From James Brown to Beyonce: Protest Music Inspired by Dr. King

From James Brown to Beyonce: Protest Music Inspired by Dr. King

by Jessica Bennett

Music has always been a key element to social evolution. In fact, 2009 documentary Soundtrack for a Revolution, examines the Civil Rights Movement with... Read More

Last Poet Umar Bin Hassan Returns for Revolution [INTERVIEW]

Last Poet Umar Bin Hassan Returns for Revolution [INTERVIEW]

by Michael A. Gonzales

Umar Bin Hassan is an OG when it comes to spoken word, influencing a generation of MCs and poets as a member of the... Read More

On the “A” w/Souleo:
Higginsen Aims to Save the Music with “Sing, Harlem, Sing!”

On the “A” w/Souleo:
Higginsen Aims to Save the Music with “Sing, Harlem, Sing!”

by Souleo

Media pioneer and Harlem legend, Vy Higginsen has created change on many platforms including being the first Black female radio personality in the prime... Read More

DEPRESSION:
One Black Man’s Story

DEPRESSION:
One Black Man's Story

by Mychal Denzel Smith

When my grades started dropping senior year of high school, I didn't think much of it. School had never held much interest to me... Read More