If we’re going to address the elephant in the room when it comes to her place among female emcees, it would be worth noting that Rapsody travels a route seldom heard by other women in hip hop. Rapsody ... sounding too self conscious, Rapsody tackles.
and hip-hop appreciators. Of course, the show was awesome. Tall and animated, with a magnetic presence, Macklemore drops some serious knowledge in his new album Gemini. The album weaves together personal stories of recovery and socially conscious lyrics.
The worlds of hip-hop and social good were side-by-side this week at the ... The State Department joined forces with Lowe’s Innovation Labs to pair eight socially conscious emcees with eight social entrepreneurs. Their goal: to tell a compelling.
The North Carolina rapper, whose latest album "Laila's Wisdom," is out Friday, said that while socially conscious hip-hop often falls below the mainstream radar it has been amplified and is making its way to new ears during President Donald Trump's.
conscious person.” Buttressing his yoga practice, Simmons also meditates twice daily, follows a vegan diet, and incorporates music into his classes—from Kayne West (who is signed to Simmons’s Def Jam label) to Krishna Das, an American vocalist who.
Unless you’re a Hip-Hop enthusiast or a fan of southern Hip-Hop you may have ... south has always been portrayed as a region that didn’t have “lyricists” or “conscious” sounding artists for many years. “Y’all don’t hear me you just.
It questions economic growth, urging “a conscious shrinking and deceleration ... Then there’s Die Urbane, literally the urban ones, a Berlin-based “hip-hop party” that says there’s no difference between legal and illegal drugs.
MC Lyte recently presided over The John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts Family Theater in Washington, D.C., to host “Pitch & Flow,” a hip-hop competition that pairs socially conscious rappers with social entrepreneurs. “Pitch & Flow brought.
Allah. Jah. Buddha. Krishna. We Are 1,” just one of the many socially conscious moments from Kabaka’s performance. He began his fiery show by dipping back into his repertoire and pulling out “Free From Chains” off his 2011 project Rebel Music.
During a conversation about misogyny in Hip Hop, Dee Barnes addressed Dr. Dre assaulting her at a record release party in Hollywood, California in 1991. The disturbing incident was later made into a punchline on Eminem’s 1999 single “Guilty Conscious.