Peter Bailey continues his critically-acclaimed series by meeting up with Lil Boosie inside Miami's James L. Knight Center where the two discuss the exploitation in gangster life in hip hop & Boosie's responsibilty as a a spokesman for the inner-city.
I loved this rap. These brothers are right on target with what's wrong with our society and how to fix it. We need to unite as a people and stop pretending that we are separate from each other.Margaret Davis
Boosie committed black on black crimeWyle Kyle
VON KEITH love playing with womanVon Keith Davis
I pray that VON KEITH stay FOCUSEDVon Keith Davis
Marriage is a business.Von Keith Davis
VON KEITH is never depressedVon Keith Davis
Depression can be shown through sadness, tears, and rage.....deepVon Keith Davis
I think it is not so bad for you guysVon Keith Davis
Boosie is SCORPIO like VON KEITHVon Keith Davis
Love BBs perspective on life. Guess that’s why I’m a fan of his music & his views on this divisional game our politicians & the media are playing .Krupa G
J. Lo .....honesty!Thato Majafi
Black Youth Culture is going to make the biggest change in history for generations to come . MARK MY WORDEd Accura
Peter is a true pioneer for the people✊🏿 DJVlad should have a million less views and this should b mainstream media moving into 2021!!! JSigotouhere ci
Anyone who has to keep reminding people they are real, probably isn't real.SickLid
The person in college has more loyalty to you? Get out of here, college grad here telling you that's some bullshit, all levels of life work like the street; it is the human condition, people will drop you in college just as fast as in the street, and the same goes for a corporate jobs. We live in a system that move groups in the direction they want them to go in, there is no difference, businessmen are just as cut throat as drug cartels. It's the same shit, the only difference is people aren't trying to kill you in college physically, just mentally, now in the corporates world, I don't know, a lot people die mysteriously or go missing when they are too close to money. Sound like some cartel shit to me. School doesn't change the asshole in you, it just makes you one that knows a little more..Nigel Mayo
I ain’t gon lie listen to Boosie I can drive a 1000 miles likes mothinMarcenson Paul
Award-winning and media entrepreneur takes his critically-acclaimed NiteCap series back to his native US Virgin Islands for the third time. This time he features local boxer and celebrity chef Julius Jackson alongside high school students throughout the territory.
Peter Bailey debuts the first episode of his interactive new series sharing the real life stories of America's most promising young entrepreneurs of color in an entertaining format integrating theatrical and musical performances. Up first Brian Brackeen, whose facial recognition company earned him recognition as "tech entrepreneur of the year" by Black Enterprise magazine shares his provocative story.
Award-winning Author Peter Bailey takes viewers on a journey to the past in re-telling the story of how he was inspired to create his new series "NiteCap Next" focused on empowering entrepreneurs of color.
Peter Bailey holds a round-table discussion with some of America's most successful black CEOs in which they discussed the challenges young entrepreneurs face. Global Automotive Alliance Chairman Dr. William Pickard, Angel Investor James Kelley & Christine Franklin, President of Cherokee Enterprises, Inc offer their entrepreneurial advice in this riveting sit-down