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Freddy Rugga: The Millennial Music Street King

Freddy Rugga: The Millennial Music Street King

Freddy Rugga: The Millennial Music Street King

THE PLUG NAMED JIMMY

Freddy Rugga: The Millennial Music Street King

A drug epidemic ravaged East Flatbush during the 1980s and early 1990s, mostly in Vanderveer Estates Apartments, now known as Flatbush Gardens. The intersection of Foster Avenue and Nostrand Avenues was nicknamed “the Front Page” because of media attention to drug murders. The intersection of Foster between New York Avenue and Brooklyn Avenue area to the south was called “the Back Page” because its many murders went unnoticed. The area around the Nostrand playground had various gangs: Crips, Gangster Disciples, Jamaicans (Shower Posse), Trinidadians, and Grenadians, particularly notorious for turf wars, shootouts, and pitbull fights. Welcome to Flatbush, Brooklyn, New York.

Freddy Rugga was a rose that grew from the concrete drug-filled streets of Brooklyn. From birth Freddy Rugga inherited two strikes, being black & a young fatherless male. Being raised by a strong-willed single mother has its advantages; however, the plights & struggles of becoming a “MAN” requires the influence & guidance of a real active “FATHER.” Self-educated with a “READY TO DIE” mentality created an edge to Freddy Rugga, which enabled him to develop superior street survival skills. Imagine living as a child in a homeless shelter amongst other kids and having strangers manage your life. 

One day, a well-known Harlem Rapper named Black Rob visits your shelter & can perform in front of a multi-platinum artist! Freddy Rugga performed as a young black male in front of the legendary rapper Black Rob & blew him away. Black Rob looked Freddy Rugga in his young eyes & told him, “you got something special, kid.” Five months later, Freddy Rugga & Black Rob were incarcerated & both dreams got deferred.

Freddy Rugga evolved from the gripes of prison & re-emerged onto the music scene with an uncontrollable rage. In 2006 he recorded his first mixtape aptly titled Ruggatime Volume 1 & every corner store, bodega, & hood spot was buzzing. Freddy Rugga dropped his debut album Loyalty & Money in 2016 & it became an immediate street hustler’s anthem. The hard-hitting & heavy bass line track “LIFE” resonates with every person on their grind searching for a better day. 

The lyrics of “LIFE” showcases the mental toughness & depth of the mind of Freddy Rugga. The entire track reflects the growth of that same young black male, seeking a way out of that homeless shelter, & being “AGAINST ALL ODDS.” When you listen to the track “LIFE,” it sends chills down your spine, because the drums, basslines, & lyrics define the power of change. Freddy Rugga has endured every type of pain imaginable; however, his voice & music remains dominant on the streets of New York. Freddy Rugga is “The Millennial Music Street King

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King James Worthy: The New Definition of Millennial R&B Cool

King James Worthy: The New Definition of Millennial R&B Cool

King James Worthy: The New Definition of Millennial R&B Cool

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King James Worthy: The New Definition of Millennial R&B Cool

I just landed in Miami, and I have the worst headache imaginable.  Working 21 hours per day over the past 96 hours has taken its toll.  But the saying is true “Heavy is the Head that wears the crown.” Flying first class on Delta has its perks, and this prime rib steak dinner is a clear reminder of why I remain loyal to the grind.  During my flight, Jodeci’s “Diary of a Mad Band” was my sleep therapy aid. 

“Cry For You” is one of the greatest R&B tracks from the ’90s and guaranteed to put anyone to sleep within 5 minutes. 

Classic R&B music is the perfect antidote for migraines, broken hearts, and falling in love.  As I enter my chauffeured Escalade ESV, the driver stores my luggage and provides a complimentary bottle of Deleon Tequila.  I look at the driver and say, “how in the world did you I needed this?”.  He smiled and said SLS Hotel ensures that every guest receives the highest level of service and amenities. Sometimes we forget the beauty of simple things like “consideration.”  

