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Don’t Miss W.O.D.S.’ Annual ‘Brunch Edition’ Pool Day Party On August 5th!!

Don’t miss our annual pool party! This one is a Brunch Edition Day Party with DJ Blytz305 providing the tunes for the event with some special invited guests. iPartyNYC will be capturing the entire event through his lens! We got a full cash bar and VIP packages available for purchase as well.

Tyla Ameyoko will be at the bar serving up the drinks! UNLIMITED Mimosa, Blue Mimos and Bellini Brunch. Doors open at 12 noon and we’ll be rocking till 6pm! Advance purchase tickets guarantees your admission! The door always gets shut down due to full capacity so secure your entrance with an advance purchase ticket. Advance tickets available for purchase on Eventbrite.

iPartyNYC will be capturing the entire event through his lens! We got a full cash bar and VIP packages available for purchase as well. Email us at theoriginatorspoolparty@gmail.com to purchase the VIP packages or click HERE to purchase tickets in advance! This is THE EVENT OF THE SUMMER! See you on August 5th, 2017!

BET Set To Release New Miniseries Based On the Life of Nas

If you’re a fan of legendary Queensbridge rapper Nasir Jones a.k.a. Nas, then this one’s for you!

Nas and BET have announced a new miniseries on the legendary rapper’s journey from New York City’s Queensbridge projects to the Billboard charts.

Deadline reports the project is headed by Rush creator Jonathan Levine — with Nas, Anthony Saleh, Jamie Patricof and Lynette Howell expected as the executive producers. Aside from penning the script, Levine will also direct the series.

The pilot is tentatively titled Street Dreams, an hour-long series on the life of Nasir Jones, which will cover the music, family and the trials and tribulations the hip-hop legend endured as an aspiring rapper in New York City. – via vibe

An autobiography on the life of Nas is a great idea but we’re not sure BET is the network to pull it off. To keep it 100, BET movies are usually cheesy as hell so we hope they don’t screw this up! We’ll keep you posted on its release date as more details emerge.

50 Cent’s Son Marquise Releases His First Rap Song “Different” & Throws Shot At 50: “I Lost My Pops, He Still Alive..” [AUDIO]

50 Cent’s public dysfunctional relationship with his estranged son, Marquise Jackson, just took a musical turn. Marquise just premiered his first rap song and he even took a quick shot at his pops when he rapped, “I lost my pops, he still alive/Save this for a different song, a different time.” Check it out below and let us know what you think….

Chrisette Michele Pens Open Letter Defending Her Decision To Perform At Trump’s Inauguration After Fierce Backlash

Singer Chrisette Michele has been getting a LOT of backlash on social media after it was confirmed that she will be performing at president-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration. The songstress finally decided to respond to her critics by penning an open letter on her Instagram and Twitter pages and ended it with the hashtag #NoPoliticalGenius but…it doesn’t seem to be going over to well with her fans judging by her comment section. Check out her letter below and let us know what YOU think!

Rapist College Swimmer Brock Turner Released from Jail After Only 3 Months

SMH…Former Stanford University rapist/swimmer Bock Turner, who was sentenced to six months in jail for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman on campus, walked out of a jail this morning, after serving half of his six-month sentence. Check out the details below…

W.O.D.S. Approved! Check out “NoBody Beats the Biz” Docu-Series [VIDEO]

Check out this W.O.D.S. approved in-depth documentary based on the life of legendary Hip Hop artist Biz Markie brought to you by James Billings a.k.a. “The King of Content” of IndustryMuscle.com below…

W.O.D.S. Exclusive: ‘Flow – Hip Hop & the Church’ Stage Play ft. Peter Gunz, Angie Stone, Al B. Sure, Altarik “Flow” Winstead & Many More! [VIDEO]

The highly anticipated stage play “Flow – Hip Hop & the Church” took place at the Warner Theatre this past weekend in Washington D.C.  The play starred Al B. Sure, Angie Stone, Peter Gunz, Valeria Adams and Altarik “Flow” Winstead and was a tremendous success! Check out Playgirl’s exclusive behind-the-scenes footage below…