Author: Reg The Ruler

Ryan Coogler and the cast of Black Panther Wakanda Forever bear the weight of the unenviable task of of honoring their fallen brother Chadwick Boseman and building a movie that exceeds the expectation of the original film. There is so much to unpack in this movie in a relatively short timeframe. Chadwick Boseman’s passing is priority on the list in figuring out how to pay tribute to the man at the center of this franchise. Then weaving in the constraints of the MCU, by introducing not only a new character in Namor, but an entire underwater world that has yet…

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DJ Superstar Jay stopped by Sway In The Morning with Heddrick McBride to talk about his new children’s book and his new energy drink.the Sirius XM Shade 45 DJ is creating a cross-over between hip-hop and health with the supplement company BPI Sports. He also is engaging in the world of publishing with his first children’s book. Check out the conversation below. This colorful book tells the story of a young man who wants to pursue his dream of being a famous DJ. He faces bullying and a lack of confidence to accomplish his goals. His successful uncle gives him…

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Showtime Sports Documentary Films is putting together a cinematic telling of the extraordinary life of Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf, entitled “Stand.” An inspirational tale filled with stories and interviews from his basketball days to now, this documentary feature debuts in early 2023. Get ready for an immersive journey through one man’s evolution! “Stand” takes us on a powerful journey with Abdul-Rauf, exploring his struggles from childhood bullying due to Tourette’s syndrome right up to hate speech and Islamophobia tainting his basketball career. Featuring an all star cast of interviews including Stephen Curry, Steve Kerr, Shaquille O’Neal, Jalen Rose, Mahershala Ali and Ice…

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Marvel Cinematic Universe fans are in for a treat: Jonathan Majors, recognizable from works like Da 5 Bloods and Lovecraft Country, will be playing the iconic villain Kang the Conqueror. Brian Gay – executive producer of Ant-Man & The Wasp: Quantumania – affirms that Majors is bringing his best to this role. His experience promises to make superbly entertaining viewing as he brings an “incredible presence” into Marvel’s blockbuster movie series! “Jonathan is a phenomenal actor and comes in prepared and so thoughtful,” – Brian Gay Marvel fans have been eagerly awaiting the return of Majors, who first appeared as…

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Tyler James Williams as grown up right in front of our eyes. He went from a little kid on Everybody Hates Chris, to now as the man on Abbott Elementary. He stopped by Sway In The Morning to talk about season 2, dealing with success and family. And staying true to form he dropped some bars on the GloRilla and Cardi B “Tomorrow 2” beat. Watch the full interview below.

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The Ghetto Gastro team of Jon Gray, Pierre Serrao and Lester Walker have been innovating the kitchen for the last 10 years. From curating diners to partnering on products, their style has elevated the culture and brands like no other. And now they have released a new book to compliment it all. ‘Black Power Kitchen’ is a cookbook like no other. Created with big Bronx energy, it combines 75 mostly plant-based, layered-with-flavor recipes with immersive storytelling, diverse voices, and striking images and photographs that celebrate Black food and Black culture, and inspire larger conversations about race, history, food inequality, and…

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All-American Season 5 is back! In episode one titled “Ludacrismas,” “With everyone on holiday break, Spencer decides to throw an epic Christmas party as an excuse to bring him and Olivia closer; Jordan gets news about his hand, but he isn’t sure what to do; Coop feels replaced when Laura makes a change in the office.” Daniel Ezra who plays Spencer James, stopped by Sway In The Morning to talk about the new season and much more. Watch the full interview below With the first episode, season 5 is off to a rough start for the cast and it’s only…

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New Jersey has contributed a lot to the origins and growth of hip-hop with some of the biggest names coming out of the Garden State. It is undisputed that hip-hop was born in the Bronx, but when it comes to commercial success the first to achieve that accolade were from Dirty Jerz. The Sugarhill Gang’s “Rapper’s Delight,” was the biggest commercial record at the time, and those NJ natives set off a ripple affect that is felt today. Hip-Hop documentarian and fellow NJ native, Ray Landski put together one of the illest hip-Hop documentaries, highlighting a handful of jersey’s biggest…

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