Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Cat Calls and the Dogs that use em’

Okay, so I want to know why boys think girls will respond to phrases such as “Ay Bay Bay,” “Hey Shawty with the red dress,” or the most recent I’ve heard “Oh an an!” I don’t know how many times I have gone to a football game or just been walking the French Quarter and I will hear: “Hey Shawty, what yo name is?” ….do you really expect me to respond? Do you think you'll honestly win a girl over by being rude? Really? Try again. After enduring my share of whistles and “I-wanna-get-wit-chu” comments, I felt like it was time to speak up. I mean, as a girl, I would much rather a guy get up the nerve to walk up to me and act with some decency. If you want my number, ask for it and ask me by my name damnit! I would not like to be known as the “sexy baby with the black boots.” If a guy tries to step to me with the thought that I would respond to that and actually think he was a decent guy, he’s got another thing coming. You know what’s worse? It’s not even like you tryna step to us like men. It’s like a damn hit-n-run kinda thing. You say something and then don’t even pursue the girl. Were you bored and decided to point out that a girl was fine? Do something about! Don’t just catch our attention by doing something stupid and then pretend it was someone else or it was just spur of the moment. If you’re gonna have the balls to do it, do it well! I wanna know opinions: Guys, why do you do it? Girls, how do you respond?
Feminine not Feline. .

Rent is to Damn High

Being that I want to become a politician, I always realize the flaws of other politicians. I always wonder why politicians beat around the bush and many are not reliable. Well I have found a politician that screams real,truthful, and determined. A No-BS kind of guy that his community is yearning for. Plus he has a funny hair cut with gloves and he talks funny. Enjoy!

Open Military

Pentagon gives recruiters OK to recruit gays
By: Cornelle D. Carney

This is great news for the LGBT community as I have recently read an article in either Times or Newsweek that told the story of a former Army lieutenant colonel (LTC) that is eager about rejoining the Army. The LTC was “outted” by a lower-ranking soldier who read an e-mail that indicated her sexuality; and later, she was ousted by the U.S. Army.

This is a step in the right direction for the LGBT community being accepted; in that, this is greater than the military. In this hetero-dominant society, LGBT being socially accepted is what advocates, like The Gated Community, base a lot of their work on.

I would encourage gays to be careful and not run to the recruiting office to sign-up as “openly gay.” This process is still young and the military is only complying with what a federal judge ordered. Allowing gays into the military, again, is the mandate by the federal judge. This is not necessarily an action that the Pentagon wanted to do. Therefore, if the appeal that has been filed is awarded the Don’t Ask Don’t Tell policy will once again be in effect, and consequently, will more than likely result in a discharge or discrimination.


Monday, October 18, 2010

Band via Ipod

What can an Ipod not do?! Of all the franchise slogans in the world, the ipod slogan "There's an APP for that" might be the most consistent slogan. Imagine sitting on a train and a concert just breaks out. Cool huh? Imagine the instruments were all on computers. Neat right? Well what if they were on iphones? Well one band performed on an NYC train using iPhones only! Thanks to a friend I was able to view it and now I'm able to share it with you.


Wait? She's 9?!

It was only two decades ago that we saw the Prince of Bel-Air do his thing. Who would of known that actor Will Smith would marry a very talented wife and get two show biz prodigies. The one I will focus on is nine year old Willow Smith. When I first heard her debut song "Whip my hair" I could not be convinced that she was singing. She doesn't sound that much younger than Rihanna or Keri Hilson. The song itself was not bad and for a nine year old was actually very good compared to other kids who have released music. She just released her music video for "Whip my hair" and I am truly amazed. The video itself covered so much ground. What I mean is that the video showed Willow as a kid, but also as a fierce and fiery female. If you really watch the video you see a mix of some of the most infamous female artist as of today. When I watched Willow I saw a little Nicki Minaj, Rihanna, Beyonce, Keri Hilson, and even Lady Gaga. The deciding factor will be Willow's next hit single. This will show us if we will see a trend of great music or if she just got a little lucky. Here is the video.


Why Kanye?! Why?!

So here at "All Things Censored" we have done our fair share of covering "I don't Give a damn" Man Kanye West, but we feel that now we must say maybe Kanye has gone to far.The artwork for Kanye West's new album, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, has been banned in the US for its depiction of an exposed breasts on what Kanye calls a Phoenix.

