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In This Issue… CEO: Steven ―Big Steve‖ Bellamy Editor: Stephanie B Guest Writer: F Red Executive Assistant: Koffy Brown  Page 5- 8 Dancers of Blue Flame  Page 9– 12 What would the strip club be without the DJ: Core DJ Hen House  Page 13 - 16 Dancers of Mascara‘s  Page 17 Artist Profile : Swordz  Page 18 Producer profile : DJ Speedy/Harvey Miller  Page 19 Strip Club Directory  Page 20- 23 Dancers of King of Diamonds  Page 24 - 30 Core DJ Retreat  Page 31 Strip Club review : Pin Ups CONTACT INFO: EMAIL: BLACKSTRIPPERSUSA@GMAIL.COM OFFICE PHONE: 678-939-0545


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Baby Phat TOP POLE SONGS “Sex Room” -Ludacris “All White Everything” -Young Jeezy “Space Age Pimpin” -8Ball & MJG 5

MESMORIZE TOP POLE SONGS: “Making Love To The Money” -Gucci Mane “Let Me See It” - UGK “Bosses Life” - Dre City


Innocence TOP POLE SONGS: “Still Dumpin” -Tight “Atlanta” -Lil C “No Hands” -Roscoe Dash/Waka Flocka



TOP POLE SONGS: “Beat It Up” -Gucci Mane “No Hands” -Roscoe Dash/Waka Flocka “Love In the Club Remix” -Usher


What Would The Strip Club Be Without The DJ? Detroit Core DJ Hen House by F. Red F. RED: As a Core DJ member, what do you do and how does that role influence the music industry? DJ HEN HOUSE: I have been a DJ for almost 25yrs. My role is to give new talent a chance to be heard in what we call ―grass root marketing‖ by playing their music in the clubs before it hits radio. F. RED: Tell me how DJs, Strip Clubs and breaking records tie together in helping the artist make an impact in the music industry? DJ HEN HOUSE: The strip club DJs makes the world aware of the new music, as well as the dancers in the club. If a girl likes your song, there is a chance she will ask her DJ to play it every time she is on stage. F. RED: Tell me your strip club pet peeves. Name the most annoying thing you hate to see clients do in strip clubs? Name one thing you hate to see dancers do in strip clubs? DJ HEN HOUSE: Wow. This is a good one. Well, if you don‘t have any money WTF are you here for? The club wants money. The dancers want money. The DJ/Bartender/Waitress—everybody that‘s there is workin‘ there for money. And if you don‘t have money for anybody, please keep yo‘ ass on the other side of the door. Thank you. God Bless. Now for the dancers. This new wave of girls who think all you got to do is walk around and a dude is going to give you money, go get your head checked! Somebody said you got a nice body; you should be a dancer— fuck them. Understand its 2010. Dudes got a wife, women, a bitch, and 9

then it‘s you. And now a lot of guys have women that look just as good, if not better than you. But I need more out of you then just, ―You want a dance?‖…―Can you buy me a drink?‖…‖Can you be my first tip for tonight?‖ or the new one, ―Can we go to VIP?‖ Now I understand some may say cool, let‘s cut through the bullshit, but time in the game has shown that if that‘s her first words to me, these are her first words to everybody that hits the door or she‘s just a hoe. F. RED: What advice would you give to dancers out there who are trying to get their cake up in the strip club industry, which is becoming more competitive? DJ HEN HOUSE: I think the ladies should get back to what made this game what it stood for: Good looking women that knew how to talk to people and could really dance. It‘s so sad to see these new girls who cannot dance, but bodies are great. It just don‘t add up. I would like to see a crew of dancers reppin‘ their city. Back in the real days of strip clubs, in Detroit, there was a crew called ―The Mercedes Ladies‖ that took not just Detroit by storm but the world ‘cause they all were fine as hell and they could dance their ass off –R.I.P. Strawberry—big ups to all of them. I‘m a DJ to my heart, so if a girl can dance, that is going to work for me nine times out of ten. F. RED: What's your advice to DJs out there who want to make a name for themselves by working in a strip club? DJ HEN HOUSE: I would tell them to stay true to what you‘re doing. Don‘t let the club run your show. You have to be the lead. Everything and everybody is moving off what you do. It takes time to gain that, but once you have it, it will make the people notice you ‗cause you on your shit. Also, don‘t just be a DJ playing records, be a promoter, a host— build a fan base for yourself—‗cause if you leave one club, you can go elsewhere and setup shop and not miss a beat. That means your girls will go wherever you are. And last, but not least, don‘t try to sleep with all the girls—some, not all—it‘s just the biz. Trust me, I know! F. RED: I understand you'll be performing in Atlanta during the upcoming Core DJ Retreat November 12th -15th at the Sheraton Gateway Hotel. Tell us about that? 10

