Nowadays gangsta rap doesn’t hold the same sway as in the days of Tupac and Biggie. For artists like Drake and Nas, the battles are of ideas and emotions. Among the most important rap albums released over the last year or so, one contains a song about Nas‘ complicated relationship with his teenage daughter. Another has… Read More In hip-hop, violence is taking on a diminishing role
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It’s well-known that African-Americans are among the top users of Twitter, however a recent survey released by the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project makes a stark depiction of how divided several social media platforms are by race. The survey showed that African-Americans are more heavily congregated on Twitter and Instagram than any other ethnic group.… Read More Racial Divide Emerges on Social Media Sites
If Denzel Washington wins the best actor Oscar this month, it won’t break any obvious records; the actor won his first Academy Award in 1990. However, his role as Whip Whitaker in “Flight” (now available on XFINITY On Demand™) stands out for a reason made plain by the film’s review in the New York Times: “Flight Stars… Read More Why Denzel’s Already Won (And He Doesn’t Need An Oscar To Prove It)
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