• BET Founder Shares Challenges He Faced | Juice World News

    by  • December 23, 2015 • 0 Comments


    By Victor Ochieng Multimillionaire BET founder, Bob Johnson, isn’t your ordinary businessman. According to the business mogul, there are moments during his journey that he felt like breaking down, but pushed through to the finish line despite having no prior business acumen. During an ‘Answers to Correspondent’ session at Strayer University in November, Johnson...

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    China To Invest $60 Billion in Africa | Juice World News

    by  • December 22, 2015 • 0 Comments


    By Victor Ochieng The Chinese government plans to invest $60 billion in Africa over the next three years. The projects that the Asian giant intends to pump money into include poverty reduction initiatives, industrialization, infrastructure, and health. President Xi Jinping made the announcement at the same time that the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation summit...

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    iNever feat. Donte Peace & Lil Ripp by Huey P. | PNW Good

    by  • December 11, 2015 • 0 Comments

    Seattle hip hop artist, Huey P., gets ready to drop his freshman EP on Dec. 10th. Legendary DJ- DJ V.I.P., known for his hot mixtapes and as the official DJ for Nipsey Hussle, collaborated with Huey on his first project. The EP, titled “Did You Get the Message,” with the first single off this hot release will be “Ni**as Never Learn.”

    Always hustling, Huey P has opened for numerous well known artists in the Seattle area and recorded tracks with hitmakers such as Ty Dolla $ign, Wale, Cassidy, J. Winans, to name a few.

    Coming up next, Huey joins forces with well known DJ- DJ Drama, currently the A&R for Atlantic Records, to drop his full length album in 2016.

    iTunes Purchase Link: itunes.apple.com/album/id10616864…?ls=1&app=itunes
    Apple Music Stream: itunes.apple.com/album/id1061686438

    Social: @HueyPMusic @djvip510 @TjYoloEnt

    More Than Macklemore: How Seattle’s Culture Influences Its Sound | PNW Good

    by  • December 11, 2015 • 0 Comments


    For much of the 90s, the city of Seattle was synonymous with the grunge scene. It went much farther than music, though; flannels and combat boots became mainstays in fashion (recently making a comeback, but that’s another story…), influenced heavily by what the kids at the shows were wearing. Sir-Mix-A-Lot’s anthem “Baby Got Back”...

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