Where You Wanna Be: SuperFest Miami 2020

One of the biggest SuperBowl Celebrations, SuperFest Miami LIVE, is set for January 24 – February 3, 2020! SuperFest Miami LIVE is a 10-day festival set in the Heart of Miami Gardens where fans will wallow in A-list Concerts, Art Exhibits, Culinary Creations, Interactive Games, VIP Parties, Kid Zones, Sports Forums, Virtual Game Experiences, Immersive Entertainment & Much More! SuperFest Miami LIVE is a full-family … Continue reading Where You Wanna Be: SuperFest Miami 2020

Artist Spotlight: WOULF

Cleveland, OH native WOULF is a breath of fresh air to the Hip Hop masses but a true hometown hero to his city. And at only 25 years old, he’s perfected his sound and craft, surpassing many of his colleagues and making him a huge asset towards putting the Northeast rap scene on the map. Still embracing the success of his 2019 single “Coupe”, WOULF … Continue reading Artist Spotlight: WOULF

Our Hip Hop Artists Are At Risk

Violence and hip-hop have always gone hand in hand. Rather it be rappers documenting the death and disparity within the hoods they were raised in or the death that they claim to have inflicted upon others. Nevertheless, guns and rap go together like ham and cheese. Artists are glorified for living by the street codes in which they rap about. Newcomer Da Baby has proven … Continue reading Our Hip Hop Artists Are At Risk

Signs You Need A Mental Health Vacation

As we close out Mental Health Awareness Month yet another year, please know and understand that your mental health is just as important as your physical health. As we’ve been witness to many celebrities, even loved ones and friends, who had seemingly good health and a seemingly good lifestyle harm or kill themselves due to mental trauma that was taken lightly…or not acknowledged at all. … Continue reading Signs You Need A Mental Health Vacation

“The Carlton Banks Syndrome” Are Privileged Black Kids Considered Less “Down” Than Inner City Black Kids?

Remember that episode of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air when Will and Carlton went through rush week for a college fraternity and the leader didn’t want to let Carlton in because he said he was a “sell out”? Is that a true, real life representation of how black people view each other based on financial status? Black children that are raised in affluent neighborhoods, with … Continue reading “The Carlton Banks Syndrome” Are Privileged Black Kids Considered Less “Down” Than Inner City Black Kids?

Artist Spotlight feat. Prince Milly

Prince Milly, also known as Phresh Prince, has reigned as one of the ELITE in the St. Petersburg, FL rap circuit for quite a few years. His controversial lyrics speak directly into the young, wild and free lifestyle the Million Dollar Records MC lives day in and day out. We all are anticipating the release of his new mixtape, “Wrath Before The Wraith” in the … Continue reading Artist Spotlight feat. Prince Milly

The Emasculation of Hip Hop Fashion

Under no 🙅🏾 circumstances should a grown man wear women’s attire. Leggings, skirts, blouses, dresses, none of the above 🚫. That applies to the norm and the famous. But as we all know, the famous influences a great portion of hip hop culture. Fashion trends among rappers stayed pretty consistent through the 90’s and 00’s but dammit man have these n*ggas taken “originality” too damn … Continue reading The Emasculation of Hip Hop Fashion