Harold S. Reed, Jr. was born and raised in East Orange, New Jersey. He briefly attended Rutgers University, before leaving school to enlist in the U.S. Air Force. Harold proudly served as a Medical Services Specialist during the Persian Gulf War.
In 2000, Harold began his career in Law Enforcement working for the police departments of East Orange, and later, Woodbridge - both in New Jersey. In 2006, after encouraging his wife to start her own successful photography business, he decided to share his motivation with the world by becoming a public speaker & author. He created his company – HRJR Enterprises, and in 2007 he self-published and released his first book, “Find A Way to Make A Way – You’re Either Part of the Problem or You're Part of the Solution!”
Based upon both the content of the book and his independent sales potential, in 2008, he was signed to Tate Publishing & Enterprises with the 2nd edition of his book released in early 2009. Also in 2009, Harold expanded his brand by becoming a Certified Professional Life Coach and creating & adding HRJR Coaching Services to the "HRJR" brand. In 2011 he retired from law enforcement, focusing more of his life towards being of service to his fellow man without many of the restrictions bound upon him by the uniform.
According to a new survey by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, one in five divorces involve Facebook. An amazing 80 per cent of divorce lawyers have also reported a spike in the number of cases that use social media for evidence of cheating. Facebook was by far the biggest offender, with 66 per cent of lawyers citing it as the primary source of evidence in a divorce case. MySpace followed with 15 per cent, Twitter at 5 per cent and other choices lumped together at 14 per cent.
Flirty messages and photographs found on Facebook are increasingly being cited as proof of unreasonable behavior or irreconcilable differences. Many cases revolve around social media users who get back in touch with old flames they hadn’t heard from in many years. Facebook also opens a the door a lot of spying, stalking, and jealousy-driven acts. It seems the new social network jargon is developing with words such as Facestalking. Now Facebook has been branded by some as a relationship killer.
Tune into "Let's Get It On w/Relationship Coach Sadie" this Sat to discuss and find out how to keep facebook from ruining your relationship.
Ski Beatz is a record producer, musician and MC originally from NC and was discovered in NYC by DJ Clark Kent. Ski was originally known as “MC Will-Ski” and in the 1980s, he was a member of the group Original Flavor, the first group managed by future recording industry executive DAMON DASH . In the mid-90′s, Ski was working on duo CAMP LO’S debut album UPTOWN SATURDAY NIGHT when Dame called him in to work on the debut album of his own artist, JAY-Z. Jay’s album, REASONABLE DOUBT, was released in 1996, marking Ski’s first major production placement. Ski produced four tracks off the album, including the singles “DEAD PRESIDENTS” and “FEELIN’ IT”.
After the critical success of Reasonable Doubt, Ski formed Roc-A-Blok Productions in affiliation with Jay and Dame’s label, ROC-A-FELLA RECORDS, working with CAMP LO and Sporty Thievz. Skibeatz crafted most of Camp Lo’s debut, which dropped in 1997, and produced the FAT JOE single “JOHN BLAZE”; Ski continued to work with Jay-Z, on his sophomore album IN MY LIFETIME, VOL. 1 as well as non-solo albums and compilation projects, until 1998. He continued producing for artists such as Nature, members of the New Jersey crew, The Outsidaz, Lil’ Kim, Foxy Brown, Ras Kass and Proof. He has continued to produce for Camp Lo, providing most of the production for their second album Let’s Do it Again, as well as their third album, Black Hollywood.
Hip-hop honeys, dime pieces, video vixens. We’re referring to the girls who provide the “bootylicious” eye candy in hip-hop and R&B music videos. There are a special few hip-hop honeys who form a group of women who have made careers out of appearing in these videos. Most of them hope to jump-start acting or modeling careers, and every so often one of them goes on to make a name for herself for something other than shaking it on camera. Do you think these ladies are actually skilled at a craft or are they simply nothing more than all body and no brains?! Chime in tonight with the ladies of OWWHH only on www.bks1radio.com
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