Posts Tagged: EDUTAINMENT

DJ Skee

The One Hit Song Lupe Fiasco Was Forced To Make

By AJ | 40 Comments

Talks relationships with Kanye and Jay.

Civil Rights Movement

On My Dad, Freedom Summer And The Infinite Beauty Of Borrowed Time

By David D. | 26 Comments

Reflecting on my father's Freedom Summer experience 50 years later.

Crime And Punishment

A Proclamation From The Black Delegation In Regards To O.J. Simpson

By David D. | 38 Comments

WHEREAS Most Black people never really even gave a s*** about OJ in the first place.

EDUTAINMENT

Rap Genius Co-Founder Mahbod Maghadam Resigns Over Santa Barbara Shooting Comments

By AJ | 8 Comments

Maghadam penchant for crass remarks finally catches up with him.

Chris Carroll

Tupac’s Last Words Were Classic Tupac

By Gotty™ | 30 Comments

A Las Vegas cop reveals the legendary rapper's supposed final words.

Ben Shepard

Meet The Man Endorsing Kanye For Mayor Of Chicago

By Ryan J. | 17 Comments

A Chicago artist believes Yeezy is the only person who could challenge Rahm Emanuel in 2015.

Beats By The Pound

Sound Breakdown: Craig B’s “Hot Boys and Girls”

By Darius Sinclair™ | 3 Comments

Beat By The Pound made some classics. Here is one of those hidden gems.

Connie Mitchell

Sound Breakdown: DJ Toomp’s “Can’t Tell Me Nothing”

By Darius Sinclair™ | 17 Comments

Much like the pink polo, Kanye somehow managed to be street with no thuggery at all. For that, Toomp deserves a share of the credit.

#‎BringBackOurGirls

On Solange, #BringBackOurGirls And The High Horse To Nowhere

By David D. | 38 Comments

I'm a human being with a mostly-functioning brain. Which means I have the ability to think about two things over the course of a day. It's a perk of evolution.

Apple

Dr. Dre Offered Keys To Compton, So What Should He Do With Them?

By AJ | 27 Comments

It's time for the producer and businessman to give back to the community that raised him.

EDUTAINMENT

The Top 10 Things About Spike Lee’s ‘Crooklyn’ The Kid In Us Can All Relate To

By TSSCrew | 25 Comments

Twenty years ago today, Spike Lee released what is arguably the quintessential family movie of the Hip-Hop era with his 1994 flick. We reminisce.

Afeni Shakur

Hear Tupac’s Music Done Broadway-Style With A Sneak Peek Into ‘Holler If Ya Hear Me’ Musical

By TSSCrew | 2 Comments

Have an early look and listen to the music from the stage adaptation of 'Pac's music.





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