Was founded by Chuck Taylor a.k.a. The Game. This is an organization and corporation that is interested in the primary social development and economic advancement of the Hip Hop (Urban) community, by providing cultural enlightenment via the Art and Entertainment division: Fashion (Apparel) and Music Division (Record Label), by providing community development via Real Estate Investment (Property Ownership), and by providing Gang Intervention (Non Profit organization), and future divisions are expected in this global corporation.
The name "The Black Wall Street" is adopted from the historical Black community of Tulsa Oklahoma. The date was June 1, 1921, when "Black Wall street," the name fittingly given to one of the most affluent all-black communities in America, was bombed from the air and burned to the ground. In a period spanning fewer than 12 hours, a once thriving 36-black business district in northern Tulsa lay smoldering. A model community destroyed, and a major Black economic movement resoundingly defused.
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Known as Greenwood Avenue.
Greenwood Avenue was populated by successful African American families, businesses, hospitals and churches. All this would change on May 31. A young black man was accused of attempting to rape a white woman in a Tulsa elevator. Later, a rumor flew through the community that a lynch party was forming. Several young black men formed a defense party. At the courthouse they encountered a group of white men. Strong words (and some say bullets) were let loose. A pitched gun battle began right there on the spot. Soon, the white rioters forgot about their immediate targets and concentrated on looting and burning Greenwood Avenue. The mayor had to call in the National Guard from Oklahoma City to end the violence. In the aftermath, dozens of people, black and white, were dead. The exact body count is still unknown. Greenwood Avenue was completely gone; burned to the ground. Fortunately, many residents refused to be scared away by the riots, and rebuilt the neighborhood. The scars from the ordeal, however, haunt many African American residents of Tulsa to this day.
Black Wall Street was an African American Holocaust in America that was not included in our history books.
Black Wallstreet is a record label (name was adopted from the historical Black community of Tulsa Oklahoma) in which The Game, former G-Unit member, now current snitch hater, is CEO of. Black Wallstreet music represent the west coast and under Game's label are such up and comming artists as Eastwood, Techniec, G-Malone, Life, and Dj Nu Jersey Devil. Black Wallstreet, Game, and his artists will run the rap game and become what Game would like to consider the modern day N.W.A which he tought G-Unit might be before learning they were a bunch of snitch ass bustas.
Yo son, Black Wallstreet is hype, way better than that G-Unit shit. G-G-G-G-G-G-G-UNOT. 50 Cent, aka Curtis 'Punk Bitch' Jackson can't fuck with Black Wallstreet. The only bad thing he could do is be a punk bitch and snitch on them for whatever but hes a big dumb monkey so he wouldn't know shit to begin with. BLACK WALLSTREET FOR LIFE MOTHA FUCKA!
Black Wall Street is The Game's new record label. It will be part of the Interscope/Aftamath/Shady/G-Unit empire and will specialize in new age west coast gangsta rap.
Yo, Game gonna hook his homies from the corner of Wilmington and Brazil in West side Compton with contracts on Black Wall Street.
founded by "Game" from GUNIT, where as a corporation its duty is to see the advancement of the hip-hop community via clothing companies, record labels, and even real estate. Bloods and Crips can come together and help each other out.
"Yo homie, I gotta go spit some verses, buy some gear, and get a house from black wallstreet."
Black Wall Street orginally began in the Fillmore District in the Bay Area. The Game got the idea of BWS from JT the Bigga Figga when they collaborated in the earlier stages of Game's career.
"He basically ran off with it and acted like he created it, but he got it from me." -JT the Bigga Figga