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

Stimulate Your Life: Rebecca Knoblauch on Photography

By Aaris A. Schroeder August 9, 2011 In the oversaturated business of photography, one person, Rebecca Knoblauch has been able to get through to the other side and she is not stopping there. Knoblauch is best known for her involvement as a photographer in the regional hip-hop community however her passion in photography started at a young age capturing stories through images. “I never wanted … Continue reading Stimulate Your Life: Rebecca Knoblauch on Photography