By Nobodee Jones What do you think of Nobodee’s way of thinkin? American’s media machine and its effect on Hip-Hop culture and culture in general, how does it effect our youths and what could be its effects down the line. I was hit with a thought that grasped a topic a bit out of […]
This month, I wanna put a spotlight on one of hip-hop’s “conscious/political” lyricists. Newly independent artist, Lupe Fiasco, is a Grammy-winning rapper that has just recently released his 6th studio album, “DROGAS Light”. This is album #1 of the three albums he made plans on releasing in 2017. Those of you that are fans will […]
First and foremost, while i’m occasionally guilty of using it, I would love to see the elimination of the words “Old School”. It indicates retirement. The fact is, there are rappers who actually HAVE retired their mics, and they STILL know more about true Hip-Hop, than most of these kids today.
By Warnell Jones Warnell shares his thoughts in this dynamic opinion piece about the ins and outs of the music industry. He also gives props to “Chance The Rapper” for his breakthrough in the game. The internet has proven once again to be most useful in the “millennial” (I hate that word) age, as […]
By Warnell Jackson Hip Hop Forum’s Warnell Jackson presents an outstanding interview with an NAACP representative. He speaks about his dedication to the organization, it’s history, and how there is a need for improvement with the early childhood education system. Hip-Hop Forum: Congratulations on being elected President of the NAACP Delaware State Conference of […]