So now that the presidential candidates have been narrowed down to Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump the real fun begins. Over the last month or so once it became clear that Bernie Sanders would not get the Democratic nod from the delegates and the people they represent, his supporters huffed, puffed and proclaimed that they […]
So last night DJ Khaled finally dropped the video to perhaps the most hyped up song since Michael Jackson returned with “I Just Can’t Stop Loving You”. For like the last 2 months if not longer all you heard was about how Jay-Z did a song with Future and it was the best thing […]
Add this core exercise to your ab routine. When you want to take it to the next level, use a weighted medicine ball.
This segment SpeakEASY, El Fatiah and Poindexter sit back and celebrate the life that was Michael Jackson. El Fatiah elaborates on why he feels MJ is the GOAT.
With this short episode, follow me on a mindful journey. #Mindfulness #Meditation #Namaste
On this particular joint, I linked up with my lil bro T Streetz to bring you some relaxing hip-hop soul. Check out ‘At Ease.’
Can’t count Meek out. He just keeps grinding. On this track MMG links up to show strength in numbers. Listen to ‘Make it Work.’
Constantly bringing our readers something different, we’d like to introduce to you Smoking’ Ace’s Cigar review. Smokin’ Aces is a subsidiary of Urban Mogul Life blogazine. Smokin’ Aces is dedicated to reviewing large manufacturers or boutique cigars, we look to introduce new brands of cigars to our BOTL and SOTL(Brothers OF THE LEAF and SISTERS […]
X returns with his Yonkers and Double R brethren Styles P. Sources are saying that X is back in top form and collaborating with top flight producers for his new album. Listen to ‘Still Scratching’ right here.
Want to add another way to work your chest? I always get tips and ideas from my fitness friends and along the way they introduced this exercise to me. In the video I’m performing a pullover with a 50lb dumbbell. You’ll also get a little shoulder, lat and tricep action with this.
2016 sucks in a major way thus far. Today I come to the realization that the GOAT of all goats has passed away. Today I mourn the loss of Muhammad Ali. Ali meant a lot to me. The first time I remember seeing him was on an episode of Diff’rent Strokes. Where Arnold had to […]
Bringing you our uncut perspectives on the sports world.
This is probably one of the most intense and revealing songs I have ever recorded. If you listen, there are messages. The instrumental is from Khrysis. I stumbled upon this when I was doing other research online and this is dope. Thank you all for your support. This is for the love of the culture.
Fat Joe brought new life into B.I.G.’s “A Story To Tell”. According to myth the story was about a New York Knick, Fat Joe cleared up decades of rumor by clarifying that the Knick who was jacked was none other than Anthony Mason. These short film by Aristotle explores what the night may have looked […]
Danny P Ocean First off let me preface this by saying I love hip-hop and the culture that it gave me. I probably have been affected more by hip-hop than any other single culture. The culture of hip-hop introduced me to Malcolm X, jazz, and a multitude of books I may have never picked up. […]
Poindexter gives a few shout outs and shares a little of himself.
This article is inspired by three factors. Growing up shy and reserved, a book I’m reading called ‘Quiet’ by Susan Cain as well as my graduate studies. I’m certain that there are other influences, but I’ll stop there. I’d normally reserve a topic such as this one for my weekly podcast, but wanted to bring […]
Listen in as I talk about fitness and give you a little fitness homework.
I got a hold of the ‘All The Way Up’ instrumental by Fat Joe and Remy Ma and put my own spin to it. #Bars #LoosiePearls
Ladies and Gentlemen we would like to welcome you to The Summit. The Summit is a podcast where we will chop it up and discuss music we love, hate, miss, and wish were made. On this episode, Ali and El-Fatiah discuss the state of Black music. Where did it go wrong? What happened to it?