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In Her Own Words: Rapsody on “That’s what its all about”

Rapsody is available on iTunes. (Check out the stellar new Netflix docu-series, Rapture)   “It’s crazy to think, with, you know, like, the face of the free world right now with our current administration and how he’s taken that freedom of expression away from our press. You know, that’s like saying you can’t record music…

In His Own Words: Jay-Z on unconditional love

Jay-Z’s 4:44 on Tidal.     “Mama had four kids, but she’s a lesbian/Had to pretend so long that she’s a thespian/Had to hide in the closet, so she medicate/Society shame and the pain was too much to take/Cried tears of joy when you fell in love/Don’t matter to me if it’s a him or…

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In His Own Words: KRS One – Definition of Hip Hop

KRS-One on iTunes.   “Hip is to know, it’s a form of intelligence. To be hip is to be update and relevant. Hop is a form of movement, you can’t just observe a hop, you gotta hop up and do it. Hip and hop is more than music  Hip is the Knowledge, hop is the…

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Snoop Dogg Lavender Clown Ronald Klump

Snoop Dogg exercising his freedom of speech or inciting violence. by Walter Price   N.W.A., Ice-T, John Mellencamp, and many more music artists have had problems with ‘authority’ and have immortalized these frustrations in song. In the cases of N.W.A. and Ice-T, things got a little out of hand. You see, people in charge have this…