By Dymond Mumford The wait is finally over. Last night Kash, from Kinston, NC, released the highly anticipated version of Bryson Tiller’s ‘Exchange.’ With various metaphors in the song, Kash definitely has another hit under his belt. Listen to the song below and let us know your thoughts. Did he kill the verse or no?
By Dymond Mumford Our mothers are normally are biggest supporters in our dreams. From wanting to be a news anchor to starting a jewelry line, our mothers are usually the ones who tell us to keep pushing. Founder and owner of the self-made jewelry line Cherné Altovise, hosted a brunch to honor mothers with special […]
By Aaron Ball For years now, Fabolous always managed to stay relevant in the rap and the fashion game. The man has about every nostalgic throwback jersey from, Calvin Cambridge’s jersey from Like Mike to Will Smith’s Bel-Air Academy jersey in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. Now, Fab has teamed up with sock maker Odd […]
By Jazz Milligan South Philadelphia is getting some new medical facilities on May 9 with help from the city and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. The building, named South Philadelphia Community Health and Literacy Center, cost the city, and the Children’s Hospital, $45.2 million and is set to be located at Morris and Broad. The […]
By Ngozi Nwanji A collaboration between Andre 3000 and Kid Cudi is possibly in the works. In a Billboard interview back in January, 3000 mentioned that he was a fan of Cudi’s latest album “Speedin’ Bullet 2 Heaven”. Travis Barker added more speculation of a 3000 and Cudi collaboration in an interview where he talked […]
By Miya Jones Fans were outraged after Lauryn Hill arrived more than two hours late to her Atlanta concert. Hill was scheduled to perform at Chastain Park Amphitheatre at 8 p.m., but instead showed up at. To add to the upset, Hill’s sound was cut off 40 minutes into her performance. The sound was cut […]
By Miya Jones Forbes recently released their list for the top five richest rappers. The list is not surprising as it features artists who have launched clothing lines, sold millions of records and made major deals that helped skyrocket them to the next level. Starting off the list at number five is Toronto’s very own […]
By Aaron Ball This mural right here happens to be one of my favorites because it teaches young males of color to hold on to their dreams as well as hope. The mural was Inspired by President Obama’s nationwide My Brother’s Keeper Community Challenge. Building Brotherhood: Engaging Males of Color, is a new initiative that […]