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1.Smiz The Moneykid – Iced Out Crowns
2.Raheem Devaughn – Love Connection
3. Problem f. Badd Lucc – Like Whaaat
4.Nino Brown – Stop Sweatin
5.Chris Brown – Fine China
6.Kym Cartel f. Pusha T – My Section
7.Tex James – Drop
8.2 Piece f. Dj Bay Bay & Lil Flip – Post Up
9.LEP Bogus Boys f. Lil Wayne & Ma$e- Commas Read the rest of this entry »
at King Cole, born on March 17, 1919 in Montgomery, AL, was a pianist and singer who led his own band, the popular King Cole Trio. Cole then began to receive billing as a solo artist. Hit singles like “The Christmas Song,” “Mona Lisa,” “Nature Boy” and “Send for Me” became American songbook classics, and in 1956 Cole was the first African-American host of a network variety show. Read the rest of this entry »
Hit-Boy has announced his signing to Interscope Records, which will house his Hits Since ’87 imprint.
Taking to Twitter, the G.O.O.D. Music producer broke the news that he has secured a deal with the powerhouse label. “Hits Since 87, inc + Interscope. Young Label owner. #Godisgreat,” he wrote.
Hit-Boy, who is signed to Blueprint Group Management, was recently rumored to be joining Gee Roberson’s newly launched Blueprint Records, an extension of Interscope. It’s unclear if Hit’s signing is connected to Blueprint.
As a producer, Hit is best known for helming Jay-Z and Kanye West’s “N—-s in Paris” and Kendrick Lamar’s “Backseat Freestyle.” As a rapper, he most recently released his HITstory mixtape.
A Philadelphia fifth grader was admonished by school officials and called “murderer” by classmates for bringing a piece of paper that looked like a gun to school.
Melody Valentin was searched by a school official in front of Newlin Fell Elementary School classmates last week, she told Fox 29 in Philadelphia.
“He yelled at me and said I shouldn’t have brought the gun to school and I kept telling him it was a paper gun but he wouldn’t listen,” Melody said.
Mom Dianna Kelly pulled Melody out of the school, and is unsure whether she will send her back.
“Why did he threaten my daughter,” Kelly told Fox 29. “Why did you stand over my daughter and tell her that you should call the cops on her? You can be arrested. Why were you trying to scare her?”
Melody said she was mercilessly harassed by classmates. “They would call me a murderer,” Melody told Fox 29.
The piece of paper in question was crafted by Melody’s grandfather the day before the incident, but was not very elaborate. It was just a piece of folded paper, Dianna Kelly said.
Melody didn’t realize the piece of paper was still on her person when she took it out of her pocket. A classmate saw the “gun” and reported it to the school official.
“I’m waking up at 3 o’clock in the morning, and my daughter is in the bathroom, crying,” Dianna Kelly said. “She said ‘I’m having nightmares. I’m having dreams that he’s chasing me down the street.’”
Fox 29 could not reach school administrators for comment.
A South Carolina woman is recovering in a Charlotte hospital after deputies say she was attacked and stabbed with the sword of a walking cane by her husband.
According to a York County Sheriff’s report, the incident happened around 1:13 a.m. Wednesday morning along the 1700 block of Ginn Road in McConnells.
Deputies say they received a 911 call from Gercene Loretta Perry who told dispatchers that her husband was trying to stab her. That’s when 911 operators say Perry “began screaming and put the phone down.”
The operator told deputies that in the background of the call they could hear a voice yelling that someone had been stabbed in the stomach.
When deputies arrived to the scene, they found Phillip Perry walking along Ginn Road. He reportedly threw himself on the ground on the side of the road and was taken into custody by deputies.
According to the report, Perry had a large amount of blood on his clothing and had injuries to his left hand and head.
When the deputies arrived at the home, Gercene Perry’s daughter told deputies that her mother had been stabbed. Perry’s niece was found outside the master bedroom with a large chef’s knife, guarding the door.
She put down the knife as deputies approached, according to the report.
