Merry Christmas from #UBOENT! If you are wanting some Hip Hop Christmas music for your playlist today, check out Team … More
Please take the time to read Nigerian Poet, Testy Paschal Gozie in his deep, word-stricken emotional poem, “The Untold Feelings.”
By Jhantu RandallStaff Writer Verzuz Battles, held in the Mecca of Hip Hop at Madison Square Garden was created by … More
By Aaris A. Schroeder
Hip Hop and video games go hand-in-hand and no one knows this better than Dallas, Texas-based emcee TekForce who released “TekForce For Dummies,” in 2020 with the entire project hosted by DJ Kawon of The Mixtape Show which focuses on his nerdy passion for gaming and the foundations of Hip Hop.
TekForce plans to releasing “Child Of The 80’s” an album that will be born September 14, 2021 and which will be filled with all sorts of ‘nerd-core’ symbolism, beats and rhymes.
“Graf Headz: A Graffiti Documentary” Produced by long-time friends Mike Dixon; known for his 2009 film, “Think Twice Little Gangsta” and Host, J-Crush, a Hip Hop Journalist and Documentarian seen on his series, “Crushes Corner” is set to premiere June 5 on the “Graf Headz” official website and then publicly June 12 at 7 PM (EST) at Art Front Galleries located at 20 Bloomfield Pl., Newark, New Jersey.
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By Stephen “Slyide” Wood
Staff Writer & Lead Marketing Director for UBOENT
Slyide Entertainment (Production/Marketing)
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A World In Calamity
Poetry By Jhantu Randall
Staff Writer & Fellow Poet
Hailing From: Tacoma, WA
April 9 marks the date that 50-years-old DMX passed away from this life after being pulled off life support after spending days in the hospital due to a heart attack.
DMX changed his life around for GOD to make better decisions in his life after he had fallen off and this should be what people remember him for.
Houston, TX artist n.e.r.d. life by D’Vo takes God very seriously which can be seen in his recent Christian Hip Hop Release, “The Codex, Volume I & II,” where he examines Needing Eternal Redemption and Deliverance (n.e.r.d.) which is a reoccurring theme throughout not only his life but in his solo music and with his soul-fusion and funk band, “Global Rhythm.”