Mixtape: K Camp (@KCamp427) Slum Lords

K Camp - Slum Lords

Download: K Camp – Slum Lords

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Meek Mill (@Meekmill) – 0 To 100 / The Catch Up Freestyle

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Drake (@Drake) & Lil Wayne (@LilTunechi) Announce Drake Vs. Lil Wayne Tour

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Entertainment And Media CEO Kevin Liles Announces Go N’Syde’s Newest Flavor ‘Butterfly’ With Global Superstar Mariah Carey


Go N’Syde Beverage Company Partners with Mariah Carey to Create Revolutionary Beverage Brands
Go N’Syde Packaging is First to Provide Augmented Reality Channels Featuring Mariah Carey’s Butterfly and Jay Z’s 40/40


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NEW YORK, June 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – Powerhouse entertainment executive, former CEO of Def Jam and Founder of KWL Enterprises Kevin Liles is pleased to announce the launch of Go N’Syde’s newest flavor Butterfly in collaboration with Mariah Carey. All Go N’Syde beverage bottles include an Augmented Reality integration platform. The unprecedented move brings an exclusively curated virtual entertainment network to the masses via any smart phone device and a Go N’Syde bottle. Butterfly is now available exclusively in 7,500 Walgreens nationwide and NY Metro area Duane Reade locations.

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Mariah Carey's Butterfly Beverage

By holding any smart phone device up to a Go N’Syde bottle, customers will be able to access an entertainment network curated by Global Superstar Mariah Carey, allowing them a behind-the-scenes glimpse into her world — #NoFilter! Customers will be treated to a private experience, blurring the lines between consumption, culture, entertainment – and reality.  The ground-breaking collaboration is launching with a multi-million dollar campaign and commercial using Mariah’s hit song, “Thirsty” from her critically-acclaimed new album, Me. I am Mariah…The Elusive Chanteuse.

The first partnership of its kind, Mariah Carey and Kevin Liles will revolutionize the entertainment and consumer marketplace by providing an innovative and personalized platform that grants fans unprecedented access to history-making content in the form of augmented reality. The result is a never-before-experienced intersection of pop culture brought to Walgreens customers easily and affordably via their favorite neighborhood location.

“I am thrilled to partner with Mariah Carey as she embarks on this new journey as CEO of her own beverage and virtual network,” Liles says. “Mariah is an icon and one of the world’s most premiere artists, and with her Butterfly network, she is able to invite fans into her world like never before.”

“It’s easy to see why I’m ‘so obsessed’ with my new drink Butterfly,” Carey says. “I never dreamed that I could have an interactive experience with my fans while drinking my own beverage! The whole concept is innovative and refreshing and the drink is beyond… Tastes so good! Looking forward to sharing many splashes with you. Cheers!”

Mariah Carey is the best-selling female artist of all time with more than 200 million albums sold to date and 18 Billboard Hot 100 #1 singles (17 self-penned), more than any solo artist in history.  Mariah is a singer/songwriter/producer recognized with multiple Grammy Awards, 21 American Music Awards, Billboard’s “Artist of the Decade” Award, the World Music Award for “World’s Best Selling Female Artist of the Millennium,” and BMI’s “Icon Award” for her outstanding achievements in songwriting, to name a few – with her distinct five-octave vocal range, prolific songwriting, and producing talent, Mariah is truly the template of the modern pop performance. Mariah Carey’s ongoing impact transcends the music industry to leave an indelible imprint upon the world at large. Mariah Carey made her entree into the world of independent film with her breakthrough performance for her role in WiseGirls staring alongside academy award winner Mira Sorvino and Melora Walters. In 2009, she was recognized with the Breakthrough Performance Award at the Palm Spring International Film Festival for her critically acclaimed role in Lee Daniel’s “Precious” and most recently appeared in his latest stellar ensemble in “The Butler” (2013). A Congressional Award recipient, Mariah has generously donated her time and energy to a range of philanthropic causes near to her heart including Save the Music, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, World Hunger Relief, and the Elton John AIDS Foundation, among many others. A tremendous supporter of children’s charities, both domestic and international, Mariah founded Camp Mariah in partnership with the Fresh Air Fund, a retreat for inner city children to explore career development. Mariah released her critically-acclaimed new album, ME. I AM MARIAH…THE ELUSIVE CHANTEUSE on May 27, 2014 (Def Jam Recordings).

