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June 2013

REALITY REVIEW

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Love and Hip Hop Atlanta

These Georgia peaches know how to spice up the screen. They knuckle up when necessary and still keep the weaves and make-up tight!

Previously this season on Love and Hip Hop ATL, Erica and Scrappy started off as an engaged couple, K.Michele was one of Mimi’s best friends as of last week and Rasheeda and hubby Kirk reinforced their bond after renewing wedding vows … all of the above situations are now null and void!

Last night’s episode had attention grabbing moments, like when Momma Dee actually apologized to her son for being a bit over-bearing in his relationships. It’s easy for Momma Dee to be nice now, after she had a hand in breaking up Scrappy and Erica. Erica and Shay came face to face at Tracey’s fashion show. That was an intense moment, but it cooled down when they both chose to be ladies and kept it moving respectfully.

Drew and Tracey’s business deal is a done deal! Drew, Tracey’s business partner and baby daddy, practically begged Tracey for $25,000 to start a sneaker store and after finally getting it- he handed the dough over to a third “business partner,” with no contract. Where they do that at??
The money and the business partner disappeared into thin air.

Stevie J has actually been on his best behavior. He was determined to be honest with Joseline and let her know that he wants to work with Shay Mac. Joseline felt some type of way (threatened) and was completely disrespectful when Stevie tried to bring them together. His good efforts ended in Joseline attempting to snuff Shay Mac while on her way out. Close, but no cigar.

The highlight, hands down, was when Mimi confronted K.Michele about a recent radio interview in which K.Michele called Mimi’s new man gay, “in her opinion.” Words were exchanged and as usual, K.Michele acted out her emotions physically and hit Mimi over the head with flowers, retrieved to her dressing room and started to sing over Mimi’s rants.

Next week is sure to be another banger and we’ve got you covered!(by: Dina)
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CAVEL MODEL ACTRESS VIDEO VIXEN HIP HOP E2W MAGAZINE

I am originally from Trinidad but currently live in MD. I’ve been modeling off and on since 2000. I started when I shot for a military catalog, while I was in the Marine Corps. I took a break when I moved to Japan. When I moved back to Maryland, I started with promotions, runway and different modeling organizations.
I started getting more into urban in 2008 when I was featured in my first two magazines which are from Washington, DC CRED and The Kapital. Since then, I have been trying to work my way up in the industry. I have been very blessed thus far. I was featured in several magazines, Straight Stuntin twice, on the cover of CRED Xclusive, Stunnaz Magazine, VBLAZIN, XXLmag.com eye candy, Sweets magazine, Feds magazine, 50fifty magazine, Touch magazine, FBM magazine mixed issue, Flava Girl magazine, Mafia Magazine, Sommita magazine, Titanium Girlz 30 pictorial and Assets magazine.
I am also featured on numerous websites. I am currently on the cover of the books, The Available Wife Part 2, and Confessions which are on sale at Amazon.com. I also try my hand in acting. I’ve been in 2 short films, recently casted in a full featured independent movie, and still auditioning for others. I was also a socialite extra in the television series, “The Game”.
My talents have no boundaries. I was a semi-finalist in Black Opal’s True Beauty Model Search and 1st runner up in Seagrams Gin calendar competition in Baltimore. I won model of the year at the Southern Entertainment Awards in April in Nashville 2013. I am also a spokesmodel for Kahlua “Midnight” liquor. I may have left some things out but that is because I can’t keep up at times. The last videos I shot were for Slice 9 featuring Future and Levi in Atlanta, GA, Ron Browz in NY and Harlem artist Gutta Millz. I have also co-hosted a radio show which is located in Miami. That was a great experience.
In my personal life, I am very laid back. I try to separate the glamour side from my personal side as much as possible. I rarely have time to myself as I work fulltime, have a daughter and I am also in college. I also recently started my own agency. I now manage male models. So when I do have a little time to myself, I travel. The best thing about this industry to me is getting to meet new people and traveling.
Stay tuned, as you will be seeing more of me in time. To see more of my work, go to www.modelmayhem.com/490413. To get in touch with me, you can hit me on facebook at CavelWeeks , twitter @prettyBeyes and instagram @cavel16. For bookings send e-mail to bookings.cavel@gmail.com. Thank you for featuring me on your site. (photos by: RAY360*)

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ARTICLE-NOJACK

NOJACK RAPPER HIP HOP DIAMONDZ ENTERTAINMENT E2W MAGAZINE

Growing up in the Peoria, Illinois, Nojack experienced tribulation to say the least. Surrounded by gang activity, Nojack found comfort though musical influences like Krayzie Bone of Bone Thugs N Harmony and through competing in sports. Nojack, who previously changed his name from InferNO JACKson, has an accelerated flow that differentiates him from other artists. In an era where most hip hop lyricists use curse words and N***A as forms of expression, Nojack refuses to do so. With his tough demeanor, aspiring rhymes, and dedication to perfecting his music, there is no reason to believe that the California Dream is farfetched for this Midwest native.