DJ HEN HOUSE: Yes. I will be reppin‘ for the Detroit T&A DJs, and of course, the Core DJs. Big ups to Tony Neal, Core DJ‘s CEO! I will be doing a few parties there starting on Wed., Nov. 10th @ The Score Sports Bar in the Underground, downtown Atlanta. This will be a Meet & Greet for all my dancers and artists from Detroit and ATL. Doors open at 9pm. Free ‗til 11pm. PT2 is Thursday, Nov. 11th @ Club Rooters, 5805 Buford Hwy, Doraville, GA. Doors open at 9pm. It‘s the kick-off for the 2010 Core DJ Retreat: DET vs. ATL Strip Off with me and my manz Montana White & Bigga Rankin Hitmenn DJ. Fri., Nov. 12th – 15th The Core DJ Retreat starts at the Sheraton Gateway Hotel, Atlanta Airport 1900 Sullivan RD. On Nov., 15th, join me for Monday Night Football & Game Bus @ Djangos 495 Peachtree St. downtown Atlanta with Detroit Riot Radio Live Showcase with groups from Detroit & Atlanta. Doors @ 9pm. Contact Info: DETROIT T&A DJS RECORD POOL EMAIL: DETROITTADJS@GMAIL.COM OR DJHENHOUSE38@YAHOO.COM PHONE: 313-624-7369 TWITTER @DJHENHOUSE FACEBOOK: HEN HOUSE


TOP 5 DETROIT STRIP CLUB BANGERS 1) K. Deezy “Fly Like I” 2) Tone Tone “I’m on 10” 3) Stretch Money “You Should be Mine” 4) Rick Ross “Ashton Martin Music” 5) Waka FLocka “Hard in the Paint RMX”






Nathan Bowers, known to his fans as Swordz, has garnered a following for his raw, gritty lyrics and high-energy shows. Swordz has built a reputation as one of the best live performers on the underground circuit, with a lyrical intensity few have seen below the Mason Dixon Line. Raised in Jacksonville, Fla, Swordz is bringing back a balance into the Southern rap scene with deep graphic lyrics and rock star sensibility. Strip Club Banger ―My Ol Hoe‖ Swordz ft.Harvey Miller

Swordz Booking Info: Contact Terri Sherman 904.343.4908 or 17

Well before Grammy nominated rapper Young Jeezy proclaimed the words ―Speedy, you a fool for this one‖ on his underground hit ―I Do This‖, off of the multi-platinum album The Inspiration Orangeburg, SC native DJ Speedy had already crafted some of hip-hop‘s hottest records. However, Jeezy‘s verbal cosign helped catapult Speedy into the next echelon of hip-hop producers. After producing music for Beyonce, Kelly Rowland, Nelly and Gucci Mane among others, Speedy is donning another hat to go along with his accomplished DJ and production career. He is taking on the role of an artist. Performing under the pseudonym Harvey Miller, the DJ turned producer turned recording artist is using his experience in working with artists, as well as his ear for music, to create his solo project ―Anomaly‖.

