When Biggie Smalls is nearly banished from Bed-Stuy, the writing is on the wall. An outside mural dedicated in 2015 to the deceased hip-hop icon and Brooklyn native Notorious B.I.G. barely avoided permanent removal last month after the building’s landlord threatened to do away with it for major renovations. Consider it another anecdote in America’s urban makeover. […]
This is the artist 13 – Former Homeless U.S. Army Vet. Nice to meet you! All I ask is that you play this song I made by pressing play on the top banner and read what I have to say down below. I am living a very hard life, especially as a foster child that […]
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#HIPHOP4JUSTICE PRESENTS •MOVEMENT MUSIC• A Tribute2TheMartyrs [Free14 Track Mixtape] #Justice4MarioWoods http://media.rapstation.com/wavePlayer/waveplay/source/mediaPlayer.php?id=916 …
An Ode, to the Beauty of the Black Female,… How many can you name?
Music video by Common performing Letter To The Free. (C) 2016 Def Jam Recordings, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc. (ARTium Recordings) http://vevo.ly/We8zh4
The Watts Prophets poets and World’s longest performing “Rap” group from Watts, Los Angeles, California, were the first Rap artist to publish the common law trademark word “Rappin™” on an album, establishing the global title of the new American art form called “Rap”. Anthony ‘Amde’ Hamilton, a true Father of Rap music was taught […]