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Lyricks Offers A Different Perspective On Racism And Police Brutality In “Can’t Breathe” Video
Virgina rapper Lyricks offers some of his own insight.
Eric Garner’s Family Releases Song ‘This Ends Today’
Erica Garner, daughter of, Eric Garner, the Staten Island man murdered by police last July, sings, "this ends today." In her…
NYC Grand Jury Close To Decision On NYPD’s Fatal Chokehold Of Eric Garner
The NYC grand jury still remains in deliberation concerning the death of Staten Island resident Eric Garner on July 17.
11 Things to Know About Birthday Boy Mack Wilds
Mack Wilds turned 25 yesterday and we want to wish the cute crooner a very happy birthday! This past year for the actor/singer…
Mack Wilds Talks Classic Hip-Hop And Balancing Music, Acting
Mack Wilds' debut album New York: A Love Story is nominated for a Grammy, so Radio.com sat down with the East Coast crooner to talk…
Kofi Black Talks Putting Staten Island Back On The Map and Linking With Raekwon
When news broke that rap pioneer and Wu-tang member Raekwon signed R&B act Kofi Black to his label, the music blogosphere was spiked with curiosity…
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Neighbors To Biracial Kansas Family “This Neighborhood…
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