Malik Thomas

If we were to break down the levels or layers of gifted individuals, and then put them in order of Dedication, Hard-working, Self-confidence and Creative, we would be looking at a natural born talent. Whether it’s audio or visual, their artistic side is second nature and they excel and achieve greatness, but more importantly is

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THE BIZ – Marcel Theo Hall

There’s nothing that compares to “The Golden Age of Rap and Hip Hop”. For those who were there from the very beginning, can easily recognize how its structure was built. The Mics,Turntables and lyrics were the bonding agent that held together the young women, men and even a kid named (Chi Ali). These new fresh

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A Tribute to Earl Simmons

The word Peace means: The freedom for another or oneself. To be able and have the ability to speak, think and live-in harmony. More importantly is, having the freedom to live your life as you see fit and try your best not to hurt others. It must be without the fear of someone or something

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A tribute to Bashar Barakah Jackson

Let There Be Light By: T Ursula Green If you are familiar with the term “Rise From The Ashes” then you know that it is from Greek Mythology. It symbolizes a type of bird, known as the Phoenix. The Phoenix will leave behind its old self and then without warning, comes back Renewed, Powerful and

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DoGG POUND’S KURUPT

Hip hop is a time capsule that continues to add a variety of talented individuals. Do you remember when West Coast rap was marking its territory? well it had to have been in the early to mid-1980s. One group that comes to mind and made their mark was (The World Class Wreckin’ Cru.)

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Benny Pough

JOURNEY The Footsteps of Benny Pough By T Ursula Green I have a question, Does anyone know what steps we need, in order to utilize the power and seriousness of three simple words? These are the words that will often hold us accountable by Chance, Change and Challenge. I’m sure that you’re wondering what those

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THE ICONIC KEITH MURRAY

RISE FROM THE UNDERGROUND Article By: T. Ursula Green When you think of Hip hop, it remains a reminder and picturesque memory of a place in time. The place will always be none other than the “Boogie Down Bronx” and a Jamaican-American young man named Clive Campbell. Mr. Campbell is known to many as DJ

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