The telescopes on Mauna Kea are some of the world’s biggest telescopes, helping mankind to learn more about the depths and mysteries of space and the thousands of galaxies within it. But there is a deep concern from the natives who are seeking respect for sacred native land, a place they go to pray.
UBOMAG has been around since ʻ01 and our boutique consulting service business began in ʻ07, working with many artists all over the West Coast and beyond.
Keep your eyes on female emcee, Lady Dame from Washington DC as she may be the dark horse who suddenly takes over the entire game.
It is the first week of August when this editorial started to be written and we as a country have already experienced recent shootings seemingly happening weekly, sometimes days apart from each other. How are we being affected across this country and the world? What in the world can we do?
Visual Artist, Angelica V. Newby who is known for her massive abstract illustrations turn art therapy and her Emotive Surface Pattern Designer is on her way to the Champagne-Ardenne side of Orquevaux, France to meet with other visual artists and writers as a part of a residency planned to last for six weeks beginning during Sept. 2019.
She redefined how to write modern American literature and as a writer myself, it was extremely intriguing and I continued to read more books by Toni Morrison. She was no doubt my favorite writer in high school and was someone that I looked to for inspiration and creativity, passion and strength as a woman when it came to writing.
“Dre adds his own twist to the formula that helps the sound to stand out.” Says Staff Writer, Jhantu Randall, UBOMAG.
Released just over four months ago, the single, “One Day At A Time” is a gentle reflection of what is sweet in life and is topping charts in Urban Adult Contemporary Music right now.
John Daniel Singleton born January 6, ʻ68 in Los Angeles, CA was true to his hometown since it served as a backdrop for many of his films and endearingly was the same place where he was laid to rest on April 29 due to a coma as a result of a stroke he suffered from nearly two weeks earlier.
“Hip Hop is life. It gives me the ability to tell my story, share my pain, my joy, my everything. It allows me to shed light on things that people wouldn’t normally pay attention to in ways that they wouldn’t normally see it from. It’s my outlet to my stress, fears, accomplishments, desires, etc. I don’t know how else to describe it.” Put beautifully by BZ.