“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.
The Philharmonik, is a multi-talented emcee, vocalist, music producer and all around awesome guy who has a full plate on his table along with plenty of recent success all around him by way of prosperity that has followed him since his self-titled album, released almost a year ago.
Not to dance around the truth but ʻ18 was like being caught in the eye of a hurricane all year regardless of where you stand. It was the year where the abnormal became normal and acceptable broadened its definition.
Wescover is bringing the work of local artists and designers under the spotlight so readers can find their art in public spaces.
UBO MAGʻs own Aaris A. Schroeder; thatʻs me if you didnʻt catch on thus far, has recently been interviewed for an online radio show called “Va-Mo Radio” by one of its elite Production Manager and Radio DJ, Vanessa Morgan, based out of Chicago, Ill.
“Mid9os,” in theatres starting Oct. 19 is a film that Jonah Hill did not perform in but was the first he directed is receiving rave reviews from Day Time and Evening TV Show Circuits along with publications such as COMPLEX Magazine.
Upon first listening to Rusty Wrightʻs Band and their new single, “No Manʻs An Island,” I feel like I am in another dimension where I sit with friends adorned in leather and motorbikes parked out front of the ranch on a warm, summer night.
While Lauren Hill may have produced a well-rounded HipHop album during the end of the Golden Era of HipHop, Sacramento native Fred Harris, also known as Flossalini and longtime emcee brings Sactoe street anthem style beats and rhymes in his newest album, “The MisFreducation of Flossalini.”
Blessed Into Infamy: A Tribute to the Life of Aretha Franklin