Congratualation to Beyonce and Jay-Z! Winner for the Night at the NAACP Image Awards.
Beyonce was named entertainer of the year at the 50th annual NAACP Image Awards that highlighted works by entertainers and writers of color.
Jay-Z received the President’s Award for the rapper’s public service achievements. He was recognized for his efforts through his Shawn Carter Foundation and serving as co-founder of the REFORM Alliance.
Sometimes as a reviewer you get surprised with great new music by an artist that comes across your desk. Let's introduce Mic Breeze from North Carolina. He currently has a new song called "Last Call". Listen below by clicking on the Spotify link.
Mic Breeze is from Durham North Carolina. He is a college dropout from East Carolina University. He currently resides in Asheville North Carolina. Mic Breeze was raised by his 18 years old guardian after being kicked out of his home for bad habits around age sixteen. Later on in life, he found out he had older siblings. His upbringings inspired him to start writing music.
The older individuals Mic Breeze looked up too let him know he has a gift. Growing up he listened to Eminem, Andre 3k, Jayz, and others. They inspire his flow and endorse his love for culture and Hip-Hop. His flow is dynamic and rich. Honestly, Longe was not expecting what we were going to hear before listening. But impress is definitely it!
Whenever Beyoncé and Jay-Z acknowledged the Vanguard Award finally night's GLAAD Media Awards in Los Angeles, they did as such in exquisite style. The couple, who was respected for their work advancing equivalent rights for the LGBTQ people group, landed at The Beverly Hilton in double takes on tuxedo dressing. They showed up consummately coordinated with Jay-Z in a great white single-breasted jacket and creased shirt from Frere and Beyoncé wearing tulle complemented heels and a dark Alexander Wang smaller than expected dress that imitated the lines of his tux.
Obviously, the style came auxiliary to the night's message of acknowledgment and expectation. The pair were presented by Beyoncé's long-term beautician Ty Hunter, executive Lena Waithe, and author Janet Mock, and made that big appearance to impart their encounters to personality and the LGBTQ relatives who helped shape their adventure. Jay-Z discussed his mom Gloria and her turning out, referencing her acknowledgment discourse from a year ago's service when she was respected with a unique acknowledgment grant for the tune "Grin."
Beyoncé adulated her late Uncle Johnny who raised her and her sister Solange in an impactful discourse. "He experienced his reality, he was courageous and unashamed amid when this nation was not as tolerating," said the star who teared up while reviewing her uncle's fight with HIV. "I'm confident that his battle served to open pathways for other youngsters to live more uninhibitedly. LGBT rights are human rights."
Congrats are all together! Jay-Z will get the president's honor amid the NAACP Images Awards.
On the off chance that you haven't heard, Brooklyn local Jay-Z has been standing out as truly newsworthy for completing a ton of positive things of late, including social equity work. Presently, the music head honcho has another honor to add to his rundown of achievements. As indicated by reports, Jay was selected for the honor dependent on his "devotion to conveying attention to the issues of the Black people group Including efficient bigotry.'
"The President's Award is a respect we cautiously present to an individual, keeping up its criticalness and responsibility to perceiving perfection in an administration that legitimately influences our locale," expressed NAACP president Derrick Johnson. He proceeds, "Shawn Carter has been focused on revealing insight into the Black people group including orderly bigotry and uncalled for treatment under the law, using his worldwide stage to make eve enduring change. There is no preferred time over now, as we commend our 50th year, to respect him."
Congresswoman Maxine Waters will get the NAACP Chairman's Award, and radio host Tom Joyner will be regarded with the Vanguard grant.
The honors are set to air on TV One, March 30th. It will be facilitated by Anthony Anderson.
Iceman talent of writing poetry started at a young age, he probably never imagine being compared to artists that leave a long-lasting memory. Iceman flow is like that of the Mc/Rapper Jadakiss. He reminds one of that moment when Jadakiss hit the street for the first time. Iceman is from the east side of Brooklyn New York who is influenced by artists such as Biggie, Wu-tang, Eminem, Lloyd Banks, and Jay-Z.
The new song "DUBBING YOU"produce by Jimmy 2/ Mixed by T-Local is available on all digital platform for March 2019. The song has that feeling of a complete New York Rapper. Most music that is being released these days are synthesized and one cannot feel the connection to the music and or artist. But with Iceman, you feel the passion from the very start. If you find him on the Billboard charts one should not be surprised. Iceman has brought back a sound that the music industry has not heard in a very long time.
Iceman has new music and videos in the works with all intention to bring back that New York sound. If one can remember the song by Artists "Lord Tariq and Peter Gunz where the course said something like, "But if it wasn't for the Bronx, This rap thing probably never would be going on So tell me where you from". Well, Iceman is from the right place to make a significant impact through his music. As his social media grows and followers increase, Iceman has great potential to do exactly what it takes in order for people to hear him clearly.