Perry, who was in the bedroom, told deputies that she was sleeping when Phillip Perry came into her bedroom with a sword that was disguised as a walking cane. She stated that while she was lying in the bed, he struck her in a chopping motion.
Perry told deputies that she attempted to fight him and was able to strike him with the scabbard of the sword over the head.
That’s when she says he stabbed her in the stomach with the sword. He then ran from the home and attempted to get to his car, which deputies say was parked down the street.
Perry was transported to Carolinas Medical Center-Main, in Charlotte, to be treated for her injuries.
Along with several adults, Perry’s four-year-old granddaughter was also in the home while she was being attacked, deputies say.
A Gaston County mother is accused of leaving her toddler in a cold car while she went shopping.
According to the warrant, 39-year-old Sylla Aminata left her two-year-old son in a locked vehicle for almost an hour Tuesday while she went inside Walmart to shop.
The temperature was 34 degrees and the vehicle was not running. Investigators say the child was cold to the touch.
Aminata is charged with felony neglect/child abuse resulting in serious physical injury.
She is expected in court Wednesday afternoon.
Despite rumors of a possible reunion, it’s been nearly a decade since fans last saw 50 Cent and Game share a mic. Now, in a recent interview with the Wall Street Journal (via HHNM), Game’s manager says that he working to get the G-Unit team back together.
Dontay “Taydoe” Kidd revealed to Lee Hawkins that he has been working with Game and 50 Cent in an attempt to reunite the Compton emcee with his former G-Unit partners. Kidd said that while nothing is finalized yet, he believes that Game and Fif see the business sense in agreeing to a reunion.
“I can’t say it’ll happen, I can’t it won’t happen; however, from a business perspective, I’m gonna attempt to make [a reunion] happen,” Kidd said. “I think it’ll be a wise business move on both parts…I’m thinking about tours, I’m thinking about merchandise, I’m thinking about all these other things that [are] lacking in the industry, and this is the perfect timing for that…I can’t really speak for 50, but I think they’re both open; it’s just a matter of approaching it in the right way. 50 understands that he needs Game to make a G-Unit push. Game understands that if it’s gonna be a push, he needs to be involved and 50 needs to be involved…they both are business savvy. We know that 50′s a businessman, we know that Game’s a businessman. They understand that. So now, it’s only their internal egos that would stop that from happening.”
Police in North Carolina say a deaf man was stabbed several times after his sign language was mistaken for gang signs by another man.
Burlington Police Sgt. Mark Yancey said 45-year-old Terrance Ervin Daniels was using sign language with another deaf man. He said a third person saw them, thought they were flashing gang signs and stabbed Daniels with a kitchen knife. A neighbour saw the victim and called emergency personnel.
Daniels is in stable condition at UNC Hospitals in Chapel Hill after Wednesday’s incident.
Police arrested 22-year Robert Jarell Neal and charged him with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury and felony assault on a handicapped person. He’s being held in the Alamance County jail. It’s not known if Neal has an attorney.
Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/deaf-man-stabbed-sign-language-mistaken-gang-signs-police-article-1.1238749#ixzz2Hmc8yPvs
It’s becoming tougher to find flu shots in Mecklenburg County.
At Walker’s Drug Store in Ballantyne, Amy Kern has reached into her flu shot supply a lot in the past few months.
“I’ve done about double this year compared to last,” she said. “I have about 20 left.”
Kern said she originally ordered 100 shots for this year and then placed additional orders for about 75 more. But now, the four manufacturers she uses say there’s no more to go around.
“I say we will probably run out by mid-next week,” Kern said.
That pharmacy isn’t alone. Brooke Loucks, a college student home on winter break in Ballantyne, told Eyewitness News she ran into some problems trying to get her shot on Thursday.
“I went to the CVS down at Blakeney and they didn’t have any,” she said. She then went to another CVS, which told her it was going to run out soon, too. She said she was lucky to get hers.
Pike’s Pharmacy in Charlotte said it, too, had run out after giving 200 more shots than last year. Read the rest of this entry »
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