MoviePass Introducing Surge Pricing For Popular Films

MoviePass will be making some changes in July.https://www.hotnewhiphop.com/moviepass-introducing-surge-pricing-for-popular-films-news.53279.html


MoviePass will be making some changes in July.
https://www.hotnewhiphop.com/moviepass-introducing-surge-pricing-for-popular-films-news.53279.html

Philly’s “Black Magic” is Powerful, Just ask Rapper N. Ave

By jessicabrant Word Is Bond
Do you remember when, this past February, the Philadelphia Eagles won the Super Bowl, and its denizens charred the city to a broil while die-hard fans flipped cars and ate horse shit? Make no mistake: that is Philly being Philly, as one pop culture expert wrote.
What can the temporary demise of a city, after one moment of pure intoxicated bliss, actually teach us about the resurrection of hope?
Brandishing truth as weapon and food for thought, Philadelphia-based rapper N. Ave initiates a similar conversation with his latest EP, “Black Magic.”
“And make no mistake, we out here making love. It’s dog eat dog, and I’m a grizzly club. We all cokeheads, this is Colombia–the house of cards, and I’m the ace of clubs. So f*** with me, I’m going Kevin Spacey. So what up, Washington, this is how you made me.”
In the title track, N. Ave discusses the evil doings of big pharma and corrupt politicians like Elliot Spitzer, and in doing so, he argues that, we, individually and societally, aren’t much different from them. This is largely because of the environment we’ve created for ourselves culturally, psychologically, and sociologically.
In one line, the rapper models himself after a “democratic leader electing Mussolini” to drive this point, and to drive another point that, as a fluid human race, we use different versions of ourselves–the impressionable, the optimistic, the desperate, the greedy–in response to our environments in order to get ahead.
In the instance of the Philly post-Super Bowl rioting, most witnessed an attention-seeking ploy or celebration gone too far that made the evening news. Internet onlookers who didn’t confuse the riots for entertainment and instead took an opportunity to investigate, witnessed an intense desire to belong out of both necessity and choice.
In N. Ave’s case, and the case for many ambitious young black men like him, he is often forced to compromise himself to reach new levels in his career. But from the power used to transform oneself in sacrifice of a greater purpose, comes change. At least that is the hope.
Listen to the rest of the “Black Magic” EP here:

By jessicabrant Word Is Bond

Do you remember when, this past February, the Philadelphia Eagles won the Super Bowl, and its denizens charred the city to a broil while die-hard fans flipped cars and ate horse shit? Make no mistake: that is Philly being Philly, as one pop culture expert wrote.

What can the temporary demise of a city, after one moment of pure intoxicated bliss, actually teach us about the resurrection of hope?

Brandishing truth as weapon and food for thought, Philadelphia-based rapper N. Ave initiates a similar conversation with his latest EP, “Black Magic.”

“And make no mistake, we out here making love. It’s dog eat dog, and I’m a grizzly club. We all cokeheads, this is Colombia–the house of cards, and I’m the ace of clubs. So f*** with me, I’m going Kevin Spacey. So what up, Washington, this is how you made me.”

In the title track, N. Ave discusses the evil doings of big pharma and corrupt politicians like Elliot Spitzer, and in doing so, he argues that, we, individually and societally, aren’t much different from them. This is largely because of the environment we’ve created for ourselves culturally, psychologically, and sociologically.

In one line, the rapper models himself after a “democratic leader electing Mussolini” to drive this point, and to drive another point that, as a fluid human race, we use different versions of ourselves–the impressionable, the optimistic, the desperate, the greedy–in response to our environments in order to get ahead.

In the instance of the Philly post-Super Bowl rioting, most witnessed an attention-seeking ploy or celebration gone too far that made the evening news. Internet onlookers who didn’t confuse the riots for entertainment and instead took an opportunity to investigate, witnessed an intense desire to belong out of both necessity and choice.

In N. Ave’s case, and the case for many ambitious young black men like him, he is often forced to compromise himself to reach new levels in his career. But from the power used to transform oneself in sacrifice of a greater purpose, comes change. At least that is the hope.

Listen to the rest of the “Black Magic” EP here:

Philly’s “Black Magic” is Powerful, Just ask Rapper N. Ave

By jessicabrant Word Is Bond

Do you remember when, this past February, the Philadelphia Eagles won the Super Bowl, and its denizens charred the city to a broil while die-hard fans flipped cars and ate horse shit? Make no mistake: that is Philly being Philly, as one pop culture expert wrote.

What can the temporary demise of a city, after one moment of pure intoxicated bliss, actually teach us about the resurrection of hope?

Brandishing truth as weapon and food for thought, Philadelphia-based rapper N. Ave initiates a similar conversation with his latest EP, “Black Magic.”

“And make no mistake, we out here making love. It’s dog eat dog, and I’m a grizzly club. We all cokeheads, this is Colombia–the house of cards, and I’m the ace of clubs. So f*** with me, I’m going Kevin Spacey. So what up, Washington, this is how you made me.”

In the title track, N. Ave discusses the evil doings of big pharma and corrupt politicians like Elliot Spitzer, and in doing so, he argues that, we, individually and societally, aren’t much different from them. This is largely because of the environment we’ve created for ourselves culturally, psychologically, and sociologically.

In one line, the rapper models himself after a “democratic leader electing Mussolini” to drive this point, and to drive another point that, as a fluid human race, we use different versions of ourselves–the impressionable, the optimistic, the desperate, the greedy–in response to our environments in order to get ahead.

