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February 26th, 2013
Tonight on RapCity, we air the last of four episodes celebrating Black History Month. We’ve decided to end with one of the most important rappers of our time, the inimitable 2Pac. T-RexXx will take a look at the political consciousness of Tupac Shakur, the rapper, actor, poet, producer and activist, discuss his important familial connections […]
February 6th, 2013
February is Black History Month, a time to remember all of the pioneers who led the way for black people everywhere. For us here at Much, it’s also a time for us to recognize artists and songs which raised awareness of the Black struggle over time. Presenting our official BHM mixtape. Kendrick Lamar, Hiii Power […]
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February 6th, 2013
February is Black History Month and on this week’s episode of The Wedge we take a look at some of the black artists that have contributed to the indie and alternative music we play on the show. Of course, some of the more recognized artists like TV On the Radio and The Dears are name-dropped […]
February 13th, 2012
So it’s Black History Month 2012 and though it’s nothing new, it is in my opinion even more important now that we ALL celebrate. Black History Month is about learning and sharing lessons of the past. It’s not only about the stories of slavery it is also about recognizing those who fought for Black people […]
February 1st, 2011
February is Black History Month, an important and special time on the calendar for all people of African descent because it is a time to reflect upon where we have been as a collective and where we are going in the future. It’s a time to remember all of the pioneers who led the way for Black people to be judged as first class citizens worldwide and a time to celebrate our achievements in all realms of society from politics to sports to entertainment and everything in between. For us here at MuchMusic Black History Month is a time for us to recognize artist and songs which raised awareness of the Black struggle over time.