He tweeted about the album artwork last night and started out by saying, "Yoooo they banned my album cover!!!!!! Ima tweet it in a few..." He went on to say, "Banned in the USA!!! They don't want me chilling on the couch with my phoenix!" He also tweets "So Nirvana can have a naked human being on they cover but I can't have a PAINTING of a monster with no arms and a polka dot tail and wings"

I've come to the conclusion that Kanye West is no longer showing how far he would dare to go but now I kind of see him as defying the world as a whole. Now don't get me wrong, this album cover to me isn't the worst I've seen on a cover, but he is slowing pushing people to believe that he will explode soon or at least me. Never fails to amaze me! Well on another note Kanye releases a new song. Enjoy!

Kanye West-Take One For The Team by ayejboo


Sunday, October 17, 2010

Technology In America

As American culture revolutionizes, the modern day technology quickly turns into yesterday’s news. Just like a regular organism, technology evolves. This evolution is based on what surroundings affect the organism. Such as an animals would do in the rain forest evolving to be able to climb tree's etc. The technological field of play follows this same role. Through simplistic ideas I will show you the complexity of how technology has controlled American history.

The first pioneers of this country came on their sail boats and walked the lands claiming everything they wanted. Imagine if Columbus had a cell phone, along with a jet, and a Lawyer the world we currently know would probably be controlled by one person. Luckily for us, that was not the case. Now you could say that the lack of technology at the time may have been beneficial for our future but for now lets stay with the importance of technological turning points. I want focus on one major turning point. When we think of technology we think of mp3's, fast cars, and touch screens. The one thing that is constantly changing and shapes every American citizen is education. The first forms of education in the colonies were only given to rich upscale white boys, either at home or in small town houses with one teacher, one book, and maybe even a board. As you jump to the 60's and 70's you saw a number of larger class, actual school buildings, and a large staff. Students actually have individual books and more teachers meaning a better understanding of different subjects. As you move into the 2000's you start to see schools with books for students to leave home and a set for students to keep in their classrooms. Now in 2010, in some schools students don't even have books, they have laptops that they bring to school and take home.

In computers and mp3s, a young entrepreneur single-handedly changed life as we know it. In 1976 Steve Jobs co-founded Apple Incorporated which released its first computer, the Apple II series. In 1984 Apple released its first Macintosh. The Apple brand did not stop there. On October 23, 2001 Apple would revolutionize the way we listen to music by releasing the iPod. Since its release, the iPod has changed so much that it now has a touch screen and a camera. Apple has sold over 21 million iPods since its debut. Apple’s biggest release came on June 29, 2007 when they released the first touch screen phone, the iPhone. Since its debut, the iPhone has been remarketed three times with the newest edition, iPhone 4, featuring the first phone to have a camera on the front and back. The front camera allows you to make video calls to other iPhone users.

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Still Droppin

As we look at our views from Droppin Fast, it was so well recieved that we decided to hit you with part 2.

Ne-Yo Libra Scale-October 19, 2010

Jay Sean Freeze Time-November 2,2010

Jazmine Sullivan Love Me Back-November 2,2010

Kid Cudi Man On The Moon II: The Legend Of Mr. Rager-November 9,2010
Cee-Lo Green The Lady Killer-November 9,2010

Rihanna Loud-November 16,2010

Curren$y Pilot Talk II-November 16,2010

Kanye West My Dark Twisted Fantasy-November 22,2010

Kanye West & Jay-Z Watch The Throne-November 23,2010
Cassidy C.A.S.H.-November 23,2010

Yelawolf Trunk Muzik: 0 to 60-November 23,2010

Nicki Minja Pink Friday-november 23,2010

Keri Hilson No Boys Allowed-November 30,2010

Redman Reggie-December 7,2010

Bow Wow Who is Shad Moss-December 7,2010
Pleasure P Suppertime December 14,2010

Nas The Lost Tapes Vol.2-December 14,2010

Lil Wayne Tha Carter IV-December 14,2010

Ciara Basic Instinct-December 14,2010
Jay-Z The Hits Collection Vol.1-December 21,2010

Lupe Fiasco Lasers-March 8,2011

Wednesday, October 13, 2010


As we impatiently await the release of the most famous alien, he once again gives us one more thing to talk about while he's incarcerated. In his final letter from jail, he explains the restrictions of solitary confinment, thanks fans for b-day wishes, and a special something for the fans. Without further adue here you go...FREE WAYNE!!

What’s poppin?!

By now I’m guessing that you all have heard about my recent relocation to the bing, which is punitive segregation. Basically, no T.V., no radio, no snacks/junkfood, and one phone call a week. This punishment has been handed to me for my earlier MP3 incident. I admit, I fu#ked up and now I must deal with the consequences. As I write this, I only have 25 days left, and it’ll be even less than that when you read this. So honestly, I’m fine. Obviously, this gives me a lot of time to myself and a lot of alone time with my thoughts, which can be creatively dangerous. I do miss being able to hear from my family everyday but once a week will have to suffice. To them, I apologize. I’m still able to receive mail so reading and responding is still a huge part of my day. I’d like to thank everyone that sent me B-Day cards and wishes… that was terrific. You all are wonderful, simply wonderful.

