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This week, Big Sean hosted the first annual DON Weekend in his hometown of Detroit, Michigan. In a city where gentrification in the communities are stripping away the culture of the city, Big Sean made it his point to bring that good ole' Detroit feeling back. The DON (Detroit's On Now) Weekend featured several days of... Continue Reading →
" What is the state of the music industry at this point?", David Letterman asked as he sat across from music mogul Jay-Z during his first episode of his new Netflix interview series "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction". "Artist need to make forever music", stated Jay-Z. Over the course of this 58-minute interview, which... Continue Reading →
To Be Black in America! Oh what this means to me? You see its bigger than me. Being black in America is the struggle between defining your African roots and trying to identify with the spaces around you. Its the discussion of being from the African diaspora and coming to terms with the fact... Continue Reading →
There are only two animated/visually enticing films that I have ever seen that depict the life of a "terrestrial character" in a way that excited me, thats James Cameron's Avatar and Marvel Studio's Black Panther. Let me preface this by saying, I am not a huge Marvel fan, so my opinion is not biased nor... Continue Reading →
Source: Suzi Pratt / Getty Quincy Jones is like the uncle who’s been around for years of family drama and he just sits on the tea waiting for the right time to spill it. On Wednesday, the legend literally told all, and them some, in a new interview with Vulture magazine. In the candid convo,… via... Continue Reading →
" I represent the S-O, S-O, D-E-F, M-O-B, thats me, JD, Brat, JE, so please believe." The successes of Jermaine Dupri became the epicenter of southern hip hop, 25 years ago. So So Def was established in 1993, as the brain-child of Jermaine Dupri, the son of a music executive at Columbia Records, Michael Mauldin,... Continue Reading →
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