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Video Interview: @MookieLock – “Reel Talkitive”
This is one of my Ultimate Fave Stud/Female Rappesr, she is an amazing down to earth person and she is also an amazing Gifted Lyricist. Also i feel a lot more people need to be aware of MOOKIE LOCK.
Check out Mookie Lock Mixtape and Official Videos to really see and hear whats going on…GOOD MUSIC.
Hot 97′s DJ Mister Cee took to the airwaves this morning to address his newest arrest for solicitation of a prostitute. And while reports state it was a male prostitute Cee approached, the legendary DJ is denying it all. And for the second time, he’s blaming cops & media for lying.
Cee’s story about the prostitute actually being a female, plus his admission of having “problems with desiring prostitutes,” inside….
We weren’t sure how DJ Mister Cee was going to talk his way out of this one. But he damn sure tried this morning.
In an “interview” with Hot 97′s Ebro (who is the programming director but likes to get in on the drama whenever he can) a little over an hour ago, Cee talked (and talked and talked) about what REALLY went down Thursday night/Friday morning that led to his arrest.
He admits to loving strippers and prostitutes due to a long time personal issue that started with an ex girlfriend over a decade ago (yeah, he tried it), but he was reluctant to admit to having an actual addiction to prostitutes.
And since this is the second PUBLIC time (third total) he’s been arrested for allegedly soliciting a MALE prostitute, you would think he would simply fess up to being a gay man. Instead, just like back in 2011, Cee said the cops and media lied. He says the undercover cop was a female Latina. And it’s all a conspiracy to keep her identity protected (yup, he tried it again).
Here’s the highlights of Cee exposing himself in true addict form–he’s got an explanation for everything and it’s “all a conspiracy.” Even his Hot 97 fam sounded doubtful of his explanations and begged him to simply be free and be himself because they would love him either way.
On why these male prostitution/solicitation stories keep coming out
Shout out to the 83rd precinct in BK. They took care of me and what I’m going to say is not a reflection on all police. But the police’s job is to build a case against me. And it’s my job to build a case for myself.
In 2011, I pleaded guilty tot he prostitution case (which a male prostitute was also named with pictures in the ACTUAL police report) because it was too much money to keep going back and forth. And also because I have a family–both my family and my Hot 97 family and I didn’t want to put y’all through the mud. Not because I like men, but because of all the court procedures I didn’t want to go through.
But on the three occasions I’ve been arrested on solicitation charges, only one has been said to be a man. Where are the other names? And have y’all stopped to think about where that person is now? There’s something to that.
On why he was even in the place (Madison & Broadway in BK) KNOWN to be crawling with transgendered prostitutes
Yes, I do like prostitutes. I have engaged a lot with prostitutes in my life many times. Same with strippers. I’ve tricked on them many times. But I happened to be in the area on Thursday. It was a beautiful day for me. Everything that had happened around this time in 2011, I didn’t feel like my Hot 97 fam had my back. There were people telling me I shouldn’t be on that Summer Jam stage. But on Thursday, I was in a great mood. So it just so happened I was in that area after leaving a party. I didn’t know that corner is where prostitutes hung out.
On his account of what happened that night
I was leaving an after work party nearby and I remembered I needed to call somebody I said I would call earlier. I pulled over to call, and it was on the corner of Madison and Broadway, and I was approached by a female Latina undercover officer (who he claims was NOT scantily clad and was dressed regularly). So I rolled down the window.
Fuzz Rico – Interview By @RatishaNYC
LGBTU: Where are you from?
FR: im originally from cali but was raised in jersey & atlanta
LGBTU: how did you come up with your artist name? very different but dope!
FR: lol i went thru a handful of names before i stumbled upon Fuzz Rico. i came up wit it my senior year in HS during lunch. i happened to call a homie Fuzz, because of his fuzzy hair & when i went up to get my lunch i was thinkin that was dope. at tha time i had hella hair & my hair “made me who i was” so it just felt right. i added Rico just for tha fact i’m half spanish & look spanish as hell, so it just flowed well. somethin like a Rico Suave hahaa
LGBTU: Besides yourself lol who are your top 2 LGBT dopest artist?
FR: My homie Rachael Coba.. shes honestly the dopest artist i know & has potential to do some major power moves… Another artist, Siya. she’s been an inspiration & to be able to exchange words every now & then is cool.
LGBTU: What are you working on for 2013?
