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Something in hip hop happened, very important today. I think it’s important that the hip hop culture sits down and listen. Now, hear me out, I’m no rap god, equipped with every righteous thing about hip hop, its creation, or history. So hear me out. Chris Kelly, one half member of Kriss Kross […]
The ‘Side Chick’s’ Delusional Concept of ‘Winning’ Somehow or another the phrase ‘side chick’ has spread like wildfire in today’s relationship conversation. With my steady presence on social networks, I’ve noticed that there are even self-proclamations of being side chicks, yelled from the mouths of women who have no shame. Indeed, these are attractive women, […]
Repost from –> Karakhaotic.com As women, we love hard – by mistake. Not on purpose. To be taken advantage of by a man has to be the equivalent of having a burning knife jabbed into one’s heart, one’s make-up. See as a woman, our heart ‘owns us’. We easily fall in love, because naturally we yearn […]
Just ask my mother how many countless nights I’d sit in my crammed room, on my old twin bed, with my old Barbie radio, with some jacked up old tape of hers, tissue stuffed its corner, awaiting Destiny’s Child singles on the local radio countdown – to record for my own pleasure. I had no […]
“We don’t love them hoes” originated from West Coast’s king rap figure Snoop “Snoop Lion” Dogg, in the 90’s hip hop song “Gin and Juice”. Rap generations from as far back as the late 80’s have heard female degrading songs performed by African American men, which factually discourage any idea of “loving the woman”. I’ll […]
CHAKA-LOGY STUDENTS SPEAK
- The Fall Of Black Sitcoms, Kriss Kross, and Today’s Negative Display of ‘Young Rap’
- The ‘Side Chick’s’ Delusional Concept of ‘Winning’
- Stop “Rape Victim’ Blaming – [Rick Ross Date Rape Lyric Talk]
- I Love Beyonce But, I’m Not ‘Bowing Down’ – I Refuse
- “We Don’t Love Them Hoes”: Is Young Hip Hop Anti-Marriage?