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The Live By Terrence Network's 2nd Appearance on TMZ Live

The Live By Terrence Network made an appearance on TMZ Live 
on 2/11/2016 from 
Tee Recx aka caller Terrence from (Valley, AL)
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The Live By Terrence Network is growing the brand by doing commentary with the world famous TMZ Live show. Be sure to check us out with more commentary on future TMZ Live shows at
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The Live By Terrence Network's 1st Appearance on TMZ Live

The Live By Terrence Network made an appearance on TMZ Live 
on 1/29/2016 at the 39:50 video mark from 
Tee Recx aka caller Terrence from (Valley, AL)
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The Live By Terrence Network is growing the brand by doing commentary with the world famous TMZ Live show. Be sure to check us out with more commentary on future TMZ Live shows at
Tee Recx, Host of King Of Underground Media

The Super Bowl Weekend That Was 2/9/2016

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The weekend that was in sports for me shall I say, a mixed bag. 

The unpredictability of College Basketball rears its rather nice and well-needed head. No. 1 Oklahoma got exposed in some areas as the Sooners lost to K-State 80-69, about 35-40 mins later No. 2 North Carolina lost to Notre Dame. Wow, what a year for college sports.

The Golden State Warriors just all but wrapped up a 1 seed Saturday night with a win over the Thunder. Dub Nation is definitely a buzz. Wonder what the atmosphere will be like when they move to the now named Chase Center in San Francisco.
The UFC had a rather uneventful, yet very eventful pay-per view card that went to a revised pay-per view to being a free card on FS1 (still with me or do I need to go over it again? Ok, here goes... just kidding.)

Quick rundown, the co-main was so much of a bore that I thought I was watching Bellator.

Joseph Benevidez just solidified himself as next in line for Demetrious "Mighty Mouse" Johnson for the flyweight championship.

Other winners on this card include Ovince St. Preux, heavy handed heavyweight Derrick Lewis, Josh Burkman and 40 year old, Joe Dirt look-a-like Mike Pyle.

The biggest winners of the night were Mickey Gall and Stephen "Wonderboy" Thompson.
Mickey Gall, who won via submission was granted his golden ticket and will face former WWE wrestler CM Punk, more than likely at UFC 200.

Stephen "Wonderboy" Thompson looked, well, wonderful in his fight against Johny "Bigg Rigg" Hendricks. Used his superior stand-up and world class kickboxing in making the "Bigg Rigg" run more like a 3-cylinder Geo Metro.
Now, on to Sunday, while I didnt have a dog in the race last night. The national anthem was amazingly sung by Lady Gaga, but why did she wear those heels, my dogs started barking and I had on flip-flops, yet I digress.
I did predict Carolina would win, they didnt. Cam Newton put the weight of the world on his shoulders and didn't play like the Cam Newton that won the NFL MVP. He also didnt help matters any by walking off during the post-game press conference.

Von Miller had a rather eventful day, 2.5 sacks and two forced fumbles and that Pey-Pey Manning guy finally got a 2nd Super Bowl ring.
As for the Halftime show, I wasn't overly impressed even though I do like Coldplay and Bruno Mars, but did anyone else thought Beyonce was going to have a flashback to Michael Jackson with that equipment she had on or MC Hammer was going to come out and sing "Pumps and a Bump" or "Cant touch this" the way Bruno Mars was dressed. Yet I digress again, but all in all it was a good weekend in sports. This weekend on the Tailgate Crew, we will do a special Valentine's day show, special shout outs to the special lad or lass in your life as well as talk about NBA All-Star Saturday night as well as Sunday's all star game. As always, Let's Go Tailgatin'.

Jermaine Houston, Host of The Tailgate Crew Show 

Blog Of The Weekend That Was In Sports 2/1/2016

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Let's see where to begin, the weekend in sports was jammed packed full of NHL All-Star festivities in Nashville, boxing in Montreal, UFC in Newark and the SEC-Big12 Challenge around the Midwest and Southeast.

I don't know where to start... First off, I will say Buddy Hield and Ben Simmons put on a show in Baton Rouge but it was Oklahoma beating LSU.

Meanwhile, a clash of college basketball royalties happened at Allen Fieldhouse as Kentucky visited Kansas and it did not disappoint at all as the Jayhawks outlasted the Wildcats in overtime.

Meanwhile, the UFC gave us another great night of free fights where Sage Northcutt didnt look so "Super" as his nickname indicates, he got beat. But he will be back, hes only 19, guys. Ben Rothwell solidified his top 5 ranking and possible next in line for a title shot after solving the riddle of the "Warmaster" Josh Barnett. The main event wasnt much of a main event as Anthony "Rumble" Johnson put Ryan Bader to sleep in their battle. Bader came into that fight with a two-year winning streak... needless to say, that went beddy-bye.

Later that Saturday night, Sergey Kovalev systematically and in destructive fashion beat Jean Pascal. Teaches Pascal a lesson that you don't accuse a Russian of being a racist, especially when he has a black trainer. Bad move, Jean, bad move.

I also love the fact that Kovalev called Adonis "superman" Stevenson, Adonis "Chickenson", EPIC and said in broken english as well.

The NHL All-Star game looked like a version of the old video game, NFL Blitz on ice. Give me 5 on 5 hockey and I will be ok and note to the NHL Board of Directors, you made a big mistake by extending Gary Bettman's contract. Two years from now, there will be another NHL work stoppage and it will be his fault.

Speaking of incompotence, The NFL Pro Bowl is yet again pointless and drafting teams where teammates are playing teammates is like telling a cow to meow. What possible person said that this was a good idea? Anyway...

