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The narrative in hip-hop is changing significantly as we see more Black men speaking about the importance of fatherhood and celebrating the presence of Black leadership. With Atlanta commonly recognized as the apex of Black urban culture, Moët & Chandon key account manager Michael Gonzalez, also known as “Hezo,” maximized an opportunity to celebrate Father’s…

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The 2016 Sundance Film Festival was a win for African American talent with Nate Parker’s interpretation of Nat Turner’s revolt leading the charge. Virgin Islands-born brothers Timothy and Theron Thomas, who perform as  R. City, and are also known as Rock City, debuted their biographical “rockumentary” titled, What Dreams are Made Of for a packed house at the…

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With the music industry evolving to an unseen place, we have seen many of our favorite hip-hop execs change the way they do business. Being in the streets more and closer to the trends, it’s no surprise to see many of the higher ups sharing advice on Instagram and Twitter. Through motivational memes and personal…

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