Check out Some Guy Named Jay's classic Southeast Hip Hop Magazine Interview with the great Tracey Lee!  Tracey Lee made waves in the mid 90s with his smash hit "The Theme" (It's Party Time) and made a lot of noise with his debut album Many Facez in 1997 that gave us bangers such as "The Theme Remix" with Busta Rhymes, "Give It Up Baby", "Stars In The East" and the underground classic "Keep Your Hands High" with the legendary Notorious B.I.G. 

Listen to Some Guy Named Jay's interviews with Tracey Lee here at the direct links below 

Part One

Part Two

Additional Audio from the Interview


Tracey Lee's Many Facez 
with classics such as "Keep Your Hands High" with The Notorious B.I.G., "The Theme (Party Time)", and "The Afterparty" featuring Busta Rhymes.


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Singer Nikia's new album NO FAIRYTALE is now available everywhere music is being sold digitally.

Purchase the new book "Wet" from the queen of erotic fiction Radiah Johnson AKA Starzpen here at the direct link here


Listen to the song dedicated to all the Educated Black Men titled"Educated Black Man" at the direct link below 

The song "Educated Black Man" is on the upcoming album by Abdullah titled BLACK MANHOOD dropping early Aug.!


A Better Chance A Better Community (ABC2) was founded in 2012 by Mr. Chester Williams to “empower young people by providing a life skills program that promotes positive values, healthy habits, and education through community development, culture, and awareness– resulting in real life power, World Changers as Game Changers”

The World Changers Program is a network of youth working collectively for positive community change.

In the seven years since its founding, A Better Chance, A Better Community(ABC2) has played a major role in the positive transformation of the Roanoke Valley from an area with too many unproductive, unsupervised kids with too much time to get into trouble to one providing young people with a valuable structured program which focuses on community development, youth engagement and fun.

ABC2’s signature program, The World Changers, is for young people ages 10 - 24 of various academic levels, demographics, and living in Halifax, Warren, Nash, Edgecombe, Wilson and Northampton Counties. Areas which suffers from health disparities and disproportionate systems of care & resources.

Some of the World Changers’ first projects were community garden plots at farmers market, state youth trainings, and launching a Summer Fitness Program for Teens. The young people drives the passion and mission of ABC2’s work.

Donate to the our World Changers program because the youth needs support and access to resources to Change The World One Community At A Time!
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