Black Britain – Rep Dat Show Episode 9
Black discussion lookining at black britain on the Rep Dat Show, exploring the opinions of Black Britain through MMA personality Jamaine Facey, Networker Franklin from Fabs Network, Actor Arnold Oceng, presented by Leeroy Rose
Black Britain – Rep Dat Discussion Full
Black discussion on the Rep Dat Show, exploring the opinions of Black Britain through MMA personality Jamaine Facey, Networker Franklin from Fabs Network, Actor Arnold Oceng, presented by Leeroy Rose.
Rep Dat show Episode 3: No snitching
On todays episode the panel looks at the no snitching rule in the black community. We also have an exclusive poem from Leeroy Rose so enjoy comment and support
I really like this One In a Million Ne-Yo track , it is reminiscent of early Ne-Yo In My Own World’s album and the video definitely plays homage to Michael Jackson
UFC Dean Amasinger vs UCMMA Jamaine Facey at Ucmma 16 23rd Oct Troxy London. Rep Dat was at the Press Conference where former ultimate fighter Dean Amasinger squared up to Jamaine Facey before there big fight tomorrow.
See the video below:
Over the last week the Platinum Tears and Rep Dat brands have been going out there and rounding up some of the most exciting talent in South London. This consists of Poets, Actors,Rappers,Singers, and more.
So you can have your X-Factor Simon Cowell, Millionaire Mindstate Movement Ltd brings you South London Reps Dat!!!
Raquel Jones of hairspray fame sings At Last
Poet Leeroy Rose – Rep Dat Street Poetry
Rep Dat had the chance to catch up with new South London rap group the 3 kingz. The group is comprised of local Lewisham Legend Sya Man formerley of Zone 2 and RDS. His younger Brother Eff Star who is creating a buzz all over the city and childhood friend E&J from Peckham who has released 5 critically accclaimed mixtapes and founder of the paperboi movement.
Mr Man from The Illersapiens blesses the mic for our first ever RADIO KING ONLINE Sessions (RKO SESSIONS)*
‘HOMEBOY’ the movie DIRECTORS NOTES:
The inspiration for Homeboy came from my own life experiences and characters and situations that I had known while growing up. So to say that Homeboy is based of my life and myself is an understatement. I had always had a knack for seeing the funny side of even the most dire and ludicrous situation.
Waiting for Superman with Lesley Chilcott
BlackTree TV caught up with Producer Lelie Chilcott who produced the documentary Waiting For Superman which deals with some of the inefficiencies in education here in America.
From “An Inconvenient Truth” director Davis Guggenheim comes “Waiting for ‘Superman,” a provocative and cogent examination of the crisis of public education in the United States told through multiple interlocking stories—from a handful of students and their families whose futures hang in the balance, to the educators and reformers trying to find real and lasting solutions within a dysfunctional system. *This film has been rated PG for some thematic material, mild language and incidental smoking.
Waiting for ‘Superman’ opens limited (NY/LA) on 9/24 and expands nationwide in October.