On this edition of #BIGFACTS, the mood ranges from hilarious to serious as #85South's #KarlousMiller joins the crew to discuss relationships, social injustice and more! Find REVOLT on TV here: https://revolt.tv/request-revolt Stay connected with REVOLT.TV here: + Subscribe now: http://bit.ly/REVOLT_Subscribe_Now Website: http://REVOLT.TV (Surf) Instagram: http://Instagram.com/REVOLTTV (Follow) Twitter: http://twitter.com/REVOLTTV (Follow) Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/REVOLTTV (Like) Snapchat: Revolt.TV (Add) About REVOLT.TV : Launched by Sean "Diddy" Combs, REVOLT.TV is #1 destination in hip hop. Focused on expertly curating the best of the best in music and engaging youth in social conversation, the multi-genre, multi-platform network offers breaking music news, videos, artist interviews, exclusive performances, and original programming. Artists REVOLT.TV covers include: Joe Budden, Drake, Chance the Rapper, Jay-Z, French Montana, Lil Wayne, Puff Daddy, Diddy, Future, Rick Ross, Remy Ma, Nicki Minaj, Beyonce, Rihanna, Lil Yachty, Kendrick Lamar, Kanye West, Solange, and many more.
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. In this Talk, Pastor Michael T. Smith argues that the “normalcy” of black murder is engrained in our American culture. Indeed, the idea that a black American would be involved in a homicide—either as perpetrator or victim—is so broadly accepted as to be largely unnoticed. Smith exposes the racism that underlies the appalling lack of outrage at high death rates in the black community, and highlights the hypocrisy of a society that glamorizes violence, but ignores its victims. “It doesn’t take action to keep racism going,” Smith observes, “it takes inaction.” About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
J Major Productions presents "Bound" a film by Justus White Justin Gunn and Steven Cooper starring Jeremiah Caldwell Caneil “Chill” Oliver Destiny Mack Steven Cooper Justin Gunn Jonathan “J.O.E.Y” Smith edited by Justus White screen play by Justin Gunn and Steven Cooper directed by Justus White The film Bound, a Chicago story, mirrors many issues and situations that black youth face in Chicago. Such issues include unemployment, poverty, depression, teen pregnancy, gang violence, and death. As an alleviation to these issues, the film introduces multiple artistic opportunities as a source to allow youth growth in artistry and as an effective and creative source of representation. Furthermore, the film professes that building a personal relationship with Jesus Christ in a manner of not being conformed to the world but being transformed by the renewing of one's mind could truly solve many of the issues black youth face in Chicago.
Official Music Video for DJ Khaled feat. Lil Baby & Lil Durk “EVERY CHANCE I GET” off his KHALED KHALED Album KHALED KHALED ALBUM OUT NOW: https://djkhaled.lnk.to/KHALEDKHALED Shop DJ Khaled Merch: https://DJKhaled.lnk.to/KhaledKhaled/... Subscribe to DJ Khaled on YouTube: https://DJKhaled.lnk.to/subscribeYD Follow DJ Khaled Instagram: https://DJKhaled.lnk.to/followII Spotify: https://DJKhaled.lnk.to/followSI Twitter: https://DJKhaled.lnk.to/followTI Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@djkhaled Facebook: https://DJKhaled.lnk.to/followFI Website: https://DJKhaled.lnk.to/followWI Lyrics: We the best music Another one DJ Khaled Scratched a million off my checklist 3 years ago Add 2 zeros to the 1 I’m in a different mode This my life I do what I want I be with different hoes You know the pick and roll I picked her up and sent her home I got rich I just we get em in and get em going You the traffic just got out I aint have to put em on We the ones who got the numbers who put the city on Its the middle of the Summer I got a hoodie on My demon time aint nothing nice I try not to wear nothing twice I came up off of shooting dice My lil brother aint living right My sister and them doing aight My cousin is still serving life Seen a robber rob a deacon I seen a preacher get caught for cheating I break the bank for one of my peoples I said I’m the one they didn’t believe me I showed them the facts none of ya need me Imma get cake as long as I’m breathing They making it hard this shit really easy Imma turn up on a hater every chance that I get I want the biggest watch they got I don’t care if that shit hurt my wrist All these hoes fuck on lil zan I wish I would claim that bitch They get hard when they get guns we got a hood full of sticks Soon as they say we can’t come you know we run around that bitch You could miss me with that shit you know I live in the mix Money cars clothes and hoes You know I live in the mix Money cars clothes and hoes She think I’m a regular rapper I’m not One person come tell me we fucked you blocked Watch me run this shit to the tippidy top yea Keep going Put my kids in Givenchy She must think 1 + 1 is 3 I can’t support you personally She dont got a mortgage moved in with a need These niggas be capping them cars be leased Youngest in charge I speak for the streets I would of naddy naddy they woke up a beast Struggle what made me we use to have water for dinner we didnt have nothing to eat Soon as I get on his ass they gonna look at me bad like damn you was fucking with me Imma turn up on a hater every chance that I get I want the biggest watch they got I dont care if that shit hurt my wrist All these hoes fuck on lil zan I wish I would claim that bitch They get hard when they get guns we got a hood full of sticks Soon as they say we cant come you know we run around that bitch You could miss me with that shit you know I live in the mix Money cars clothes and hoes You know I live in the mix Money cars clothes and hoes I’m from the trenches Nigga be tougher than that But really be there for attention Bitches be talking like they really rich But really be begging me under my pictures I give her 40 50 thousand cash to start up a business I spend that shit at the dentist I rather fuck her and pay her rent for a year just to get out of her feelings I’m in a lambo truck in my hood nobody gonna tell me shit Going to Cali I pick my weed for sure nobody gonna mail me shit Dice game crabs of ceelo I need cash don’t sell me shit Baby got its hood on smash you could tell you really rich Drop the low aint no room right now I took her to the o Then I pulled up on the lamb cause she a fan of boony mo I got the city on lock Fucking up all the opps I be around with 3 million dollars in jewelry im standing on all the blocks This an anthem mmmh hmmm Dropping the 6 in the phantom Black rolls truck with the all white seats remind me I’m sitting on panda All of my cousin she was a dancer All of my brother he was a scammer Sit on my lap cause I’m pulling her tracks I’m not far from the back cause she calling me handsome Imma turn up on a hater every chance that I get I want the biggest watch they got I don’t care if that shit hurt my wrist All these hoes fuck on lil zan I wish I would claim that bitch They get hard when they get guns we got a hood full of sticks Soon as they say we can’t come you know we run around that bitch You could miss me with that shit you know I live in the mix Money cars clothes and hoes You know I live in the mix Money cars clothes and hoes We The Best Music Another one #DJKhaled#KHALEDKHALED#EVERYCHANCEIGET
The film “Favorite Son” debuts today on BET+, starring E. Roger Mitchell. The film is about twin brothers in a gospel group struggling to find a balance of life, love, faith, and religion while under the strict rule of their father, a megachurch Reverend. E. Roger Mithcell joins "Start Your Day" with Sharon Reed and Mike Hill to talk about the film and the “spooky territory” related to playing his role as a Black pastor. He describes the balancing act of being an actor and portraying the realities of the Black church. Mitchell also describes his respect for Robin Givens, Swirl Films, and BET. Sharon Reed also presents a surprise statement that shocks Mitchell during the interview. The film is based on the book of the same title by Tiffany L. Warren. To watch BNC programming, visit https://bnc.tv/how-to-watch/ Follow BNC on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BNCNews Twitter: https://twitter.com/BNCNews Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bncnews/?hl=enhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kGeIg...