In his recent PBS documentary Beyond Beats and Rhymes, filmmaker Byron Hurt made clear that rap music can be as sexist and homophobic as it can be positive and enlightening. Marginalized young women and men have found their voices in hip-hop arts.
It is tempting to call Nielson—a nearly middle-aged white college professor from western Massachusetts—an unlikely champion of this cause, but that would misunderstand how deeply rap music, and the hip-hop culture ... Nielson told PBS Newshour in.
“Self-medication is the name of the game in the culture of young black men in hip-hop,” Vic Mensa told BuzzFeed News in ... “I don’t think self-medication is a conscious act. With entertainers, they’re in an environment with drugs and alcohol.
In his recent PBS documentary "Beyond Beats and Rhymes," filmmaker Byron Hurt made clear that rap music can be as sexist and homophobic as it can be positive and enlightening. Marginalized young women and men have found their voices in hip-hop arts.
It's called "The Pen is Mightier Than the Sword," a 35-minute documentary written, produced and directed by Prince. The film is about Asbury Park, N.J., elementary-school students using old-school hip-hop poetry ... episode of the PBS TV series, "Getting.
Mr. Robot is back, along with Madam Secretary and the BET Hip Hop Awards. Plus, the Dynasty reboot premieres ... Expect loads of opulent gowns. 10:00 P.M. ET on PBS Valor Valor stands out from the slew of military dramas on television because of its.
A PBS series takes us through the ... and the rise of hip-hop and its parallel with sampling technology. Soundbreaking is a nice companion piece to the 2013 Dave Grohl documentary “Sound City.” In the early 80s Brad Warner was a young Akron, Ohio.
Her commercial and documentary work captures socialites ... Guernica: The people of color that you mention and those in the book are often hip-hop artists or rappers. Rap culture is very alert to this central fact of American life: if you don’t have.
The intersection of Islam and American hip-hop is the focal point of a PBS program New Muslim Cool, premiering at 10 p.m. Tuesday nationwide including WGTE-TV, Channel 30. The 90-minute documentary, produced and directed by Jennifer Maytorena Taylor.
THE GOOD: After releasing a few EPs and a couple of mixtapes, hip-hop artist Miles Parks McCollum (stage name ... I know that sounds like the driest of PBS documentaries, but the album is actually quite fascinating. Once again, the guys combine pulsating.