Category Archives: Black Lives matter

Vince Staples: The Rap Artist Who Can Subvert & Dominate the Genre with Clever & Innovative Freshness

Vince Staples’ existence within the milieu of West Coast rappers – born in California, raised in North Long Beach, California – is an act of rebellious dissatisfaction with the state of rap music and its current top crop of haughty, … Continue reading

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From “Free Huey!” to #BlackLivesMatter: The United States’ Continuing Failure Toward its African-American Youths.

Saturday marked the 50th anniversary since the inception of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense in Oakland on 15 October, 1966. Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale were two typical African-American youths growing up in a 1960s America that persecuted its black citizens, while, at … Continue reading

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