Easy Mo Bee album release event

Easy Mo Bee
Going down January 10th
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R&B Singer Case Covers Marvin Gaye's Inner City Blues


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In the wake of all of the discouraging injustices we have witnessed in 2014, R&B crooner Case has resolved to let his voice be heard. With a powerful rendition of Marvin Gaye’s “Inner City Blues” alongside a heartrending visual, Case is using his voice to verbalize what many are feeling. Listen to Case's rendition here.
"If all men are created equal then all men should be treated equal, and it is through love, peace, service and respect that we experience that equality. Until the judicial system of the United States of America rids itself of the systemic virus of righteousness and its symptoms, which are racism, sexism and discrimination of all kinds the words of the constitution will be nothing more than a 'nice idea." ~ Case
Case is putting the final touches on his new album, "Heaven's Door," which is slated to be released in spring 2015. Fans can look forward to the lead single, "Shook Up" which will be available on iTunes January 13, 2015.

Rev. Jesse Jackson's 18th Annual Rainbow PUSH Wall Street Project Economic Summit

Jesse Jackson

Rev. Jesse Jackson's 18th Annual Rainbow PUSH Wall Street Project Economic Summit
"Where Wall Street, Main Street & Silicon Valley Converge"

Speakers to include Newark Mayor Ras Baraka, Black Enterprise CEO Earl G. (Butch) Graves, Jr. & Abyssinian's Rev.
 Dr. Calvin O. Butts ....
Tuesday, January 13 - Thursday, January 15, 2015
(New York, NY) December 10, 2014 - The Rainbow PUSH Coalition and Citizenship Education Fund will host the 18thAnnual Wall Street Project Economic Summit, January 13 - January 15, 2015 at The Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel, 811 Seventh Avenue at 52nd Street, New York, NY, 10019. The Summit, "Where Wall Street, Main Street & Silicon Valley Converge" will feature sessions on technology, entrepreneurship, best companies for diversity, the role of corporate boards, and investing in communities.
 The Wall Street Project's Economic Summit brings entrepreneurs, corporate executives and the nation's political leadership together to increase business and employment opportunities for minorities.
 "While many strides have been made in America," says Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, Sr. founder and president of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition and organizer of the Wall Street Project, "the leadership and workforce of too many corporations still don't look like America or reflect the population and consumers they rely on for success."  The summit will address this ongoing issue.
 Highlights of the three-day summit will include:      
  • Release of the Wall Street Project's Asset Management Study during the "Money Where It Matters: Managing Corporate, Endowment and Foundation Funds" session which features data on the utilization of MWBE asset management firms by corporations and foundations. Sabrina Philson, Principal, Epsilon Advisors, LLC, will present the study. Money Where It Matters will be moderated by Ralph G. Moore,and will feature John W. Rogers Jr., Chairman, CEO & Chief Investment Officer, Douglas J. Brown, CIO, Exelon Corporation, Emmett T. Vaughn, Director, Office of Diverse Business Empowerment, Exelon Corporation and Orim Graves, Executive Director, National Association of Securities Professsionals
  • Black Enterprise Magazine presents "The 40 Best Companies for Diversity" during the opening day's joint Wall Street Project/Black Enterprise luncheon.
  • Access to Capital - Part I: How to Secure Venture Capital for your Business, and
    Access to Capital | Part II: Securing The Money Minority Businesses Need to Grow:
    Moderated by JoAnn H. Price, Co-Founder/Managing Partner, Fairview Capital Partners and featuring panelist Louis Green, Former President and CEO, Michigan Minority Supplier Development Council.
  • Why Strategic Partnerships Work: The most successful minority financial firms have strategic partnerships with larger majority companies. Chris Williams, Chairman & CEO, Williams Capital, Jim Reynolds, Chairman and CEO, Loop Capital Markets will discuss the need to give up some equity in order to grow. 
  • The Urban Tech Boom: (Silicon Valley, Silicon Alley, Silicon Harlem) - encouraging and creating collaborations to drive tech economic development.
  • Convergence: The Intersection of Tech and Wall Street: This panel will explore the many areas in which technology and Wall Street intersect, how technological innovation occurring both internally and externally is impacting large and small financial institutions.  Panel will also address how data, automation, mathematics and science are creating both efficiencies and challenges within the industry.
  • The Role of Corporate Boards When Driving Diversity: Moderated by Earl G. (Butch) Graves, Jr., President & CEO, Black Enterprise and featuring panelists such as John Rogers, Chairman and CEO, Ariel Investments.
  • WSP Tech Meetup (WSPTM): Silicon Harlem and NY Tech Meetup will co-host a special "Meetup" where attendees can view and participate in live demos from entrepreneurs developing great technology.
  • Faith and Community Leader's Session: With a focus on access to capital for churches and community development corporations and initiatives, this session will examine what faith-based communities can do to promote financial literacy as a means to achieve economic justice and how they can effectively work with banking institutions on partnerships that stabilize and invest in their communities and create housing, businesses, and jobs. 
  • Investing in Communities: Featuring Mayor Ras Baraka, City of Newark, NJ. This panel will cover public-private partnerships that are helping our communities through dynamic initiatives that foster the development of housing, businesses, and jobs.
  • Thinking Outside The Box To improve Minority Hiring: Featuring Pat Harris, Global Chief Diversity Officer, McDonald's Corporation, and Robert F. Smith, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Vista Equity Partners, Gale V. King, Nationwide EVP & Chief Administrative Officer, and Seth Welty, Senior Vice President, Diversity and Veteran's Recruiting, Citi.
  • Focus on Africa: Africa Economic Expansion Forum: Moderated by Mrs. Roslind McLymont, Editor- In-Chief, The Network Journal and featuring Texas Senator, Rodney Ellis, Hon. Benson Fihla, Mayor, Nelson Mandela Bay Metro - South Africa and more.
  • Access to Capital Luncheon: Honoring Sidney Dillard, Partner, Corporate Investment Banking Division, Loop Capital; Robert F. Smith, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Vista Equity Partners, and Donna Sims Wilson, President, Smith Graham & Company.
  • The Business of Hip Hop: Featuring Rakim Allah, Hip Hop Artist; Rah Digga Hip Hop Artist; Freeway Rick Ross; and Erick Sermon, President, Def Squad Enterprises.
  • Google Small Business Supplier Diversity Program: Featuring Allison Bernstein, Diversity Markets Program Manager, Google.

