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The Goddess Solé Releases her New Album “Encoded”

This Libra season has been blessed with new music from female artist Solé , September 28th. You may know her from her hardcore hip hop music from the 90’s. She appeared on J.T. Money’s single “Who Dat” in 1999. As she progressed, she decided to go a greater route in her life which is much respected. She decides not be apart of the womanizing and programming promotion that the urban industry promotes. The well respected artist is giving women and fans across the world a demanding yet moving project called “Encoded”.

The Queen is celebrating her 20th anniversary of her first album “Skin Deep”. “Encoded” shares messages of being a queen, self consciousness, great energy, and love. Her production on this isn’t a cool breeze. Meaning it has a hard touch to it. Something we do not hear from female rap artists today. Her bars has a lesson to be learned at the same time. Her voice is demanding all ears to listen to her words which has always been her uniqueness.

“Encoded” has an ultimate vibe for anyone who needs to be lifted with real music. Solé is blessing all the melanin queens, especially alpha women. The album has 12 tracks with features from Herb Alkhemyst, her husband Professor Griff, Shurhea Upendo, DJ Nabs, Sam Salter and Shae Jones. Every feature created a beautiful story line throughout the album.

The album created an entire mood needed in this time our life. Our generation need this the most. That is why we had to bring awareness to Solé new project. Hope you enjoy it as much as we do! Add it to your playlist, send it to your sister or lover. Support true Queens!

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Artists BG Kenny Lou and Ghost Magneto are Honored For Their Good Deeds After Passing

Across the world, the sleeping giants are trying to keep the community afloat. Ever since we met Sandra Massie Hines, we continue to keep up with her hard work within the city of Houston. As The Honorary Mayor of Sunnyside, Community Outreach Service Specialist, and Activist, she contribute a large amount of her time with the community.

Every first Saturday of each month, Metropolitan C.M.E Men’s Ministry does their part. They conduct the “Doing Our Part” Senior, Homeless, And Community Luncheon. Mr. Henry Durley is the President of the Men’s Ministry. He does a pleasant job accommodating the people and that the are fed.

November 10th, Nyte Lyfe Lexx was requested to become Mistress of Ceremony for the Fellowship Meal. With her efforts of gathering young hip hop artists, she insisted that a few come and volunteer with her at the church. She reached out to several artists. Houston Artist BG Kenny Lou and The Lyrical Angel JR were the only ones to be present. Kenny bought a few friends with him including Artist Ghost Magneto. They came introduced themselves as well as announced they were going to feed the homeless afterwards. We were thrilled to hear these guys are going to use their time to give back in the community.

Kenny Lou (yellow hat) Tati, Ghost (Jean jacket), Wodiee, JR The Lyrical Angel

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To be honest I never seen any of this coming but I’m grateful I’m just letting god use me…This was from the heart and was already premeditated before airing on the news so it was definitely for a blessing and not for a follow. 🗣🗣Dec. 22nd be ready for our first Annual TOY DRIVE🗣🗣 S/o @ombbloodbath @itsonly1ghost @thelyricalangel @nytelyfelexx @_wodiee_ @imtatifool @hightowerbret @smooooovee for the help we got more and more good things coming keep up wit us… Love, ScootUpGanG 🛴💨💨🤘🏽💙 @fox26houston @fox26houston @staydownproductions2.0 @staydownproductions2.0 @saycheesedigital @saycheesedigital @shawncotton @shawncotton @raheballentine @splifdtv

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Kenny Lou and Ghost were collaborating at this time with their music. They were steady in the studio planning the next move.

November 27, was when these young men passed away. They were both killed in Houston in a club parking lot. This became one of the most hurtful deaths to happen in Houston this year.

All over the news and the internet, media portrayed these young men as gang members, and Gang affiliation. This deterred search of the killers, as the media gives us a negative narrative of these young men.

This had Sandra Hines upset. The fact that these men were in her church home wanting to do positive things. The police and media may not be aware of their right doings. Sandra makes sure of that by sharing their story all over social media.

The Honorable Al Green, Member Of Congress presented both Kenny and Ghost flags flown over The United States Capitol. They were the same flags given to Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King Jr. The deepest condolences were extended from the Men’s Ministry as well.

 

In today’s generation, we suffer with having a wide range to outlets to give back in the community. We will continue bringing awareness to resources our people need in Houston.

We give special thanks to Metro Ministry To Men, The Metropolitan CME Church Family, JR Achievers and Sunnyside Silver Hair Seniors Group Inc, MOSS Committee , Connie Ford (Russell & Smith Ford), Angelia Reese, Dori Wolfe,and Efrem Jernigan, FNM $hoota, and Vision4Productions.