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Short Film: Exploring Afro-Latino Identity, Part 1

This is part 1 of our 3-part video series highlighting the social relevancy of Afro-Latinos. Their contributions were recently celebrated at the 3rd edition of the Afro-Latino Festival, a 3-day event held in New York City. In this video, it wasn’t your ordinary evening gala. The Afro-Latino festival probed the very idea of what it means…

Saul Williams Takes Us To Burundi

Saul Williams is a modern day renaissance man. He’s an activist, actor, artist, slam poet, writer, composer, and he wears each hat very well. Much of his work is socially conscious, just like his lead single “Burundi” for his new album MartyrLoserKing. Williams released this single before the “period of instability” in Burundi, which is seemingly going to escalate into…

Slice Party: This is What Happens When Art, Music, and Pizza Collide

“Slice Party is a collaboration of artists whose pieces are cut from life itself. This is a space where living is realized from the collections hanging from the walls to the live music bouncing off of them. Taking place in the heart of Brewerytown, our focus is in sharing positivity with our community and celebrating…

Drake Owes Artist Dewey Decibel a Collaboration Track

As I’m speed walking to Dewey Saunders‘  South Philly apartment the cold air is unmerciful against my unprotected hands and face, so I’m feeling extra #blessed when he immediately offers me a cup of chai tea upon my arrival. In retrospect, this gesture was very telling of Dewey’s personality. He’s kind, quirky and has a work ethic like you wouldn’t…

Drake Releases his Short Film “Jungle” and it’s Very Drake

Drake seems to be in his rebellious artist bag at the moment. As the Grammy’s were going on this past Sunday, even with Drizzy’s two nod’s for “0-100″, Drake was in his hometown of Toronto putting on battle rap’s event of the year with Blackout 5. I didn’t see this short film “Jungle” coming from…

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