The premiere performance of Kanye West's single "Black Skinhead" also written as BLKKK SKKKN HEAD on Saturday Night Live "SNL" in May sent chills up my spine. Spine-tingling fear and the aggression that can be found in the depths of the human spirit that resides in all of us ( even those with a "sunny" disposition ). Are we brave enough to tap into it? Are we able to go so deep into forsaken and/or unforeseen waters that we can at worst get lost in it and can't find our way out? Or will we be li
by TRUTH Minista Paul Scott
"I’m locked inside a cell in me, I know that there’s a jail in you"
Words I Never Said - Lupe Fiasco
People from across the country traveled for hours to attend the December rally in Chicago to demand the freedom of their beloved comrade in struggle. For hours, speaker after speaker pounded on the podium demanding that their brother be released so that he could, once again, be free to speak truth t
Min. Paul Scott:
"Big Ballin' is my hobby/so much so they think I'm down with the Illuminati"
Hot Toddy- Usher featuring Jay Z
Over the past year, the hottest topic in the Hip Hop world has been whether artists such as Jay Z, Kanye West and others are part of some diabolical secret society. From street corners to college campuses, people are losing sleep over the question , "Is Jay-Z part of the Illuminati?" The issue has reached such a level that Jay Z has responded to the accusations on col
The Piling it on Theory--Why Kanye and not John Mayer???
When some people do things they are just dead wrong. Their actions can not be defended. However, when African-Americans commit an egregious act, many Whites may wonder why the Black community rallies to their defense. It is not that the Black community condones or approves of these actions, but rather it has to do with the modern day phenomenon called: Piling it on. To put this theory to the test look at the Kanye West ordeal and the John M
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