Dedication to all my subscribers: I appreciate the love and support!

I wanted to make a video to show some appreciation to all the people I’ve met in cyberspace.  Like most people I’ve had ups and downs in life.  But even when I was feeling down a lot of you helped uplift my spirits.  And I’ve learned so much from many of you. Many of you have shared information with me that I never knew.  And hopefully I’ve done the same for you. That’s all I ever wanted to do.  I never started blogging to be Mr. Popular. I don’t do this to be some kind of conscious celebrity. I have strong opinions and I’ve actually lost subscribers because of my views. But at least I’m honest about my feelings.  I love my people and I just want them to realize we are in a real war at the moment.  I just try to bring them information that will elevate their consciousness and see through the lies. So this video is long overdue. To all the kind brothers and sisters I’ve chatted with on WordPress,Youtube and Twitter.  I also want to thank all the people who reblogged and shared my posts on Instagram and Facebook.  All your hard work is not going unnoticed. I appreciate all the love.  I just wanted to say thank you!

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Reign Entertainment(Black Business series)

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C.E.O./Curator/Creative Director of Reign Entertainment Co. Robyn Willard is an Entrepreneur and Businesswoman owner from Harlem, New York.  At the age of 17, Robyn founded Reign Entertainment Co., an arts & entertainment company that highlights Black excellence through all facets of the arts. From one of a kind paintings by R.E.C. Artist Stephanie Whittaker, to clothing, sneakers and much more.

Robyn Willard is a visionary, an innovator and creative spirit that has engulfed herself in the world of business and entrepreneurial endeavors.
Reign Entertainment Co., is also the umbrella company of two equally thriving subsidiaries:  World Wide Reign Graphics and Reign Entertainment Co. Animation which are redefining the worlds of arts and entertainment.

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The purpose of Reign Entertainment Co. is to highlight and restore the value, strength, and beauty within all people of color. The young entrepreneur states, “Somewhere along the way, we as a people have forgotten how epic we are and we must remember the greatness that lives within
us. Now Go Be Great #Great365!”

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http://reignentertainmentco.com/home.html

Lead a Nation

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This is a picture of Khalid Muhammad and rapper Tupac Shakur. Any black person that has a way of reaching the youth is seen as a threat to the white supremacy social structure. Muhammad was a powerful speaker that could touch the youth. And of course Tupac was the son of a Black Panther.  Tupac had the ear of millions of fans of all races.  But by being a great speaker he could get black people motivated as a collective.  If Tupac was allowed to live he could’ve been a great leader. He already had the pro-black influence as a child.  They were both seen as threats to this racist,corrupt white society.  Which is the reason they’re not here anymore.

Bruklin Harris(Fine Sistas from the 90’s)

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The first time I saw Bruklin Harris was in the film Juice(1992) with Tupac Shakur.  I always thought she was beautiful and should’ve been a bigger star. Bruklin Harris was born in Brooklyn, New York. Her real name is Idina. She was born on September 20th and began acting in films in 1992. She’s been in films like Dangerous Minds(1995)Girls Town(1996) and A Map of the World(1999). She co-starred in the controversial film “Zebrahead” as the character Nadine. She is well-known for her excellent characterizations and distinctive features. Her name is a unique phonic play on the city of her birth.

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The BlaKseed- I Can’t Figure

I like this song by BlaKseed.  The song is nice but he also has some very powerful images in the video.  As well as great lyrics to go along with the video.

Today’s Rap music makes me miss Tupac

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This is rapper Young Thug wearing a dress.  He says he’s not gay.  I have my doubts about that.

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Rapper Camron looking pretty in pink. I’m glad that trend of brothers wearing pink didn’t catch on.

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Rapper/actress Siya is considered one of the hottest up and coming rappers.  Yep..she’s a lesbian.

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Rapper Cee Lo Green used to drop some good lyrics back in the day.  Now he’s a complete sellout!  He knows he looks ridiculous in that dress!

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Rapper DPhil is making quite the statement wearing lipstick.  This homo-thug culture is killing the mind of black youth.  Notice the all seeing eye in the background?  I guess he’s down with the agenda right?

Angel Haze..

Rapper Angel Haze(on the right) doesn’t hide her sexuality.  She is very open about being a lesbian.  The girl next to her is her girlfriend  model Ireland Baldwin. So even the gay black women hook up with white girls??  God help us!!

Rapper Kaoz...

Rapper Kaoz is trying to be a crusader for gay rappers.  I’m sure you notice his rainbow beanie.  Is this the type of rap music we need right now?  The sad part is a homosexual/lesbian rapper can get more acceptance by mainstream media than a pro-black rapper.  This shows you want the media wants for our people.  Tupac wasn’t perfect,he had his faults.  But at least he tried to speak to the plight of his people.  He gave us songs like Dear Mama,Brenda’s Got a Baby,Changes and White Man’s World.  I don’t think any of these talentless clowns will be inspiring our people anytime soon.  Hip hop is in a really bad state.  I know the future looks bleak  but…Keep your head up.