Mr. Trammell is an award-winning digital media producer, freelance journalist, and author. Formerly, he wrote national radio content for the Michael Baisden Show. He also served as Senior Editor at the Your Black World online news network.
Yo Gotti Associate Released From LAPD Custody After Being Suspected in Young Dolph Shooting
On the afternoon of September 28th, Corey McClendon, a close 43-year-old affiliate of chart-topping rap artist Mario "Yo Gotti" Mims (pictured right) was released from the custody of the Los Angeles Police Department.
Memphis Rapper Young Dolph Survives Shooting Again This Year; LAPD Says Yo Gotti is Not Currently a Person of Interest
On Tuesday, September 26, Memphis, Tennessee-bred rapper Adolph "Young Dolph" Thornton ended up in a Los Angeles-area hospital after being shot multiple times in the torso, according to the LAPD.
Two of Hip-Hop's Biggest Moguls Make Forbes' List of "Greatest Living Business Minds" in 100th Anniversary Issue
Forbes Magazine has achieved a major milestone this month. On September 15, 2017, the bi-weekly American business publication celebrated its 100-year anniversary of being in commission.
Disgraced Former Congressman Anthony Weiner to Face the Music Over Sexting Scandal Involving an Underage Girl
The downward spiral that former Democratic US Congressman Anthony D. Weiner has been descending on over the years finally reached a threshold, which will inevitably lead him to a prison cell.
The Great Convolution: Who Really Caused the Worst Act of War on US Soil?
September 11, 2001 will always exist as one of the deadliest days in this troubled nation's abborent history. Any American-based person who was old enough remember exactly what they were doing at the time on that fateful Tuesday morning. The who, what, where, when, or how-based elements of truth were not immediately clear. The obvious reality, however, unfolded in apocolyptic fashion as the American way of life, as it was experienced before would never be the same.
Free Lecture at Montana State University to Analyze the Credibility of Referencing Rap Lyrics in Criminal Trials
Later this week, Montana State University will be sponsoring a lecture, which is free and open to the public at its Procrastinator Theater in the college's Strand Union Building.
Beyoncé Organizes BeyGOOD Houston Relief Effort in the Aftermath of Hurricane Harvey
Singer and megastar Beyoncé has followed through on her vow to provide significant assistance, which will go toward the disaster relief efforts in Southeast Texas in the wake of Hurricane Harvey's aftermath.
Fox to Air Investigative Report on its TV Network Titled "Who Shot Biggie & Tupac?"
In its own way, the June 15, 2017 release of the Tupac Shakur biopic All Eyez On Me helped the world revisit the life, trials, and untimely death of one of the most iconic figures in American music history.
Wu-Tang Clan's RZA and Rapper Common Reunite for "Black Samurai" TV Series
Two of hip-hop's most legendary figures will soon be having a reunion of sorts, which involves acting and producing, not beats and rhymes. This latest project is based on a book series popularized in the 1970s.