The year was 2008. Barack Obama was just elected as the first African-American POTUS. To celebrate Barack’s historical win, rapper Jim Jones urged everyone to use “Obama” in place of the dreaded N-Word.
For years, leaders such as Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, and Stokely Carmichael brazenly and heroically spoke out and became powerful men who influenced great change, for the betterment of all people. What if today’s rappers spoke out to regain unity and create great movements?
Lupe Fiasco’s political views got him thrown out of his own show Sunday (Jan. 20). The Chicago native went on an anti-Obama rant, and reportedly played music sharing said views for 30 minutes. When he refused to go on to another song, security kicked him off stage.
If you’ve ever questioned the controversial homos-xual verses in the Good Book, look no further for answers because the Queen James Bible has been released. The publication, a gay adaptation of the King James version, is being publicized as the first gay bible.
In honor of President Obama‘s re-election win and the much displayed love between himself and the FLOTUS Michelle, Fabolous has released the single, “For The Love.”
The Carters really like using Mitt Romney as a replacement for the word “b-tch.” In the last few days both Beyoncé and Jay-Z used the same word swap tool, but it looks like the singer is more worried about being offensive, than her better half.
It will be four more years before there is a 45th President of the United States. Last night, Barack Obama earned enough electoral college votes and the right to keep his keys to the White House, beating Mitt Romney in what became a laborious re-election campaign. In his acceptance speech, after first saying “Thank you,” […]