Arrested Development – Becoming Video off Don’t Fight Your Demons LP

2x Grammy Award Winning, groundbreaking iconic music group, and Hip Hop pioneers Arrested Development recently released their new album ‘Don’t Fight Your Demons.”  The 16-track album features a selection of eclectic musicians including Kuf Knotz, Skyy High, Christine Elise, O’hene Savant, Rambo, Let The Dirt Say Amen, Fro Magnum Man, MRK SX, and is executively produced…

Worldwide Hip Hop Movement Now On Roku TV

Hip Hop Pioneer, CEO of Hip Hop Movement, Author, and former member of New York State Democrat Committee, Ronald Savage aka Bee-Stinger, announces the launch of the Hip Hop Movement Streaming Channel on ROKU TV. “Hip is the Culture Hop is the Movement” -Ronald Savage aka Bee-Stinger Catching up with Savage, he had this to say about the launch, “As…

Hitmaka On DMX Stealing A Girl, Mistakes Made As Young Berg, Jay-Z + Breaks Down New Sound!

The artist formally known Young Berg had hits such as “Sexy Lady,” and “The Business.” Now known as Hitmaka, he sits down with Ebro in the Morning for a very good conversation about some of his past mistakes, reasons for his name change, how Nicki Minaj helped his career, Jay-Z & DMX fighting to sign him, how X once stole a girl from him, transitioning in his career and more.

Dolores Huerta & Cornel West Respond to Democratic Debate as Biden & Harris Face Harsh Scrutiny

Ten presidential hopefuls took the stage Wednesday evening for the second night of a Democratic debate in Detroit. During the night, former Vice President Joe Biden defended his record after facing numerous attacks on his record on criminal justice, the Iraq War, immigration and women’s rights. Senator Kamala Harris also faced criticism over her record as California attorney general. We speak to the legendary labor leader Dolores Huerta, who is co-chair of Kamala Harris’s campaign, and Harvard professor Cornel West, who has endorsed Bernie Sanders.

Tulsi Gabbard Slams Kamala Harris at Debate, Sparks #KamalaHarrisDestroyed

Much of the talk around Night 2 of the second Democratic Primary debates centered around the exchange between Rep. Tulsi Gabbard and Sen. Kamala Harris. Gabbard tore a page out of Harris’ book and attacked the senator on her more than questionable record as a prosecutor in California. Gabbard pressed Harris on a number of issues in her record but received tepid rebuttals from the senator.