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Album Review: Snoop Dogg’s ‘Bible of Love’

Hi Folks! It’s Miss Parker again with another album review. From notoriety as the realest thug in LBC to pimpin’ in the 213; Snoop Dogg has become the most legendary name in Hip Hop. As a Chinese Monk who Snoop Dogg is and I bet he will twist up his fingers. We all know Calvin Broadus as the crip that …

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Young Black musicians you should know about

Written by: Cailin Wimberly Here are some young black entrepreneurs grinding their way through the streets. Underrated rappers who are killing the rap scene. These underground rappers come from Los Angeles and will be soon be taking over. G.Cinco aka The Bag chaser is an artist with a purpose, repping Compton and he is making big moves this year. Owner …

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Black Panther Soundtrack Review via Miss Parker

Download file | Play in new window Allow me to probably introduce myself. My name is Brittney Parker but I naturally go by Miss Parker. I like Hip Hop. I like music and I love content. Between all the good songs in rotation on the airwaves to Apple Music suggesting new singles, I have a huge respect for artist and …

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The Gospel of Slim Jesus: Drill Music, Appropriation, and Authenticity

Written By: Kev Morris Let me start off by saying this, Slim Jesus this isn’t your fault. You aren’t to blame for the mass appropriation of a genre of music that has penetrated middle America. I’m not quite sure of your background, you may have grown up in some unfavorable circumstances seeing how you are from Ohio and there are …

Food 4 Thought: Situationships

By: C. Nash 4 the People Dysfunctional marriages that manage to last for 30, 40, or 50 years and even longer seem to be an American tradition that is almost extinct in practice. The 80s and 90s introduced the commercialization of mainstream divorce to the masses and things haven’t been the same within our family structures since. The dating scene …

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“Straight Outta Compton” A Film Review by the Hub Radio

“Straight Outta Compton” A Film Review by the Hub Radio By C. Nash 4 that People The story of N.W.A. was never really supposed to go mainstream and become a phenomena. Gangsta Rap in itself was supposed to fade out as well. Instead, we have been living in the aftermath of waves made by Eazy-E, Dr. Dre, and Ice Cube …

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Racially Baiting N.W.A.

Written by: Darbrielle Thomas The opening night is upon us for the highly anticipated re-telling of popular 80s and 90s rap group N.W.A., Straight Outta Compton, that depicts the lives of rappers Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, Eazy-E, DJ Yella, and MC Ren and how the group came to be. As it appears, the premiere of this movie should be a joyous …