Song of the Day – ‘It Was a Good Day’

  So, if you haven’t caught me talking about on other social medias, I’ll be back on the stage in June.  Haven’t done a play in a couple of years now.  Not to go all WWE on you during WrestleMania week, but the energy of a live crowd is definitely different than performing for the […]

Song of the Day – ‘I’m a Ho’

  Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated was founded on December 4th, 1906. The ideals are Scholarship, Manly Deeds, and Love for All Mankind. In 2016, as much as any year before, my personal commitment to serve my religious community and all mankind has really come to the surface. So four years from now, when I […]

Most Important Black Films – #4 Boyz N The Hood

Boyz N The Hood was the debut film by writer/director John Singleton.  The semi-autobiographical tale revolves around three young black men, Tre, Ricky, and Doughboy, and their daily lives growing up in South Central Los Angeles. On to the tale of the tape… Relevance:  While the phrase ‘black film’ can take on many different meanings […]