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The duo that makes up Black Seed blend smooth vocals and rhymes in their latest mixtape release “Something New”. Originally hailing from New Orleans, and currently based out of Tallahassee, Florida, they’ve been cooking up music for the past several months. “Something New” takes you
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
Nijah goes in on women promoting the single mother lifestyle and says “its nothing to gloat about”. Its no secret that there is a modern single mother culture in the US where single mothers are coming up off government benefits. On the other side of
After you’ve seen The Birth Of A Nation it is crucial that you watch the The Birth Of A Nation Decoded video via Black News 102. Specifically at 27:40, when Red Pill begins to break down cognitive dissonance which is the mental stress or discomfort experienced by an
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
Check out J. Kelly’s new visual “Legendary.” His most recent album “Controlled Substance” is available now on iTunes.
Historian and Film Producer of the Hidden Colors Series Tariq Nasheed talks about how protesters have been infiltrated by agents. These agents are the people you see on the mainstream news destroying property and throwing things at police. Agents have one goal: to disrupt peaceful
In Hip-Hop we hear a lot from the masculine energy, its good to get the divine feminine perspective.