ThaWilsonBlock Magazine is now accepting music submissions from local independent artists who want to gain exposure and make a little $$ while they're at it.
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If you want to make money from your music by simply sharing it around, you've come to the right place!
You can make money from exposure by simply submitting your music to WilsonBlock100 Charts. If your song(s) are Top 3 by the 10th of tha month, YOU WILL GET PAID!
How It Works:
- Submit Your Song(s) for $1 each. Then send your song link to this Email Address (*Must Include Graphic and/or HTML Widget)
- Your Song will then be added to our blog within 24-48 hours (this is how you get on WilsonBlock100 Charts)
- You will receive a link to share and promote. Share your link with as many people as you can!
- If your song reaches the Top 3 spots on WilsonBlock100 Monthly Charts on the 10th of the month, you will get paid!!!
#1 on the Block by 10th of month = $100
#2 on the Block by 10th of month = $50
#3 on the Block by 10th of month = $25
What You Also Get:
- Your Song(s) featured on YOUR VERY OWN PAGE inside ThaWilsonBlock Magazine!
- Your Song Promoted on our Social Media (Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, Pinterest, Stumbleupon, etc...)
- Your Artist Link permanently on our website!
When you submit your music to ThaWilsonBlock Magazine, you will become a certified artist within our network forever! A great way to make money from your music...and we accept originals and cover songs! Why? Because it's not about who buys, it's about how much exposure you get!
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(May 28, 1934 – June 23, 1997), born Betty Dean Sanders and also known as Betty X, was an American educator
and civil rights
advocate. She was the wife of Malcolm X
Shabazz grew up in Detroit
, where her foster parents largely sheltered her from racism
. She attended the Tuskegee Institute
, where she had her first encounters with racism. Unhappy with the situation in Alabama, she moved to New York City, where she became a nurse. It was there that she met Malcolm X and, in 1956, joined the Nation of Islam
. The couple married in 1958.
Along with her husband, Shabazz left the Nation of Islam in 1964. She witnessed his assassination the following year. Left with the responsibility of raising six daughters as a single mother, Shabazz pursued a higher education, and went to work at Medgar Evers College
, New York.
Following the arrest of her daughter Qubilah
for allegedly conspiring to murder Louis Farrakhan
, Shabazz took in her young grandson Malcolm
. He set a fire in her apartment that caused severe burns to Shabazz. Shabazz died three weeks later as a result of her injuries.