Is a comprehensive weekly online entertainment newsletter which focuses on topics in music entertainment, health & fitnessas wellas social newsfromaround the world. The goalof Street Chronicles is provide our reader with newsand information that is both entertainingand educational. Each week we will provide the latest newsand informationas well exclusive interviews with someof today's hottest independent/national recordingartists in the industry. Inaddition, we will provide informative news that will benefit our readers in health, fitnessand social news tips. We invite you to leave your comments in our Street Blog segment.
A Man on a Mission with a Vision!
Every now and then I am reminded of what made me fall in love with Hip-Hop. It's dope lyrics over tight beats with a message from the ghettos and streets. It's the struggle, the sacrifice and stories of those that paid the price or gave their life. It's the mood be good or rude. That's what comes to mind when you hear the inspiring music of Rap/Hip-Hop recording artist, DoughskiG!
For many years DoughskiG has dropped hits such as "She Bad". His music has touched people from all walks of life. With songs such as "My Life", "Boomin Out Tha Apartment", "Neva Change" and "Doe Doe", his music has been a voice for the everyday of society and "have nots" life has forgotten. And now this rap extraordinaire has created one of his greatest works. The upcoming "21 GRAMS" album is definitely one of the best independent album of today.
Don't forget to cop this truly remarkable album dropping December 2012. Also, buy it on Amazon.com or ITunes.com. @DoughskiG on Twitter.
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Health & Fitness
In recent studies doctors are alarmed at the fast-rising increase of obesity among the African-American population in this country. In particular around many of the southern states (i.e. Texas, Alabama, Louisiana, etc.). This has beem mainly due to poor dieting, lack of exercise and mental/emotional stress.
However, there are many programs and avenues one can take to prevent having an unhealthy lifestyle and habits. Many African-Americans are simply not concerned with their health unitl it becomes a health issue. Because of this, many African-American continue to practice unhealthy dietary habits and traditions passed down from generation to generation such as the consumption of greasy foods, pork and excessive amounts of red meat. In addition, of the ones that do exercise, many of them do it for moreso their image than health. Although over the past few years, many African-Americans have turned away from the shallow ideologies of just having an external look. Many have become more health-conscious and strive for a more positive and overall healthy lifestyle. Here are a few tips to help you discover the "fitness guru" in you!
a) to burn fat – work aerobically, high-impact cardio (i.e. Jogging, Cylcing)
b) to train for power and speed – a sports specific workout (i.e. Boxing, MMA)
c) to reduce stress – a more meditative – stretch oriented workouts (i.e. Yoga)
d) overall fitness – a bit of eachof the above goals. (i.e. Cross-Training)
Once you have decided on your workout goal it is then important to assess what you have to work with in your given environment. A few general assumptions can always be applied no matter what your geography.
President Barak Obama!
Congratulations to President Barak Obama! With faith in GOD, determination in our heart united hand in hand...Yes We Can...Yes We Have...and Yes We Will Again!
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