All in all, it was a good weekend for sports. This week on the Tailgate Crew, A review of National Signing Day, preview the UFC on FS1 card this coming Saturday, plus much more.

Jermaine Houston, Host of The Tailgate Crew Show

Ray J "Curtains Closed" - Beautiful New Single!

As debuted on Bossip today, Ray J brings us some joy with "Curtains Closed", an amazing ballad that speaks to the evolution of his love, life and happiness. This song available on iTunes, Google Play and Amazon today via KnockOut Entertainment and BMB Entertainment.

"Curtains Closed" on AudioMack

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Silk Performs Live During Labor Day Weekend 2015

September 9. 2015 - Silk made their presence felt at the Silk Live In Concert event featuring Comedian Mario Tory, Established, and sounds by DJ Holleywood. It was so awesome and great to hear great R&B music again especially live and in person with these guys. They brought the 90s swag and music that propelled them to become a platinum selling group. Salute Silk, Mario Tory, DJ Holleywood, Established, Kee Dawson, and DJ Ice Myke for all the hard work for putting together such at great night out in Opelika, Alabama. Video of their Meeting In The Bedroom performance is below. More to come...

DJ Paul of Three 6 Mafia Joins Brewski on "Superman RMX"

DJ Paul of Three 6 Mafia teams with Chicago rapper Brewski in this new visual for the "Superman RMX", which also features lyrcist Brody Price. The original version of this Louis Lando-produced track appears on Brewski's The Confidence LP, which is available now on all digital outlets.

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Live Look at Daniel Brooks | @dbrooks_music

Valley, Alabama musician Daniel Brooks got his musical start as the bass player for a local cover band, Fifth Element in 2003, where he cut his teeth playing many bars and private parties. In 2006, while in college in Troy, Alabama, he met a fellow musician and formed the duo Stoned Cold Happiness. Stoned Cold Happiness would continue to play weekly around the local music scene until 2008. In 2009 Daniel would begin to venture into solo music, focusing on honing his skills on the acoustic guitar. In 2012, by happenstance of a late night jam session, Daniel and fellow musician Brett McDaniel laid the groundwork for Daniel & McDaniel, an Americana-Folk inspired acoustic duo. In early 2015, Daniel and Robbie Sellers formed the duo Pell Avenue and are currently working on their first album while playing the Southeast. Currently Daniel is also working on a rock/county acoustic duo with his brother, former lead singer of Fifth Element, MarDe Brooks under the name Brooks. Be on the lookout for Daniel as his music career progresses. Check out his interview with #KingOfUndergroundMedia below.

Live Look at Jimmy ValenTime The Spectacular Now | @jimmyvalentime

Artist: Jimmy ValenTime
Genre: Hip Hop
Location: Bronx, NY
Free Single: "The Spectacular Now":
off the new Album: "Better Luck Tomorrow"
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Twitter: @jimmyvalentime @IStillLoveHER
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Better Luck Tomorrow is Jimmy ValenTime's sophomore album and it shows both his growth as an artist and person. The songs capture the dark side of living the fast life in New York City. Jimmy adds, "The album is about all the different women, who have affected me in the last few years."

The album explores a more mature subject matter than his 2011 debut Life in Amazin Times. Better Luck Tomorrow is about living with the choices you make and learning some things will not change. The album is also about finding the strength to be the best person you can be regardless of circumstance. Jimmy explains “This album is me with all my influences distilled in to my own life. There's a big shift between the two albums, before you could hear me copy my influences like Common or Nas, now you hear me talk about the things that matter to me.”

Lead Single "Bad Decisions" details the way two people react to a causal hook up that leaves the both of them empty. Jimmy explains “I wrote the song for a real person, somebody I was friends with that always seemed to make the wrong choices. She was a sweet girl, but always on the verge of self-destruction. I tried to imagine what cause her to be the way she was.” Spring single "Dancin" (On a Pole) again captured a real moment in Jimmy Valentime's life , using his trademark humor to describe a strip club from a regular guys prospective. Jimmy says the song is “about me going to a strip club and a woman trying to put all her troubles on my shoulder. At a certain point I had to cut her off and be like ‘this isn’t what I came here for"

Jimmy Valentime 2011 single and tribute to Nas "Take It in Blood" gets a remastering and is finally available for sale. Jimmy was able to get the blessing of his idol Nas record label Columbia to clear the record in time for the album. Jimmy adds “It's an honor to include this cover on my album and I feel it lets people see where I came from and who I was inspired by.” “Movin On” originally from The Lost Angel’s debut “Together, We Stand Alone” gets remade as a solo song and chronicles the aftermath of Jimmy’s best friend losing his mother in a car accident.

“The Spectacular Now” is the new single for Better Luck Tomorrow with production by Willie Green who has produced for and worked with Billy Woods and Wiz Khalifa. “The Spectacular Now” is a lyrical exercise as jimmy mocks rappers who can’t rhyme and use gimmicks and social media to get popular. The track is being offer as a free download till May 25th to celebrate the launch of the album.

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About Jimmy ValenTime:

Jimmy ValenTime was born and raised in the South Bronx to a Latina mother and European father. Jimmy ValenTime is a fixture of the in New York City Underground having been featured in XXL and on NBC (CH 4-NY) and He has received over 50,000 online music plays over the course of his career. Jimmy ValenTime has worked with and collaborated with such diverse artist as Static Selektah, French Montana, and Hot Rod (G-unit). Jimmy Valentime has had his records broadcast in markets such as Germany, New Zealand, and Japan.

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