Well anyways, I just wanted you all to know that I’m good and I’ll be good! But at the end of the day, I did it all for music!!! By the way, thanx for downloading the I Am Not A Human Being album. And if you haven’t done so already, please do! And if you have, do so again! When I get out I’m going to put the album in stores and shoot more videos for it. Which songs should I shoot videos to? Also, we will be adding bonus songs and packaging the new Nino Brown DVD with the in store album! You’re welcome.

Talent is best nurtured in solitude… Be home soon!
…Dreaming of being in Greece.



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Change of Pace

On Tuesday October 12, 2010 the 2nd Congressional District Candidates' Forum took place at Dillard University. The current Congressman, Republican Joseph A. Cao was there along with Independent candidate Anthony Marquize and Democrat Cedric Richmond. The forum was held by the AAWPP. Going into the debate, I didn't necessarily know that much about the Independent candidate or Cedric Richmond, the Democratic candidate. Going into the debate, I did know a little bit about Congressman Cao; I knew that I didn't really like him. During this debate, however, I took a non-biased approach to evaluate each candidate and this is what I got from each candidate.

Congress Man Joesph A. Cao

Congress man Cao did a lot of things that I don't' believe helped his case. He came across as a stiff speaker. His answers to questions seemed like a fill-in-the-blank speech. Every question addressed to him was answered with the name of a bill he co-sponsored on this date, or how he has done something that was not pertaining to the question. The problem was that he wasn't answering the questions or/and he was sugar coating. Cao did say he was very bi-partisan and he has made the strongest attempt to cross partylines. This is true.

But when time came to answer a quick round of questions the Congressman by far did the worst. The moderator told everyone the answers to the questions had to be 'yes' or 'no.' He answered yes that he would support the health care reform, but in response to the next four questions he said unsure, undecided, restate the question, and I don't know. These were five yes or no questions about bills the elected congressman will face in office. He was just sad.

During the end of the forum each candidate was asked a question by another candidate. The Congressman received both the questions from his opponents. The first question Cao received was from Independent candidate Anthony Marquize. Marquize asked Cao if he would sign a pledge saying "I will appear at debates only if all the candidates are invited." Cao first asked for him to repeat the question. Then he said he'd have to read the pledge. The audience started to boo. It was a verbal confirmation Marquize expected. So after 2 minutes of confusion did Cao agree. The second question towards Cao came from Richmond. Richmond asked about Cao's reasoning for sending more money to one ethnic group in our community for health care than another. This issue concerned the New Orleans East hospital, or lack of a hospital and money to a health clinic serving basically the Vietnamese community. Cao averted response to the question to say what he has done for the majority ethnic group and then said Richmond had the wrong facts.

Cao, honestly made a weak, almost negative case during this debate. He didn't give concrete arguments to back up the things he said he's done. He is not very good at projecting his voice (fyi). He kept making jokes, which I don't feel is appropriate under the bases in which he made them. I saw many back-and-forths between him and Richmond but he didn't addressed attacks the way that would benefit him best. Of the three candidates I received the weakest argument, platform, and response from Congressman Cao.

Pastor Anthony Marquize

I would say he was very different from the other candidates and his approach was very different. He started presenting himself as a upfront guy. He expressed how he was about relationships. He also talked about how his current job would allow him to work well as a congress man. His ideas were good and genuine. He wants to invest in people and methods the benefit Louisiana. He also states how he speaks the truth. "I cannot make promises but I will try to do what is needed and learn how I should do it." Pastor Marquize was running really strong and too some presented a threat that was unexpected. His strategical fault came in when he brought God into the picture. He sayed that gays were not normal and have to be "fixed" and that "illegals" can't take our jobs. Then he kind of stepped on his throat by saying "I don't discriminate." Well technically he does. His cased slowly collapsed as he brought God into the picture. Where he may o believed his belief in God may have helped his case, I along with others may have seen him as using God for his own personal gain.

During the quick fire round Marquize answered along the lines of what the largely democratic audience wanted to here, until he said he would push to privatize social security. Yes he did! "I aint lyin". Marquize was asked what qualifies him to be congress man. He responded with; Integrity, Can't be bought, Love and serve people,Honest, Not a compromise. In his closing he says he loves people, he is in the business for people and will continue to "Pray,Pray,Pray".

