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BNE started their music career on the street team for Def Jam/JMJ. They then began performing with Queen Latifah, Run DMC and Fat Joe. They promoted clubs such as Aurora, Sanctuary, Vertigo and The Rack in Boston. After flirting with a deal with Jive records, BNE left the entertainment dream to handle personal matters.
2010 - Nox Beatz (producer) brought them back together to put out a project. While recording the D&C, BNE performed with DMX, Maino, Jada Kiss, Mr Cheeks and others. With the release of their first self distributed album, they have already created a serious buzz. Their followers respect their classic Hip-Hop style.
Brolick and B.L.I. will also surprise you with roles in the movies "Company Men" (Ben Affleck, Kevin Kostner & Tommy Lee Jones) "The Fighter" (Christian Beale & Mark Wahlberg), "What's Your Number" (Ana Faris & Chris Evans) and independent films, including "Fake This" (2013) written by them!
Is it right for women to call men “hun”, if men can't call woman “boo”?
These name calling terms have been a topic of debate for many years. Mainly from urban dialect, the sweet names we call the other sex may or may not offend everyone, but its worth looking into.
“Hey boo, how you doin today?” says the man “Don’t call me boo, I hate when dudes say that!” replies the woman. “Oh sorry ma, I didn’t mean it in a disrespectful way. Why does that offend you?” he asks “Cuz, I have a name and that what I like to be called, plus you're not my man”.
A generic, but all so real conversation amongst “urban” or “hip” people between the ages of 18-45 in the United States of America. Some women feel as though you are degrading or undermining their status, relationship or character. But what does it really mean?
When a man calls a girl; “boo”, “ma”, “miss” or “love”, MOST of the time, he means that as a complement. Although there are some men who may extend this gesture out of context or who may present this in a rude fashion, the underlying meaning is to show interest in a person or to persuade conversation. It could also be based on race, for example, latina women are more proned to be called "mami" than any other race of women.
This is a little different from how women use the term “hun”, “sweety” etc. They use this loosely as meaning a man who has their respect and/or completely platonic. Most older women, especially from the Southern part of North America will use this term for both men and women as a way of speaking. "Hey hun, pass me that." or "Honey, your hair looks great".
So the next time a man calls you “boo”, “love”, “ma”, don’t take it personal as if he’s trying to “get with you”, that just may be his swag. And if a women calls you "hun", dont assume that she wants you....
And women, if anyone calls you a Bitch, take is as:
BITCH – Beautiful Intellectual That Causes Hard-ons……
"Don't Jus Talk...Say Sumthin"
Here we go again...the talk of Apocalypse 2012.
Will it be: 1. The erruption of yellowstone park and its many geysers causing a volcanic winter across most the west coast? 2. The war of all wars that would involve nuclear missles, from some of the many contries that were supposed to destroy these weapons of mass destruction.
The ancient Mayans "Mesoamerican Long Count calendar" ,predicted that Dec. 21, 2012, marks the end of a 5,126-year era. Some would interpret this as the "true balance between Divine Feminine and Masculine". Others would say its the "change in the nature of consciousness," assisted by indigenous insights and psychedelic drug use.
Its up to you whether you believe humanity is creating its own ecological disasters and desperately needs ancient indigenous wisdom. Or do you think we have to connect with "Mother Earth" in order to redeem ourselves and ask of her forgiveness in neglected her land for our materialistic sins.
Do you look to the Bible, Koran or Torah for answers to the "new world order"? If so, are you interpreting the writings correctly?
What we all need to understand (since we did not help write the Mayan calendar or teachings) is, for the ancient Maya, it was a huge celebration to make it to the end of a whole cycle. To render Dec. 21, 2012, as a doomsday or moment of cosmic shifting, can be "a complete fabrication and a chance for a lot of people to cash in." (i.e. Mel Gibsons "Apocalpyto" or Roland Emmerich's "2012)
Part of the 2012 mystique stems from the stars. On the winter solstice in 2012, the sun will be aligned with the center of the Milky Way for the first time in about 26,000 years. This means that "whatever energy typically streams to Earth from the center of the Milky Way will indeed be disrupted on 12/21/12 at 11:11 p.m. - BUT, there is no knowledge or record that can prove the world will end at this point.
i think we can all agree that individuals and the media are making use of the Maya past to fulfill agendas that are really their own.
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