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Skorge Da Hoodlum: The Millennial Street King delivers an epic diary of pain, success, and triumph

Skorge Da Hoodlum: The Millennial Street King delivers an epic diary of pain, success, and triumph

Skorge Da Hoodlum: The Millennial Street King delivers an epic diary of pain, success, and triumph

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Skorge Da Hoodlum perfectly narrates the trials, tribulations, and passion for the success of every young hustler striving for greatness.  Understanding street politics and the rules of engagement are life essentials for surviving in the jungle of life.  Skorge Da Hoodlum provides a visual blueprint with ‘Millennial Street King’ and illuminates the streets’ thoughts and feelings in real-time.  Skorge Da Hoodlum creates panoramic views of success and inspires Millennials worldwide to shoot for the moon.

Skorge Da Hoodlum creates a unique dynamic of inspiration, immersed within pain, and outlined with street economics. ‘Millennial Street King’ provides a cinematic journey for viewers and challenges the imagination beyond usual for all viewers.  The year 2020 will be remember for the year of social justice reform. ‘Millennial Street King’ provides a customized formula of aspiration and fundamental truth for every hunger and young hustler seeking to control their destiny. ‘Millennial Street King’ has arrived, and the message is resonating and sending shockwaves throughout Philadelphia.  

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Canada Prime Minister unveils $221 million program for Black entrepreneurs

Canada Prime Minister unveils $221 million program for Black entrepreneurs

Canada Prime Minister unveils $221 million program for Black entrepreneurs

Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, launched a new national program on Wednesday, wherein private and public funding for Black entrepreneurs and Black-owned businesses will be facilitated. In the press conference, Trudeau stated that the new Black Entrepreneurship Program will help Canada inch one step closer towards mitigating systemic racism in the country.

“The pandemic has shone a light on the inequalities that disproportionately hurt Black Canadians and has underscored the need to restart our economy in a way that allows all Canadians an equal chance to succeed,” Trudeau told reporters. “That is why today – thanks in part to the leadership, advocacy and expertise of Black business owners and Black-led organizations – we are announcing Canada’s first-ever Black Entrepreneurship Program.”

“As we move forward, this program will help support Black entrepreneurs and create new opportunities for Black-owned businesses, so they are well-positioned for our economic recovery,” he added.

The official press release stated that the government will invest $93 million in the next four years and will also collaborate with Canadian financial institutions, to ensure that the funding touches $221 million. The plan is to split the funding to help three initiatives: a National Ecosystem Fund, a Black Entrepreneurship Loan Fund and a Black Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub. With these initiatives, funding and capital, financial planning services and sizable business loans can be availed. Moreover, the Black Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub, established by Black business and organization leaders, aims to obtain data to better comprehend the barriers faced by Black entrepreneurs, to better devise the program in the future.

“For too long, Black entrepreneurs and business owners have faced systemic barriers to their success, and the COVID-19 pandemic has had a disproportionate effect on them,” Hon. Mary Ng — minister of Small Business, Export Promotion and International Trade — added. “With Canada’s first-ever Black Entrepreneurship Program, our government is taking real action to support Black entrepreneurs recovering from COVID-19 and empower them to start up, innovate, grow and succeed. We will continue to do whatever it takes to support all small business owners and entrepreneurs across the country.”

Moreover, Canada also plans on enhancing its Anti-Racism Strategy, by devising novel justice reforms and improving the support provided by the local community for Black youth. 

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Dave East Releases “Said What I Said” visual With Doe Boy

Dave East Releases “Said What I Said” visual With Doe Boy

Dave East Releases “Said What I Said” visual With Doe Boy

Dave East’s third installment of popular series Karma, was released last month, which incorporated 15 tracks and collaborations with artists such as Popcaan, Trey Songz, Trouble, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Young Dolph, Benny The Butcher, Mary J. Blige, and more. Now, the star released a new visual from the project “Said What I Said,” featuring assistance from Doe Boy, and both of them can be seen being gangsta in this cut produced by V Don and Motif Alumni:

“I’ll never hide from a threat, I’m smiling at cameras, an opp died, got us dancing, top down when we landing, forgot my name, call me handsome/

No more Xans, I was scrambling, pocket full of bunch of dead men, you ain’t f***in’, give me head then, I see demons, I hop out the bed, could’ve leased it, I copped it instead…/”

In this video, both the collaborators can be seen on a rooftop as they sang their songs and kept everything quite simple. The backdrop included some cool graffiti and a city skyline.

