Jordan Peele’s Us might’ve revived some interest in The Luniz’s classic smash “I Got 5 On It,” but now Harlem’s own Dave East is taking the fan favorite west coast beat and adding some Beast Coast flavor to it.
For his new visuals to “I Got 5 On It (EASTMIX),” Dave heads out to the west to get in the groove and burns on some of that sticky icky that seems to basically grow on trees out on the Wesside. We would say “pass that” but the Rona, you know?
While on the topic of yester-decade, R.A. The Rugged Man is proving he’s still got the skills to pay the bills and in his visuals to “All Systems Go” travels through various points in time to lay down his lyrical onslaught.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Shoreline Mafia featuring Wiz Khalifa, ZayTheGoat, and more.
This book is a love letter to those who didn’t make it and to those who did.  We hope that it serves as a beacon to the Alices still drifting, a little light helping to illuminate the often treacherous path to a safe landing. With the voice talents of: PAIGE SYNDER, KRISTINA LLOYD, ALEXANDRA MATHIEU, MILLY IATROU, FERNANDA CHAVES, CHIARA MAYA, BRITTANY FALARDEAU, MICHELLE McALLISTER, SOHANI HOLLAND, LANETT TACHEL, MERCEDES MANNING, MELISSA SULLIVAN, SUSAN SHEARER
Floyd meets Lily at a party in New York City. The story of their first meeting under the watchful eye of Dragan. STATUE OF LIBERTY is one act play presented as “un spectacle dans un fauteuil” (a show in an armchair), an early 19th century invention of the French dramatist Alfred de Musset (1810-1857). Monsieur de Musset created this form as a theater experience to be read, thus avoiding the constraints of staging a production in an actual playhouse. Here, in the 21st century, using the tools of our age, the reading of the play is performed by the actors so the viewer may comfortably rest in their favorite fauteuil.
“I am married to you now, Jake, no strings attached… I was holding on to my first marriage so tightly. As long as we had that agreement, I could still feel I wasn’t betraying my first vows, the vows I meant.” Brooke Sandstrom has just been laid off and her house is in foreclosure. With no husband to support her, Brooke must make a decision for the financial security of her young son, who has special education needs, and her ailing mother living in a care facility. When her friend offers her the option of remarrying for security, Brooke jumps at the opportunity when she cannot find another job and the care facility is threatening to kick her mother out. Jake Parker needs a wife. Tired of being nagged by his mother to settle down, Jake decides to give her what she wants so that he can continue to see his beautiful girlfriend in the city, who is married to a Count. Proposing to Brooke, Jake comes up with an arrangement that will solve both of their problems. He will have a wife for appearance sake and a companion for his mother, and Brooke will have security without having to perform the most basic marital duties. It’s an arrangement that works well for both of them until Jake is forced to make a decision. But his indecision may cost him not only his family on paper, but also a chance for meaningful love. (Adult Contemporary Romance, Drama)