Ed Sheeran Announces 2017 North American Arena Tour!

Ed Sheeran has announced and official tour following his latest album Divide, which will likely land at the top spot on Billboard.

The tour will be starting off in June and ending in early October. Although I am a bit surprised there were no stadium stops, this tour will most likely sell out quick. Ed is by far one of the biggest artists out at the moment and for good reason.

Pre-sale begins on Monday March 13th, and then general sale stars on Friday March 17th. Get your tickets fast, this will definitely sell out!

June 29 || Kansas City, MO || Sprint Center
June 30 || Des Moines, IA || Wells Fargo Arena
July 1 || St. Paul, MN || Xcel Energy Center
July 7 || Toronto, ON || Air Canada Centre
July 9 || Buffalo, NY || KeyBank Center
July 11 || Philadelphia, PA || Wells Fargo Center
July 14 || Uncasville, CT || Mohegan Sun Arena
July 15 || Uncasville, CT || Mohegan Sun Arena
July 18 || Quebec City, QC || Videotron Centre
July 19 || Montreal, QC || Bell Centre
July 22 || Winnipeg, MB || MTS Centre
July 23 || Saskatoon, SK || SaskTel Centre
July 25 || Edmonton, AB || Rogers Place
July 28 || Vancouver, BC || Rogers Arena
July 29 || Tacoma, WA || Tacoma Dome
July 30 || Portland, OR || Mode Center
August 1 || Sacramento, CA || Golden 1 Center
August 2 || Oakland, CA || Oracle Arena
August 4 || Las Vegas, NV || T-Mobile Arena
August 5 || Glendale, AZ || Gila River Arena
August 6 || San Diego, CA || Valley View Casino Center
August 10 || Los Angeles, CA || Staples Center
August 15 || Denver, CO || Pepsi Center
August 17 || Tulsa, OK || BOK Center
August 18 || Dallas, TX || American Airlines Center
August 19 || Houston, TX || Toyota Center
August 22 || San Antonio, TX || AT&T Center
August 25 || Duluth, GA || Infinite Energy Center
August 29 || Tampa, FL || Amalie Center
August 30 || Miami, FL || American Airlines Arena
August 31 || Orlando, FL || Amway Center
September 2 || Raleigh, NC || PNC Arena
September 3 || Charlotte, NC || Spectrum Center
September 5 || Charleston, SC || North Charleston Center
September 7 || Louisville, KY || KFC YUM! Center
September 8 || Indianapolis, IN || Bankers Life Fieldhouse
September 9 || Cleveland, OH || Quicken Loans Arena
September 12 || Omaha, NE || CenturyLink Center
September 15 || Chicago, IL || Allstate Arena
September 17 || St. Louis, MO || Scottrade Center
September 19 || Washington, DC || Verizon Center
September 22 || Boston, MA || TD Garden
September 26 || Pittsburgh, PA || PPG Paints Arena
September 27 || Detroit, MI || Little Caesars Arena
September 29 || Brooklyn, NY || Barclays Center
September 30 || Brooklyn, NY || Barclays Center
October 3 || Columbus, OH || Nationwide Arena
October 6 || Nashville, TN || Bridgestone Arena

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Top 15 Girl Power Songs To Listen To In Honor Of The Women’s March!

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As most people know, women are marching across the country today for equal opportunities as men. I am not going to dive into it all, if you don’t agree with me that’s fine. I am not here to argue politics, I am here to help you with a list of songs that will pump you up as you march.

You can march for whatever reasons you want, but it is important that you speak up.

If you are there or just want some songs to empower you, here you go!

