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Wus good fam this week we welcome a very special guest "Puma" from VH1's hit show Black Ink Crew. Puma has been the object of controveery every since he began on his own journey and is often considered “weird” “different” or the “black sheep”. Paul “Puma” Robinson is much more than a cast member on a show. He is ushering in new forms of sound and lifestyles to pop culture. Born and raised in the Bronx, “Puma” grew up and created his own understanding of Hip Hop culture through art forms he observed such as graffiti. He was naturally talented and influenced by some of the greats in Hip Hop and Black Popular culture, a tattoo artist christened young Paul to Puma. This is gonna be one episode you don't wanna miss. Got questions or comments for Puma hit us in the chat room or call 323-443-7518 Let's GO!
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Today's show is none other than entertaining. As usual we will be bringing the wild and crazy most random show but tonight the Have A Seat Crew Jazzy F, VH1 Info, and Tori Bleu got some exclusive Love And Hip Hop Hollywood Tea for you guys. Black Ink's Crew Sky will be on deck with us tonight. We will be playing Masika Kalysha's new single Andale featuring Fetty Wap. Antonio Brown will be on air to talk about the upcoming collection for his shoe line LVL XIII. You don't want to miss tonight's show
Ceaser is the owner of Black Ink. Since he first acquired Black Ink in 2011, Ceaser has continued to expand his business and has worked on turning Black Ink into a brand. Born and raised in the Bronx, Ceaser struggled between the pull of the streets, and his passion for artwork. When his daughter, Cheyenne, was born, Ceaser decided that he wanted a better life for his daughter. Opening Black Ink changed Ceaser’s life forever. Now, Ceaser struggles to find the balance between running Harlem's only black-owned tattoo shop, his on-again/off-again relationship with Dutchess, and the drama that lives between the walls of his shop.Though his friends call Ceaser an "asshole" (he even has it tattooed on him), underneath the tough exterior is a guy with a big heart who knows how to keep it real.
Dutchess is the only female tattoo artist at Black Ink, but that doesn’t keep her from being a force to reckon with. Dutchess is a Southern Belle from Lincolnton, North Carolina. She graduated at the top of her class and went on to receive a degree in Business Management. Whether it was her business skills or her eye for art, this sexy and powerful woman has had a hold on Ceaser’s heart from the beginning. Dutchess, who isn’t afraid to speak her mind, has had her up and downs with not only Ceaser, but with the other crew as well. However one thing's for sure…whether it comes to modeling gigs or to tattooing celebrity clientele, Dutchess makes sure that all eyes are certainly on her.
Today on the show I have VH1 Puma & Quani
Born and raised in the Bronx section of New York City, “Puma” grew up in what most will call “the slums” or popularly referred to as the Hood. Just like a Phoenix, beauty rises from ashes. The Bronx created Hip Hop and Puma created his own understanding of Hip Hop culture through art forms known as graffiti. He was naturally talented, with influences and inspiration from some of the greats in Hip Hop and Black Popular culture, a tattoo artist christened young Paul to Puma.
This is a look into last nights episodes 2/9 for both Love and Hip Hop and Black Ink Crew. What is going on in these relationships and who has finally found her inner peace and a peaceful guy to (Erica Mena). Surprise, surprise. Let's get caught up shall we.
Saturday Nov 21st, 9pm est/8pm cst, join O-God, Solarmind, & Sistah Renèe, on 'IN THE BLACK RADIO'! We'll be discussing 'The Genesis of Black Liberation Movements in Amerikkka', featuring special guest, ! As usual, we'll be going in & dropping powerful information. Listen/Comment/Question @ (619) 924-0694 press 1 to speak, or hear us online by clicking the link>>> http://www.blogtalkradio.com/intheblackradio/2015/11/22/the-genesis-of-black-liberation-movements-in-amerikkka-feat-zion-lexx
Dej Loaf is a hot, new female lyricist, that’s making her way into the hip hop scene with her new single entitled, “Try Me”. From the Eastside of Detroit, she dropped her first mixtape in 2012 entitled “Just Do It” that featured songs “Ay Yah” and College”. She linked up with Finally Famous’ SAYITAINTTONE and Adubb da Gawd, along with Oba Rowland to drop IBGM in late 2013, which featured songs “Where the Love At” and “Bad Teacher”.
Puma is Black Ink's ex-PR guy and Ceaser's forever "Frenemy". After leaving Black Ink, Puma opened Ink 124, the rival tattoo shop on the other side of Harlem. This "betrayal" caused him to be at odds with Ceaser, who has never quite moved past it. Unlike the other guys he left behind at Black Ink, Puma married the love of his life, Quani, and they are the proud parents of two-year-old Tamia. Tamia is the apple of Puma's eye. Even though Puma is now a family guy, he hasn't completely abandoned his old ways and finds that his quick mouth still gets him in trouble.
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