The 2014 Honorary Co-chairs are: Cloves C. Campbell, Jr., Chair, National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA), Cynthia D. DiBartolo, Esq., Chief Executive Officer, Tigress Financial Partners LLC and Chairperson, Greater New York Chamber of Commerce, Earl G. (Butch) Graves, Jr., President & Chief Executive Officer, Black Enterprise, Alfred C. Liggins, Chief Executive Officer and President, Radio One, Inc./TV One, LLC, The Honorable Charles B. Rangel, U.S. Representative, D-NY 13th Congressional District, James Reynolds, Jr., Co-Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Loop Capital Markets, John W. Rogers, Jr., Chairman, CEO & Chief Investment Officer, Ariel Investments, LLC, and Clifford C. Swint, Executive Vice President, Capital Markets, MFR Securities, Inc.
The full agenda can be found online at www.rainbowpushwallstreetproject.org. The Rainbow PUSH Coalition is a progressive organization protecting, defending and expanding civil rights to improve economic and educational opportunity. 

To register, visit:
 www.rainbowpushwallstreetproject.org or call (646)-569-5889
Please email a member of the press staff for on-site media credentials.
Renée E. Warren,renee@ariellewren.com,646.344.2630
Tye Renwrick-Perry,
tye@ariellewren.com, 484.904.6808
Angelo A. Ellerbee,
angelo@dxxnyc.com, 201.224.6570

E-40 releases his album Sharp On All 4 Corners

E-40 releases his album "Sharp On All 4 Corners" 
The Bay Area Ambassador gives fans a taste releasing a free MP3 video record featuring Lil Boosie
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(Vallejo, CA.) Dec. 9, 2014 - When the smoke clears and most rappers can boast about completing an album or possibly two in 3 years, E-40, the hardest working, most consistent lyric slanger on the west has officially dropped his 10th or 11th studio album in that same amount of time. Finishing up on a 12 city tour E-40 releases his self entitled "Sharp On All 4 Corners" Triple deluxe

The NEW owner of Slurricane liquor and proud CEO of Earl Stevens Selections Wine, E-40 teams up with artists Lil Boosie, T-Pain, Kid Ink, Turf Talk, Adrian Marcel, Too Short, Ty Dolla $ , Ludacris, Kirko Bangz and countless others, giving his fans a diverse sound and experience they'll crave coming back for more! 

