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Sunday, October 16, 2022

Why Beyoncé holds the key to office culture


In May 2019, before COVID-19 began sweeping through the world, the World Health Organization declared burnout “an occupational phenomenon.” In fact, concern about work and well-being goes back centuries and was always linked to culture: It was Aristotle, after all, who worried about what it would take to create a sense of flourishing or eudaimonia.

Now that chief executives around the globe are trying to maintain or reinvent both corporate culture and future strategy in the wake of a pandemic that rewrote the rules of work, it’s popular culture that leaders should consider to win the hearts and minds of their workers — specifically pop music.

Saturday, August 15, 2020

Why Is Scareface The Most Loved Movie In Hip-Hop Culture?

The movie Scareface has been a huge staple in the hip hop community. Even rapper Jay-Z has dedicated countless rap lyrics and interludes to the film. The release of Scarface coincided with the rise of hip hop music.

The hip-hop community has single-handedly made the movie a cult classic. Even though the story of Tony Montana, a poor Cuban immigrant who quickly ascends through the ranks to become a drug kingpin, is actually a remake of a 1932 film of the same name.

Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Key Moments In Hip-Hop History


Hip hop is more than music; it’s a cultural movement that incorporates different elements of art. Before there was Lil Yachty, Young M.I.A., or YNW Melly, there was a world of hip hop artist who's name rain supreme even still today.

Back when music was real, artist had the opportunity to shine in their own distinctive way. Rap is one of the most distinctive features of hip-hop. Rappers use rhythm, lyrics, and vocal tone to express themselves. The best rappers are distinguished by their “flow” – the way the words run together without the performer getting tongue-tied.

Monday, January 29, 2018

Migos Launches New Clothing Line

Migos was at Bloomingdale's, where the group debuted their CULTURE II Collection. Migos later hit the stage as the musical guest artists on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" where they performed their latest single "Stir Fry."

Thursday, March 31, 2022

Karey Burke Talks The Future Of Disney


In the past five years, Disney and the imprints under its umbrella have made valiant efforts to diversify the brand with productions that have a strong premise based on African culture, Asian culture, Mexican culture, and more. In an effort to further establish its inclusive environment, Disney's President of General Entertainment content aims to provide more visibility for the LGBTQ community.

Saturday, November 19, 2022

Shooting Dice Was Migos Culture


As the world continues to mourn the passing of Migos member Takeoff, who was senselessly killed after a dice game went wrong, it is essential to remember that the dice game--also called "craps" or "rolling bones" was part of their culture.

While mourning the sad loss of Takeoff, who was tragically murdered after a dice game gone wrong, it is vital to remember that to the Migos, shooting dice was their culture.

Thursday, June 24, 2021

New Louis Vuitton x Nike Air Force 1 Collaboration


During the recent Louis Vuitton SS22 “Amen Break” runway, the LV menswear artistic director, Off-White™ founder and frequent Nike collaborator sent a jolt through the sneaker world by revealing a whopping 21 Louis Vuitton x Nike Air Force 1s — more specifically, Air Force 1 Mids and Air Force 1 Lows with with damier patterns, LV monogram print, doubled-up tongues, plenty of Helvetica text and even printed “graffiti.”

Sunday, September 27, 2020

Why New York Has Always Been Ground Breaking For Hip -hop Artist


Although 50, and Jay-Z may wear the crown as kings of New York, there surrounded by a number of thriving rappers like Nas who could make the claim and not be far off.

The Big Apple can also count on Biggie, Rakim, Public Enemy, The Beastie Boys, KRS-One, Mos Def, Slick Rick, Nikki Minaj, Run-D.M.C., Mase, and Wu Tang among its influential children, and that's just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to rappers from New York.

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Russell Simmons Steps Down From All Companies

Russell Simmons is stepping down from his companies after being accused of sexual assault by writer Jenny Lumet. In a guest column in the Hollywood Reporter, Lumet accuses the Def Jam co-founder of forcing her to have sex in 1991.

In a statement, Simmons said he had a different recollection of their encounter, but said Lumet’s “feelings of fear and intimidation are real.” He apologized to Lumet, who is the daughter of director Sidney Lumet and the screenwriter behind “Rachel Getting Married.”

“There is so much guilt, and so much shame,” Lumet wrote in her column. “There is an excruciating internal reckoning. As a woman of color, I cannot express how wrenching it is to write this about a successful man of color. Again, shame about who I was years ago, choices made years ago. In this very moment, I feel a pang to protect your daughters. I don’t think you are inclined to protect mine.”

In addition to his music work, Simmons is a successful film and television producer and the founder of such clothing fashion lines as Phat Farm and Tantris. This isn’t the first time he has been accused of harassment or assault. Earlier this month, model Keri Claussen Khalighi accused Simmons of forcing her to have sex.

She said the businessman worked in conjunction with director Brett Ratner to lure her to his apartment. Another woman, Tanya Reid, also accused Simmons of pressuring her to perform oral sex on Ratner. Both men deny the allegations.

Simmons did say the culture is going through “a time of great transition,” and said he did not want to be a distraction from the work of his companies. He also plans to convert a studio he founded for yogic science into a not-for-profit center of learning and healing.

“The companies will now be run by a new and diverse generation of extraordinary executives who are moving the culture and consciousness forward,” said Simmons, adding, “As for me, I will step aside and commit myself to continuing my personal growth, spiritual learning, and, above all, to listening.”

