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You’re Damned if You Do and Damned If You Don’t

You’re Damned if You Do and Damned If You Don’t
The idea of someone or something being the end all encompassing idea and being “right” is a myth. People want 100%. 100% or fail. No room for average or decent. Where releases only have ‘hype’ for a week, whatever catches our mental bandwidth ‘has’ to be worth it.

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What Uniqueness in Pop Music Means To Me? [by @misterrcha]

What Uniqueness in Pop Music Means To Me? [by @misterrcha]

You’re out on weekend night. The music’s loud and centre stage. There’s a 3 second time frame where your brain figures out what the song is and who the song’s by. This happens alot throughout life, these moments can also be used as time markers of moments, fun moments, great moments and so forth.

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Up and coming artist, AUNZ, taps into a mixture of Hip Hop sounds that strays from the regional sound of his native region of DMV. “Where The Wild Things Were,” AUNZ’ highly anticipated project, offers up a variety in the styles of Hip Hop he delivers.…

Lomel: The Next Singer To Rise Out of Massachusetts

Lomel: The Next Singer To Rise Out of Massachusetts

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[Poet Of The Month] KitaVida

[Poet Of The Month] KitaVida

Congratulations to KitaVida of Roxbury, MA for receiving our first poetry spotlight award of the year! Our “Poet of the Month” for March 2016. Continue Reading…

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Valetines Day Hangover: Harlem’s Jay Pres Dropped Surprise 2/14 Mixtape!

Valetines Day Hangover: Harlem’s Jay Pres Dropped Surprise 2/14 Mixtape!

Oh, the irony of releasing a project about “broken promises” on Valentines Day!

Harlem’s own, Jay Pres, decided to surprise his fans with an EP yesterday titled, “King of Broken Promises.” On the “day of love,” Jay’s mixtape had people all in their feelings as he rapped about the ups and downs of relationships.…

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Underrated MC Of The Month: Hech Rhymes

Underrated MC Of The Month: Hech Rhymes

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Introducing Brooklyn’s Billy B, First Lady of Tree High Cartel

Introducing Brooklyn’s Billy B, First Lady of Tree High Cartel

Jahdira Atkins, better known as Billy B, is one of the newest female rappers out of East New York, Brooklyn. The Filipino/Black rap-tress currently resides in Los Angeles, but stays true to her New York City roots. And it’s evident in her music.…

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Wreck Shop’s “Live From The Underground” Wins 2015 Weekly Event Of The Year

Wreck Shop’s “Live From The Underground” Wins 2015 Weekly Event Of The Year

Most events I go to, it hits 11 or 11:30 PM and the sleep-endorphins start kicking in.

My friends I’m with or I will set free our first yawn. And the inevitable “Ay, it’s getting a little late wanna head home soon?” sentence is liberated from one of our tired jaws. It seemed every event had this effect on your body. Eventually you just stopped. Continue Reading…

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Boston’s #LoveAndComfort Movement Inspires Cafes To Open Arms to Homeless

Boston’s #LoveAndComfort Movement Inspires Cafes To Open Arms to Homeless

He went into Boston armed with just an idea and a sign.

Oh: a big heart & a brazen mission to raise $1 million dollars for the homeless too.

His name: Justice Born.

His collective: Wreck Shop Movement

His Goal: bring back Club America 
(a community center for the homeless – and also a support system to help them build tiny homes: a place that will be called Love & Comfort Inn)

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