A historic look at Houston’s own Ghetto Boys and the business acumen of Rap-A-Lot Record’s James Prince, the CEO of the label and pioneer of the southern rap music scene.
This posting of Dr. Frances Cress Welsing’s lecture on The Isis Papers is very interesting on all levels. She covers lynching, castration, race annihilation, the racist white supremacist nature of sports, and more. The video is nearly 2 hours in length and worth every second of the time it will take to absorb this information […]
A documentary about Kwame Kilpatrick and the corruption that took place under his reign as mayor. In this video it is revealed a number of multi-million dollar scams, good looking mistresses, and how Mayor Kilpatrick was instrumental in perpetrating a number of frauds. The funny part was when one of the locals said Kwame was […]
A documentary about Larry Hoover, gangsterism in Chicago, and the Gangsta Disciples, or the GD, which has grown to mean Growth and Development in recent years. In the video expect to see clips of Larry Hoover speaking, and a view into the gang culture of Chicago. The Larry Hoover Story
Be careful with your hustle, and your votes, because although prison profiteering isn’t a new hustle for the corporate oligarchy, its a growing one that depends on the loss of your freedom. Some states are even guaranteeing 90% prison occupancy for 20 years. How can a state guarantee prison occupancy? By keeping your ass in […]
People are destroying their teeth and nervous systems on meth. Meth is a form of speed, also called meth-amphetamines. Meth can produced cheaply and is always bad for the user.
National Geographic hits the streets of Houston (sometime after August of 2012) and takes a stop in 5th Ward “The Bloody Nickel”, Texas. The video starts off with some dude getting his ass beat at a gas station in beautiful 5th Ward, TX. National Geographic also takes a trip to Liberty Road, the home of […]
It’s a Damn Shame is a hip hop documentary about the lack of an effective brain trust within popular hip hop culture. We felt compelled to watch this movie because of the historic reference to Willie Lynch of “The Making of a Slave” infamy. The following represents topics up for discussion in the documentary; Hip […]