2/26/19 O&A NYC INSPIRATIONAL TUESDAY: Nike – Dream Crazier

Nike is set to televise a new Dream Crazy campaign during the 2019 Oscars.From track to basketball, the one-minute clip features moving sequences of boundary-pushing female athletes across diverse sports.Powerfully narrated by Serena Williams. Continue reading

1/2/19 O&A NYC WITH WaleStylez SPORT REVIEW: Roger Federer Defeats Serena Williams in Historic Hopman Cup Match

By Adewale Adekanbi Jr

It was a mixed-doubles contest, Roger Federer and Belinda Bencic versus Serena Williams and Frances Tiafoe. The match-up between two of the best in the world was quite spectacular.

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12/6/17 O&A NYC THE MORNING FUNNIES: Jamie Foxx Serenades Serena Williams At The ESPY Awards – Tennis Ball

Host Jamie Foxx serenades tennis player Serena Williams with an original song called ‘Tennis Ball’ on stage at the 12th Annual ESPY Awards held at the Kodak Theatre on July 14, 2004 in Hollywood, California.
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2/13/17 O&A NYC WITH WaleStylez VIDEO: New Nike Message- Equality And Opportunity

By Adewale Adekanbi Jr.

Airing tonight during the Grammy is featuring Nike’s powerful and serious new advertisement that sends a message regarding opportunity and discrimination.  Continue reading

12/22/15 O&A NYC Inspirational Tuesday: Serena Williams accepts 2015 Sportsperson of the Year Award

Inspirational Tuesday

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Tennis goddess Serena Williams, 34, is ending 2015 with an impressive resume. This year alone she completed her second “Serena Slam,” released her new HSN statement collection at New York Fashion Week, showed off her incredible strength and beauty by posing (almost) nude in Pirelli’s 2016 calendar and, on Tuesday, December 15, awarded the high honor of becoming Sports Illustrated’s 2015 Sportsperson of the Year. Williams, the first solo female athlete to win the award in thirty-two years (since 1983), gave a moving acceptance speech encouraging female athletes everywhere to push their limits and be the “best you can be.”  Continue reading