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You Could Learn Valuable Lessons From N.O.R.E.’s Video ‘Scared Money’ Feat. Meek Mill & Pusha T

N.O.R.E. has released a new video for his banger “Scared Money” featuring verses from Pusha T and Meek Mill. When I saw it was featured on WSHH I automatically assumed is was filled with all of the elements that embarrasses my pigmentation and urges me to check “Other” on my Census form. However, when I… Read more »

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Hip-Hop: Home of the Brave

Hip-Hop andAmerica– they’ve almost become synonymous these days for the unapologetic pursuit of happiness (a.k.a. the American dream) that’s fostered in their patrons. While some may argue that Hip-Hop’s sentiments which rage against the establishment are anti-American, others stand convinced thatAmericais diametrically opposed to Hip-Hop as well. Yet, in reality, they’ve come to represent the… Read more »

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Joe Paterno, Herman Cain, Men, Sex, and Power

Joe Paterno. Herman Cain. Penn State football. Presidential campaigns. Men. Sex. Power. Women. Harassed. Children. Abused. These are some of the hash tags that have tweeted through my mind nonstop, these past several days, as multiple sexual harassment charges have been hurled at Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain; as Jerry Sandusky, former defensive coordinator for… Read more »

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Occupy Hip-Hop: A Video Manifesto

With all this talk of “Occupation” across the globe lately, AllHipHop.com editorial contributor, TRUTH Minista Paul Scott, has had some choice words for and about the Hip-Hop community and music industry. Check his latest – a video declaring his official “Occupy Hip-Hop Manifesto”: What are your thoughts? Need more info? Read up here on TRUTH… Read more »

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Why Soulja Boy’s Arrest Should Cause Alarm

Although I have never been a fan of Soulja Boy’s music, I have been an enthusiastic supporter of the infectious entrepreneurial, “do-it-yourself” spirit he has instilled amongst his legion of fans – the majority of which belong to Generation Z, “The Net Generation.” With fame, and the rapid rise of DeAndre Way’s career, however, he… Read more »

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Get Ready! Election Day 2012 Could Be a Déjà Vu of Election Day 2000

Election Day 2008 was the night the course of American politics changed, as people withstood long lines, the weather, and continued rumors about voting etiquette and policies, to vote the first African-American into office—President Barack Obama. And in 2000, there was a ton of controversy over the lawfulness of the election – and especially the… Read more »

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