This year, the city of Pearland held their 4th of July 2015 Celebration of Freedom at Pearland High School Football Stadium (The Rig).  The Majic 102.1 crew and the Radio One family were in attendance for all of the festivities, food, and fun at the Independence Day party in Pearland.  Here are a few “Moments […]

It’s finally over! After five months of debating, the Senate finally voted 56-43 confirming Loretta Lynch as the first African-American female attorney general for the United States of America. The Latest Music, Celebrities and Interviews: According to CNN, Lynch is a “highly qualified, but low profile prosecutor who is good standing with law enforcement and […]

Majic 102.1’s Kandi Eastman shares her 2015 Black History Month moment.  Check it out below!


So, last Friday, All-Star weekend, me and my lovely date, JJ on the MIC from 97.9 The Box, went to Kenny Smith’s party. We’re standing in the VIP line waiting to get in and we see a camera crew. Baron Davis (who last played for the Knicks) is standing next to me. They’re acting like […]

YouTube has become a mecca for everything we want to learn, laugh, or get lost in. If you’ve never heard of the Alchemy Network, chances…


HOUSTON – Founder of S.H.A.P.E. community center Deloyd Parker Jr. and Attorney Ben Hall  were featured on Sunday Morning Live to discuss the future of  the community center and happily announced that the center is not closing. After investigation, it was determined that S.H.A.P.E. was not properly notified that there had been a lawsuit filed by […]

Jurnee Smollett wasn’t able to chose one moment in Black History that impacted women. She chose Black females who have made big waves in entertainment,…

Oprah Winfrey chose President Obama being elected to office as the biggest moment in black history of the last 10 years. “There’s nothing more profound,…

Our Moments

Without Janet Jackson, there wouldn’t have been Aaliyah, Ciara, Britney Spears, or any pop princesses that have cult followings today. But considering who Miss Jackson…

Via: Our History Maker for today is 9-year-old Fourth Grader Louisiana native Quvenzhané Wallis she is the youngest person ever to be nominated for a Best Actress Oscar for her role as Hushpuppy in Beasts of the Southern Wild.  Learn more about her right Here.

Via: Huffington Post Our History Maker that Americans approve of  find out more here.