More Music News:
Chicago Gets New Rap And R&B Radio Station

Rapper Found Dead In Alabama

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Nick Cannon Sours To New Hights

Nick Cannon
Cannon is out here setting an example of the culture for us to be ourselves. He is set to do more things with his career. We can’t wait until what he puts together for his late night tv series.

According to Hollywood Reporter, Nick Cannon has a late night tv series with Fox network. It will be a weekly late-night series that will be created with the top executive producer. You will still see his hosting skills, musical performances, and interviews from celebrities that focuses on the pop culture.

This journey to be a television personality who successfully done a creative entertainment show called Wild N’ Out that is a comedy rap show that started back in 2005. The show is a part of a larger deal with Cannon that will also produce online segments and the tandem role of co-executive producer and host of The Masked Singer.

Saturday, February 17, 2018

Migos Breaks Streaming Record

Migos has done it again! After dominating the airwaves with top hits from their first album, Culture, such as “T-Shirt” and “Bad and Boujee,” the Atlanta rap trio continues their domination as their follow-up album, Culture II, receives one billion streams on multiple streaming platforms.

Sunday, July 12, 2020

Master P Gets Into The Food Industry

Entrepreneur Percy Miller better known as 'MASTER P' has been educating the culture on the importance of ownership, building minority-owned brands, producing products and giving back to the community for over 25 years.

He grew up in poverty, built a music empire, sold over 100 million records independently. And now he is doing the same thing in the food market with his Uncle P’s Rice, Uncle P’s Grits, Uncle P’s Oatmeal, Uncle P’s Pancake Mix & Uncle P’s Syrup.

Thursday, October 20, 2022

Fredro Starr Talks Michael Jackson Being 'The Culture' Before Hip-Hop


Fredro Starr reacted to the information Teddy Riley revealed during his VladTV interview, where he confirmed that fake vocals were used on Michael Jackson’s posthumous album. Fredro said he believes it, especially if they were background vocals. He also recounted how Michael Jackson was the culture setter for black youth before hip hop.

Saturday, July 9, 2022

DJ Paul Talks Jay-Z, Drake, Oscar's, and More


The Champs chop it up with DJ Paul of the legendary and Academy Award winning group Three 6 Mafia.

From Memphis, TN; Three 6 Mafia were instrumental to the emergence for Crunk music. DJ Paul shares stories of the origins of Three 6 Mafia and how they went on to release over 100 projects through their record label Hypnotize Minds.

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Ice-T And Coco New Talk Show On Fox

Guess who is back in the headline again! Ice-T and his wife Coco are no stranger to getting in front of the camera, whether it’s for the rapper’s music career, his Law & Order: SVU gig or their reality TV show, Ice Loves Coco. Now the hip-hop couple are headed to the daytime talk show circuit.

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Dave Chappelle Talks Police Brutality

A city council meeting in Yellow Springs, Ohio had the town's most famous resident show up to speak on the matter of policing recently, when Dave Chappelle appeared to share his unique experience of having grown up there and seen the change in the culture of local law enforcement.

Citizens of the small liberal Dayton suburb had been convening to review a scandal that has rocked the town, leading to the resignation of Police Chief David Hale, to "heal the rift" caused after officers violently broke up the annual New Years Ball Drop, in the early hours of January 1. The department drew heat, with protesters livid over the use of their cruisers to disperse the crowd and the subsequent tasering of two black men.

Chappelle spoke of being present at the event, but having left early because the vibe wasn't right. After imparting his gratitude to officers who have been nothing but courteous to him since his return to settle down in the place he was reared in, Chappelle laid into the force, reminding residents on hand that there was a time when it felt as though each officer had a personal connection with the families in the community; a sense he no longer gets. "Now, we're being policed by what feels like an alien force," he said, calling the New Year's Eve incident a "huge gaffe."

Chappelle then turned to politics, encouraging the council to consider the position Yellow Springs is in to shine as an example of progressive policing in the current political atmosphere. "I would beseech the council to look deeply and to look hard, because this is a golden opportunity. Literally, it could kill the game. In this Trump era, it gives us an opportunity to show everybody that local politics reigns supreme," he said. "We can make our corner of the world outstanding. So I'm just begging you to find a candidate that matches the culture of this town, which is renowned for being incredibly unique."

After the resignation of Commissioner Hale, one of the officers involved in the New Year's Eve incident, Allison Saurber, also resigned. The second officer said to have taken part in the tasing, R.J. Hawley, was reportedly injured at the function and has been on administrative leave since.

Friday, May 24, 2019

Are Blacks More Racist Than Whites? - Full Report

I'm pulling this race card! In today's world, African American are more racist than Caucasians.Why do I say that? Well lets break down the facts below.

It seems as if black people feel whites owe them something due to slavery. In so many way it is true, but really it's false. How do we blame the whites that live today for what their ancestors did in the past?

Friday, January 26, 2018

Migos - Supastars

Migos is out with some new audio titled "Superstar". This will be streaming off their new up and coming album (Culture 2). This time around its “Supastars” that gets our attention as Migos keep reeasing new content!

Wednesday, September 21, 2022

Future Sells Publishing Rights


Influence Media Partners announced that they bought Future's publishing catalog from 2004 to 2020, which includes 612 titles. Some of the songs in the catalog include some of his biggest hits, like "Life is Good," "Jumpman," "Commas" and "Mask Off."