15. No Scrubs – TLC

14. Fighter – Christina Aguilera

13. Girl On Fire – Alicia Keys

12. Keep Ya Head Up – Tupac

11. That’s My Girl – Fifth Harmony

10. Stronger – Britney Spears

9. Independent Women – Destiny’s Child

8. Man I Feel Like A Woman – Shania Twain

7. I Will Survive – Gloria Gayner

6. Wannabe – Spice Girls

5. I’m Every Woman – Chaka Khan

4. R-E-S-P-E-C-T – Aretha Franklin

3. Bitch – Meredith Brooks

2. Who Run The World? – Beyonce

1. Can’t Hold Us Down – Christina Aguilera ft Lil’ Kim

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Rapper Nas Shares Passionate Post About Racial Inequality

America has spent so much time, money & resources fighting wars abroad and completely fell asleep at the wheel of the war brewing within our cities, neighborhoods & blocks. We are supposed to stand for freedom & equal opportunity. That’s supposed to mean MORE than just words but the actions of late just don’t speak to what we are supposed to stand for. This is BIGGER than BLACK and WHITE. This is about America selling a false dream. Now we’ve obviously progressed since the inception of this nation but we took our eye off the ball and it feels as though things are moving backwards. As a black man, I find it difficult to understand that our biggest export (our American culture) comes from us. The people in the streets… The way the world dresses, talks, what they listen to, what they watch… That all comes from us. How can we be the ones responsible for America’s biggest export & fear for our lives like we shouldn’t belong here. I don’t have all the answers nor do I believe anyone does, but we need to have conversations around how to improve as a nation. How do we show any ounce of progress that keeps hope alive. This is too big of a problem to be solved overnight but there needs to be some questions answered to get things back on the track of righteousness. Amazing people died for this country. We owe it to the past, present & future to come together and move this country in the right direction. This is my home just like it is anyone else’s. RIP CRISPUS ATTUCKS. FIRST MAN TO DIE IN AMERICA’s FREEDOM WAR & HE WAS BLACK! GOD BLESS EVERY OUNCE OF INNOCENT BLOOD SHED FOR THIS NATION & MY FAMILY. (Nas)

Wow. That is honestly all that I can say after reading this post, this post is easily one of the best that I have ready when it comes to racial inequality in this country. I don’t want to get into a debate on what is going on but I will say that something needs to be done. I think that is rather obvious and Nas was able to put it into words so clear.

In my opinion Nas is one of the greatest rappers of all time so it makes sense he was able to make such an incredible description of this country.

It is time for us to all stand together as one rather than look at people for their differences.

Raven-Symoné Opens Up About Labels To Oprah

It is now the year 2014 and race is still one of the biggest issues when it comes to American culture. It is something that isn’t really talked about to much until a cop uses their power in the wrong way, or something like that. It is just kind of swept under the rug. Talking about race can be an extremely touchy subject that not many people know how to actually communicate about. Me, I am one of those people honestly. I don’t want to say the wrong term, sound like I am racist, and then get grief for that when I meant nothing offensive at all. This video of Raven is extremely important though.

You know after watching this video I have gained a respect for Raven-Symoné that I didn’t even realize needed to be there. See I grew up with her as Raven on the show “That’s So Raven” where she was hilarious and everyone knew it. I didn’t realize that she was a beautiful person off screen, someone who had so much to say and genuinely wanted to speak her mind.

Oprah told Raven that she was going to get a lot of flack on Twitter for saying that she wasn’t African American and truthfully I think that he she did get flack, but people were also very interested to hear what she had to say. If more people could be open minded about race then maybe we could have actual conversations instead of all of this fighting.

What do you think about Raven’s statements about labels?

Red Sox Player Jonny Gomes Wears Best Suit Of All Time

ImageCan you say ‘MURICA?! I mean look at this dapper suit that Jonny Gomes decided to wear to meet the President Obama. Yup! He took out all of the stops to look as American as possible. I know some people will say that it is a disgrace to the flag or whatever but he is wearing this suit so proud, how can you hate it? Just looking fly as hell.

My wish is that he wears this to every game before he puts on his uniform. What a way to celebrate winning the World Series too, meeting the President of the United States and looking better than anyone there. You win Jonny Gomes, you win!

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