Music: Scott King “Back At It”

  Scott King is back with a new single, Back At It, as he preps the release of his Striving For Greatness project forthcoming. The EP features Miguel, Uncle Murda, Mysonne, Tory Lanez, Musiq Soulchild and production from Harry Fraud, Drumma Boy, and Bryan Michael Cox. Check out the official visual for his Back At It track below. Striving For Greatness is hosted by DJ Envy and DJ Waffles.    

Video: @BenzoeZME “For The Next President”

  Media manipulation, Police brutality, and oppression are on a systemic level. With the help of technology which has brought their atrocities to the forefront, Benzoe has sought to play his part creatively; using his voice as a conduit, the Zoe Militia front-man has delivered a riveting single titled For The Next President; validating these struggles and offering action for knowledge, unity,& justice Benzoe is becoming the filler to the void which is most evident in today’s times. Watch the accompanying visual for his monumental track below:  

Richard Beavers Gallery features ‘Church of Broken Pieces’ collection

  Fresh off of a three month run at the African American Museum in Philadelphia, Church of Broken Pieces is now being featured by the Richard Beavers Gallery. A collection of vivid images by photographer Shawn Theodore, whom is a Philadelphia based multidisciplinary artist working in the sectors of photography, video, and collage. Considered the embodiment of a defiant brand of black artistry that focuses on the fragment and manipulation of African-American and African diaspora.   Church of Broken Pieces explores concepts of race, spirituality, patriarchy, matriarchy, and class structure within disappearing Black communities. Some of the examples are available below:       […]

Darrin “Dee” Dean talks the impact of Ruff Ryder’s on the music industry

One of the biggest labels in Hip Hop history, Ruff Ryder’s pioneering impact on the most popular genre of music will be on  full display tomorrow, Tuesday May 31st as BET presents the next episode of “Inside The Label.” Most notable for guiding the careers of DMX, The Lox, Drag-On, Eve and more the label had a major hand in ushering in a new generation of street oriented businessmen in the industry.