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R.I.P. ASAP Yams, co-founder of ASAP Mob, dead at 26

Posted by Tony Neal on January 19, 2015 at 12:00pm 1 Comment

by BEN KAYE

ASAP Yams, co-founder and mastermind behind the ASAP Mob crew, …

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[NEWS] Bootleg liquor in India kills 29, sickens over 100

Posted by Tony Neal on January 13, 2015 at 7:10am 0 Comments

Bootleg liquor has left 29 people dead and has resulted in more than 100 others being treated in hospital in northern India, officials in the state of Uttar Pradesh said.

The majority of victims were those who went to see a game of cricket on Sunday evening…

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BLACK CELEBRITIES WHO DIED WITH LITTLE OR NO FANFARE (1 thru 6)

Posted by Tony Neal on January 13, 2015 at 4:00am 0 Comments

Almost forgotten, left their mark but deaths were not celebrated. New the industry or seasoned, Great Read ..

a lot we didn't know .. R.I.P to our uncelebrated legends.…

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BLACK CELEBRITIES WHO DIED WITH LITTLE OR NO FANFARE pt.2

Posted by Tony Neal on January 13, 2015 at 4:02am 0 Comments

Ron O'Neal (September 1, 1937 in Utica, New York – January 14, 2004 in Los Angeles, California) was an actor, director and screenwriter.  O'Neal is most remembered for his starring role as Priest in the blaxploitation film "Superfly," although he also had a small recurring role on the television show "Living Single," as Synclaire's father.

He died in 2004…

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BLACK CELEBRITIES WHO DIED WITH LITTLE OR NO FANFARE pt.3

Posted by Tony Neal on January 13, 2015 at 4:01am 0 Comments

Rapper Pimp C, 33, who helped define Southern hip-hop with his group, UGK, died Dec. 4. Pimp C, whose real name was Chad Butler, formed UGK with his partner, Bun B, in the late 1980s in Port Arthur, Texas. The group's first nationally distributed album, "Too Hard to Swallow," was released in 1992. The next year, a song from the album was included on the soundtrack for the film, "Menace II…

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BLACK CELEBRITIES WHO DIED WITH LITTLE OR NO FANFARE pt.4

Posted by Tony Neal on January 13, 2015 at 4:01am 0 Comments

LOS ANGELES (AP) — December 2010: Teena Marie, who made history as Motown's first white act but developed a lasting legacy with her silky soul pipes and with hits like "Lovergirl," "Square Biz," and "Fire and Desire" with mentor Rick James, has died. She was 54.

The confirmation came from a publicist, Jasmine Vega, who worked with…

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BLACK CELEBRITIES WHO DIED WITH LITTLE OR NO FANFARE pt.5

Posted by Tony Neal on January 13, 2015 at 4:00am 0 Comments

"LENA HORNE TRIBUTE"

When I was a kid, I remember older relatives referring to Lena Horne as an strong Black woman during the segregation era. According to them, she never backed down and she was the epitome of class and grace.

Lena Horne broke numerous racial…

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BLACK CELEBRITIES WHO DIED WITH LITTLE OR NO FANFARE pt.6

Posted by Tony Neal on January 13, 2015 at 3:59am 1 Comment

Sept. 2011: Sylvia Robinson, a singer, songwriter and record producer who formed the pioneering hip-hop group Sugarhill Gang and made the first commercially successful rap recording with them, died on Thursday in Edison, N.J. She was 75.

She had been in a coma at the New Jersey Institute of Neuroscience and died there of congestive…

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