Archives for June 2010

A phone call with Hip-Hop personified

Published on 18 Jun 2010 at 12:14 pm. 4 Comments.
Filed under Hip-Hip,music.

[Ringing] Yo. Hip Hop? What’s up? You’re alive! Can’t stop, won’t stop. Thanks for letting me interview you, I know you’re busy. It’s cool. I got to take advantage of this opportunity to represent myself. You’re breaking up a little. Can you hear me okay? Yeah. I’m on a cordless house phone and I stepped […]

Read ‘A phone call with Hip-Hop personified’

June 2010 Interview: Mark Anthony Neal

Published on 15 Jun 2010 at 11:59 pm. Comments Off on June 2010 Interview: Mark Anthony Neal.
Filed under black culture,Hip-Hip,history,music,popular culture.

This Black Music Month our interview is with professor and public intellectual Dr. Mark Anthony Neal. We discuss the role of the public intellectual, Aaron McGruder’s The Boondocks and Dr. Neal’s contribution to Born to Use Mics: Reading Nas’s Illmatic. Enjoy!

Read ‘June 2010 Interview: Mark Anthony Neal’