M.I.A. provides us with an updated version of Bad Girls. For the original version, click here.
Take a look Zebra Katz’s video, Ima Read, featuring Njena Reddd Foxxx. I’m not sure how I feel about this video or song in general…
What do you think?
“It is imperative that we ask the question: does the commercial Hip-Hop that is constantly pumped on the radio refute the myth or help to perpetuate it?”
This is the question that TRUTH Minista Paul Scott poses in his recent piece, “Iz Blak Peeple Stoopid: Rap and the Racial Inferiority Myth.” In his article, Scott discuss how the media uses hip-hop as a medium as a way to perpetuate the myth that blacks are intellectually inferior. He goes on to state that some hip-hop and rap artists help to further perpetuate this myth. In the arena of music, Scott argues that the first step is to petition media outlets such as music-centered tv channels and radio stations to play music that doesn’t feed into racial stereotypes about blacks.
Head on over to Allhiphop.com to read the article.
Do you agree with Scott’s views?
Check out the preview to Madonna’s newest release featuring Nicki Minaj and M.I.A. The song will be available on iTunes on February 3 with the video premiering on YouTube on February 4th at 9 a.m. EST. As you may already know, Madonna will be performing during the Superbowl with Nicki Minaj and M.I.A. Cee-lo Green and LMFAO are rumored to be performing as well.
Are you feeling this collaboration?
Listen to the Cali-based rapper’s new mixtape, Big Girl Cookies.
I think you will be surprised at what you hear (in a good way), but let me know what you think!
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Check out the newest release from Miss B, Dumb It Down over at Dat Piff.
Are you feeling this?