Washington State University quarterback, Tyler Hillinski, who was found dead in his apartment from what appears to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
You give Hoodrich the right instrumental and he brings the persona and point of view that will carry the entire song.
What’s most frustrating is that there are Black women already in public service who would be much better candidates and are more deserving of the spotlight.
The hardest working man in the game isn’t slowing down any time soon.
LaVar is only going to go away when the news stops making him news, and as much as they hate to admit it, that isn’t happening anytime soon.
What you’ll gather upon coming across Valee’ is that he’s not chasing fame, clout or notoriety.
While the LBGTQ community are indeed still fighting for rights, describing Nipsey’s words as “violent” and “homophobic” are a stretch.
If you thought Khia’s 2002 hit “My Neck, My Back” was the most ratchet song ever, wait until you hear CupcakKe’s music.
Peep the first single off the soundtrack “All The Stars” featuring Kendrick and SZA here.
Get ya popcorn ready!