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  • 00:32

    Urban Teen Celebrity Re-Air Interview with CTA Clay the Analyst!

    in Entertainment

    CTA was born on November 6th 1978 in Cleveland Ohio. He is the oldest of 3 boys. Since the age of 3 music has had an impact on his life, he was first inspired to started his music career during his high school years, every day he would see groups of guys in a Cypher from that day forward he dreamed of going straight to the top. CTA lives and breathes hip hop from Tupac to J.Cole, Biggie and Lauryn Hill, those are just some of the artist who have inspired him to give all that he has. CTA is an underground artist trying to make something positive happen within his music, he plans on being the American dream.

  • 00:29

    Urban Teen Magazine's Celebrity Re-Air Interview with Jordan King!

    in Entertainment

      Up-and-coming Alternative R&B/Hip-Hop artist, Jordan King, released her very 1st single, entitled “SCARED”, on Halloween. Take an intimate trip with her as she seduces you into submission while revealing her temptations in this sexually charged anthem, but you MUST remember one rule: Don’t Be SCARED.


      While in LA, Jordan collaborated with producer Donnie B. to record this eerie, yet sexy track. Jordan pulls influences from a wide variety of artists from Prince, to Missy Elliot, to Teyana Taylor, and definitely does not hold back.


     

  • 00:31

    Urban E xpression in Jesus

    in Poetry

    1 Shout for joy to the Lord, all the earth.
    2     Worship the Lord with gladness;
        come before him with joyful songs.
    3 Know that the Lord is God.
        It is he who made us, and we are his[a];
        we are his people, the sheep of his pasture.


    4 Enter his gates with thanksgiving
        and his courts with praise;" (Psalm 100:1-4)


    Giving God Praise in Jesus through Urban Expression!  God has His poets and they are giving Him glory and honor!

  • 00:28

    Urban Teen Magazine's Celebrity Re-Air Interview with Aliyah Moulden!

    in Entertainment

    you’re willing to work hard. Her dedication for the past 4 years resulted in her national debut at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, featuring Disney stars.   She also had the opportunity to perform at American Idol Finalist Todrick Hall’s show Twerk du Soleil.  Her latest performance was with Platinum singer, songwriter, actor Jessie McCartney.

  • 02:19

    The Black Issue with Dad. Urban Therapy with Sun #168

    in Lifestyle

    The issue of the Black father has been going on for generations and unfortunately in a negative way.


    Whether we are talking about the absentee father, the deadbeat dad, the abusive father, the man that never really came around, the man that had all those kids, the man that wouldn't marry my mom, the man that we never met or the one that we can't seem to get it together with, the Black father is a polarizing figure. He commands a lot of attention for a man that so many people say hardly exists in our lives.


    The issues with fathers is not exclusive to Black people. Other races and ethnic groups have had similar issues with fathers but their issues seem to have dealt more with abusive or neglectful fathers inside the home. Many Black people have the opposite experience.


    This is not a general show concerning fathers though. This show will focus on personal issues that people have had in the Black family with their fathers. 


    What has been your experience concerning your dad? Was he there? Was he absent? Have you been mad at him most of your life or have you been looking for him most of your life?


    Has someone else that is not been your biological dad been your dad all your life? How did that turn out?


    Have you been taught to feel like a father is not as important in your life as a mother is?


    What about people who have sons? Do we secretly fear that our sons won't be there for their children if they grew up without a dad? Do we try to prevent that from happening or do we let the chips fall where they may?


    What can be done to remedy the situation of the Black father in relation to the child, the family and the community?


     

  • 00:34

    Urban Teen Magazine's Celebrity Re-Air Interview with Amel Hines!

    in Entertainment

    New R&B/HIP HOP/POP Sensation Amel Hines Song “Bussin” has been chosen the #1 VIPFeatured Song on The Starfleet Music Pool. With his catchy lyrics and trendy sound Amel Hines is guaranteed to be the POP world’s new phenomenon. Everything today is all about the booty,“Bussin” doesn’t disappoint. A cross between Chris Brown and Lil’ Wayne, with a sprinkle of Jamie Foxx thrown in for good measure, he is sure to turn the music world upside down.

  • 00:36

    Urban Teen Magazine's Celebrity Interview with D'Wynter Cold!

    in Entertainment

    Born in Nashville, Tennessee, D’Wynter Cold began singing at the tender age of two years old. Coming from a family with a music background, she quickly adapted a passion and unique talent for writing and performing, and at twelve years old, blew away a crowd to get to the final round at “The Apollo.” In 2010, D’Wynter took her talents to Music Row, the heart of Nashville’s entertainment scene, to work with a recording label and head collaborations with artists from all over the country.


    D’Wynter’s unique and sultry vocal tones and glamorous style put her in a lane of her own as she began to emerge on the music scene. Singles "Shoulda Waited" and "Slow To Bleed” broke musical barriers in her hometown, which lead to her nominations for "Best R&B Artist, "Best Music Video" and "Best Performance" at the Southern Entertainment Awards. Her gifts landed her in the top 300 during “American Idol” Season 11 in 2011 and deemed her a fan-favorite on “The Voice” in 2013. Her budding career has continued to grow into 2015. She has shared concert stages with artists like Crissy Collins, infamous background vocalist for Beyonce, and more recently collaborated with Rick Ross and Won-G to introduce a radio smash single, “Rich Together,”. 

  • 00:30

    Urban E xpression in Jesus

    in Poetry

    9Therefore God exalted him to the highest place
        and gave him the name that is above every name,
    10 that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow,
        in heaven and on earth and under the earth,
    11 and every tongue acknowledge that Jesus Christ is Lord,
        to the glory of God the Father.(Philippians 2:9-10)


     


    Expressing talents and gifts in honor of the King of kings and Lord of lords, Jesus the Christ!

  • 00:29

    Zeal for Jesus! Urban Style!

    in Poetry

    "11 Never be lacking in zeal, but keep your spiritual fervor, serving the Lord."(Romans 12:11) 


     


    Closing out 2015 with zeal and fervor for Jesus!  Urban Style with God's grace serviing the Lord!  A closing means a new beginning as in a New Year.  Keep the focus on Jesus and lifting Him up drawing all men unto Himself!  Glory to God in the Highest!  He is worthy of the praise!

  • 01:03

    Ep. 117 Urban Survival - For Those In The City

    in Prepping

    Tonight I will discuss Urban Survival from Sanitation to Techniques to use if you live or end up trapped in the city/ surburbia when the critical event occurs.  

  • 02:01

    Gentrification In Urban American Communities~ Hosted by Buck Wylam and Rick Moon

    in Real Estate

    Gen·tri·fi·ca·tion


    [jen-truh-fi-key-shuhn]


    NOUN


    1.


    The buying and renovation of houses and stores in deteriorated urban neighborhoods by upper- or middle-income families or individuals, thus improving property values but often displacing low-income families and small 


    It appears that changes are going on in neighborhoods known as “The Ghetto’ in America. What used to be classified as so-called Black neighborhoods are becoming open season to a new class of more affluent residents who move in.  A new development of the property comes and usually, it is accompanied by a severe increase in housing prices which could displace the neighborhood’s longtime residents. This is called gentrification and it follows a long practice of invaders to the American lands.


    African Americans Ain't Africans