DJ Speedy Booking Info: Contact Terri Sherman 904.343.4908 18

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The Core DJ's Retreat XIII in Atlanta Schedule (tentative as artists STILL come in) ———————————————————————————— *** Friday – November 12, 2010 Registration 10am – 8pm In the Cyprus Room 1st FL. Sheraton Gateway Hotel – 1900 Sullivan Rd. Atlanta, GA 30337 Hosted by: Traktor Pro Music Business Panels: Taking it to the Next Level! 12pm – 6pm @ Biltmore Ballroom – Inside of the Sheraton Gateway Hotel, 1900 Sullivan Rd. Atlanta, GA 30337 Hosted by: Core of the Industry University 12pm – 1:15pm -Business 101 Moderated by: David Mitchell – Amalgamation Magazine Karol M. Russell, Esq. (The Russell Law Firm, LLC), Paul W. Gardner Esq, (The Gardner Law Group), Blue Williams (Family Tree Ent), Wayne Williams (Jive), Capriccio Scates (SESAC)


*** Friday – November 12, 2010 1:30pm – 2:45pm Element of the Digital World Moderated by: Steve Raze – Lil Fats (Coast2Coast, Nick Hershe ( Mike Wright ( Big Yu (DigiWaxx), Shalea Johnson (Star Quality/YoRaps), Octavia Bostick (Ballyhoo PR/Freelance Journalist), Simone HorrockS (Affix Music) 3pm – 4:15pm Women Power Panel Moderated by: Neek – MD WHXT Hot 103.9 Deb Antny (Mizay), India Graves (Mizay), Terri Sherman (Sherman Ent./Core DJS), Janie Jennings (Industry Works/Core DJs), Kool Kila (DJ/Earwax Records), Jazzy Joyce, Octavia 4:30 – 6pm DJ Power Panel Moderated by: Amir Boyd – VP Promotions Grand Hustle Tony Neal (Core DJs), DJ Finesse (Core DJs/WJMI), Kaspa Da Don (Hittmen DJs/Zone 4), Buttah Man (MD BET), Bigga Rankin (Cool Runnins DJS/VP A&R CTE), Black Presented by: Akoo Clothing Brand Core DJ Retreat XIII DJ Meet and Greet Mixer 7pm – 9pm @ The Solarium Inside of the Sheraton Gateway Hotel, 1900 Sullivan Rd. Atlanta, GA 30337 Hosted by: VIP Premium Energy Drink


*** Friday – November 12, 2010 10pm-2am @ Club Obsessions 4525 Glenwood Rd. Decatur, GA 30032 Hosted by: More Mix Shows and / The Dirty Boyz (E1 and J- Nicks) Featuring: Jazze Pha, Jasper, Sammie, Diamond (of Crime Mob), LA Tha Boomman, (More artists TBA) (Buses leave Hotel at 9:45pm from the back parking area of the Sheraton Gateway Hotel) —————————————————————————————— ***Saturday November 13, 2010 Registration 10am – 6pm @ Cyprus Room 1st FL. Inside of the Sheraton Gateway Hotel – 1900 Sullivan Rd. Atlanta, GA 30337 Hosted by: Traktor Pro Mimosas in the Morning – Business Women’s Networking - Ladies Only 10am – 1130am TBD Sheraton Gateway Hotel, 1900 Sullivan Rd. Atlanta, GA 30337 Hosted by: Core DJs (Buses leave Hotel at 11:45am from the back parking area of the Sheraton Gateway Hotel) 1pm – 3pm The New West @ The Loft 1374 W. Peachtree St., Atlanta, GA 30309 Hosted by: Stay Tooned Ent. Feat. Dru Down (Buses Leave The Loft at 3PM from front of building) 27

Saturday – November 13, 2010 (Continued) Core Models present the DigiWaxx Pool Party – ATL Style 4pm – 6:30pm @ The Atrium, 5479 Memorial Dr., Stone Mountain, GA 30083 Hosted by: DigiWaxx, Dorrough, Shawnna, Rocko, Shawty Lo and Yung Berg (Buses Leave The Atrium at 6:30pm from the parking lot) New Artist Showcase – Round One 8pm -10pm @ The Biltmore Ballroom Inside of the Sheraton Gateway Hotel, 1900 Sullivan Rd., Atlanta, GA 30337 Coda Da Streetz, Kaze- Kyle-Full Force, Nic Paper, UAN, G.U.N.S., Audio Ology, J’ Ara, Crown World, Lil G (Buses leave Hotel at 10:30pm from the back parking area of the Sheraton Gateway Hotel) Core DJ Retreat Official Weekend Blow Out 11pm -4am @ Mansion Elan 3595 Clairmont Rd., Atlanta, GA 30319 Dipset Reunion Jim Jones, Cam'ron, Juelz Santana, and Freaky Zeeky, Also with: Trina, Coo Coo Cal, Cy Hi the Prince (more artist TBA) (Buses leave Hotel at 10:30pm from the back parking area of the Sheraton Gateway Hotel/ Buses begin returning to Hotel at 3am from parking lot of Mansion. Last bus at 4:15am)


