Tuesday, February 22, 2011

My Fellow Man B Slade feat Kaoz

New song from two of the leading out artists in the LGBT game Rapper Kaoz and BSlade hits with a great song get into the words. for more on BSlade check him out on http://bslade.bandcamp.com/ and do the same with Kaoz at http://kaoz.bandcamp.com/ these guys are doin it big thus far in 2011 much continued success to them.

Monday, February 21, 2011

Leave It On The floor:Paris is Burning 2011 remake

This 2011 Indie Film is giving me Paris is Burning all over again so check out the trailer below as well as be a fan of their facebook page by 'Like" It http://www.facebook.com/pages/Leave-It-On-The-Floor/115978211757734?sk=wall

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Thursday, February 17, 2011


Interesting to say the least wow WHO THE FUCK WANA GO TO WAR! The QUEEN B is BACK! but this beef between her and Nicki Minaji needs to end now! we all know who the QUEEN IS!

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Tha Life: "Atlanta": Black Gay Reality Show coming to TV!

Tha Life: Atlanta the new series which is the Black Gay version of popular Bravo fanchise Housewives series as well LOGO A- List just debuted their 5 minute trailer and this looks like it will be alot of drama as the series takes a look at the lives of 5 Atlanta men who live their lives on the down-low. Peep out the trailer below by clicking on the link. This look like another stereotypical look what the life of black gay men are not to be precieved and paints another black eye for us.

Real Housewives of Civil Rights starring Wayne Brady

This was a hilarious pardoy base on the VH1 show Real Housewives of ATL get into the funny skit starring Wayne Brady.

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Janet Jackson on "Today" show part 1 interview

Janet Jackson sat down with NBC Today show host Meredith Veria and she came on the show to promote her new book which comes out on Tuesday entitled "True You" so make sure you get the book. Also Janet Jackson is currently on tour so make sure you go and see her. Go to www.janetjackson.com/tour   for ticket info. Also Part 2 of the Today Show interview will be on monday Feb 14 and on Sunday on NBC at 7pm Dateline will be doing an 1 hr special on Janet Jackson as well.

Friday, February 11, 2011

Andresflava says Goodbye 2 DC and Hello to NYC

Well once again i am transitioning in my life for the better and i really thought that DC would be that place once I left South Florida on Dec 27, 2007 for DC at the time ending my relationship and moving to a place where I thought i could make a difference like I did in South Florida. Well that was not the case while in DC for me, Folks have said that I did but i honestly dont think I did while there and as of being in NYC for only 5 days I have accomplished alot those far and have already met alot of movers and shakers in the NYC arena. I will indeed cherish the bonds that I formed while in DC and I will look at the Good, The Bad and The Ugly in DC as yet another learning experience and step in my life as I continue to press forward and not stumble back.

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Andresflava celebrates Black History Month

Ruth Graves Wakefield (1905-1977) invented chocolate chips (and chocolate chip cookies) in 1930. Wakefield ran the Toll House Inn in Whitman, Massachusetts. Her new cookie invention was called the "Toll House Cookie." Her original cookies used broken-up bars of semi-sweet chocolate. Her cookbook, "Toll House Tried and True Recipes," was published in 1940.

The potato chip was invented in 1853 by George Crum. A African American chef. French fries were popular at the restaurant and one day a diner complained that the fries were too thick. Although Crum made a thinner batch, the customer was still unsatisfied. Crum finally made fries that were too thin to eat with a fork, hoping to annoy the extremely fussy customer. The customer was happy and potato chips were invented!

The Jackson 5ive was a Saturday morning cartoon series produced by Rankin/Bass and Motown Productions on ABC from September 11, 1971 until September 1, 1973; a fictionalized portrayal of the careers of Motown recording group The Jackson 5.

Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids, an animated series created, produced, and hosted (in live action bookends) by comedian Bill Cosby. He also provided voices for many of characters, including Albert. The show premiered in 1972 and ran until 1985. Based on Cosby's remembrances of his childhood.

  • Rapper Jay-Z allegedly developed his stage name as a reference to New York's J/Z subway lines that have a stop in his Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, neighborhood.

  • Martin Luther King, Jr. was stabbed by an African-American woman in 1958 while attending his book signing at Blumstein's department store in Harlem. The next year, King and his wife visited India to study Mahatma Gandhi's philosophy of nonviolence.

  • As a child Muhammad Ali was refused an autograph by his idol, boxer Sugar Ray Robinson. When Ali became a prize-fighter, he vowed never to deny an autograph request, which he has honored to this day.

  • Ella Fitzgerald had a three-octave range — a range greater than most professional Opera singers.

  • Famed guitarist Jimi Hendrix was known by close friends and family members simply as "Buster."

  • Louis Armstrong bought his first coronet at the age of seven with money he borrowed from his employers. He taught himself to play while in a home for juvenile delinquents.

  • Due to his acclaimed "Banana Boat" song, most people assume Harry Belafonte was born in the Caribbean; in fact, the internationally renowned entertainment icon and human rights activist was born in Harlem, New York.

  • Before becoming a professional musician, Chuck Berry studied to be a hairdresser.

  • Legendary singer James Brown performed in front of a televised audience in Boston the day after Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated. Brown is often given credit for preventing riots with the performance.

  • Female science fiction author Octavia Butler was dyslexic. Despite her disorder, she went on to win two Hugo awards and two Nebulas for her writing.

  • The "King of Pop," Michael Jackson, co-wrote the single "We Are the World" with Motown legend Lionel Richie. The single became one of the best-selling singles of all time, with nearly 20 million copies sold and millions of dollars donated to famine relief in Africa.

