIN4LIFE Female Hip Hop Duo






Get into Kin4Life Lesbian Female Rap Group doing their thing...


Sunday, August 19, 2012

Rihanna opens up to Oprah on "Next Chapter" on OWN Network






Video streaming by Ustream


Get into this Next Chapter interview as Rihanna opens up to Oprah on everything with this No Holds barred interview and Rihanna answered every question and Oprah asked just about every question we wanted to know.... Get into the interview

Friday, August 17, 2012

R&B Divas Season Tease 2012




New extended trailer for upcoming show R&B Divas coming out on Monday at 10pm on TVone

Thursday, August 16, 2012

Shi-Queeta-Lee's Behind the Scenes of R&B Divas on TvOne starting Aug. 2...








Get into the Behind the Scenes of R&B Divas visit to DC for DC Black Gay Pride which took place during the Memorial Day Weekend...

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

3LWTV Meeting @Oprah As Her Special Guest in #LifeClass @OWNTV




You guys know I love me some 3LWTV and you have seen me in a few of his videos through out the years well on Monday Lonnell got the opportunity to live his ultimate dreams and meet Mother Oprah get into the video. This is only up for you Lonnell so proud of you. Love u!

Monday, August 13, 2012

BRICKS- NYC Based Gay Black Reality Show




BRICKS- Is a reality show about 9 gay black guys working in New York City striving to make their dreams and careers come true in THE BIG APPLE. These guys are In search of love,life and success.

"My Brother" Official Music Video by Nhojj




Here is the latest video from Nhojj from his latest hit song "My Brother" Get into it..

Don't Let Finding Me the Series FADE TO BLACK




An update to keep The Finding Me Series alive... Please donate..

Thursday, August 9, 2012

Something About Sin by Taylor Siluwe & Martrel A. Howard




Even though he is no longer with us the memory of Taylor Siluwe and his writings will live on. Before his passing Taylor was working on his latest book entitled Something About Sin which is his follow up to the steamy Dancing With The Devil. The book will be released next week on Aug 14. Thanks to his partner Martrel Howard for continuous strength and keeping Taylor legacy moving forward...







Here is the trailer to the book...


TVOne's R&B Diva's Trailer premiere's Aug 20 8pm








Here it is. The super trailer of TVOne's newest reality show R&B Divas. Which features singers Faith Evans, Nicci Gilbert (Of the group Brownstone), Syleena Johnson, Monifah, and KeKe Wyatt. The show premiers on TVOne on August 20 at 10PM.

Friday, August 3, 2012

Dwight Allen Oneal presents Christopher Street: CockTALES




Here the trailer from upcoming series Cocktales coming soon...

Andresflava Salute's Gabby Douglas Making History & Winning Gold at 2012 Summer Olympics




The USA's Gabby Douglas became the first African-American to win the women's all-around gymnastics title at the London Olympics. She took home the Gold Medal. Congrats Gabby!!

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Finding Me The Series IndieGoGo Campaign

Help Finding Me the Series come to fruition. Be a part of the movement. Join the IndieGOGO Campaign and make a contribution!  www.indiegogo.com/findingmetheseries 


Finding Me the Series is a spin-off from the two independent films; Finding Me and Finding Me: Truth. Created by Roger S. Omeus Jr, produced by OmeProductions and distributed by TLA Releasing, this series will continue the story of a group of twenty-something’s and their journey of self discovery in an urban back drop.

 We started this campaign because we need your help to continue creating dynamic, diverse and powerful stories. Without the financial backing of a network or distribution company, the ability to produce quality programming and reach a broad audience is impossible. Presently we are producing Finding Me the Series minisodes via YouTube - but these are breadcrumbs. We need the ability to make a serious pitch to a network by shooting a full and complete episode. This is where you come in!


Your contributions will allow us to shoot two full-length episodes, hire a proper crew including DP (Director of Photography, Camera Man, Sound/Boom Operator, Script Supervisor, PA’s (Production Assistants), Sound mixer, and an Editor. This is the equivalent of a skeleton crew of normal production, but at the moment, we don’t have this.

Our Impact

How many current original programs can you name that feature LGBT African-American characters to date? How many African-American characters that may appear on these television programs are presented with honesty, integrity and truth and exclude typical stereotypes associated with these groups? While stories in the world of Finding Me touch on universal themes of self acceptance, discovery, sexuality, relationships, love and understanding; what makes our project unique is that we spotlight these groups without these stereotypes. The LGBT and Heterosexual communities showcased in our stories present a realist portrayal that sets us apart from the majority of stories that we are used to seeing.

