G Money George Lee Brown
this is an exclusive interview with the lost jewel of west coast hip hop "G-MONEY" of thuglife. who speaks in detail about the friendship between him and tupac shakur and the album they released. he also talks about the behind the scenes at interscope records, his relationship with snoop dogg,radio,jimmy ivine and more.....
Forgotten Not Gone
Love it. You inspire us to continue the Mission with this new Message of Hope. Ride On... Ride One. Forgotten Not Gone.... You put your heart in this song. We appreciate you blessing us with this Song. #FNG
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Lou Ragland Death | Lou Ragland Obituary – Lou Ragland sadly passed away at his home in Las Vegas surrounded by loved ones. Lou worked closely with Louise and Thomas Boddie over the course of the Cleveland chapters of his career, recording solo and with the groups Hot Chocolate, Love For Dollars and Cents, Wildfire, and Love Apple.
Even in his final months, Lou held court in his living room most days, tended to by a cadre of friends & followers employed to carry out his seemingly endless projects. “I’ll see all of you again, don’t worry,” Lou told us. “‘Into The Next World’ was a promise, not just a song.”
Many consider 1978’s Lou Ragland Is The Conveyor to be his masterwork. 42 years on, “Understand Each Other” retains every bit of its original potency. That record also marked the start of the second half of Lou’s life, with his move to Las Vegas
He seemed to know every player and percussionist in the region and gave many their start in the business. Lou was a builder and a connector. He was known to be an amazing person he contributed passionately to his community and country . he will be greatly missed.
I want this music to motivate, inspire, and help change your life. I'm not talking about changing your politics or your religion; I'm talking about helping you to see the beauty in everything around you. There can be so much hope in music, a good song can take you back to yesterday, help you see today, and send you off to tomorrow...