Author, Blog-Publisher & Hip-Hop Artist, Zangba Thomson Explains ‘Three Black Boys’

Thomson wears multiple writing hats with ease and grace, taking joy in everything he does. Regardless of how technical and tedious a task might be, Thomson finds positivity and creativity in it and forges a path for aspiring writers who will come after him. Continue reading Author, Blog-Publisher & Hip-Hop Artist, Zangba Thomson Explains ‘Three Black Boys’

Rebel Hip-Hop on the Real, Son Da One’s “Misinterpreted Logic E.P.” Shows Promise from Hawaii to Cali

Rebel Hip-Hop on the Real, Son Da One’s “Misinterpreted Logic E.P.” Shows Promise from Hawaii to Cali Interview By Kim Possible Creative Manager & Staff Writer Story By Aaris A. Schroeder Editor-In-Chief Kaleo Largusa, whose given name is defined as, “The Voice,” goes by his emcee moniker, Son Da One when emceeing on stage and is releasing “Misinterpreted Logic E.P” online spring ’16, promising profound … Continue reading Rebel Hip-Hop on the Real, Son Da One’s “Misinterpreted Logic E.P.” Shows Promise from Hawaii to Cali

Musical Production: “Something Inside is Broken” Production Debut: Late March 2016

Musical Production: “Something Inside is Broken” Production Debut: Late March 2016 By Aaris A. Schroeder “Something Inside is Broken” is a musical production, that reflects upon the dark history of the Nisenan Tribe, a part of the larger Maidu Native American Tribes that have been nearly killed off, pillaged, leaving just 95% of its population beginning in 1838 through the Gold Rush Era where people traveled … Continue reading Musical Production: “Something Inside is Broken” Production Debut: Late March 2016

Reflective Intelligence: Sac’s Finest Ghost Writer is No Longer Classified

Classified Wordsmith Ghostwrites Himself to Local Stardom By Aaris A. Schroeder Editor-In-Chief Sean, also known as Reflective Intelligence in the local hip-hop scene was born in Sacramento, CA and raised in Dallas, TX, attending church regularly with his mother of whom he says was really good about getting him and his brothers, Brandon, Jay and Eric ready for Sunday school.  When he was 13-years-old he … Continue reading Reflective Intelligence: Sac’s Finest Ghost Writer is No Longer Classified