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Who pressed mute on the hip-hop revolution? The movement that was going to move those who were going to fight the power. Chuck D fight the power. Who pressed mute on those who said “free at last” and thought about the idea that you had to push past the police? Who pressed mute on hip-hop…

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Gina Barge is primarily an executive recruiter who loves incorporating creative projects. A Chicago native, Gina has consulting and documentary production credits under her belt, and has recently entered the exciting world of digital publishing. She hopes to maintain her juggling act, and make sure that with all she does, she’s doing a good job.…

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Chuck D continues to stand as one of the most important voices in hip-hop. During the 2013 “Made In America” festival, Public Enemy’s front man sat down with rolling out and shared his thoughts on Miley Cyrus twerking and the stealing of black culture. An excerpt from the interview is below: “Miley Cyrus decided to twerk after…

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Flava Flav, the clock-wearing icon of the legendary conscious rap group Public Enemy, has had quite a few dates in his 53 years on earth, and he has seven children to prove his prowess. While even his hip-hop brethren, Chuck D, openly wondered how he was able to snatch up Bridget Nielsen and get three…

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Kanye West is the most famous College Dropout in the hip hop world. Former student Common speaks and rhymes like a professor behind the lectern, but the following ten hip hop heads actually walked across the stage after completing their requirements for their degrees. And, yes, that man photo’d above has a degree from an…

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 Harlem Arts Alliance Presents:  On the “A” w/Souleo   While the average American lifespan is projected to increase that doesn’t mean that hip-hop is welcoming of performers over a certain age, according to legendary rapper Chuck D of Public Enemy. On the group’s new single, “I Shall Not be Moved” from the album Most Of…

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An award-winning producer in digital media, Lathan Hodge is the executive producer of M. Herbert Productions. The visionary works with in demand creative talent ranging from directors, producers, interactive agencies and production crews. Here, he talks about the branding and social media genius of Pepsi, Hood Games and Albert Ming’s Naked Suit as well as…

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