My driver asks me my music preference, and I request “Call On Me” by James Worthy feat Sonna Rele.  The piano chords and angelic voice of Sonna Rele feel like Halle Berry is whispering sweet nothings in my ear.  I take a shot of Platinum Deleon and engulf myself into the sonic vibes.  The lyrics elevate my energy and creates a luxurious ambiance within my mind. The entrance of James Worthy voice commands my immediate attention.  There is an intriguing significance in his voice inflections, lyrical content, and emotional balance.  James Worthy’s music creates a signature style of R&B elegance.

I’m on my third shot of Deleon, and I switch tracks to “Move” featuring Ecstasy.  The high-intensity beat production of “Move” makes me feel like I’m moving thru Club “Liv” searching for Ms. Right. “Move” embodies the fast-paced nightlife of Miami and mesmerizes your imagination.  The most potent element of “MOVE” is “CONFIDENCE.” “Move” unlocks the inner “SHAFT” in every man and empowers them to conquer fears and approach their love interest without mental boundaries.  

As I approach the SLS Hotel, my driver hands me a bottle of Aquahydrate and unloads my luggage.  I thanked him for being a consummate professional and tipped him handsomely.  The front desk staff warmly welcomes me to Miami and provides full concierge service. 

The diverse staff ushers me up to my Premier Balcony Suite, which boasts oceans views of Miami in panoramic style. 

I collapse on the bed and close my eyes in complete exhaustion.  I adjust my Beats Pro earphones and play “This Wave” from James’s album “Kaleidoscopes.”  

Sonically the track gives me that “Babyface” Never Keeping Secrets type vibe.  James possesses a very rare talent for converting vulnerable emotions into transparent expressions of romanticism.  The music of James Worthy enables listeners to mesh their reality and fantasy simultaneously via music.  The track “This Wave” featuring “Truth Hurts” is another example of why he is “The New Definition of Millennial R&B Cool.”  His latest album, “Kaleidoscopes,” is the perfect extension of “Blu Leisure.” 

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Doja Cat uncovers she was diagnosed to have COVID-19

Doja Cat uncovers she was diagnosed to have COVID-19

Doja Cat uncovers she was diagnosed to have COVID-19

“I don’t know how I got it but I got it,” she said.

Doja Cat is talking openly about her Coronavirus diagnosis. 

During a meeting with Capital XTRA on Friday (July 25), the 24-year-old rapper said that she was diagnosed with the infection and is capable of making a full recovery. “I got COVID. Honestly, I don’t know how this happens but I guess I ordered something off of Postmates and… I don’t know how I got it but I got it,” she confessed.

“I’m okay now. It was a four-day symptom freak out but I’m fine now,” she added.

Doja Cat’s admission came after an Instagram Live meeting in which she didn’t seem to comprehend the seriousness of the virus. “I’m not scared of Coronavirus,” she said during a live stream in March. “You just take some Mucinex and drink water and tea and sleep — that’s all you gotta do.”

The “Say So” songstress joined a bunch of famous people, who have additionally been determined to have Coronavirus, including D.L. Hughley, Russell Westbrook, Idris Elba and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. During Scarface’s understanding, he confronted kidney disappointment. 

“COVID attacked my lungs first, and then it attacked my kidneys and knocked them out,” he said. “I got full lung recovery, but my kidneys never came back. I’m still a little weak. I don’t have a lot of strength in my legs yet. I still haven’t got full taste back and sense of smell yet. But, I am glad to be alive.”

Beside her ongoing meeting, Doja Cat gave $100,000 to Breonna Taylor’s justice fund a month ago. In a post to Instagram, the “Juicy” spitter uncovered the news. “Happy birthday to the beautiful Breonna Taylor, who would have been celebrating her 27th birthday today,” she wrote. “I am donating $100,000 to Justice For Breonna Taylor Fund #BIRTHDAYFORBREONNA and I am inviting you all to honor and celebrate her with me by donating whatever you can and signing her petition – the link is in my bio.”

