In the spirit of honoring one another in the Black LGBT community, Chicago rapper Scandocious JR has created the Black Gay Music Awards. This new celebration highlights the achievements among LGBT people in music and personalities who support their musical movements.
Interestingly, JR is nominated in many of the categories listed below as well as a slew of his well-known enemies past and present including LastO and Bry’Nt. The G-List Society’s own Waddie G. is nominated in the Best LGBT Personality category, so we hope that he takes home the win.
There is also a fan’s choice category where you can support your favorite Black LGBT music artist. We are submit our own vote. We hope you do so too.
Philadelphia Black Pride is the major black pride circuit event that kicks off the season of Black prides, and each year their annual April festivities grow larger and larger. Several promoting groups cater to a host of locals and traveling visitors during this fun-filled weekend. One of the promoting groups, Kingz Life serves a specific niche that is largely ignored in the promotion of male parties. Strophic Jerrell and like-minded friends from all over create events where average build and thick build men feel comfortable and desirable, which is an awesome trend we are seeing all over the country. The Kingz Life men are making plans for big celebrations during Black Pride weekend in April in Philadelphia and has released a video from the Labor Day events to show you the possibilities that will come forth.
Award-winning R&B singer Nhojj performed as a headlining at a recent LGBT music festival in Brooklyn earlier this month. From these photos, we are certain that his set was captivating to say the least. Check out the guest appearances by rapper Bone Intell and poet sean360x. We hope to get a video of this soon. Read more
New Jersey hip-hop artist Bone Intell is preparing for a busy summer. He has two mixtapes and a new album titled I Am Legion forthcoming. Additionally, he is promoting his new single “Body Language” with a music video that was recently shot in Minneapolis.
Badness Records is pleased to announce a sneak preview of the video for Bone Intell’s forthcoming single, “Body Language.” The video is directed by Quentin Adams of Sharpest Memory Productions, and co-directed by Kevin Moore of Total Kaoz Entertainment. The video was shot on location in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.
Born and raised in Buffalo, New York, and currently residing in New Jersey, Bone (as he’s called by fans) got his start in music at the age of 14 by freestyling and writing rhymes. He cites rappers Wu-Tang Clang, The Notorious B.I.G., and singer Jamie Foxx as his main influences. His desire to make hip-hop his career soon emerged when he went to college. “I was really trying to pick it up there and expand my lyrics and lyricism,” the rapper said. After earning his Associates Degree in Broadcast Journalism, Bone continued to hone his skills, as well as beginning to produce his own beats. Bone is currently working on fresh material and collaborations with other artists signed to Badness Records — so look out for new heat!