“Music Inner City TV” webcast. Guest via Skype rolling down the street in his car in Miami, Florida hip-hop artist Purpose. Will discuss his career, watch his new music video and other hot videos and much more!!
Seattle. Washington based “Music Inner City TV” webcast from our show on Comcast On Demand TV that airs all over Western Washington state. 24/7. Go to “get local” and then “around the sound” Guest singer Cheryl “Pepsii” Riley. Plus hot videos and more!! For the week of 5-30-2011.
Readers before you ask, yes I do play Snoop’s videos on my TV program “Music Inner City TV” and on my radio show “Music Inner City Radio” but at times I have to edit a few things out like a pack of bud (weed) or some “street” language etc.
Here is the question folks. Is Snoop Dogg a role model for you kids who look up to him in the hood down in the LBC?
Remember, Big Snoop has a football league for young inner city kids down in Cali. The kids have to do good in school to play football in Snoop’s league. They have to do their homework etc.
But check this out, how do these kids feel when they see Snoop smoking bud in his videos, wearing gang colors and more? Is this a role model for his kids in this football league? I don’t think so.
Young people today need real role models not fake ones. Do we want kids smoking weed like Snoop? I don’t think so readers.
Finally, to make matters worse Snoop is getting ready to do a movie with rapper Wiz Khalifa. The movie will be about having fun and smoking weed. Heck, Wiz has a new release called “Rolling Papers”!! Say what???
So I ask what side of the fence is Snoop on? I had a chance to do a EXCLUSIVE interview with Evangelist Beverly Broudus Green and Erma Vernado. The mom and aunt of Snoop here in Seattle last year. It was great meeting them.
I will tell you this, Evangelist Green loves her children and wants her kids to do the right thing, including her son Snoop. I will leave it at that. I will have the interview with Snoop’s mom and aunt here on our will soon for those of you who missed it.
Seattle, Washington based “Music Inner City TV” webcast featuring exclusive interviews and urban and pop music videos. commercials and public service annoucements. This show dedicated to the memory of Tenna Marie. “Music Inner City TV” airs 24/7 on Comcast On Demand TV all over Western Washington state.
I have been waiting to say something on this topic for awhile and then I saw the above article in The Grio website so I said now is the time to say my views on Black Entertainment Network.
I have been very disappointed in the programming on B.E.T. for a long time. In my opinion there is to much videos and reality shows and older programs and not nearly enough news programing.
I remember when B.E.T. had a nightly news program at about 10pm Seattle time that I never missed. It was a very good program hosted by Jackie Reid. It had news and views from the African American point of view every night. Why the program was taken of was and is beyond me. That was just crazy in my opinion.
Their needs to be more news specials on B.E.T. Much more. More primetime news shows maybe hosted by Ed Gordon and other B.E.T personalities. News on the programs of unemployment in the African American community, teen suicide, the drug and gang problems in our communities, the problems of students dropping out of school and on and on. This is not happening like it should on B.E.T.
I want B.E.T to be more like CNN. News, news and more news. You can come to local programs like my program “Music Inner City TV” for some music videos etc. But even with my show, I try to entertain and educate.
I hope B.E.T. President Debra Lee will see the light and do much more news programming and less videos and reality shows and older programs like Bernie Mac and shows like the Game and others.
I want more positive stories on for instance President Obama because as we know MSNBC and CNN and for sure Fox News does not do enough positive stories on our President and other politicians. Why not a “biography” type of program with profiles on Morgan Freeman or Halle Berry or even Rev Jesse Jackson or Denzel Washington etc.
This is just my opinion. I agree with the folks at the Grio. I hope and pray the B.E.T. will give us much more news and views from the African American community. A good way to do that is to bring back “The B.E.T Nightly News” right now!! Gordon Curvey
“Music Inner City TV” is celebrating twenty years on the air. Thanks to those of you who have supported us thought the years.
And thanks to EVERY ONE for making “Music Inner City News Magazine” the #1 urban website on the Internet from the Northwest!!
Because of a lot of requests, we are re-broadcasting the exclusive interview with the mother and aunt of Snoop Dogg, Evangelist Beverly Brodous Green ( his mother) and Erma Varnado (his aunt) along with music videos and more!!
Rap/Hip-Hop legend Guru has passed away from cancer at 43. Guru was a guest on Seattle’s Music Inner City three times over the years.
A friend of mine, Walt Atkinson was one of his favorite fans. And he was one of my favorite artists too. Guru and DJ Premier formed a dynamic duo in the rap/hip-hop world.
They formed the group Gangstarr and put down many hits over the years in their own great way. They had their own style. When you turned on the radio you knew who they were right away if you knew about urban music.
A lot of young artists need to study video of Guru and Gangstarr. They were vets who knew how to entertain a crowd unlike many artists of today.
Every time I interviewed Guru it was a great interview. Sorry to say I lost my interviews with Guru in my terrible fire I had a few years ago. But I have the memories of myself kickin it with a true legend….Guru.
Hey Guru, thanks for all the great music you left us and thanks for all the interviews you did with M.I.C-TV. R.I.P bro.
Will be playing videos of Guru in the next M.I.C-TV/Radio.
M.I.C-TV webcast from our Comcast On-Demand program. Based in Seattle, Washington. Exclusive interviews, underground and mainstream music videos, and much much more!! This program features a EXCLUSIVE interview with rapper Snoop Dogg’s mother (Evangelist Beverly Broadus Green) and Snoop’s aunt (Erma Varnado) here in Seattle.
“Music Inner City TV” 25th Birthday Party webcast from 88 Keys in Downtown Seattle and Edawgs “Shut Tha Stage Down”. Cameo appearances and new music videos and videos from the 25 years of “M.I.C-TV”. Watch via tablet, pc or smartphone!! 24-7!!