The Hip Hop Drop-in is TODAY.
⇒ Saturday, April 19th, 4–6pm @ Simple Studios. [  Click me! ]

The Hip Hop Drop-in is TODAY.
⇒ Saturday, April 19th, 4–6pm @ Simple Studios. [ image Click me! ]

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Our show is TONIGHT!
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Double-dip on Hip Hop Debate this weekend!

First: We have an amazing show planned with our friends Robopop Friday at the Triple Crown.
⇒ Friday, April 18th, 9:30pm @ Triple Crown. [  Click me! ]

And if we blow you away, and you want to try your hand and mouth at hip hop improv, you will have the chance to practice with us at the Hip Hop Drop-in on Saturday.
⇒ Saturday, April 19th, 4–6pm @ Simple Studios. [  Click me! ]

Our show is TONIGHT!

empiricallyricist:

Double-dip on Hip Hop Debate this weekend!

First: We have an amazing show planned with our friends Robopop Friday at the Triple Crown.
⇒ Friday, April 18th, 9:30pm @ Triple Crown. [ image Click me! ]

And if we blow you away, and you want to try your hand and mouth at hip hop improv, you will have the chance to practice with us at the Hip Hop Drop-in on Saturday.
⇒ Saturday, April 19th, 4–6pm @ Simple Studios. [ image Click me! ]

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Lootpack // The Anthem

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New Edition, “If It Isn’t Love” from Heart Break (MCA, 1988)

If it isn’t love why does it hurt so bad

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Only black people

That’s why we’re awesome nigga

niggas lol

so we gon act like that beat wasnt hot

omfggg

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Double-dip on Hip Hop Debate this weekend!

First: We have an amazing show planned with our friends Robopop Friday at the Triple Crown.
⇒ Friday, April 18th, 9:30pm @ Triple Crown. [  Click me! ]

And if we blow you away, and you want to try your hand and mouth at hip hop improv, you will have the chance to practice with us at the Hip Hop Drop-in on Saturday.
⇒ Saturday, April 19th, 4–6pm @ Simple Studios. [  Click me! ]

Double-dip on Hip Hop Debate this weekend!

First: We have an amazing show planned with our friends Robopop Friday at the Triple Crown.
⇒ Friday, April 18th, 9:30pm @ Triple Crown. [ Click me! ]

And if we blow you away, and you want to try your hand and mouth at hip hop improv, you will have the chance to practice with us at the Hip Hop Drop-in on Saturday.
⇒ Saturday, April 19th, 4–6pm @ Simple Studios. [ Click me! ]

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Gentrification is violence. Couched in white supremacy, it is a systemic, intentional process of uprooting communities… [Its] central act of violence is one of erasure.

…“Girls,” for example, reimagines today’s Brooklyn as an entirely white community. Here’s a show that places itself in the epicenter of a gentrifying city with gentrifiers for characters – it is essentially a show about gentrification that refuses to address gentrification. After critics lambasted Season 1 for its lack of diversity, the show brought in Donald Glover to play a black Republican and still managed to avoid the more pressing and relevant question of displacement and racial disparity that the characters are, despite their self-absorption, deeply complicit with. What’s especially frustrating about “Girls” not only dodging the topic entirely but pushing back – often with snark and defensiveness against calls for more diversity – is that it’s a show that seems to want to bring a more nuanced take on the complexities of modern life.

In an appallingly overwritten New York magazine article with the (I guess) provocative title “Is Gentrification All Bad?,” Justin Davidson imagines a first wave of gentrifiers much the way I’ve heard it described again and again: “A trickle of impecunious artists hungry for space and light.” This is the standard, “first it was the artists” narrative of gentrification, albeit a little spruced up, and the unspoken but the understood word here is “white.” Because, really, there have always been artists in the hood. They aren’t necessarily recognized by the academy or using trust funds supplementing coffee shop tips to fund their artistic careers, but they are still, in fact, artists. The presumptive, unspoken “white” in the first round of artists gentrification narrative is itself an erasure of these artists of color.

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Gentrification’s insidious violence: The truth about American cities | Salon  (via america-wakiewakie)

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theelectricrelaxation:

I found this restaurant in Atlanta called Bon Rappetite (I don’t know how i’ve never heard of this, I live in Atlanta) and all of their fucking meals are named after rappers.

Ol’ Dirty Custard

Lil Kimchi

Master P Soup

Roastface Killah

WU TANG CLAMS

http://bon-rappetite.com/

Lil Wangs….

Master P soup…..

Ole Dirty Custard…..

I LIIIIIIIIIVEEE

Wu Tang Clams…

Method Mayonnaise…

Turkey Minaj…

BRUH….

The dude that plans this date wins

Most epic first date ever

The ring on the spot

But WU TANG CLAMS!! DOES IT COME WITH 36 BREADSTICKS???

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 36 BREADSTICKS!!!!!!!

it’s the thuggish ruggish pooone!

PooooOOOOooooOOOOOOooooooONNNNNNNNE

Look at the events at this freaking restuarant for Feburary

News & Events

 

no lie, imma still be laughin about this like 4 weeks from now

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E.U. - Da Butt

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Weak- SWV

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