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    According to Walls, back in April, Schrott was going to bankroll one of their joint business deals using close to three million dollars of Walls’ and Shipp’s drug money as a down payment on up to 50 million dollars that Schrott said he had access to from investors. At Bernie the Jew’s request, Walls put 2.8 million together in cash, placed it in several garbage bags, and sent it on a plane chartered by Schrott headed to California.

    Schrott and Walls were both supposed to be on that plane, leaving from Waterford’s Oakland County Airport on April 14, 1992 at 10 a.m. An hour before takeoff, however, Bernie called Felix and bailed, claiming he was too sick to make the flight. Walls got a bad feeling and skipped out on getting on the plane as well.

    Felix the Cat’s instinct proved keen. Upon landing in Ontario, California, DEA agents raided the plane and seized the money on board on the grounds that it was part of drug activity.

    “At that point, I knew Bernie was an informant,” Walls was quoted telling the Metro Times in a 2000 interview.

    Future court filings confirmed that suspicion – as a result of years of requests, counsel for Walls received a government inventory of Schrott’s prior cooperation, including the seizure of 2.8 million dollars from a Learjet that flew from Detroit and California in April 1992 and Bernie the Jew’s reward for the tip-off, which was $150,000.

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    PHYSICIAN HEAL THYSELF! with… Dr. Hanan Islam in our First Annual Health Seminar! 421 E. Miner St. Stockton Ca. 95202 December 5, 2015 9:00 a.m.-4:00p.m.

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    JEWLZ - EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW - WED - OCT 28, 2015 - 5:00 pm PST

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    Jewlz is a dynamic performer in the music industry today. A natural performer and songwriter.
    Recent Apollo theater amateur night winner 2014. Jewlz can be seen performing at many jams and gigs throughout NYC /LA, the village underground,farafina ,BBKings, the sugar bar,melbas,paris blues, the Bitterend , red lion, the shrine, drom,sobs, Roy arias theater, five spot , New Harlem Besame,and Billies black ext..
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  • NyAirWaves Radio Show! #BlackLivesMatter #HiddenKnowledgeExposed

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    NyAirwaves continues Part 2 of #BlackLivesMatter. Exposing government secrets, truth about religion,  recent stories not covered by the media, health advice, tunes and much more! Laugh, Live, and Get into the NOW... From the People's Perspective.

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    Yarbrough & People's - Exclusive Interview - Thur, Oct. 27, 2015 - 7:00pm PST

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    Yarbrough and Peoples was an American R&B duo from Dallas, Texas. Their biggest selling release was "Don't Stop the Music," a US Billboard R&B chart topper in 1981.Cavin Yarbrough and Alisa Peoples both grew up in Dallas, Texas, having known each other since they were young children, as they had met taking piano lessons, after which they remained friends throughout their childhoods.


    In the mid `70s Yarbrough was on tour in the band of Leon Russell and met the Wilson Brothers, who would go on to form the Gap Band. Upon returning to Dallas some months later, the twosome started the band Grand Theft, both as featured keyboardists as well as vocalists. In 1977, the Wilson Brothers had just joined Total Experience Records as the Gap Band and went down to Dallas to perform a concert. Later that night, trying to unwind after the show, the Wilsons caught the twosome's act, and as a result, Lonnie Simmons invited the couple to Los Angeles where they began playing in clubs around Southern California.


    Two years later, they signed their own recording contract with Total Experience and recorded and released their debut album, The Two Of Us. which contained "Don't Stop the Music," topping the US Billboard R&B chart in early 1981, knocking their label-mate's song "Burn Rubber on Me (Why You Wanna Hurt Me)" out of the top spot. The song went on to chart higher on the Billboard Hot 100 than any of the other songs released on the label up to that time. In addition, the corresponding album went Gold and peaked at #16 in the Billboard Hot 200 album chart. Across the pond in Europe, the UK release of the song reached #7 in the UK Singles Chart and was also certified Gold.

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    Debonair Casanova - Exclusive Interview - Wed, Oct 21, 2015 - 5:00pm PST

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    Debonair Casanova is a R&B Funk Group out of Detroit that is the brainchild of 70s Gold Record and Grammy winning Raydio lead singer and Frontman Arnell Carmichael. The Group consist of Eddie B. Formerly of Enchantment, CoCo Charmichael formerly of epic recording group Q.T. hush that served as Teena Marie 's feature and backing band and Giovanni Rogers. They are most known for there Remake of Overnight Sensation originally done by Jerry Knight.

