HHF Opinion: Can Hip Hop Die?

Written by James “Nobodee Jones” Horton   It’s a funny thing, me being an atypical cat, Midwest rural born and southern deep fried upbringing. I been into hip-hop music since the era of the fat boys back in the gap. Over time I have seen the good bad and ugly.  There are artist that I […]

HHF Editor’s Letter

Note from the HHF editorial team June 2016 Hi, we’re currently working hard at Hip Hop Forum digital magazine to create a new era publication that embraces hip-hop culture in its purest, realest form; while also reflecting community issues and containing a new writers development program. Coming up soon, interviews with non-profits in the US; […]

Personal Response: Officer Nero judgement, Freddie Gray trial By Omi Muhammad

Personal response Article about the Officer Nero judgement, the officer involved in the Freddie Gray trial. Written by: Omi Muhammad   May 23, 2016 11:13 AM CBS Alert reads “Baltimore Officer Acquitted in Freddie Gray Case”. My phone screen goes from red to blue and back to red again. I knew that it was due to a […]

Personal Response: Officer Nero judgement, Freddie Gray trial By Omi Muhammad

Personal response Article about the Officer Nero judgement, the officer involved in the Freddie Gray trial. Written by: Omi Muhammad   May 23, 2016 11:13 AM CBS Alert reads “Baltimore Officer Acquitted in Freddie Gray Case”. My phone screen goes from red to blue and back to red again. I knew that it was due to a […]

HHF Profile Interview: Changa Onyango, Executive Director at Community Mediation, Baltimore, Speaks following Officer Nero acquittal in Freddie Gray trial

As part of its community focus, Hip Hop Forum Digital Magazine reached out to Mr Changa Onyango, Executive Director at Community Mediation to hear how people in West Baltimore felt about the Officer Nero decision on May 23rd where he was acquitted of all charges over his involvement in the death of Freddie Gray in […]