Tag: Missy Elliot
Mixtape: Sister, Hold My Hand
By Shanell Holback In respect to the topic of gender oppression in Hip Hop. I dedicate this mixtape to the Female hip hop artists who resist the agenda and stand up for the ladies, I curated a clash of records from Africa to the US. These woman may be over 8000 miles apart, came up
A Closer Look With L&L – Bree Runway Edition
In this podcast L&L, also known as Lauryn and Lauren, review Bree Runway’s latest project. Her album, 2000AND4EVA, was released in 2020 and claims to explore themes of women empowerment and combating colorism. The hosts analyze Bree Runway’s music and message while answering the age-old question; does the album slap?
The state of rap music has changed since its creation in the 1970s. Starting in Bronx, New York rap was always seen as an underground subculture that deviated from the social norms and patterns of the dominant culture. It was here that the expressions of young Black and Hispanic men were freely expressed and not