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Thursday, February 23, 2012

Bigga Rankin & Boo Rossini "100" (feat. Yo Gotti, 2 Chainz & Billy Blue)

FADER TV: Interview with Schoolboy Q

Official Video: Too $hort f. Richie Rich - "Hog Ridin'"

John Legend "Woke Up This Morning" official video

LEP/BogusBoys - "We Want Our Money"

Curren$y – What The Fuck / #CruiseLife

Romeo Santos - All Aboard ft. Lil Wayne

STARSKY FT MAINO "SHOW IT OFF"

FRED THE GODSON - RACK CITY/WHERE I'M FROM

The-Dream - Roc (Explicit)

Exclusive Interview With Chris Webby [Video]

2Chainz (Feat. Jadakiss) - One Day At A Time

MEEK MILL AND LOS FREESTYLE IN STUDIO

VADO - I SEE YOU (BLACK PEOPLE)

Tone Trump - The New Fresh Prince

DMX “Not Impressed” by Rick Ross, Disses Drake and Says Jay-Z Hated on Him!

Gangster Chronicles Music Presents: 30/30 in “Prince” The Short Film

NBA Legend Magic Johnson Launches New ASPIRE Cable Network



Los Angeles Lakers legend and entrepreneur Earvin “Magic” Johnson recently announced the launch of a new cable network aimed at the urban African American and Latino audiences.

ASPRIRE, one of four new, minority-owned networks under the massive Comcast Cable company, is the latest venture from the former basketball player’s successful Magic Johnson Enterprises, in partnership with GMC TV.

“ASPIRE will be a network that encourages and challenges African-Americans to reach for their dreams,” said Johnson in a recent press release. “Launching ASPIRE is an amazing accomplishment, but I am most proud of the opportunities it will create for African-Americans in front of and behind the camera. ASPIRE will allow us to continue to make a great impact in the urban community and beyond.”

David Jensen, vice president of Content Acquisition at Comcast added, “We are excited to be adding ASPIRE to our rich line-up of programming and look forward to its dynamic content designed to entertain and educate viewers.”

As a guest on this morning’s (February 22) Tom Joyner radio show, Johnson noted the community that has stood behind his business savvy over the years. “I’m going to keep it urban,” he said, “That’s where my support has always been.”

ASPIRE has yet to announce its programming lineup. For more information, visit http://magicjohnson.com/enterprises/index.php.

Fuse TV's 'Hip Hop Shop' Spotlights Maybach Music Group

 

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