I’ve been a fan of battle rap since my early teens. My official introduction was Cassidy vs. Freeway (I heard the battle on a mixtape), which was later
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When Jay-Z announced last week his entertainment company Roc Nation was partnering with the NFL, he received a mixed response from the public. Some championed the
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Don Trip’s Randy Savage is filled with clever wordplay, bass-ridden production, and memorable excerpts of one of pro wrestling’s most sensational stars. The 10-track mixtape’s
Photo by Larry Kuzniewski Being a black man in the Southern region of America, a place where slavery and segregation flourished for more than a