As a Christian I understand his tie to God. I often question God's existence but I feel that makes my belief in him stronger. In that I take a little offense in Marquize trying to use God for his own benefit. Yes he is a pastor but that is no excuse. Overall I liked his flow and strategic approach but overall he kept finding ways to knock himself down. For example I saw him start at an "A grade an slowly fall to maybe an average candidate which lost him the debate for me at least.

Cedric Richmond

Last candidate, Cedric Richmond came to the forum with an agenda unlike the other two candidates. First of all, he was very aggressive towards Cao, he knew more facts than both candidates combined, he understood the system he wanted to go into, and he was very quick on counter arguments. Richmond's priority in response to the oil spill was accountability. I noticed that he attacks based on where he can win. He also said that he would invest in methods that works.

Richmond was clearly the audience favorite in that he said what people wanted to hear. I'm not sure he backed-up everything as effectively as he should have with methods to follow through with his plans.

During quick fire round he answered all the questions with democratic expectations, so all his answers were expected. Cao chose to ask Richmond why he failed to vote for equal pay for women. Richmond quickly responded that he had prior engagements on the date of the vote, along with other reps(on the State level) and he told the author of the bill in advance. Then he slammed back at Cao and said he would have voted for the equal pay for women act in Congress that Cao voted against. In his closing Richmond stated how this race will determine the pace and face of Congress. I did like that statement but I felt it was to tailored; he must of said it multiple times.

So of the three candidates, Richmond was the most stable and conducted himself the strongest. He didn't hurt himself with his own words and he gave the audience more they could relate to and respect. He showed up but I don't believe his competition presents a threat.

The outcome will fall on how the people vote.

That is my Doctrine of the 2nd Congressional District Candidates' Forum


Dee-1: Down for the cause

When I listen to the music of people I've never heard I pay a lot of attention to the beat, chorus, and the lyrics. One rapper I just heard of, really caught my attention. He goes by Dee-1. The following video really surprised me because I don't expect rappers to address other rappers in the fashion that Dee-1 did. I also found his awareness of social issues in his city very interesting. Rappers who "REP" their city don't usually bring up the negatives or challenge the city such as he does. Well I'll allow you to judge for yourself. Enjoy!


Thursday, October 7, 2010

Can't handle the truth

Kanye West! What can one say? Millions of people love him and Millions hate him! I was thinking about something though. In today's we are always complaining about liars and fake people. Every year hundreds of protest, rallies, and marches are set up to challenge people who aren't truthful to the people. It happens in all professions too. Politicians are begged to tell the truth, while Athletes wait until it’s too late. So if you can agree with that much then tell me why the most controversial figure is in hip hop the same person everyone asks for.

Kanye West is ridiculed continuously..for his honesty. "George Bush hates black people" said Kanye West in 2005 during an MTV presentation. This started the era of Kanye West "The Ass whole" but this soon evolved into the conceded bastard we know now. Then came "excuse minute Taylor but Beyonce is the best female artist and she had the best video of the year hands down!" That was probable one of the most disrespectful things anyone has ever done on national TV but was he wrong? Was his opinion ridiculous or was it just the way he presented his opinion? Then this year he comes out with his song runaway which is just a toast to people like him. So Kanye West is so horrible! Right? It’s funny how as bad as Kanye may be he is only doing what people want. Telling the truth is what he does best but yet people get mad at him.

That leads me to ask who here is in the wrong. The hypocritical people of this nation or the man that does exactly what people want just to the extreme. All in all Kanye West is on fire! At the moment. Here are a couple of his hot songs.

Kanye West-Christian Dior Denim Flow (feat. Kid Cudi, Pusha T, John Legend, Lloyd Banks Ryan Leslie) by diptnyc

Kanye West - 'Monster' by nmemagazine

Kanye West- Runaway (ft Pusha T) by randomcypher

Dueces Remix feat.Drake, T.I., Tyga, Kanye West, Fabolous & Andre 3000 by artisticreation


Tuesday, October 5, 2010

What if the Tea party was black?

I love political movements, and messages that symbolize national issues and agendas. Listen to this song. Play it a million times. Love it!


Made by music! No joke.

The music game is turning into yet another professional league of contenders who want to be in it, deserve to be in it, don't deserve to be in it, and are controlling the game. Well these guys show potential but do they have that edge to get anywhere with their talent? You be the judge.

Check out his blog


Monday, October 4, 2010

Is White right? Apparently it's never wrong.

Alot of people attempt to sugar coat any asumption of rasism still in the world but the reality is rasicsm is still as affected as it has always been. This video disturbed me but I hope you don't feel the same.