The New York Post's decision to publish a blatantly racist cartoon comparing our commander in chief to a dead chimpanzee is absolutely unacceptable, especially given the historic racist stereotypes of African-Americans as being synonymous with monkeys.
Join me in demanding that the Editor-in-Chief and all those involved in the decision to print the image step down from their positions at the New York Post. In addition, we want the New York Post to print a full, and unequivocal apology. The Post needs to know that there is no room for this kind of insensitivity and divisiveness -- it distracts us from the real work that we need to do to foster an era of change, collaboration, and acceptance of all people.
P.U.S.H decides to let his newest release speak for itself. He hasn't come with a new single in a very long time, and decides to bring in the OG Mike Jones with it. The song lyrics speak on Makin It Happen, from getting out of the hood, to people hating, to making money. The song has that Mike Jones southern Texas flare to it, and then P.U.S.H comes along with his…See More
6Merta is the future. You may not know it yet, but plenty of people that are in higher positions do. 6Merta came out of nowhere as an already polished and established artist.This is one of those mysterious situations of how did someone who had no connections get so plugged in so quickly, and nobody seems to have an answer.All we know is that he's authentic, and his music is Real Life…See More
East Coast Artist, Chill Nye releases His New Album Broke N' Sad East Coast native, Chill Nye shows diversity in his music by introducing different styles like Lo-Fi, Emo, Alternative Hip-Hop, and Rap. He has been playing guitar since high school- both electric and acoustic. Chill Nye took interest in producing at the age of 20. Generally, Chill buys his beats then works with producers who can cater to his sound. …See More