The Oracle Magazine is a Hip-Hop magazine and Social Community with industry news, music, videos, photos, Health Tips,discussions and more!

Please Contact Us At

                  Call or Text: 424-644-9089
             Email: Theoraclemag@gmail.com

Daily Devotional

Latest Activity

Prince Malachi The First's 5 blog posts were featured
1 hour ago
Prince Malachi The First posted blog posts
1 hour ago
Prince Malachi The First's 6 videos were featured
2 hours ago
Prince Malachi The First posted videos
2 hours ago
Prince Malachi The First commented on Prince Malachi The First's blog post How To Improve Yourself & Help Others Part 6: Boost Self Confidence And Reach Your Dreams
"Thanks brother"
7 hours ago
Heaven's Disciples commented on Prince Malachi The First's blog post How To Improve Yourself & Help Others Part 6: Boost Self Confidence And Reach Your Dreams
"Great infographic and great advice for self-confidence and goal achievement!"
7 hours ago
Prince Malachi The First's 2 blog posts were featured
yesterday
Prince Malachi The First posted blog posts
yesterday
Heaven's Disciples liked Prince Malachi The First's blog post How To Improve Yourself & Help Others Part 6: Boost Self Confidence And Reach Your Dreams
yesterday
Prince Malachi The First's blog post was featured

Former Rhema Soul member Konata Small releases visual for "Hold Some"

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
Sunday
Prince Malachi The First posted a blog post

Former Rhema Soul member Konata Small releases visual for "Hold Some"

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
Sunday
Tammy walker liked Prince Malachi The First's blog post Chicago Bears Mike Ditka Apologizes For Saying There Has Been No Racial Oppression in the Last 100 Years
Saturday
Tammy walker liked Prince Malachi The First's blog post NAACP Tells Jerry Jones: Benching Players for Protesting Anthem Violates Rights
Saturday
Tammy walker liked Prince Malachi The First's blog post Tyler Perry Chosen to Play Colin Powell In New Film
Saturday
Prince Malachi The First's 5 videos were featured
Saturday
Prince Malachi The First posted videos
Saturday
Prince Malachi The First's 2 blog posts were featured
Friday
Prince Malachi The First posted blog posts
Friday
Prince Malachi The First's 7 blog posts were featured
Thursday
Prince Malachi The First posted blog posts
Thursday

Look for THE ORACLE On Facebook and Twitter!

Birthdays

Birthdays Tomorrow

Events

Jemele Hill Suspended Two Weeks By ESPN For Tweet about Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones

ESPN host Jemele Hill doesn’t mince words. First, she calls President Donald Trump a “white supremacist” on her Twitter account. That comment prompted White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders to say during a briefing that her comments about Trump were “a fireable offense by ESPN.”

Hill apologized in September saying, “My comments on Twitter expressed my personal beliefs. My regret is that my comments and the public way I made them painted ESPN in an unfair light. My respect for the company and my colleagues remains unconditional.”

Two weeks later and Hill lands back on the chopping block. She tweeted on Sunday, October 8 about Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones who said that any player who “disrespects the flag” will not play. Hill wrote, “Jerry Jones also has created a problem for his players, specifically the black ones. If they don’t kneel, some will see them as sellouts.”

And, she wrote: “No. Jerry has turned this into them choosing football over the community they represent and that isn’t right.”

She later posted a tweet, “If you strongly reject what Jerry Jones said, the key is his advertisers. Don’t place the burden squarely on the players.”

Read more »

The post ESPN’s Jemele Hill is suspended appeared first on Rolling Out.

Views: 8

Comment

You need to be a member of The Oracle to add comments!

Join The Oracle

© 2017   Created by Prince Malachi The First.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service