The Rambunctious Angie’s March Movie Picks….

The real life story of Beauty and the Beast… I don’t know it’s something about the name “Beastly” that just turns me on… the thought of a guy turning into a creature (a weird kind of sexy one) , Having to go through this humbling experience to see that bad he imposed on others… check out BEASTLY in theatres March 4rd
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Ok, so I must admit, when I first got wind that there was going to be a Big Momma’s House 3 I was NOT going to see it… But the inner child in me made me. To my surprise I was very entertained; it was great to see Brandon T Jackson dressed (from my home town) and Martin Lawrence get together for this full of action and comedy filled flick! Go check it out.. it’s in theatres now!

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CLUB AGT Welcomes "AMIYJ" live Saturday February 19, 2011 @4pm EST

Join us live on Saturday February 19,2011 for CLUB AGT... Special guest will be Amiyj with some of the hottest music to hit the streets.

Introducing "Amiyj" ..

Amiyj discovered an appreciation for words and music early on. This appreciation would mature into a passion once the destined MC returned to the U.S and found what would remain his biggest love (until the birth of his daughter): hip-hop. “Yes my extremely diverse background immediately separates me from other rap artists,” says the 28-year-old. “But there’s so much more to my story that I have no choice but to stand apart from the pack.”

His story does get deeper. While Amiyj’s parents were finally able to shelter and feed their son, they had no desire to keep him on par with the Jones’s. So at age 14, Amiyj fell into the all-too-familiar trappings of drug hustling. Never compromising his intelligence for commerce, Amiyj maintained his A-student status during the former part of the day and hit the block heavy for the latter. By the time Amiyj was able to send himself to Salem State College (Sociology major) he already had a rep as a local rap star, built on his articulate delivery and fortified by rock-solid relationships throughout the underworld. Throughout the New England area he would easily sell out shows, even becoming the first rapper to perform at the Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra.

Unfortunately, after college, with mixtape sales and a Hollywood modeling contract unable to sustain his new title of Dad, Amiyj returned to hustling, eventually landing him a drug charge in 2008. Fortunately an illegal search helped him avoid prison. Viewing his exoneration as a blessing, Amiyj teamed with Famish Enterprises and fully committed himself to his music, and completely leaving his illegal activity behind him. Now with “Take A Picture” catching fire from Boston to South Beach and his self-titled video grabbing the Internet’s attention, it’s looking like the son of two immigrants is finally ready to live his American dream. “How many rappers lived in a foreign country, are familiar with the street life, went to college, were signed to a major modeling agency and can make hit records with the best of em?”