I'll be on tumblr all day just in case I leave tomorrow!

I might go to Leesville, LA. with my uncle to pick up my aunt and there’s no computers for me to get on. Well, at my Uncle Charles house but he’s mean and there’s no use in bringing my wifi connector to even try to using my phone’s internet because the service is super low in that country town =[

But I still love going there lol

anonymous asked:

3 kids at my schools middle school division got expelled for going on a racist rant, filming it, and putting it on Instagram. The school is now on the local news and people are afraid it'll become national. Just look up Leesville Road Middle.

holy shit it’s real

Today in Black Music History for June 4th

1941 - American rhythm and blues and country music singer Linda Martell is born Thelma Bynem in Leesville, South Carolina. Martell would be the first African-American woman to perform at the Grand Ole Opry

1945 - Leroy Hutson, the former lead singer of The Impressions and a successful solo artist is born in Newark, New Jersey

1984 - Capitol Records releases Tina Turner’s “What’s Love Got to Do With It”, the title song from the biographical film of Turner’s life, as a single in the United Kingdom from Turner’s “Private Dancer” album

1996 - Death Row Records releases Tupac Shakur’s “How Do U Want It” as a Double A-side single along with “California Love”. The songs would reach the top of Billboard’s Hot 100

1996 - “Friday”, the soundtrack album for the 1995 comedy film “Friday” is certified 2x platinum with sales of over 2 million units.

2004 - Gospel music star Andrae Crouch, receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The star is located at 6520 Hollywood Blvd. near the corner of Hollywood and Wilcox


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