A few weeks ago, Black Thought interrupted hip hop’s whitest week ever.
Brother West. Beloved. I was rooting for you. We were all rooting for you.
“Hard Knock Life” rapper, Jay Z once said in a verse, “I’m a business man.” Now the artist must show how business savvy he can be in SEC deposition and navigating a streaming service set up to empower artists.
Hip hop artist Kendrick Lamar’s works are more than music, they are literary masterpieces
How the recent performance of Beyoncé Knowles made a powerful intersection of black power, black celebrity and HBCUs.
A Newark, New Jersey hip hop artist from the Golden Age of Hip Hop takes on politics as a candidate in the fiercely competitive Council-At-Large position in the upcoming May 8 elections.
Iconic photographer and pioneer of street style photography, Jamel Shabazz, builds with Ark Republic on his purpose and the power of photography as a medium.
Kali Alexander, a yogini who grew up next door to Compton, says she makes the “woo woo” of yoga.
For years, Alexander gives a free class in the Crenshaw Baldwin Hills Mall every Saturday. The area of Los Angeles is a yoga desert that also deals with a plethora of fast-food and liquor stores. Bringing health and wellness to one of the last remaining African American pockets in the city is more than a passion for Kali. It is her calling.