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    Exuberant, loud-mouthed, and regularly adorned with a bejeweled pimp chalice at hand, Lil Jon was the charismatic figurehead of the Dirth South crunk movement that arose from the Atlanta area around the turn of the century. Born Jonathan Smith on January 27, 1971, in Atlanta, GA, the producer/rapper began his rap industry ascension as part of Jermaine Dupri's So So Def label, for which he worked from 1993 to 2000. In the mid-'90s Lil Jon began making a name for himself as a producer with a knack for club remixes. Before long he formed his own group, Lil Jon & the East Side Boyz, comprised of Big Sam and Lil Bo, in addition to himself.


    Who U Wit? Essentially a means of showcasing his production talent, and profiting from it as well, Lil Jon & the East Side Boyz signed to Mirror Image Records, an Atlanta-based label distributed by Ichiban Records. In 1997 the label released Who U Wit?, a CD single, and Get Crunk, Who U Wit: Da Album; a second CD single, Shawty Freak a Lil Sumtin', followed in 1998. The regional success of "Who U Wit?" brought with it plenty of outside production opportunities for Lil Jon, and so it wasn't until 2000 that he returned with another East Side Boyz album, We Still Crunk, this one released independently by BME Recordings. A contract with TVT Records followed, as did the group's label debut, Put Yo Hood Up (2001), which boasted some previously released material (e.g., "Who U Wit," "I Like Dem Girlz"), as well as "Bia' Bia'," the first Lil Jon & the East Side Boyz single to get national airplay, thanks in part to the song's guest features (i.e., Ludacris, Too Short).


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    Straight from notoriously rugged streets of Detroit comes Verdict, a young artist who's arresting lyrics delivers a hard-hitting yet positive message to the world about the power of individuality, self-belief, and overcoming adversity. Verdict's knack for creating literate thought-provoking rhymes is underscored by his near encyclopedic knowledge of all different genres of music. Verdict brings a wide array of musical styles! "Growing up in Detroit, I was just a sponge for music, says Verdict. "I listened to a lot of jazz artist like Marcus Miller and a lot of R&B artist like Mary J Blige, Michael Jackson, and Whitney Houston. I also really loved hip-hop artist who were very musically eclectic like A Tribe Called Quest and Outkast. They were huge influences upon me.The seeds of Verdict's love of hip-hop first sprouted back in the late '90s when a middle school-aged Verdict began writing and spitting rhymes after being inspired by a teacher named Mr. Cooper who would sometimes rap for his students.

    The year was 2006 Verdict met Detroit hip-hop manager Jacq" Pauly" Lovejoy, who was blown away by the young man's rapping abilities and his clear-eyed, no nonsense raps about post-millennium life in Detroit. "We knew we wanted to make true hip-hop---hard hitting, real, something enough to stand the test of time & represent the best hip- hop product available today" Thus BenOfficial Music was established "says Lovejoy. Attention to detail is a trait that noticeable throughout Verdict's work which has perfectly captured the state of hip-hop.

    2015 brought even more chances for Verdict to shine with opening up for Jermain Dupri, Kid Capri, Keith Murray, The Luniz, Dru Down and even rocked the mic on the same stage as Rakim, Big Daddy kane, Slick Rick the Ruler, and Brand Nubian. The Verdict is in. And he's here to stay!


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    THE EBONYS a 70’s group that brought the soulful Philadelphia sounds to a nation. The original Ebonys auditioned for Philadelphia International Records and was later signed to a recording contract.  The Ebonys went on to release two albums, one of which reached the top of the pop charts. In 1995 Sony Records along with Collectable Records released a CD titled “ It’s Forever” in the United States and Japan. In 1996 Platinum Classic Records released the ‘Grove Me’ CD also featuring “It’s Forever”.

    WDAS Radio Station of Philadelphia recently released a CD titled ‘WDAS Classic Love Songs’ and once again the hit song “It’s Forever” was featured.  Currently, these CD’s are being played on radio stations across the country and abroad.


    David Beasley, one of the former lead singers of the original Ebonys, was born and raised in Camden, NJ and has been making music all his life. In July of 1997 The Ebonys were reborn and included four incredible vocalists, David Beasley, William “Smoke” Howard, Nate Cephas, and Toni Calloway.  A fifth vocalist, the late McKensey Crawford, joined The Ebonys as background singer to enhance their harmony.  David retired from The Ebonys group in 2001 and McKensey Crawford became the lead 1st tenor and retired in Jan. 2012 and was replaced with veteran 1st tenor, Ken Chaney. Our female vocalist, Lorna Dixon retired in

    2013 and Geneva “Neva” Wilkes became our only female vocalist. Nate Cephas retired in