The RUNdown – Ep. 8 Feat. OBESE THE PROPHET

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhkIs__TPjU&t=341s Were the Nick Cannon comments about Jews and Whites out of line? Should his interview have been censored? In this episode, Maine emcee/producer Obese The Prophet joins us to discuss Nick Cannon's comments that got him fired from Viacom, changing hiphop scenes and how to get started in a new city, and OTP performs... Continue Reading →

Sociopolitical Activism and the Origins of Hip Hop

In the twenty-first century, hip hop music is often associated with behaviors like drug use, sexualization of women, gang violence, consumerist and materialistic ideas, egocentric and pop culture values, however, hip hop culture and its music planted its roots in social progression and civil rights movements in the 1970s, working to bring urban communities together... Continue Reading →

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