Monthly Archives October 2017

NEW BLUE EYED SOUL: RAG’N’BONE 2 POST MALONE feat. ZZ Ward

NEW BLUE EYED SOUL: RAG’N’BONE 2 POST MALONE feat. ZZ Ward

Racism is alive and casting lots of un-wellness among the people of our nation. While millions find it hard to believe… “Stay Woke,” as it’s when one is blind that ye suffers most. Through it all – racism then and now – multi-millions come together through music…

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5 MAVERICKS IN MUSIC: The Weeknd, Khaled, Lamar, Montana & Future!

5 MAVERICKS IN MUSIC: The Weeknd, Khaled, Lamar, Montana & Future!

The Weeknd, DJ Khaled, Kendrick Lamar, French Montana and Future are among the biggest names in music today. The backgrounds of these five men are as diverse, as various genres of music, yet they’re all ‘King(s) of Pop’ music and culture.

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HIP-HOP: OLD TO THE NEW feat. A Tribe Called Quest & Aminé

HIP-HOP: OLD TO THE NEW feat. A Tribe Called Quest & Aminé

A Tribe Called Quest and Aminé dropped my two favorite albums in hip-hop this year! Sure I’m feeling Jay-Z’s “4:44,” Kendrick Lamar’s “Damn,” and Rhapsody’s “Laila’s Wisdom,” however when reaching for rap to listen to…

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A Reggae Legacy: Damian Marley’s Stony Hill

A Reggae Legacy: Damian Marley’s Stony Hill

“Life is full of ups and downs… the carousels of love. Good times, bad times, smiles and frowns… Don’t give up on me…,” are words uttered by Damian Marley on his latest release “Stony Hill.” His 6th album, his brother Stephen joins him, on the songs “Medication,” “Grown & Sexy,” and “Perfect Picture.”

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THE 45th’s ORANGE AID PERSISTS – ‘The Delusional Pt.2’

THE 45th’s ORANGE AID PERSISTS – ‘The Delusional Pt.2’

Despite the ongoing racist rhetoric, lies, homophobic actions and misogynistic manner of a sexual predator posing as a Christian that occupies our White House, millions that voted for him still support and glorify his actions. This of course can only mean, that the steadfast supporters, are just as despicable or delusional as he is.

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Funky Turns 40: Black Character Revolution At The August Wilson Center

Funky Turns 40: Black Character Revolution At The August Wilson Center

Funky Turns 40: Black Character Revolution – Exhibition Results From The August Wilson Center For African American Culture.

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