Tyler Perry Studios hosted the Atlanta premiere of “For Colored Girls” last night at Atlantic Station. The enthusiastic crowd was greeted by Producer Roger Bob and Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed for the private screening of the highly anticipated film.
I don’t want to give it all away, but this movie will be a classic! FOR COLORED GIRLS is written for the screen and directed by Tyler Perry, and based on the stage play “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf” written by Ntozake Shange.
Ok… so today is election day and I already know that most of you have voted by now. If you haven’t, then I’m assuming that you’re on you’re way.
At any rate, voting is our fundamental right and when we make our voices heard, we can keep moving our nation forward. You don’t have the right to complain about anything that’s going on in America, if you haven’t cast your vote.
Today, November 2, 2010 we need to be heard. HEAD TO THE POLLS AND VOTE!!!
For information about elections in your state CLICK HERE.
Cornell Haynes, Jr. aka Nelly discusses his teen years on a recent episode of MTVs “When I Was 17”. Nelly shares days of cutting class, gambling…
“We used to shoot dice in the band room, in the bathroom. If there was a crap game, I was getting out of class to attend that crap game,” he says. “This is how I got money for the new J’s [Jordans] that was coming out; this is how I got my lunch money. This is how I ate.”
Flinging the dice proved to be a lucrative hobby for Nelly, and the “Grillz” rapper knew exactly what he wanted to do with his newfound green.
Before Trey Songz was “Trey Songz” he was the mixtape master! Remember his versions of Beyonce’s “Big Ego” and Jasmine Sullivan’s “Bust the Windows”? No? Well Click HERE and HERE to refresh your memory.
Trey is superstar but still likes to mix it up. Check out his “Triggamix” of Rick Ross’ Aston Martin Music: