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Jillina Baxter
22 August, 2004 12:00 am

You’ve heard the expression “the more things change the more they stay the same”, but not in the rap game. Wale Oyejide a.k.a. Science Fiction is the contradiction to how Hip-Hop is being perceived. He infuses and uses sounds from his native Nigeria into his music singing about bringing about a transformation.  In a phone [cont.]

12 July, 2004 12:00 am

QUEENS, NY – I was invited to the home of Consequence to talk with him about his mixtape, “Take ‘Em To The Cleaners”.  I called Consequence around and he asked if we could meet up around 3:15pm so he could tidy up his place.  Come to find out, Consequence stayed around the way from where [cont.]

6 April, 2004 12:00 am

Since the emergence of “Gangsta Rap”, violence has played a part in Hip-Hop music.  Fueled by films such as “Belly”, “State Property”, and “Paid in Full” to name a few, rappers are reaping the benefits of keeping it on the reel and making moves to movies.  In a phone conversation with Prodigy of Mobb Deep [cont.]

10 March, 2003 12:00 am

LATHAM, NY – Def Jam recording artist, Keith Murray, was in town to speak to troubled youth at Tryon Institute in Johnstown, NY.  Murray, who served 3 years in prison, shared his story as a rapper and how being involved in an altercation at a nightclub, cost him his freedom. Keith Murray’s career started in [cont.]

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