“Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta” Premiere [Red Carpet Event]

    What’s up ya’ll! I’m back at it again with exclusive footage from the “Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta” premiere red carpet event on Oct.2 at the Tongue & Groove.   Yes, ladies and gents, CeeSoDope was in the building and got a chance to speak with some of the stars from the

Recap Friday: Real Housewives of Atlanta Cast Member, Shamea Morton Celebrates Baby Shower

    So, usually every Friday, I do a Flashback Friday. However, I wanted to switch it up just a bit.   Today's Flashback Friday will be a Recap Friday. On Sunday, Sep.30, Real Housewives of Atlanta's very own Shamea Morton- Mwangi celebrated her baby shower at the Four Seasons Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia.   The

CeeSoDope Takes Over ONE Musicfest

    ONE Musicfest dominated the city of Atlanta on Sep.8-9 with amazing performances from artists of various genres such as Nas, T.I., Monica, Keri Hilson, Big K.R.I.T., and more. CeeSoDope had a blast at the 2-day festival and had a chance to interview artists and attendees.   Check out the dope footage of

Everyday They Hustling: Castmates Yonathan Elias & Jo’Vonne “Javi Renee” Collier Talk T.I.’s “The Grand Hustle”

    There is no secret that T.I. is the ultimate hustler. The Atlanta native has been able to be more than just a rapper and has built a grand empire.   T.I.P. is the founder of Grand Hustle Records and is now looking for one of the lucky 16 contestants on his 12-episode

Nicki Minaj Review: Could Her Outbursts Be The Beginning of The End?

  Photo: UPI.com   Nicki Minaj has undoubtedly reign supreme as the Queen of rap for the past decade.   However, it seems as though that she is falling to a great demise with her recent tirade on Twitter attacking Travis Scott, Kylie Jenner, baby Stormi Webster, and the list goes on.   Minaj even seems to have

The South Been Had Something to Say

    Photo: Datrick Davis for ONE Musicfest   "Atlanta has been called the new Motown of the South...and is the home of LaFace Records and Organized Noize Productions.”-OutKast   Welcome to Atlanta! The city where opportunities are endless. For aspiring creatives and musicians, Atlanta seems like an open door to the entire entertainment industry. For rappers,

Spike Lee & John David Washington dishes on ‘BlacKkKlansman’

    Spike Lee’s critically acclaimed film, BlacKkKlansman hit theaters Friday, Aug.10. BlacKkKlansman is based on the life of the first black detective in the Colorado Springs Police Department, Ron Stallworth.   Stallworth infiltrated the local chapter of the Ku Klux Klan and even became the leader of the local chapter. The film illustrates Stallworth

Marjuan Canady & Nabeeh Bilal celebrates Gullah culture with new children’s book

    Photo: @Protopromo Instagram   “The Callaloo media brand is providing children of color a place where they can take pride in themselves and learn about African diaspora storytelling and culture uniquely.”- Marjuan Canady   Washington, DC duo Marjuan Canady, and Nabeeh Bilal break the glass ceiling for children books dedicated to people of color.   Wanting

Nia Chantal (The Fearless Millennial) Makes Her Mark In Atlanta’s Prospering Media and Entertainment Market

    Photo: @Keeek101 Instagram   Atlanta is evolving into the hub for all things media and entertainment. With reality shows, the majority of Black Panther filmed in Atlanta at Tyler Perry Studios, and some of the hottest artists coming out of the city, it’s no surprise that Atlanta is being coined as “Black