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Young Black Brotha

Young Black Brotha refers to two separate releases by Mac Dre:

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Nothing But A Man
... The story is about a black railroad worker, who falls in love with a black school teacher, who is the town’s preacher’s daughter ... Washington Post, "Nothing But a Man is one of the most sensitive films about black life ever made in this country” ...
Black - Idioms and Expressions
... In the United States, "Black Friday" (the day after Thanksgiving Day, the fourth Thursday in November) is traditionally the busiest shopping day of the ... Later an alternative explanation began to be offered that "Black Friday" indicates the point in the year that retailers begin to turn a profit, or are "in the black", because of the large ... "In the black" means profitable ...
Mac Mall - Career
... Mall released his debut album Illegal Business? on Young Black Brotha records ... It will be a joint release with his own label Thizzlamic Records, and Young Black Brotha Records ... Seventeen years ago, Khayree produced Mac's Young Black Brotha Records debut, Illegal Business? ...
Young Black Brotha
... Young Black Brotha refers to two separate releases by Mac Dre 1989 Young Black Brotha (EP) 1993 Young Black Brotha (album) Young Black Brotha also refers to a Bay Area music production house and record label founded ... Young Black Brotha Records was an imprint of Atlantic Records from 1995 through 1997 ...
Young Black Brotha (album)
... Young Black Brotha is the 1993 debut LP by Mac Dre, not to be confused with an earlier Mac Dre release, Young Black Brotha (EP) ...

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