Look out for E-40 @E40 on Instagram and Twitter

For More Information Contact Echoing Soundz:

LiMari Garcia -- LiMari@echoingsoundz.net
   Echo Hattix -- Echohattix@echoingsoundz.net

Agent Carter Returns Tonight on Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. 9|8c on ABC!


MC LYTE is baaaaaccckkkk!  "BALL" is a high energy, hard hitting single that infuses a crazy lyrical style with a dynamic video set amongst Asian culture.  With quick lyrics and bold dancers who flaunt crisp choreography around the multi-talented actor/rapper/dancer -- Lil Mama -- and a catchy hook with an old-school flavor belted by the talented singer and producer, AV, "BALL" is an inspiring yet millennial video for the whole family that solidifies MC Lyte's position on the Hip Hop throne of musical relevance.  Like MC Lyte's recent single release, "BALL" fuels an international campaign highlighting her philanthropic efforts aimed towards redefining hip hop's global influence; she will commence upon a cross country holiday media tour promoting her recent releases, her upcoming album, her health and beauty tips, and her foundation's EducateOurMen initiative (www.educateourmen.info).

 Watch the Premiere of MC Lyte's "Ball" feat Lil Mama and AV


Less than 2 months ago, on September 9, 2014, the world experienced the musical genius of MC Lyte's first Billboard charting single in 11 years:  the ground-breaking urban hit "Dear John," featuring Common and 10 Beats. 

"Dear John" is the anthem for #EducateOURMen, which is the signature scholarship initiative of MC Lyte's Hip Hop Sisters Foundation, which has presented two $100,000 university scholarships during the Soul Train Music Awards Red Carpet Pre-Show each year since the organization's founding.  MC Lyte stated that this year, the foundation will present dozens of scholarshipsearmarked to send men of color to HBCU's, and she quickly followed up on that commitment with this past weekend's red carpet announcement.

Russell Simmons, Dr. Benjamin Chavis, Jada Pinkett Smith and Faith Evans are just of the few celebrities who support the foundation's movement (www.EducateOURMen.info).


All Def Digital
Dillard University
Hip Hop Summit Action Network
Honey Shine Foundation
NAFEO (National Association For Equal Opportunity In Higher Education)
National Urban League
NNPA (National Newspaper Publishers Association)
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc
Morehouse College
BET Networks

Comedians Mark Curry on Nov 13th and Cocoa Brown Nov 22nd 2014 at Tommy T's Comedy Club

In the bay area? - Support Beneath His Wings Foundation by purchasing your Comedy Tickets for the up-and-coming Comedy shows featuring Comedians Mark Curry on Nov 13th and Cocoa Brown Nov 22nd 2014 at Tommy T's Comedy Club - Pleasanton California. - Click on the link to purchase your tickets - http://www.beneathhiswingsfoundation.org/

Pete Rock Announces Village Soul DJ Residency In NYC

Once a month Pete Rock and his favorite guest DJ alongside Deadly Dragon Sound will play the finest in Soul, Reggae & Hip Hop hosted by The 303 at Louie & Chan, located where the lower east side and old Chinatown connects; and its free and open to NYC music elite (RSVP is mandatory and is the only requirement).
Pete Rock was asked why he decided to launch this type of DJ residency here in NY, he says “I love Soul, I love Reggae and you know I love Hip Hop. I don’t think enough DJ’s are playing what they love and what they have been inspired by. I am going to have a place for them to come, DJ and chill. That’s my life and passion and I am going to continue to share it with my hometown and world. And yes we are playing vinyl.”
This Friday November 7, Pete Rock’s guest will be DJ Muro from Japan. Late night dining will be available from 12 to 2am and it will be the first of many great NYC nights.
Don’t Miss It!
Also, be sure to listen to Pete’s new mixtape: time is illmatic which was premiered by Complex.com last week.