A Humble Soul takes a look into the life and music of respected Brooklyn rapper AZ during this installment of “Chapters.” Don’t forget to like,
Three Powerful Tips for Overcoming Distractions
Distractions are a part of life. Whether in the form of people, certain mishaps, social media notifications, text message alerts, they’re pretty much inevitable.
Remembering Outkast’s ATLiens
One of the Atlanta duo’s most popular records, “Elevators” appeared on Outkast’s sophomore album ATLiens. The album, which celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2016, was a defying, conscious, spiritual and reflective effort.
One of a Kind: Taxstone
Fearless. Intelligent. Funny. Unapologetically honest. Taxstone was a breath of fresh air to both the podcast game and hip-hop culture.
Worth Checking Out: Cyhi The Prynce’s No Dope on Sundays
It’s been a long time coming for Cyhi The Prynce. G.O.O.D. Music’s very own has been consistently dropping dope efforts for nearly a decade, but it seems like he’s just now getting his proper recognition.
Wait, it’s Thanksgiving already?
Shaking my head. I must be getting old. To keep it real, this year has been bittersweet for me. I’ve been unemployed, lost several family members, snagged a new gig, moved to a new state and developed a greater understanding of faith. Yep, and then some.
The Struggles of the Black Race
Being a black man in the Southern region of America, a place where slavery and segregation flourished for more than a century, can be quite troublesome at times. I know this firsthand.
The Bittersweet World of Online Commenting
The uprising of social media and the allure of anonymity have made it easier for people to voice their opinions. But, at times, these opinions can be a little farfetched, disrespectful, or completely off-topic.
Yo Gotti – I Am
It’s been more than a decade since North Memphis-bred lyricist Yo Gotti dropped his underground debut album From Da Dope Game to The Rap Game. And the artistic growth that he’s managed to acquire over the years following its release manifests significantly on his sixth album, I Am.