***Sunday – November 14, 2010 New Artist Showcase – Round Two 12 pm – 2pm @ The Biltmore Ballroom Inside of the Sheraton Gateway Hotel 1900 Sullivan Rd., Atlanta, GA 30337 Hosted by: Core DJs The Hoodstarz, Big Shot Ent, Felonious Records, Dreamers Legacy, Young Legend, Smiley Jonez The Core DJ Appreciation Brunch (DJs Only) 3pm – 5pm @ Justin’s 2200 Peachtree Rd NW, Atlanta, GA 30309-1110 Hosted by: Bad Boy/Interscope, Diddy & Dirty Money Bad Boy/The Core DJ's/Ciroc presents the ―Last Train to Paris‖ Core DJs & ‖I am the MC‖ Battle 7pm – 9pm @The Biltmore Ballroom Sheraton Gateway Hotel 1900 Sullivan Rd., Atlanta, GA 30337 Presented by: Othaz Records Prizes include: Cash, Digital Distribution -, Track (By DJ Speedy), Hosted Mixtape by Top Mixtape DJ and Media release on, write up in Hip Hop Weekly and an Email Blast from Digiwaxx. (Buses leave Hotel at 9:30pm from the back parking area of the Sheraton Gateway Hotel) Core DJ’s Ol Skool Skate Party 10pm – 2am @ Cascades Skating Rink, 3335 Martin Luther Jr. SW, Atlanta, GA 30331 (Artist to be announced) @theCoreDJs XXX - After Party 2:30am – 5am @ Pin Ups 2788 E. Ponce De Leon Ave, Decatur, GA 30030 Hosted by: Pinky, Chyanne Jacobs, Vida Valentine, Roxy Reynolds, Gizelle XXX, Aryanna Starr, Codi Bryant, Cherokee, Amile Waters, IndiaXXX, Pebbelz Tha Model, Mya G, BodyXXX, & Stacie Lane. Kapri Styles 29


Strip Club Review: Pin Ups keeps it Poppin‘ by F. Red Some people think of strip clubs as a place where mostly horny men attend to indulge their sexual fantasies. On the contrary, strip clubs can be more like huge parties with great music and good food. They can also be like sports bars where you can watch the game or have good conversation with friends—like a ―Strip Cheers.‖ All walks of women, professionals, couples, athletes, celebrities and even your next door neighbor can be found in the strip club sipping on their favorite drink having a good time. The entertainment provided by the eye candy is just the cherry on top. On a lovely Saturday night, I decided to visit what‘s rumored to be the largest gentlemen‘s club in ATL: Pin Ups, in Decatur. Security was tight; I felt comfortable walking to the front. The entry fee was $15—not bad for a Saturday night. Weekday rates are even lower, and they have $5 dances. I arrived about 11:30pm, but for Pin Ups, that‘s early. The club stays open ‗til 8am Fri – Sun, and that‘s with a complimentary breakfast bar. There‘s a huge pool room, 3 bars, a front and rear VIP section with a large stage that was being worked by some of ATL‘s sexiest women. I spoke with the new manager of Pin Ups who was well suited and professional in demeanor and speech. He stated he worked as the assistant manager under the former owner Terry Stephenson (R.I.P.) for six years who taught him the ―blueprint‖ to running a successful club. He explained, ―Everybody wants a good deal that‘s affordable. We put the clientele first. We don‘t believe in overcharging the customer.‖ When I asked a customer what keeps him coming back, he replied, ―The women here are not your average run of women, and the wait staff looks good, too.‖ I asked the bartender if she thought the death of the former owner affected Pin Ups‘ business. She stated, ���It was slow, but now that it‘s getting cold and women are wearing more clothes, it brings people in. So the murder didn‘t stop shit.‖ [ Background dancer pic: Desire ...You can find her in the A @ PiN Ups ] 31




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