Song Title: Chox-Mak Ft. DJ YRS Jerzy - Smoke Break (Prod By. North Villah)
Song Description: Chox-Mak And DJ YRS Jerzy are on quite a winning streak this year with everything that they have going on. They have been getting plenty of interview requests in the last couple of weeks they also have a mixtape in the works called "Cross Colours And Starter Jackets". Chox-Mak and DJ YRS Jerzy deliver another classic to the people that follow their movement "90's Flow". Smoke Break has a chill laid back sound brought to you by Canada's own North Villah. It is sure to be a classic for everyone that enjoy's a good smoke break.
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Description: The internet has been going crazy over Jacksonville, North Carolina's own Chox-Mak he has been making alot of noise in these last coupe of months in the streets as well as online. Chox-Mak recently met up with Dizzy Wright at "The Golden Age Tour" which they chopped it up and did a interview for Hip-HopVibe.Com. There is alot of hype behind Dizzy Wright right now as there will be for Chox-Mak next year if he stays on the pace he is on now. Dizzy Wright talks about many subjects which you will find out about when the video interview drops. This interview also shows that Chox-Mak isn't just an artist he can also handle being in the media as well so it comes off as a "win - win" type of situation. This interview is scheduled to drop soon they have just decided to give the people some preview photos of what is next to happen.
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Sept. 22, 2013 - St. Petersburg, Florida, U.S. - Davion Only, 15, follows along with the Sunday sermon at St. Mark …A 15-year-old Florida boy who's been in foster care his entire life is so desperate for a family to call his own, that he recently took matters into his own hands.
Davion Navar Henry Only gathered his courage and stepped up to the pulpit at St. Mark Missionary Baptist Church in St. Petersberg, Florida, asking, directly, if anyone there might want to adopt him. He told the parishioners, "I know God hasn't given up on me. So I'm not giving up, either."
After learning that his biological mother, who gave birth to him while she was in prison, had passed away, he asked his caseworker, Connie Going, to take him to church so that he could make his request. She agreed.
Arriving in a donated black suit too large for him, wearing a zip-on tie that he wouldn't have known how to tie himself, he followed intently along with the sermon before declaring, "I'll take anyone. Old or young, dad or mom, black, white, purple. I don't care. And I would be really appreciative. The best I could be."
Sept. 22, 2013 - St. Petersburg, Florida, U.S. - Wearing his only suit and with Bible in hand, Davion Only, 15, …
In a piece that ran in the Tampa Bay Times earlier this month, reporter Lane DeGregory recounts that the boy was shy, but he was determined to speak at the church.
His mother had been in jail on petty theft and cocaine charges when he was born. After his 15 years in foster care, Davion looked her up for the first time and found out that she had died. Since then, he's been working to manage his temper and pick up the grades he let slump.
He couldn't let nerves and shyness deter him from showing the people in the pews that he could become somebody's son. So he walked to the front of the church, and he let his earnestness speak.
The Tampa Bay Times story detailing Davion's plight has gone viral. The piece got 14,000 shares on Facebook just from the paper's page, and thousands more from aggregation in the Daily Mail,ABC News, People magazine and others. His story has even been shared in Australian media.
If this were a movie, the happy ending would place Davion within a warm household, where he would learn to be loved and continue to ace his way through high school. But whether or not his brave stunt will earn him a home in real life remains to be seen.
Connie Going, the Eckerd adoption specialist in charge of Davion's case, could not be reached for comment, but data from the Administration for Children and Families' Children's Bureau suggests that Davion's chances aren't great.
An agency report shows that black and Hispanic children made up the majority of kids in foster care at the end of the 2012 fiscal year. And out of 400,000 children in foster care last year, only 52,000 were adopted.
The Times reported that two couples asked about Davion at the time his story was published, but none neither had moved forward with an adoption.
Florida Department of Children and Families spokesperson Terri Durdaller said the agency got around 300 calls about Davion earlier this week. Since then, the number has risen to "several hundred."
"We hope everyone who calls is a potential parent," Durdaller said. "We're hoping to connect him with a forever family and that this will bring recognition to the foster system in Florida."
For more information on Davion or any of the foster children at Eckerd, call 866-233-0790 or visit Eckerd.org.
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Famed G.O.O.D. Music artist Pusha T opens up about the inspiration for his new album, "My Name is My Name," and shares his love of street hip hop. The Bronx-born rapper also speaks about his former manager and friends getting sentenced to 32 years for drug trafficking, and reveals if he was ever caught up in the case.
Erica Mena, reality TV star of "Love & Hip Hop," spoke out on the prolonged domestic abuse that she suffered starting in early childhood when she was sexually assaulted at a young age. She also went into grave detail describing the excessive number of beatings she endured at the hands of her baby's father, Raul Conde, and broke down crying as she reflected on her painful past.
Erica then addressed the infamous video of her punching and kicking him outside of My Studio years ago, and how that was the moment when she found her own strength to fight back. She claims that he punched in front of everyone, which occured prior to what the video shows, and nobody did anything to help her, so she took matters into her own hands.
Her speech took place on Saturday, October 5th, at the "Face My Abuse" rally to raise awareness about domestic violence.
"I don't ever really plan to offend people, but sometimes that just happens because I think people, they're not open to what they don't understand," the performer said. "But that's why when I'm singing for my fans, because they're all really young so they understand what I'm doing."
When asked by Lauer if she was "surprised by the attention you're getting right now?," Miley said "Not really. I mean, it's kind of what I want. I'm an artist, so I'm hoping that I get a little attention or my record sales might be a little sketch."