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  • Armando Cervantes
    Published 16 days ago
    Tammi Terrell Came Back in the Form of Paula DeAnda

    Tammi Terrell Came Back in the Form of Paula DeAnda

    In 2015, it was announced after the success of the James Brown Biopic we would move on to see a theatrical release of the Motown Legend named Tammi Terrell who is most famous for her song with Marvin on their classic hit single "Ain't No Mountain High Enough."
  • Armando Cervantes
    Published 25 days ago
    Chill Out and Just Swang It!

    Chill Out and Just Swang It!

    Welcome back to another segment of The Valley's Finest. Today we have the best Updates from the 559. Dispensaries are opening up every which way, putting the poor dealers out of business and giving more power to Donald Trump and causing more frustration for the Latin American Community, but I honestly forgot why they are mad to be honest. In other news, we just found out that tomatoes are not fruits and are indeed vegetables. The weatherman says we will have three days left of warm eighty degree weather, and then chilly days ahead. Unfortunately the weatherman also told us that the days left of warmth are scattered throughout the week.
  • Armando Cervantes
    Published about a month ago
    Paula DeAnda & Nivea Are in the Building Sis

    Paula DeAnda & Nivea Are in the Building Sis

    We officially have our sights set on the world's last chance of sanity, through the form of R&B and Soul music. The ladies of soul are in the kitchen and they're cooking up something magical. From our last story titled Yes Ma'am: Paula De'Anda & Nivea Dream Team we bring you the better and more revised version of the story, so let's just forget we ever did that one, okay? Since the day Paula came into the game, us fans have been begging to hear her soulful voice harmonize with the Goddess-like voice of Nivea. The two have been linked once in a now deleted collage story on the old gossip blog Treva—yes, which was removed by Yahoo.com in 2012. The blogger had posted their opinion of why the two beautiful women would break chart records and even snag themselves a Soul Train Award for the Ladies of Soul category. The keys point the blogger made were that both women bring back the roots in R&B and Soul music, and that no matter how much they modernize, they won't shy away from who they are. So let's take a dive into the magic of what's to come.
  • Armando Cervantes
    Published 2 months ago
    A Hip-Hopera: DizzE B

    A Hip-Hopera: DizzE B

    To kick off the series of The Valley's Finest, let's take a dive to Fowler, Ca. This Fresno County City is the home of Rapper DizzE B, an artist who brings out the nostalgia of the early 2000s with modern language of slang. What you might assume is just some ordinary buster off of SoundCloud actually proves to be very proficient in his skills. He has something that none of these hacks have, and that's just talent.
  • Armando Cervantes
    Published 2 months ago
    Yes Ma'am: Paula De'Anda & Nivea Dream Team

    Yes Ma'am: Paula De'Anda & Nivea Dream Team

    Yes it's true, Nivea and Paula DeAnda have just confirmed that they would like to work together. Just mid-October of this month, the two ladies of Soul finally confirmed via Instagram that they would be love nothing more than to collaborate with each other, when Nivea was accepting fan Q&A. One of many people finally got the question in that read "Would please collaborate with Paula DeAnda or Jojo, both do R&B".
  • Armando Cervantes
    Published 2 months ago
    Uh-Oh It's Jojo

    Uh-Oh It's Jojo

    R&B/Soul princess Jojo has done it again. Yes, she has officially got fans begging for her big screen return. It has officially been six years since the songstress had her debut in a feature film. Her fans were even more angered that her earlier films did not garner her awards for her acting skills, being a representation of the Hip-Hop community and an Urban Pop resurrector, along with fellow soul singer Paula De'Anda, and being held personally responsible for caring on late beloved R&B Princess Aaliyah's legacy, Jojo really has her work cut out for her, so it makes perfect sense why fans are so distraught. Jojo brought the Urban Hip-Hop community to the love of wholesome family movies, to crazy drunk biopics, to teeny bubbly movies. Jojo has yet to see the movie role we want her in.