Hip-Hop, as it exists today, is constantly pushing its creative boundaries, while still retaining its historical ties as a culture that started out in the park. 503 more words
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“They say, ‘the rich get richer'; so why aren’t we richer?
Could it be; we’re still thinking like niggas?!”
BLACK MEN!---AMERIKKKA IS NO COUNTRY FOR BLACK MEN!- ANY PLACE IS BETTER THAN AMERIKKKA PLANTATION!- COME BACK TO AFRICA! BE BLACK AND FREE IN THE MOTHERLAND!-NO PRISON AND DEATH FOR YOU!- -FROM EBONY.COM
KRS-One, one of my top-five MCs, said something in his 2003 Ruminations essay collection that always resonated with me:
“We helped to make America great, so why can’t we help to make another country great? 1,340 more words
Today is the birthday of former Black Panther Mumia Abu-Jamal. His health has been failing, and he was in a state of diabetic shock recently, as… 843 more words
KRS-One dropped knowledge on the culture of Hip-Hop in this interview with Jonathan Gasana.
He dove into the deep history that played a great role in the development of the internationally popular musical genre and cultural practice, dating back to the days of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. 121 more words