Communication isn’t a one-way street. The message a communicator sends to a receiver is affected by the communicator, the receiver, the way the message is sent, and the ecology surrounding the communication.
As with any risk-taking or attention-seeking ‘fit, some are brilliant, some are merely good and some are outright trash.
Just over a month ago we saluted the unique day of September 29, 1998 as maybe having the widest impact of any release day in Hip-Hop’s history, but the most bang for one’s buck might have came on November 9, 1993 when A Tribe Called Quest released its heralded third album, “Midnight Marauders” and the Wu-Tang Clan released its classic debut “Enter The Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers.”
Karl-Anthony Towns — NOT (QUITE) TRASH After reading the segment that follows this one you may say, “Hold on, Chris, didn’t you just say we had to less vicious in […]
It was coincidental that Kanye West’s tweet about “being used” came in the hours before the surprising and emotional 50-point game from Derrick Rose, but the dichotomy of the two situations can’t be ignored, especially in Chicago.
Just because you may leave your hometown, does not mean you can’t consistently give back and make a big impact within that community. James left home, but has always taken care of his. ‘Ye left and we haven’t heard from him until now
It was an amazing year to continue a coming of age with a culture that was doing pretty much the same thing… There was too much money to be made, too many more mountains to climb and folks in the game knew how little help would be offered from the society around them.
As announced by LeBron and his Springhill Entertainment production company via the Hollywood Reporter, James is not only shooting for the rare air of the previous Jam, but the kind of culturally specific yet universal jackpot achieved by the likes of “Black Panther”
One day a young man was sitting in on a group discussion and he was asked, “what is his definition of the American Dream?” Some time was took to ponder […]
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