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Formerly known as Rhema Soul member K-Nuff, Konata Small re-emerges with "Hold Some," the opening track from his forthcoming solo debut, Est. 1997, to be released on RMG Amplify in partnership with Good City Music. On the song, Konata opens up about his transition to becoming a solo artist, rapping, "Guess I was a problem now I ain't / ‘Cause ain't nobody checking me / Was standing in the middle of my circle / Now I'm standing alone / Man it's deep."Konata admits "Hold Some" was the first song he wrote in studio alone. "Sometimes, God wants us to be alone to get our attention just to show us that we are actually not alone," he says. "'Hold Some,' was written during that type of season."Produced by Al Cres, the song buzzes with moog synths and peaks with the energy of a hip hop-inspired, action movie theme score as Konata conveys his commitment to elevate hip hop's lyrical content.Konata has…See More
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Formerly known as Rhema Soul member K-Nuff, Konata Small re-emerges with "Hold Some," the opening track from his forthcoming solo debut, Est. 1997, to be released on RMG Amplify in partnership with Good City Music. On the song, Konata opens up about his transition to becoming a solo artist, rapping, "Guess I was a problem now I ain't / ‘Cause ain't nobody checking me / Was standing in the middle of my circle / Now I'm standing alone / Man it's deep."Konata admits "Hold Some" was the first song he wrote in studio alone. "Sometimes, God wants us to be alone to get our attention just to show us that we are actually not alone," he says. "'Hold Some,' was written during that type of season."Produced by Al Cres, the song buzzes with moog synths and peaks with the energy of a hip hop-inspired, action movie theme score as Konata conveys his commitment to elevate hip hop's lyrical content.Konata has…See More
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LAKERS’ PRESIDENT JEANIE BUSS TALKS LONZO, LAVAR & MAGIC

It’s been about eight months since Lakers’ controlling owner and President Jeanie Buss took full control of the storied franchise. A lot has happened since then, including snagging  Lonzo Ball in the draft- and his father LaVar by default – plus the hiring of the Showtime era legend Magic Johnson. This week at the espnW Women + Sports Summit, Jeanie shared her experience as one of the most powerful women in sports, plus her thoughts on Lonzo, LaVar and Magic.

On drafting LA area native Lonzo Ball:

I can’t remember anybody with more hype going into the draft except for Magic Johnson. Now we have a kid, born and raised in Los Angeles, and that’s exciting for our fans, and for us, to know that we have someone that really represents the city. It seemed like I was watching a movie. It was really special and a great opportunity for him and us.

Her thoughts on Lavar Ball:

The day of the press conference after the draft, we flew them back to LA so I got to meet him in my office face to face. He’s a dad who loves his children, and I have to admire that. It’s a joy to work with him and his family. But I won’t be wearing Big Baller Brand because I have to stay neutral.

Jeanie and Magic Johnson have been close since the Lakers drafted him. Their relationship is like that of brother and sister. She discussed why it was a no-brainer to bring Magic into an executive position with the Lakers.

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