"War on Black Bodies" is a modern day "What's Going On?;" far more politically incorrect, militant and pointed, the track takes aim at institutional racism and police brutality. H Rap calls a spade a spade. Though it does not completely encompass his range, it speaks to his consciousness. Philadelphia native, H Rap's decry, "turned on the tv to war on black bodies" stops short of any further description but still calls to mind chilling images of Eric Garner being choked, Mike Brown with his… Continue
Conceived by a teenage mother Ka’Ron had to cope with the absence of his father early losing him to gun violence before he was even old enough to take his first steps. he would instantly become very close…
Public Enemy has raised more than $50,000 in funding from over 700 fans to finance the recording of their next studio album. The announcement comes two after signing with fan-financed recording site SellaBand.
As previously reported, P.E. is leading a new… Continue
From BallerStatus.com -- VH1 are showing more and more love to the genre of hip-hop these days. In addition to their annual Hip-Hop Honors ceremony, in which the network honors legends in the game, they are set to count down hip-hop's best songs with a special series of episodes dubbed "VH1 100 Greatest Hip-Hop Songs."
The episodes began Monday (September 29) with… Continue
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"i can see the business side though 100 million for a clothes line that looks like its worth1 dollar and a couple stops to a dirty thirft store. Kanye trying to pocket 100 mill. and make everyone else look like they havent had a meal."
"This is a first-class fail!! kanye gay a** trying get an additional 100 million for people to look like homeless hobo jedi and sh*t. I wouldnt pay one penny for any of his stuff but i hope someone pays him to keep his gay homeless ideas to himself!!"
"U mad cuz I hustled harder than u? Ya I sold weed x yayo cooked my own Crack stole cars lots of em anything I could get my hands on. I grew up in a very poor black part of toronto and I'm sure it was no different than however u grew up.…"