After you finish all your turkey & the fixings, you can work off some of those calories with these Workout Mixes!
Image by Flickr User: Klimt | Under CC by 2.0
Just incase you need some music for that, uhm, special time; download a copy of DJ Ed-Nice's 'The Best of Jodeci' Mixtape Right Here.
It went down Friday night inside the Hyatt Grand Ballroom. Did you miss the party? Check out a replay and some photo's here!
Have you ever wondered what happened to Bey and Jay after they were Drunk in Love?
Find out everything you could ever want to know about The Nicested DJ Ed-Nice right here.
Students at Booker T. Washington High School in Norfolk, Virginia walked out of class on Monday to protest a school official’s Twitter message that referred to young black men as a “nightmare” for white fathers
According to WVEC, the Twitter post was made in June by the school administrator, but students only recently noticed it.
The tweet was a reposting of a message from an account called @OrNahhTweets. It showed a photograph of seven white girls in prom-style dresses with seven African-American young men in tuxedos. The caption on the photo read, “every white girl’s father’s worst nightmare or not.”
Over a dozen African-American students walked out of classes with protest signs on Monday after they said that school officials and the school board refused to respond to their complaints.
“This was the only actual way we could get someone’s attention, was to walk outside. It shouldn’t have come to this, but the administrator has avoided all meetings, public speaking engagements, and emails; he just avoided them all,” student Michael Lemelle told WVEC.
The students said that they didn’t want the school administrator fired; they just want officials to know how hurtful the tweet was.
“Me being a young African-American, I don’t think of myself as anyone’s worst nightmare,” Lemelle explained.
“The ruler’s back, you can tell by the trumpets / Prince of Wales sent me tea, biscuits, crumpets / Jewelry cost more than the car, car cost 200 / Get out your chair, the season of Nasir,”
“Let me make this clear, they fear the gifted / Some say Shakespeare never existed / Wow, now, look at the amount of resistance / Attempts to chisel my face, from the mountain you guessed it / Bitch you guessed it / There, did I answer your questions? / So, now that’s out the way let’s get back to my message.”
A photo posted by Nasir Jones (@nasnyc) on