I began this mini-series of posts in honor of Black History month with some ruminations on why I love hip-hop and how I think it differentiates itself from other musical genres. I think this very […]
I would not exactly consider this hip-hop. It sounds more like spoken poetry over some light jazz to my ears, sort of like the last post with Wu Revolution. But either way, I think this […]
“You see what we did, we lost the love/ I’m talking bout the love/ The love of your own…” “The revolution, the revolution will be televised, televised… It’s time to rise, and take our place […]
In honor of Black History month, I’d like to round out the month of February with some (thought provoking, of course) rap and hip-hop from African American artists. But before we send out a few […]
Ab-soul dropped this gem on Monday. Line after line, he serves us with food for thought, inviting us to question religion and how men think about and treat women. In a genre such as hip-hop, […]
The beginning to a fantastic story about control in the form of hip-hop.