HHF Opinion: Manslaughter; We have a charge, will there be a conviction? 

Perhaps good old America is coming to its senses, realizing that it’s not (never, ever was) acceptable for police officers to use deadly force against situations that don’t call for such.

HHF September

Mixing it up for this month, an interview with NTG – half of the quintessential Philly ‘power couple’ by Big Momma ‘Miz’ and a portfolio of hip-hop inspired paintings by Delaware’s Alim Smith, specially chosen by the artist for Hip Hop Forum digital magazine. Up next, Warnell Jones speaks to Ajawavi Ajavon, who set up […]

HHF Report: Hip Hop Festivals (September, 2016)

Written by Vince Comegys-Davis Dear Hip Hop, While you are a part of our everyday lives, it has been a while since we have had a conversation. From the beginning you have been a best friend to many, touched the souls of the world and have helped us through tough times. You have evolved with […]

HHF Opinion: The police shooting of Korryn Gaines and the Sovereign Citizen movement

Written by Big Momma ‘Miz’ On August 1st, 23 year-old Korryn Gaines was fatally shot by police during a stand-off (when holding her son who was also injured). Unlike other recent police shootings of Black Americans, the community reaction was muted: there were no street marches, no vigils, no riots and protests. Some claimed that this lack […]

HHF Opinion: New Rap Style (if you call it that!)?

Written by Nobodee Jones The death of the lyricist Is a reality that has the nerve of hip hop heads and hip hop culture irked. The cats that laid this ish down, right? See this is where my opinion may clash with some. It could also be that I may need to be enlighten on […]