Before Karma 3, Dave East released his official debut LP Survival, featuring 20 cuts and assists from artists such as Nas, DJ Premier, Teyana Taylor, Lil Baby, Mozzy, Gunna, and Jacquees.

“Whatever you put out into the universe, I feel like that s*** gonna come back. We all do our dirt, but I try to consciously put good out hoping that s*** comes back to me ‘cause I got friends that ain’t here no more or they’re doing 100 years. They put bad into the universe. I watched ‘em do it, I might’ve did it with ‘em, but that’s all they did and the karma of that, it never comes back good.”

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George Floyd’s medical records believed to be breached

George Floyd’s medical records believed to be breached

George Floyd’s medical records believed to be breached

A lawyer of George Floyd’s family revealed, that several people infringed his medical records since he passed away.

Attorney Antonio Romanucci revealed that the family of late Floyd were sent a letter by the Hennepin County Medical Center, who cautioned them about these breaches.

“The Floyd family and attorneys were recently made aware of a data breach of George Floyd’s confidential information at the Hennepin County Medical Center,” Romanucci revealed in the statement. “The letter said there were breaches of his data over multiple dates and that the employees involved are ‘no longer with the organization.’”

He also added that the medical center revealed nothing regarding what kind of information was accessed when people breached the records. Moreover, it was also not divulged if the employees also partook in these breaches and if they were terminated from their positions. Floyd was brought to the Hennepin County Medical Center on the same night that he died.

“When George Floyd was desperate for a breath, the city of Minneapolis pushed on his neck further,” Romanucci added. “And even after death, he was abused and mistreated by the system.”

Romanucci stated that no subpoenas were issued by the family, nor did they seek more evidence regarding alleged breaches. He stated the he, along with his team, is “exploring all of our remedies.”

A statement was issued by the Hennepin County Medical Center, wherein they did not confirm that Floyd’s data was breached, however they did state that all forms of information breach are “taken seriously and thoroughly investigated.”

“If it is determined that a violation has occurred, disciplinary action up to and including termination can be used,” the statement added.

Currently, an ex-cop who partook in the incident of Floyd’s death, Derek Chauvin, faces up to 40 years in prison. He has been charged with second-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. Rest of the former cops involved, Thomas Lane, J. Alexander Kueng and Tou Thao, have been charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder and aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter.

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Mozzy releases “Streets Ain’t Safe” that features BLXST

Mozzy releases “Streets Ain’t Safe” that features BLXST

Mozzy releases “Streets Ain’t Safe” that features BLXST

Mozzy, the Grammy Award-nominated lyricist has teamed up with artist BLXST yet again, for a new track “Streets Ain’t Safe.” This song is a part of Mozzy’s upcoming project Occupational Hazard, which will release on Sept. 22.

Earlier this year, both of them collaborated for the single “I Ain’t Perfect” from Beyond Bulletproof, which was Mozzy’s fifth studio album that was released in May. Several artists like Polo G, Shordie Shordie, and Eric Bellinger were featured in the project, which reached #43 on the Billboard 200.

EMPIRE artist Mozzy hails from Sacramento’s Oak Park neighborhood, and has become popular among music lovers after he featured in 2018’s Black Panther track. In 2019, Mozzy’s last solo album Internal Affairs was released. However, the same year, we also witnessed Blood Cuzzins, which was a collaboration album with Tsu Surf.

Even BLXST is quickly becoming popular not just in West Coast, but in other regions as well, as he is delivering smooth hooks and real lyrics. In the year 2019, he dropped a collaboration project with Bino Rideaux titled Sixtape. Very recently, he released a solo EP, No Love Lost, just last week. Initially, he gained popularity due to his work in production as well as collaboration with Kendrick Lamar, YG, Mozzy, G Perico, Eric Bellinger, Bino Rideaux and more.

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