Black men have to step up even though historic dangers are still very clear and very present.
Cornell Dews examines the energy that Lyor Cohen has now for Damon Dash vs the 1990's Dame Dash.
Mental Health & Hip-Hop go hand in hand and a recent panel with Pharoahe Monch & Felonious Munk expands on it all.
While people digest "Nasir," here are some sobering thoughts on Nas, Hip-Hop and gentrification.
Some members of the AllHipHop Team gathered round the media fire and talked Kanye West.
Is America turning into a nation of cowards, bullying out of fear?
Jason Pollock rides for Michael Brown in "Stranger Fruit" AND explains why Kanye West is so very dangerous. That too.
Phillip J. Roundtree talks XXX and the need to remove the stigma attached to mental health in urban communities.
It may seem crazy, but times have changed. Has the capital of Hip-Hop changed as well?