J. Kelly is an artist who jumps at the opportunity to represent not only his community, but also represent the culture. Florida State University’s Sociology of Hip Hop professor Dr. Lisa Munson Weinberg, in partnership with Garages on Gaines, hosted a Hip Hop showcase that
Born in the north, raised south, this eighties baby named, Sand Man da Black Ghost cultivated his charismatic sound and the energetic spirit of the Sand Man. He infuses his smooth southern cadence with clever word play and silver tongue punch lines to deliver nostalgic feeling of
A powerful build on the past, present, and future of the State of Hip-Hop by our brother Red Pill on Black News 102. Red Pill gives us an interesting perspective on the current state of Hip-Hop. He goes on to say that we are back
Another great build with Red Pill, DJ Elektra Rose, and Rich. They discuss the disappearance of ‘Big Mama’ in our neighborhood and families, Black Women, and Social Media. Red Pill goes on to describe how the “crack era destroyed big mamas”. What do you think
Artists today are looking for unique fire beats to showcase their talent. Well, look no further. Flowbass.com has a feature of new and eclectic beats ranging from Hip-Hop, R&B to new-age electronic sounds. You can check out the selection of beats by clicking on the
Motown Gospel recording artist Royce Lovett sits down with Hip Hop Culture TV to discuss his experience in the music business, his spiritual journey, and his EP Love Wins as he gears up for his upcoming US tour. The Tallahassee, FL native blends soulful melodies and
I’ve been looking for some fire music with a conscious message to feature ever since I launched this site a few weeks ago. Thanks to producer Koolie Lakool, a friend from high school who is now on his way to being a super producer, I have
At this point it’s getting ridiculous, old heads beefing with the young boys but is that not the lifestyle they chose? This Meek Mill and Beanie Siegel beef forces me to wonder – what happened to the code? Was there ever a code?