Cam Newton has been very vocal on social media since the announcement that the Patriots has signed the Free Agent to a 1 year contract. Determined to prove to Carolina they really lost a really good dude Cam has made several videos expressing some pint up agression.
However, rarely has Cam neglected opportunity to pay it forward when it comes to kind deeds especially when a child is involved. Recently, in the midst of all the hoopla at the “Peak of his career the NFL quaterback Cam Newton heard a 10 year old boy had spent Christmas fighting a serious heart condition.
Two days later on his day off, he chartered a flight and flew out to surprise him. This is what happened when they met.
At the peak of his career, NFL quarterback Cam Newton heard a 10-year old boy had spent Christmas fighting a serious heart condition.
Two days later, on his day off, he chartered a flight and flew out to surprise him.
These twitter comments really speak volume on how Cam’s fans really feel about him and the people who really know who Cam Newton is and what he stands for are not surprised at this good deed.
Fun Fact. Did you know that Cam’s Newton’s dad’s church is in Newnan, GA and Cam is often spotted in Fairburn at the local Cracker Barrell on Senoia Rd? It’s also not unlikely to spot Cam working out near Camp Creek. It’s not a good idea to prejudge Icons and NFL star like Cam Newton based on blogs and media reviews rather than knowing the side of their heart.
What are your thoughts? Did you always know that Cam Newton was a stand up kind of dude or did you get caught up with the media’s portrayal of Cam being a selfish know it all Diva?
The late (Gospel Gangstaz) Mr. Solo and Nuwine released one of their final songs today June 5, 2020; recorded days before Mr. Solo passed away. The new single featuring Mr Solo and Nuwine is titled “Daddy” off their upcoming album ‘Problem Solved’.
Mr. Solo & Nuwine’s powerful track with a timely message as the entire nation is scratching for answers while desperately protesting for equality and civil rights. The single is available on itunes, apple music,spotify and all streaming platforms.
Check out the new single and YouTube video and drop a line in the comments.
One of the Producer’s Channel’s favorite television music series is TV ONE’s UNSUNG. Season 14 in “my opinion” has been one of the most epic seasons by far. Goodie Mobb fans really turned up on show night and turned out according to the numbers. The city of “Atlanta” has been on the forefront of conversation during this pandemic and finally it wasn’t due to anything having to do with the words “Coronavirus” or “COVID19”.
According to a recent Press Release by put out by the TV ONE “Dru Hill” actually led the numbers with 805k Unique viewers on premiere night. Check out the Press Release:
Network Season 14 of TV One’s award-winning documentary series UNSUNG delivered a combined reach of 5.7MM unique viewers P2+ during its premiere run. Additionally, UNSUNG was the #1 series on Cable, 2020-to-date, in the 10 p.m. timeslot among African American Households: P25-54 and P2+.*
UNSUNG celebrates the lives of trailblazing musicians whose full stories and journeys have yet to be explored. Through first-hand accounts, interviews with family and friends, and archival footage, each episode weaves a tale of the highs and lows of a life in the limelight.
The premiere episode on February 23 featured Dru Hill and reached 805K Unique Viewers 2+ on its premiere night. Competitively, UNSUNG “Dru Hill” was the #1 cable telecast in its timeslot among African Americans: P25-54, and the #4 primetime cable telecast for the full weekend among African Americans: P/W25-54 and African Americans: P/W18-49.
This season highlighted the memorable stories of influential artists including rap’s first female star MC Roxanne Shante; singer/actor Christopher Williams; funk and disco band Skyy; the “Mother of Freestyle” Shannon; Grammy Award-winning crooner behind the 1972 number one single “Me and Mrs. Jones,” Billy Paul; vocal powerhouse Betty Wright, best known for the 70s hit single “Clean Up Woman;” multi-Grammy Award-winning musician Al Jarreau; and Atlanta hip hop quartet Goodie Mob.
Lifetime TV premered ” A Question of Faith” on April 12th Easter Sunday. Although the movie debuted in theaters in 2017 the film’s subject matter is very timely amid these pandemic times. At the time of production Angela White held the designation as the first faith-based film produced by a female African American producer, White, a veteran producer of Silver Lining Entertainment is certainly no stranger to knowing what it takes to produce a great movie.
“A QUESTION OF FAITH” portrays the struggle of three families of differing ethnicities as they seek to answer difficult questions about struggles taking place in their individual lives. One viewer exclaimed “It’s one of the best faith-based films I have seen, A QUESTION OF FAITH brings three different families together through a tragic accident stemming from texting and driving. A pastor and his family wrestle with God’s plan for their lives. A mother and daughter struggle to find faith. And a couple desperately seeks a way to save their child. All of their lives converge as the question of each person’s faith plays out and they come to discover God’s love, mercy, grace, and forgiveness.
The film was appropriate for the whole family and for both Christians and non-believers, has an amazing cast, including Richard T. Jones (“Hawaii Five 0”) (“Girlfriends”) (“Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married,” “Judging Amy”), Kim Fields (“Living Single”) (“Facts of Life”), C. Thomas Howell (“Criminal Minds”) (“Animal Kingdom”)(“The Amazing Spiderman,” “E.T.”), Gregory Alan Williams (“Greenleaf,” “All Saints”), Jaci Velasquez (“I’m Not Ashamed,” Platinum Christian Recording Artist), T.C. Stallings (“War Room,” “Courageous”), Donna Biscoe, Amber Nelon Thompson, Karen Valero and Marliss Amiea.
The Producer’s Channel had a chance to interview Angela White and get answers to a few questions related to the challenges of being a female film producer. Stay tuned Q & A to be posted soon.
All the talk of Corvid 19 cannot erase memories of the past great events that have taken place in Atlanta. The participation from the vendors, natural hair product curators and best of all the hair braiding competition. Shout out to Afrolicious Founder Rhonda Thompson of West Los Angeles, Check out the gallery