Childish Gambino’s “Awaken, My Love!” – A Review

When Donald Glover, a.k.a. Childish Gambino, released his first studio album Camp in 2011, many people were writing him off as another actor-turned-rapper with too much time on his hands. However, the funny thing about talent is that it's...

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Meek Mill’s Dreamchasers 4 – A Review

Meek Mill makes me feel like a person who believes in a kid with tons of potential. A person who wants the kid to succeed and shine as much as possible, but the kid keeps making horrible choices, which leaves...

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Nat Turner Came, and Went: “The Birth Of A Nation” – A Review

Two very different and prevalent backstories have helped ascend Nate Parker’s directorial debut The Birth Of A Nation, - the story of the Virginian slave-preacher Nat Turner who led a slave rebellion -  to obtain nationwide attention.  The first one came from the adulation...

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Diversity in Comic Books

Netflix's Luke cage has brought on the discussion of diversity in comic books (or lack thereof depending on how you choose to look at the situation) back to the forefront. As far as I'm concerned, the comic book world -...

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Netflix’s Luke Cage Season 1 – A Review

On Friday, September 30, Netflix released Season 1 of the highly anticipated Marvel series Luke Cage. We were all able to get a decent taste of Cage in Netflix's Jessica Jones where the PI/Antihero engaged in a crazy relationship...

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Rap Beef 101

Conflicts make anything interesting. When it comes to rap, beef allows us to get a little more invested in the music. Kind of like fantasy sports where you have something to gain from a player's performance. Essentially, rap beefs transform us into a group of...

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Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight – A Review

Travis Scott is an anomaly. At 24 years old, Scott's not your traditional rapper who spits 16 bars on every track like J. Cole or Kendrick Lamar. He's not an R&B singer who hits high notes like The Weeknd or Miguel....

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Mind’s Eye Horror- The Blair Witch Project’s Off-Screen Sound

Editor's Note: With The Blair Witch movie coming out this week, Matthew Turnbull walks us down memory lane and takes us back the the original movie.   The Blair Witch Project (1999) directed by Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sánchez was made with...

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Welcome To “Atlanta”

Chronologically speaking, when episode one of Atlanta starts with a banging, yet hazy rap beat, the slow-motion camera overlooks the Georgia capital through a bird’s eye view, taking its time to showcase the metropolitan area's landscape and dense vegetation....

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Noble HellRaisers – A “Hell or High Water” Review

Disappointment and joy overcame me when I became aware of Hell or High Water. I was disappointed that I had no knowledge that this film was an Official Selection at the Cannes Film Festival back in May, for the Un...

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