Hip Hop: The False Revolution

  Following the mental excursion of the Civil and Human Rights Movement of the 1960s and 1970s, black people wanted to reshape a cultural identity, and part of that identity spawned into hip-hop. When hip-hop was first introduced in the late ’70s, it was widely considered an artistic rebellion for creative freedom. It was established…

SpeakeasyENT: The ultimate middle school playlist

There’s a lot of things we wish we could change about our middle school years. The hair gel. The cyberbullying. The Xanga usernames. Those stupid purses with the little mermaid sparkles all over them. But the music? No regrets. We’re already embarrassed for buying “The Motto” on iTunes, but we have nothing but fond memories…