This Month's Cover

  • [[[Launch]]]
    [[[Launch]]] Lane to/from the hip hop mecca to the Motherland. Pic: Dana Dane & B!
  • Nyota Uhura…
    Nyota Uhura… Gimme an hour plus a pen and a pad…
  • Why I Can’t With…
    Why I Can’t With… Charlamagne Tha God is a voice in the political dialogue for the office of the Presidency. And he’s a political shrew for Kamala Harris.
  • “Black death is a business” – Darren Seals
    “Black death is a business” – Darren Seals The exploitation, commercialization & capitalization of our struggle…
  • #62: Buddhist Sensei Derek Fletcher | The Bishop Chronicles
    #62: Buddhist Sensei Derek Fletcher | The Bishop Chronicles The bishop speaks with martial arts master and practicing Buddhist Sensei Derek Fletcher. Look at the history of how films by Bruce Lee and the Shaw Bros influenced blacks to study and learn Buddhism, taoism and other eastern philosophies.
  • Genius is Common
    Genius is Common Alonzo “Lonzo” Williams Aka Godfather of West Coast Hip-Hop.
  • Hip Hop Raised Me
    Hip Hop Raised Me Hip Hop Raised Me by DJ Semtex. Foreword by Chuck D. “The definitive book on forty years of the music culture that revolutionized the world!”
  • The Untold Story of Detroit Hip Hop
    The Untold Story of Detroit Hip Hop “The Untold Story of Hip-Hop” Narrated by Chuck D. Tells the colorful true stories of the people, places and sounds behind the mainstream names we know and love. We start in Detroit.
  • Planet Hip Hop Radio #INTL
    Planet Hip Hop Radio #INTL The latest episode of Free Em All Radio ft Chairman Fred Hampton Jr & the Lady of Rage, Church ft DJ Evil Dee & The Boombox ft the legendary G-Wiz.
  • Anatii – Thixo Onofefe ft. Hob.dot & Rameer Colon in Soweto, South Africa
    Anatii – Thixo Onofefe ft. Hob.dot & Rameer Colon in Soweto, South Africa Filmed in Soweto, South Africa during the On the Run Tour 2 performance by Beyonce and Jay Z for charity Global Citizen concert in Johannesburg, South Africa.
  • eYo – Ça came…
    eYo – Ça came…
  • Black Speculative Arts Movement (BSAM)
    Black Speculative Arts Movement (BSAM)