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Mook "Flexin"

Mook drops the hottest single to start the new year off right "Flexin" Inspired by his late cousins Speaker Knockerz hit song "Flexin & Finessesin" This song is on its way to become a club anthem!

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Little-Known Black History Facts: This Black Woman Helped Develop GPS Technology

Gladys West never knew that her work at a U.S. Navy base in Virginia back in the 1950s and ’60s would play a pivotal role in creating a popular form of technology that is now incorporated into cell phones, cars, and social media.

For 42 years, the 87-year-old mathematician worked with a team of engineers that developed the Geographical Positioning System, or GPS, before retiring in 1998. West’s sorority sister, Gwen James, recently discovered the contributions that West made in GPS technology and wanted to share the news with The Associated Press.
“Her story is amazing,” said James, a fellow member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, to The AP. “GPS has changed the lives of everyone forever. There is not a segment of this global society—military, auto industry, cell phone industry, social media, parents, NASA, etc.—that does not utilize the Global Positioning System.”
After graduating from Virginia State University on a full academic scholarship, West began working as a math teacher for two years in Sussex County before obtaining her master’s degree. She then became the second black woman to join the Dahlgren, Virginia, naval base in 1956, where she was one of‌ only four black employees. During her stint, she collected location data from orbiting machines and input the data into giant supercomputers, while using early computer software to analyze surface elevations. She worked long days and nights recording satellite locations and on complex calculations. Although the work was tedious, West told The AP that she “was ecstatic” about the opportunity “to work with some of the greatest scientists.”
West’s diligence and efficiency earned her recognition by her supervisor who recommended her for a commendation in 1979. Her work was also applauded by Capt. Godfrey Weekes, a former officer at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division, in a message he wrote about Black History Month last year. “She rose through the ranks, worked on the satellite geodesy (science that measures the size and shape of Earth) and contributed to the accuracy of GPS and the measurement of satellite data. As Gladys West started her career as a mathematician at Dahlgren in 1956, she likely had no idea that her work would impact the world for decades to come.”
West, a Richmond native and the daughter of field laborers, still finds it hard to fathom how her technology has evolved into a widely known and useful system. “When you’re working every day, you’re not thinking, ‘What impact is this going to have on the world?’ You’re thinking, ‘I’ve got to get this right.’”

Comedian T.K. Kirkland | This Thursday Night 2/15

Starring the hilaroius Comedian T.K. Kirkland this Thursday
Thursday February 15th, 2017 @ 8:30PM 
Laugh and Dine @ ATL House of Comedy
4650 Jimmy Carter Boulevard | Norcross GA 30093 | 770-724-6400
FREE before 8:30PM w/RSVP | FREE parking | 2 Item Minimum
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Courtney Little "Cougar Hunter"


"Cougar Hunter"

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Producer on the Rise JON GLASS


The next BIG music producer is here and he’s from Massachusetts! By now I’m sure you’ve heard of all the talented MCs coming out of Mass; Everyone from Termanology, Slaine, Reks, and M-dot to Cousin Stizz, Joyner Lucas, Bia, Millyz, Token and more. Well, now it’s time to introduce you to the music mind behind a lot of the sounds coming out of the New England area.
Jon Glass is most known for his work mentoring and helping develop the young up and coming artist, Token. Glass discovered the artist when he was 13-years old, back in 2012. Since the two have done numerous tours, traveled the world and Glass has helped with everything from promo and marketing, to branding, production, engineering, djing and was also acting manager for a while.

Glass has also produced records for artists like Joyner Lucas, Hopsin, Token, Termanology, Glasses Malone and more, totaling over millions of plays / views. 

Seeing the way people responded to all the records inspired Glass to start releasing music of his own as a producer. He's since dropped a song a week for the past 6 months straight featuring some of your favorite artists old and new; Via Soulspazm and Five Se7en Music and Huffington Post.
You can listen to all 26 songs on his 

Glass’ Debut Instrumental Music Video was PREMIERED by MASS APPEAL with a nice write up by Jordan Commandeur. 
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Warren Wint ft RKHTY - "Wasting Time"

Wasting Time has been featured on Hot 97, Power 105.1, BET Jams, MTV Base Africa, Music Choice, Vevo
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OneInThe4Rest " Bring It To Me "

Emerging superstar writer OneInThe4Rest ,  has already wrote numerous smash records for ALL the top artists. In addition to writing, his first 2 singles "Jiu Jitsu"  featuring Chris Brown and "Drummin" which features Blac Youngsta have both been doing well at Mixshow. This time around 4Rest flips a classic SMASH hit "No Letting Go" By Wayne Wonder. Check out the rising stars Version of the classic hit now titled "Bring It To Me".
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