White folks didn’t just start becoming suspicious of black men in the age of hip-hop! They were locking their car doors, clutching their purses and crossing the street before hip-hop was a twinkle in The Last Poet’s eye!
What does it take for a black man to be considered armed and dangerous? Not much.
If you feel like Big Brother is watching, they are.
channel ORANGE–One Year Later.
Jay-Z Proves He’s the King of the Game
#NewerRules: 6 Creative Ways To Promote Music In The Future
The following was originally published on RIAA.com. By now, many of us in the music business, as well as Jay-Z fans, know that Samsung has purchased one million “Magna Carta Holy Grail” digital albums to be given away to the phone maker’s customers. It is a novel and creative marketing move and it has rightly… Read more »
EDITORIAL – THE N-WORD: HISTORY’S MASTER OF ILLUSION
CAN LIL WAYNE HELP FIGHT THE POWER IN 2013?
DID YOU KNOW?: BIGOTS WON A MAJOR VICTORY TODAY!
The Trayvon Martin trial started yesterday (June 24) in controversy, from the bizarre knock-knock joke from George Zimmerman’s lawyer, to the judge’s ruling that Martin’s parents will be allowed attend the trial. There aren’t many networks airing the entire feed without a barrage of commercials, along with opinions and comments from various talking heads. Watch… Read more »
CRACK MUSIC: WHAT HAPPENED TO HIP-HOP?
It was my senior year of high school. A hot Memorial Day weekend, May 26, 1993. My cousin and I went to a see it at a theater that has long since closed down, The Americana. Patrons were being waved down with security wands, scanned for guns. It was an inconveinece that we didn’t even… Read more »
The views and opinions expressed herein are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of AllHipHop.com On May 23, 2000, thirteen years ago today, Eminem’s second major-label album, The Marshall Mathers LP, was released. I was a thirteen-year-old and in seventh grade at the time. I’ll never forget how much of… Read more »