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Kilodex Creating a new music blueprint for dream chasers in Millennial Hip-Hop

Kilodex Creating a new music blueprint for dream chasers in Millennial Hip-Hop

Kilodex Creating a new music blueprint for dream chasers in Millennial Hip-Hop

KILODEX

Kilodex Creating a new music blueprint for dream chasers in Millennial Hip-Hop

Kilodex: Creating a new music blueprint for dream chasers in Millennial Hip-Hop

Providence is the capital and most populous city of the state of Rhode Island and is one of the oldest cities in the United States. It is also home to one of the most promising Hip-Hop artists, “Kilodex.” Kilodex is a rare breed of musical talent in Hip-Hop.

Kilodex possesses the skillset to convert dreams into powerful lyrics of inspiration and Millennial street energy. Impacting Hip-Hop culture requires an extraordinary voice and visual presentation in 2020. The uncensored and unapologetic swag of Kilodex places him in a unique lane of music creation. He raps with a distinct bravado and echoes greatness within every bar.

His latest music release, “Pandemic” is a perfect summer soundtrack for the streets. The “Pandemic” EP contains ultra-high-energy rap lines and reflects the mindset of every young hustler dreaming of buying his block and putting a smile on their momma’s face. The lead single “Never Ran” provides a real blueprint on the importance of honoring your word, living up to high expectations, and keeping everything eight more than 92.

“Never Ran” reminds today’s youth culture on street codes of honor and mafia principles. The Hip-Hop storytelling talent of Kilodex reflects the new future of Hip-Hop. Kilodex lives breathe and walk by a different set of Hip-Hop rules, and coming from the Island; he understands the war on achieving greatness. Kilodex is leading the New School of Millennial Hip-Hop.

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Initial two district attorneys who took care of Ahmaud Arbery case is under FBI investigation

Initial two district attorneys who took care of Ahmaud Arbery case is under FBI investigation

Initial two district attorneys who took care of Ahmaud Arbery case is under FBI investigation

District Attorney Jackie Johnson and District Attorney George Barnhill are apparently under scrutiny for how they misused the case.

The two lead prosecutors who at first dealt with the Ahmaud Arbery case are apparently under FBI investigation, as indicated by TMZ.

Civil Rights Attorney S. Lee Merritt uncovered to the outlet on Wednesday (July 22) that Brunswick District Attorney Jackie Johnson and Waycross District Attorney George Barnhill are being investigated for the manner in which they misused the case.

Lead prosecutor Johnson is under scrutiny for nepotism. She apparently had associations with Gregory McMichael, one of the respondents in the homicide trial. Merritt says the FBI is researching whether fair treatment was trailed by both lead prosecutors who each revealed the case as an irreconcilable circumstance and mentioned that it move to another prosecutor.

Not long ago REVOLT detailed that the three suspects who were charged with homicide for the killing of Arbery documented a motion to have District Attorney Joyette Holmes, a Black lady, expelled from the case.

Arbery, a 25-year-old Black man, was lethally shot while running through an area close to his home in Brunswick, Georgia. He ran past the suspects — Gregory and Travis McMichael — who at that point proceeded to get their firearms. The dad and child took their weapons and hopped into their truck to follow the jogger. Before long, there was a battle over the gun and Arbery was shot and murdered. William Bryan recorded the episode and was later found to be involved.

A month ago, the three white male suspects were each charged with nine counts: four counts of felony murder, false detainment, malignance murder, two counts of aggravated assualt and one count of criminal endeavor to carry out false detainment.

A preliminary hearing for Ahmaud’s case uncovered that Travis, who followed Ahmaud with his dad and Bryan, considered him a “fucking n*gger” after lethally shooting him. Georgia was one of four states that didn’t have a hate crime law as of now set up, however on June 23, lawmakers affirmed a hate crime bill that would allow increased criminal punishments for the individuals who target others in view of their sex, race, sexual direction or different reasons.

Every one of the three suspects have pleaded not guilty to the charges.

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