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D.Horton: “I Want to be Revered as the Shakespeare of Hip Hop” Part 2

Photo Credit: Hank Washington; Instagram: iam_hank   ADVISORY: This audio contains explicit language   Music Credits: “Soul Food” – D.Horton; produced by KTGotBeats; The Sessions 2 “Doin’ Something Right” – D.Horton; produced by KTGotBeats; The Sessions 2 “The Friendly City” – D. Horton; produced by KTGotBeats and New1Message; The Sessions 2 “Black Butterfly” – D.Horton; […]

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D.Horton: “I Want to be Revered as the Shakespeare of Hip Hop” Part 1

Photo Credits: Rey Leubh; Instagram: rey_leubh   ADVISORY: This audio contains explicit language   Music Credits: “Still in the House” – D. Horton; produced by KTGotBeats; The Sessions 2 “Hughes Road” – D.Horton; produced by KTGotBeats; The Sessions 3P: Pt. 3 “Homecoming” – D. Horton; produced by Professor X; Brilliant Minds “Yeah 2x” – D.Horton; produced by […]

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The Intertextuality of Hip Hop and Sport Part II

Photo Credit: gawker.com In a time of social despair, the release of the “Straight Outta Compton” film continues to act as a pivotal element in re-inspiring multiple generations of people across the world. Although the timely film brought back some unsettled memories for a few people (get the story behind the film here: https://byoungncompany.com/inspiration/), it […]

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The Intertextuality of Hip Hop and Sport

   It seems that every athlete wants to be a rapper and ever rapper wants to be an athlete, at least this is the case for African American males. Athletes such as Ron Artest, Shaquille O’Neal, Allen Iverson, Kobe Bryant and others have tried to rap, and many rappers have played sports and decided it wasn’t for […]

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