In the instance of the Philly post-Super Bowl rioting, most witnessed an attention-seeking ploy or celebration gone too far that made the evening news. Internet onlookers who didn’t confuse the riots for entertainment and instead took an opportunity to investigate, witnessed an intense desire to belong out of both necessity and choice.

In N. Ave’s case, and the case for many ambitious young black men like him, he is often forced to compromise himself to reach new levels in his career. But from the power used to transform oneself in sacrifice of a greater purpose, comes change. At least that is the hope.

Listen to the rest of the “Black Magic” EP here:

Jaden Smith-Starring "Skate Kitchen" Trailer Drops

"Skate or die, bitch!"https://www.hotnewhiphop.com/jaden-smith-starring-skate-kitchen-trailer-drops-news.53255.html


“Skate or die, bitch!”
https://www.hotnewhiphop.com/jaden-smith-starring-skate-kitchen-trailer-drops-news.53255.html

Napoleon Da Legend teams up with BBass on “Black Privilege 4”

By teckzilla Word Is Bond

Napoleon Da Legend comes through with a heartfelt message in his new record “Black Privilege 4”. The reflective track sees the emcee telling the story of his humble beginnings with such emotion and passion. Joining him on the song is singer BBass who provides the inspiring chorus to motivate everyone.
This is part 4 of the Black Privilege saga from the Steal This Mixtape series. This installment features Rasheed Chappell, BBass, Crazy DJ Bazarro, VVS Verbal and Skeezo. NDL vividly describes his ascent in the rap world, view on current events and dreams from the future over productions from Madlib, Illmind, DJ Muggs, DJ Babu, Jake One and more…
 
Keep up with  Napoleon Da Legend: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

By teckzilla Word Is Bond

Napoleon Da Legend comes through with a heartfelt message in his new record “Black Privilege 4”. The reflective track sees the emcee telling the story of his humble beginnings with such emotion and passion. Joining him on the song is singer BBass who provides the inspiring chorus to motivate everyone.

This is part 4 of the Black Privilege saga from the Steal This Mixtape series. This installment features Rasheed Chappell, BBass, Crazy DJ Bazarro, VVS Verbal and Skeezo. NDL vividly describes his ascent in the rap world, view on current events and dreams from the future over productions from Madlib, Illmind, DJ Muggs, DJ Babu, Jake One and more…

 

Keep up with  Napoleon Da LegendSoundcloud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Nikal Fieldz recruits Emilio Rojas and Sanni on “Issues “

By teckzilla Word Is Bond

Nikal Fieldz teams up with Emilio Rojas & vocalist Sanni on his new record titled “Issues “. Over a somber backdrop, Nikal Fieldz goes into graphic detail about his rough childhood and how his experiences shaped him into what he is right now. On the assist, Emilio Rojas comes through with his own experiences while singer Sanni delivers a heartwarming chorus to wrap it up.
Keep up with  Nikal Fieldz | Soundcloud : Spotify : Twitter : Instagram

By teckzilla Word Is Bond

Nikal Fieldz teams up with Emilio Rojas & vocalist Sanni on his new record titled “Issues “. Over a somber backdrop, Nikal Fieldz goes into graphic detail about his rough childhood and how his experiences shaped him into what he is right now. On the assist, Emilio Rojas comes through with his own experiences while singer Sanni delivers a heartwarming chorus to wrap it up.

Keep up with  Nikal Fieldz | Soundcloud : Spotify : Twitter : Instagram

Teyana Taylor Hosting A Listening Party Tonight For Her Kanye-Produced Album

Teyana Taylor will premiere "KTSE" in Los Angeles.https://www.hotnewhiphop.com/teyana-taylor-hosting-a-listening-party-tonight-for-her-kanye-produced-album-news.53210.html


Teyana Taylor will premiere “KTSE” in Los Angeles.
https://www.hotnewhiphop.com/teyana-taylor-hosting-a-listening-party-tonight-for-her-kanye-produced-album-news.53210.html

Donald Trump & Immigrant Child Featured On Time Magazine's Latest Cover

Trump's highly-contested child separation policy takes centre stage. https://www.hotnewhiphop.com/donald-trump-and-immigrant-child-featured-on-time-magazines-latest-cover-news.53199.html


Trump’s highly-contested child separation policy takes centre stage.
https://www.hotnewhiphop.com/donald-trump-and-immigrant-child-featured-on-time-magazines-latest-cover-news.53199.html

Jay Critch's Album "Hood Favorite" Dropping In July

Jay Critch's new album "Hood Favorite" tabbed for July.https://www.hotnewhiphop.com/jay-critchs-album-hood-favorite-dropping-in-july-news.53189.html


Jay Critch’s new album “Hood Favorite” tabbed for July.
https://www.hotnewhiphop.com/jay-critchs-album-hood-favorite-dropping-in-july-news.53189.html

Northern Bars: Sean Leon's Toronto Is An Idyllic Dream

Toronto rapper Sean Leon's poetic spirit shines as he covets life's simple pleasures. https://www.hotnewhiphop.com/northern-bars-sean-leons-toronto-is-an-idyllic-dream-news.50884.html


Toronto rapper Sean Leon’s poetic spirit shines as he covets life’s simple pleasures.
https://www.hotnewhiphop.com/northern-bars-sean-leons-toronto-is-an-idyllic-dream-news.50884.html

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