Go N’Syde is based in New York City. Kevin Liles serves as its Chief Creative Officer and exclusive Curator of Content.

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Ruby Dee dead at 91: Legendary stage and screen actress — and Civil Rights leader — frequently costarred with husband Ossie Davis



Stage and screen legend Ruby Dee, who personified grace, grit and progress at a time when African-American women were given little space in movies and on stage, died Wednesday in New Rochelle, N.Y. She was 91.

The death was confirmed Thursday by a family member, who declined to answer any questions pending the release of a statement.

The Cleveland-born, New York-raised actress and activist — winner of an Emmy, a Grammy and a Screen Actors Guild award, among others — not only starred on Broadway (“Take It From the Top!” “Two Hah Hahs and a Homeboy”), film (Spike Lee’s “Do the Right Thing” and “Jungle Fever”), and TV (“All God’s Children,” “Feast of All Saints”), but, with her husband and collaborator Ossie Davis, was a major figure in the Civil Rights movement.

In 2005, Dee and Davis received the National Civil Rights Museum’s Lifetime Achievement Freedom award. Davis died in February of that year.

Dee’s first film role came in 1949, in the musical drama “That Man of Mine.” She played Rachel Robinson in “The Jackie Robinson Story” in 1950, and costarred opposite Nat King Cole, Eartha Kitt and Cab Calloway in “St. Louis Blues” (1958).

She appeared in the 1979 TV movie “Roots: The Next Generations,” and costarred with Davis in their own short-lived 1980-81 show, “Ossie and Ruby!”

The two played contentious neighbors who embodied, and recalled, the social unrest of the ’60s in Lee’s “Do the Right Thing” (1989). She earned her sole Academy Award nomination, for Best Supporting Actress, for “American Gangster” (2007).

Her final film was the still-in-production crime drama “King Dog,” opposite Ice-T.

Dee was a frequent presence on New York stages for four decades, since joining the American Negro Theatre in 1941 before her stage debut two years later in the Broadway drama “South Pacific.”

In 1946 she costarred in the play “Jeb” with Davis, whom she married in 1948.

In 1953, Dee starred in the Broadway premiere of “A Raisin in the Sun,” playing the wife of Sidney Poitier — and reprised that role in the film eight years later.

Dee’s last Broadway performance was in the 1988 comedy “Checkmates,” which marked the debut of Denzel Washington, who is currently on the boards in Poitier role in “A Raisin in the Sun.”

Washington declined to comment: “Not today,” a spokesperson said.

Dee’s absence from the stage never dimmed her status as a trailblazer. Accepting her best actress Tony Award on June 8, Audra McDonald heralded a number including women, including Dee, saying, “I am standing on Lena Horne’s shoulders. I am standing on Maya Angelou’s shoulders. I am standing on Dianne Caroll and Ruby Dee.”

Beyond her artistic work, Dee is best known for her work as an activist. She was long a member of such organizations as the Congress of Racial Equality, the NAACP, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee), and Southern Christian Leadership Conference. She and Davis were personal friends of both Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X, whose eulogy Davis gave in 1965, two years after Dee gave a stirring reading at King’s March on Washington.

Dee was born Ruby Wallace, but kept her married surname even after she divorced her first husband, blues singer Frankie Dee, in the 1940s. She married Davis in 1948 and the two collaborated for decades.

The also raised eyebrows with an autobiography that advocated open marriage, saying that lies, not extramarital affairs, destroy marriages.

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