FR: I’m working on a mixtape at the moment…just tryna perfect my craft & build a solid fanbase, GangGang. tryna stay busy musically & let everything else fall into place & just keep things organic.
LGBTU: What LGBT artist would you like to collab with that you haven’t?
FR: Siya, it’ll happen though, very soon. Thats tha homie.
LGBTU: What motivates you to do music?
FR: Knowing how far I’ve came. I feel like I just recently found my lane & sound…After 10 years of doin this shit so it’s like I fell in luv wit my music all over again…i’m fortunate
LGBTU: What is something about you that your supporters don’t know?
FR: if i could sing my ass off, i’d rather be an r&b artist or soul singer lol …. even though i do sing in 90% of my music..
FR: i got luv for my lgbt fam but i dont even put myself in that category when it comes to music…cuss i’m speakin to everyone. my lifestyle shows enough luv & representation towards tha lgbt community so i wanna keep my music for everyone & out tha way of being categorized..
Speaking with Chicago-based transgender activist and recording artist KOKUMỌ, I feel as if I’m truly speaking to one who is anointed, one who has a strong sense of purpose and vision, one who has a profound consciousness around spirituality and history.
The opening paragraph of her bio on her official website, kokumomedia.com, says it all:
“KOKUMỌ is an African-American transgender woman and product of Chicago’s South Side. While growing up, the only messaging she received in regards to her identity was that it would lead to either death or institutionalization. Therefore, upon reaching the age of opportunity she was behooved to give herself a name that spoke of life. After an extensive search and emotional journey she discovered KOKUMỌ. KOKUMỌ means, “This one will not die” in Yoruba, a West African language.”
With the release of her new EP, There Will Come a Day, I wanted to speak with KOKUMỌ about the intersections of art and activism in her life and work.
Can you talk a bit about working in the tradition of African-American artists who are also activists for social justice and how those two things feed each other in your work?
Most definitely. This is my testimony. I am a survivor of sexual abuse and domestic violence. I’m from the South side of Chicago. You know from a lower-middle-class family. I’m dark skinned. I’m plus-sized. I’m afro-centric and therefore I’m marginalized even within the margins. There aren’t many transgender women like myself. So for me I can’t separate the two [art and activism]. Before I knew I was transgender I knew I was an artist. Before puberty hit and before everyone was telling me, “You’re a boy.” I wanted to be Whitney Houston. I wanted to be Brandy. Then I found out I was trans and people told me I couldn’t be a musician. I had this period of adjustment, this period of not understanding, this period of giving up on my dream. That’s when the activism came in. I am an artist and I feel like my contribution is just as important as anybody else’s. Therefore, me being transgender shouldn’t stop that. That’s why as an artist, as an activist I believe in creating space through my company KOKUMỌMEDIA Inc. for trans, gender non-conforming and intersex people to create media the way they see fit. That’s why I can’t separate the two. That’s why they have to go hand in hand. Because I’m a trans person, I don’t have the social privilege. I have to educate as well as create my art. And it’s necessary for me to educate via my art.
Can you tell me a bit about what inspired your new EP, There Will Come a Day?
I have always said I’m an artist not an entertainer.
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Homo Hop is dead, Queer hip hop is the real deal.
Homo Hop began in the mid to late 90s as a necessary mobilizing tool that allowed openly queer hip hop artists to come together. A major movement then, Homo Hop had its coming out party with festivals like the PeaceOut World Homo Hop Festival, founded in 2001 in Oakland, before making its way to the birthplace of hip hop and the modern LGBT rights movement, New York.
Another major event was the 2006 documentary film Pick Up the Mic, which covered the underground LGBT hip hop scene. Today, Homo Hop is no longer recognized by the LGBT community. Instead, those who were part of the movement are known in the game simply for their skill rather than their orientation. It has become a melding of talented artists, rather than a subcategory of gay rappers and MCs.
Coined by educator, writer, MC, and cofounder of Deep Dickollective, Tim’m T. West, Homo Hop is a term that he doesn’t even like.READ MORE HERE
Video: Justified – “Get To Know”
Get to know a little about a Houston LGBT Artist name Justified. Also don’t forget about the FREE STYLE BATTLE BETWEEN JUSTIFIED AND ARK FROM DALLAS TX… WINNER TAKES HOME $300.00 DOLLARS!!!! Come Out and Support March 29th 2013 at Club Divas…2020 lee land…Stud Life Entertainment has ALL Our Money on Justified…Come Out and See theses 2 Artist do their thing. The battle will be done a little different….but you have to come out and see how different!!
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