‘I’m open to buy,’ Master P pushes to open grocery store in New Orleans, add diversity to the industry

“I think it’s about economic empowerment. It’s what we learned from this whole thing is why are we not owning these grocery stores in our community, people that look like us? How come we don’t own any stores? And I think this is an opportunity to put some diversity in the grocery store. I just think that it’s time for us to change that narrative to add some balance and some diversity in this game. That way, we could feed more families in our communities, we could give more jobs and opportunities. And I think that we can all bridge that gap,” Miller said.

Mona Scott-Young loves New Orleans: Treme’ Sidewalk Steppers 2020 SHE-KING

This weekend Mona Scott-Young who is not a New Orleanian will celebrate with us just as our ancestors did in a traditional New Orleans SecondLine! We have waved at countless celebrities as they rode up high on Mardi Gras floats down the wealthiest streets in the city; celebrities have waved to us from their guarded Bourbon Street balconies. But this is a first that a celebrity, except for those who are NOLA born and raised to take to the streets with us in our community.

When did you fall in love with HipHop? I fell in love with Hiphop when the beat of New Orleans called for Me

There are days when I’m confronted with the heartbreaking fact that my people, native New Orleanians are in search of our very own music in our soul. The heartbeat, the soul of New Orleans plays a tune soft and quiet playing in sync with your heartbeat. What I have found is that many New Orleanians need to see the music, see the beat, see the horn, the drum, the speaker that produces the sound or else they are sure if it’s what they are hearing.