Saturday, February 5, 2011

LastO Returns with The Campaign Vol. 1 Charm

You last saw LastO on this site back in September after his labor day performance at Inferno DR http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujmIlormaOc well he is back to give us an update on whats goin on with him and whats next.

Friday, February 4, 2011

Dominican Republic Labor Day Weekend Sept 1-5--Inferno DR 2011

The villas are being booked like HOTCAKES....This year you can actually choose how close you want to be to the beach...(YES YOU CAN PICK YOUR VILLA LOCATION)

ALL the villas are off the hook...so DON'T WAIT...Book you trip today!!!

AFFORDABLE payment plans are available...Book by CALLING Lazara at (305) 891- 2198 and Let em' know Zee sent you...

This is the ONLY event of its kind. ALL INCLUSIVE. Your ticket includes: Roundtrip airfare, 
Unlimited food, 
Unlimited alcohol, 
Unlimited parties,
Uunlimited beaches,
Unlimited HEAT!

CHECK OUT www.INFERNODR.com for all the Packages and Pricing...when booking let em' know Zee sent you.

WE HAD AN AWESOME TIME...Check out the pictures from Inferno DR 2010 at http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=771065111#!/album.php?aid=502968&id=771065111

TBS show Are We There Yet? tackles gay story line

On the TBS sitcom, “Are We There Yet?” They recently tackled the issue of a semi-closeted gay football player named Cedric played by Maxx Brawer  (full episode below). The football player was kind of leading on the daughter, who didn’t know he was gay. This prompted her concerned father to talk to the boy about coming out to his daughter. The father didn’t judge the boy, just warned him that not coming out would hurt his daughter which led the boy to come out to the daughter.

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Better Days Radio Lands New Home at BeeHiveFM.com

Many of you may be familiar with the power online radio couple Sir Daniel and Drama Dupree better known as Better Days Radio. The two ATLiens have been the voice and source of the black LGBT community now for over a year broadcasting weekly online through hipcast with exclusive interviews, music, and entertainment from the gay community's perspective.
This Friday the duo will be taking another huge leap in the online radio community and expanding their audience and listeners by being the first gay online radio show to join the popular BeeHive Radio family.BeeHive radio is a popular urban online radio broadcaster which host various morning, day, and nightly shows each day.
Better Days radio will start their late night show this Friday from 10pm-Midnight discussing the latest and greatest in the black gay community reaching thousands of more listeners both gay and straight.
Check out this special message from The Better Days Radio crew and make sure you are tuned in Friday night from 10pm-Midnight to show support to your very own!
"I'm sure you've heard the good news. Better Days Radio has made a new home on BeeHiveFM.com. Thank you for supporting us from day 1, but we need your help more than ever! It is very important that you and 20 of your friends log on & listen, call in, join the chatroom & let the powers that be at BeeHiveFM know that BDR is your show and you demand it for your community.

Better Days Radio airs Fridays 10PM-Midnight on www.beehivefm.com. You can view us on Ustream and for you Iphone & Droid users there's app for that!
IPhone Users:

Remember we're Live Friday, February 4th 10PM til Midnight on www.beehivefm.com

Sir Daniel & Drama Dupree are
Better Days Radio"

Help Bring Back The DL Chronicles

Hey folks lets bring the show The DL Chronicles back that got lots of folks wagging their tongues and was very successful in the pride circuit back  in 2008 as well very successful  run on the Here! Network with their 4 episodes. Below is the Behind The Scenes look at this hot show. Also below is an open letter from the creators of the show.

Help The Return of The DL Chronicles - ALL NEW
Dear Friends,

As many of you may know, The DL Chronicles was indefinitely cancelled from its cable TV Network home after its first, very successful, award winning television run.

You may recall rumors or have read announcements of a second season in 2009 that never surfaced. Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond our control, that second season was never produced.

We are sorry to have left our audience anticipating the many stories we had left to share. However, we are looking forward to bringing The DL Chronicles BACK in 2011/2012!

Our voices won't be silenced by unfortunate circumstance.

SO WE ARE ASKING OF YOUR HELP - the people who made it what it was.


Our goal is to gather up to 1 Million supporters of the show, in a grassroots effort to show our strength in numbers. The DL Chronicles has been seen across the globe, Canada, UK, France, Germany, Korea, South America, and more.


One of the ways you can help the return of The DL Chronicles is by simply recommending our Facebook Page to your friends.http://www.facebook.com/thedlchronicles

Go to The DL Chronicles page and click “Suggest to Friends” under the profile pic on the left. Then add the friends you want to recommend.

You can also SHARE the page on your WALL with a personal note about how The DL Chronicles affected you.

We are excited and ready to bring you ALL NEW stories - stories that educate, entertain, scintillate, inspire, and CHANGE.

Quincy LeNear & Deondray Gossett


Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Andresflava celebrates Black Gay History Month

Yes today starts Black History month but I want to take the time to celebrate the Black Gays who have shaped this country in so many ways and i will be profiling several through out this month as we take a moment to celebrate our history. So today we look at Bayard Rustin.

Black History Fact: Openly Gay Black Activist Bayard Rustin brought MLK JR to Gandhi's non-violence resistance philosophy and was the visionary and orchestrator of the March on Washington, he also was key to form ties with white Jews to fund the movement so when people were arrested, he could quickly bail them out and continue the movement.

1 on 1 with Motivational Speaker/Out Music Rapper Kaoz

2 weeks ago while at the NASEM Conference in NYC i had the opportunity to sit down and interview out music rapper Kaoz and we talked about everything from sex, love, life and so much more get into the in the interview below.