Ralph McDaniels on Launching Video Music Box, First Time Rappers on TV (Part 1)

In this clip, Ralph McDaniels discussed his start in hip-hop and particularly his foray into hosting a TV music video show strictly for the culture. McDaniels talked about starting the Video Music Box in 1983, well before Yo MTV Raps (c. 1988) and how barren the landscape was for those type of shows in the early ’80s. Ralph also said that he got a lot of praise from people who grew up watching Video Music Box but the one person who stood out the most in this regard was Jon Bon Jovi.

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Colion Noir: I'm One of the Few Black People Willing to Admit Voting for Trump (Part 5)

Sun Oct 21 , 2018
Watch Part 4: https://goo.gl/v6arRX Part 1: https://goo.gl/SvZbb3 --------------------------- In this clip, Colion Noir explained his reasons behind voting for Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton. Colion pointed out how gun rights and corporate tax cuts forced him and "a lot" of Black men to vote Trump. He said he knows many Black men who voted for Trump but said he's one of the few willing to admit it in public. Colion also discussed some of his interaction with cops and how he looks at cases of police violence on an individualistic basis. He also touched on the Parkland, FL school shooting and the students speaking out against gun ownership. For Colion, he doesn't want people's first amendment right to "stifle my second amendment right."
Colion Noir: I'm One of the Few Black People Willing to Admit Voting for Trump (Part 5)