Nojack fell in love with free styling while in college. Before he became the man he is today, he has been able to transition and grow as an artist. Dizzy D, first came aboard as a lover of music, but he wasn’t satisfied with what was being produced. After taking a year off, and studying the craft, Inferno Jackson emerged. As Inferno began to build his fan base, creatively, he began to recognize his differences, when compared to other artists. Nojack brought a new style, demeanor, and confidence that Inferno didn’t posses. As he grew into his own, Nojack, although still learning, became a master of music and coins Krayzie Bone, Andre 3000, MGMT and multiple legendary artist as major influences in his career.

Nojack is person who prides himself on being self-driven and persistent in making himself a household name, Nojack is moving quickly and is taking casualties on the way. With plenty of projects to follow, Nojack has the ability and the undeniable genius to revamp and add to the uniquely popular Hip Hop Industry.

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NOJACK CITY

STREET MOTIVATION MAGAZINE NOJACK THE ARTIST RAPPER HIP HOP HIP HOP MAGAZINE
NOJACK, as he explained himself, is a man that keeps it real. He states that he is energetic, athletic, and charismatic and has sex appeal for the ladies. With no lack of confidence, he assures me during the interview that he is definitely a jack-of-all-trades.

He comes from the state of Illinois, city of Peoria and now lives in California. He has been in the rap game for several years and has been steadily perfecting his craft. Originally known to the music industry as DIZZY D, in the beginning, he mentions that he was in it for all the wrong reasons. He said that he lavished in the fame, women, and money and was content with his status at the time.

He took a few years off to study the tape; like an NBA player or boxer studying his opponent, soon made a comeback. Now with a new vision and new name. He was known as the infamous, INFERNO JACKSON action packed with rhymes galore. A fiery rapper with skills, but soon realized that the name was common.

As he recalls, he was lounging with a friend and approached by a fan, which had asked if he had a show that weekend. He asked, “why?” The person explained, that there was another guy with the same name performing. Right then, he knew he had to distinguish himself from others, and become more unique to the world.

Inferno Jackson was making waves in the rap industry, but felt as though he had to appeal to his Christian mother to listen to his music. Listen to his music was something that she would not do, with obscene language and the “n” word spewed throughout his lyrics. So, it was time that he restructured his game plan and became the man that we now know as, NOJACK.

Nojack has had some credible projects in the past that can be researched. Some of them are: DECEPTION, CRITICAL DAMAGE, LYRICALLY BOUND vol.1, WELCOME TO, NOJACK CITY, and SHADES OF GRAY to name a few.

Nojack is quick to refer to himself as the man “ Bo Jackson” of action packed music, and listening to his catalog; he is not selling wolf tickets. He also has a style that may sound somewhat familiar to the hip-hop world. As he states he has acquired it from the legendary Krayzie Bone, of BONE THUGS and HARMONY. He further mentions that his style is creative with dimensions, and style that is not done by anyone else.

Nojack says that he gets inspiration for his music from his past struggles of hard times, and states that he keeps a 9-5. He says that he makes music according to his mood and keeps in tune with what is going on in the world today, but is sure to continue to build himself up mentally and physically.

He states that, “Picasso was an artist, and was just bringing his art to the world and that’s what I do. I just do me.”

As far as gripes are concerned, he has a few. Nojack is adamant about phony engineers as he sates. And how they are quick to push artists in and out like a conveyer belt. He states that he has had issues in this area at a point and time, and had felt like a certain engineer was pushing artists as if they were on a cookie sheet cookie cut and put out. He states that Eddie Ruxspin (the engineer of his current projects) has been very instrumental in helping him fine tune his craft, and he holds him in high regards.

Contact info: Facebook.com/nojackcity
Twitter @iAmNojack
Instagram @NojacksWorld
YouTube.com/infernojackson

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