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30 Mar 2016

Stars x Cold Medina | New Music

Vagabond MC, Cold Medina has just released “Stars”, a new feel giving his explanation of why he grinds and shines.  A vagabond is a person wandering from place to place without any settled home.  A nomad.  Cold Medina is traveling from city to city shining like a star.  He’s currently shining

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26 Mar 2016

Dealing With “Jungle Fever” in 2016 | MUST WATCH!!

I came across this video by Grace Salvánt on Facebook.  Within the first few minutes of watching, you will get caught in the emotional testimony of a black queen struggling with an irresistible attraction to a white man.  Read the back story below. #EraceTheHate Dear “William”, Just know it wasn’t

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26 Mar 2016

Before I’m Gone x T.Evin$ |

West Palm Beach native T.Evin$ recently dropped a new record adding to the anticipation of his Black Alien Hippie EP.  “Before I’m Gone” is just brief explanation of T.Evin$ dedication to music in song.  Word on the street, a music video may be dropping for this one real soon.  Make sure

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23 Mar 2016

Tribe Called Quest Founder, Phife Dawg, Dies At Age 45

Phife Dawg has left his place on earth to watch over the game from the hip hop heavens.  Malik Taylor, aka Phife Dawg, was born November 20th, 1970 and became one of the founders of the legendary hip hop group A Tribe Called Quest.  Phife grew up best friends with group

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22 Mar 2016

Heart Core Networking Affair in Miami – Thursday (Mar 24)

HEART CORE is a grassroots networking affair for creatives and innovators — organized by Miami-based artists. Wrapped in art of all kinds, HEART CORE features community leader groups and gives them the spotlight to present their current projects and future initiatives. The Waking Hearts artists supply creativity and production. They

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22 Mar 2016

Catching Bucket Crabs x Clark Roosevelt | #YoureNotHip

Clark Roosevelt is one of Kansas City, Missouri’s most distinguished underground artists.  His poetic influence makes his sound stand out in a room full of rappers.  Clark is always keeping it conscious, but oh so cool.  The stories in his music relate to almost any inner city in America.  AND

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