Frank Ski Bishop Eddie Long

Radio mogul Frank Ski is speaking out in defense of Bishop Eddie Long who died Sunday at age 63.

In an interview with AJC.com’s Buzz blog, Ski said when he returned to V-103 last year, one of the first people to call him was longtime friend Bishop Eddie Long.

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Solange Knowles

When Solange Knowles was dropped by her record label, she never thought she would ever record again. She took up Deejaying and embarked on a mildly successful career as a celebrity DJ. But she yearned to be behind the microphone again.

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LaTavia Roberson

Former Destiny’s Child singer Latavia Roberson says her “bad divorce” from the 1990s girl group left her battling depression, alcoholism and drug addiction.

LaTavia along with LeToya Luckett were the original background singers for Beyonce Knowles and her play sister Kelly Rowland.

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Young MA

YouTube rapper Young M.A. is the flavor of the moment, thanks to her catchy independent rap song “Ooouuu” released on YouTube.com.

The 24-year-old Brooklyn native has a strong radio presence, and she’s in a Beats By Dre ad, so ELLE magazine reached out to shoot a glossy magazine spread.

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Cam Newton

Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is under fire for saying America is “beyond racism”.

Newton made the controversial remarks in his cover interview for the latest edition of GQ magazine.

The 27-year-old father-of-one, who is dressed as fictional superhero Superman for the cover, discussed why he believes he is the most hated man in NFL football.

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