PMA Spills the Tea with Songstress Sevyn Streeter releasing “D4L” video and Carmelo Anthony wearing a Black Beret and voicing his opinion on the State of Police Brutality.
Sevyn Streeter is one of those singers who quietly makes an impact on our music selection. She has been putting out the best R&B songs for the last few years without compromising her Southern swag.
Her new single “D4L” pays homage to Atlanta’s own Shawty Lo’s snap group in its title. She teams up with The-Dream who helps turn the track into a bananas song. Streeter’s debut album is entitled “Girl Disrupted”.
Here’s the video below:
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New York Knick’s own Carmelo Anthony covers ESPN Magazine and let’s just say this grown WOKE Carmelo is extremely sexy and intriguing. He gets really real in this issue as a black man who has concerns about the state of African-American communities.
TheYBF reports The 32-year-old baller joined NBA icons LeBron James, Chris Paul, and Dwyane Wade for a powerful speech about social injustice and to charge fellow athletes to begin speaking up on injustices against people of color at the 2016 ESPY Awards. He has starred in ads against gun violence and built basketball courts in low-income neighborhoods (in cities like Baltimore, Brooklyn, and Puerto Rico).
Carmelo Anthony also disclosed the conversation he had with Colin Kaepernick. Read a snippet below:
“I spoke to him that night,” he said. “He reached out to me that night. And I’m watching and I’m like, ‘OK.’ Like, ‘What’s next?’ In a very respectful way, he was like, ‘I took this step and, you know, just wanted to get your thoughts on what’s happening.’ And I said, ‘Well, you’re courageous.’ I said, ‘You just showed a lot of courage in what you just did, but now is the hard part because you have to keep it going. So if that was just a one-time thing, then you’re f*cked. But now you keep it going and be articulate and elaborate on why you’re doing it, and be educated and knowledgeable of why you’re doing it so when people ask, you can stand up for what you believe in and really let them hear why.’“