Our Track Record

First time filmmaker, Roger S. Omeus, Jr., gave birth to Finding Me and Finding Me: Truth which was picked up for distribution by TLA Releasing. It is rare that a filmmaker has their first two films distributed. From that point the film was screened overseas in the Grand Canary Islands, London and back to New York City. The films also won two Velocity Awards for best Supporting Actor (Eugene E. Turner) and Best Film. The follow up; Finding Me: Truth was then produced in 2009-2010 and obtained a worldwide distribution being screened in Boston MA, Houston TX, Atlanta GA and a two day theatrical release in New York City in 2011.

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Que from Day 26 performing NYC Black Gay Pride @ Rebel Nightclub 8/17









After parting ways with Diddy’s Bad Boy group Day 26, Anthony Q, (mostly called “Que”,) has announced that he is back with new management, and an fresh new distribution deal with Capitol Records/EMI. Excited about his new journey, he hopes that his fans are ready just as well. Check out the announcement that he posted today below.


For Colored Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Still Not Enough: Coming of Age, Coming Out, and Coming Home



The book comes out online on Aug 8 and in Bookstores on Aug 13....

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Thursday, August 16, 2012 - Keith Boykin Book signing/reading Reception
Author Keith Boykin’s new book, For Colored Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Still Not Enough, addresses longstanding issues of sexual abuse, suicide, HIV/AIDS, racism, and homophobia in the African American and Latino communities, and more specifically among young gay men of color. The book tells stories of real people coming of age, coming out, dealing with religion and spirituality, seeking love and relationships, finding their own identity in or out of the LGBT community, and creating their own sense of political empowerment. For Colored Boys is designed to educate and inspire those seeking to overcome their own obstacles in their own lives.
 
BMK will be hosting the official book release reception at The BMK Center from 6:30pm-8:30pm. (Invitation to come soon) The event will be limited to only the first 50 people who RSVP.  HIV testing offered, giveaways, Refreshments, meet and greet the BMK staff. You can get more info on the book and Keith Boykin here: http://www.amazon.com/Colored-Considered-Suicide-Rainbow-Enough/dp/1936833158 .
For more info, contact bmk@batf.net

 The book was launched in the wake of numerous "young Black men literally committing suicide in the silence of their own communities" such as  Carl Joseph Walker-Hoover, Jaheem Herrera, Raymond Chase, Joseph Jefferson and others last summer. (From Rod 2.0)

 This Anthology will have pieces from Rod McCullom, Darian Aaron, Jamal Brown, Topher Campbell, Wade Davis, Kenyon Farrow, L. Michael Gipson, James Earl Hardy, DeMarco Majors, David Malebranche, B. Scott, Rob Smith, Kevin E. Tayor, Craig Washington, Tim'm West, Nathan H. Williams and Emanuel Xavier. The anthology will include nine poems. In addition to Keith Boykin, the editors include young filmmaker Mark Corece and author/scholar Frank Leon Roberts. (From Rod 2.0)



In 1974, playwright Ntozake Shange published For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf. The book would go on to inspire legions of women for decades and would later become the subject and title of a hugely popular movie in the fall of 2010. While the film was selling out movie theaters, young black gay men were literally committing suicide in the silence of their own communities.

When a young Rutgers University student named Tyler Clementi took his own life after a roommate secretly videotaped him in an intimate setting with another young man, syndicated columnist and author Dan Savage created a YouTube video with his partner Terry to inspire young people facing harassment. Their message, It Gets Better, turned into a popular movement, inspiring thousands of user-created videos on the Internet. Savage's project targeted people of all races, backgrounds and colors, but Boykin has created something special "for colored boys."

The new book, For Colored Boys, addresses longstanding issues of sexual abuse, suicide, HIV/AIDS, racism, and homophobia in the African American and Latino communities, and more specifically among young gay men of color. The book tells stories of real people coming of age, coming out, dealing with religion and spirituality, seeking love and relationships, finding their own identity in or out of the LGBT community, and creating their own sense of political empowerment. For Colored Boys is designed to educate and inspire those seeking to overcome their own obstacles in their own live