Public Enemy and Homeboy Sandman: Hip Hop over Hip Hop

Last week as I walked down Broadway in Soho, one of New York City’s most bustling streets, I  politely rushed by two people handing out free newspapers. I’m not into free periodicals because they tend to have more advertisements than … Continue reading

Consuming Hip Hop: (Love), Hate, and What the Future Holds. Part I

  I’m typically inspired by love, and the medium can be anything. However, it just so happens that my muse usually flows through audio players. The art of rhyme and beat combined induces a pulse of energy that is just … Continue reading