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Trump’s Feeble Attempt To Swoon Black America

I believe Trump is meeting with people like Steve Harvey, Jim Brown, Kanye West and Martin Luther King Jr. III (Dr. King’s son) in a desperate attempt to prove to Black people that he’s going to do great things for the community.

The Power of Hip Hop Culture

Having used Hip Hop culture as a medium to empower youth for the last 15 years, I’ve seen first hand how mainstream rap impacts young impressionable minds.

Is There A Hidden Agenda Behind the Dallas Shootings

Are certain unseen forces trying to start a race war? Have the racial incidents of the past few months simply been used to gauge public opinion?

Justin Timberlake Isn’t “N’Sync” with Reality

Your arrogance is out of this world. What planet are you living on? What did Jesse Williams’ speech actually inspire you to do?

Something Ain’t Right About Bill Clinton Eulogizing Muhammad Ali

What made Muhammad Ali a true giant wasn’t his undeniable athletic prowess but his unwavering stance against white supremacy and the system that supports it; the very system Clinton and his cronies have always benefited from.

Why Hipsters Need to Stop Writing About Hip Hop Culture

But for now, your youthful delusions give you just enough balls to believe that you can rewrite, remix, rearrange, reshape and redefine Hip Hop, a culture in which you have nothing invested, no matter how much you’ve “studied” it or how large your vinyl collection is.

The Criminalization of Black People – A Billion Dollar Industry

I’ve spent the past few years tirelessly writing about the music industry’s deplorable portrayal of Black people. I’ve verbally attacked record companies, radio stations, TV networks, and executives who profit from Black death and dysfunction.

Commercial Rap: A Pipeline to Prison?

This isn’t an attack on Hip Hop. There are countless new MC’s, despite being lesser known then their commercial counterparts, who are creative, insightful and keep Hip Hop alive

How Black Music Was Neutralized

In the late 70’s, the term “Black Music” was slowly being replaced with “Urban Music”. Going further, Black Music Departments at various labels across the nation were renamed Urban Music Departments. The industry, focusing on profit over culture, reasoned that this name-change would make Black music easier to market to mainstream audiences.

Baltimore, Media Propaganda and How to Make White People Feel Comfortable

In typical fashion, mainstream media has brushed aside the human element and deeply troubling cause of the unrest, choosing to sensationalize looting and property damage instead.