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hip-hop

Former Fugees vocalist Lauryn Hill is the latest in a long string of musicians who've had to face the music (no pun intended
Filmmaker Michelle Latimer has long been a fan of hip-hop music — her first concert was a Maestro Fresh Wes gig in Thunder
Proud Canadian and interviewer to the hip-hop stars Nardwuar The Human Serviette has worked his magic once again, leading
Fans attending rapper Danny Brown's concert Friday night in Minneapolis got a bit more than they probably bargained for when
Richard "Crazy Legs" Colon is one of the original B-boys, doing it before people had a name for it. As a kid he was creating moves that are now part of the B-boy vernacular, and in his teens he was traveling the world preaching the gospel of hip-hop, performing in Hollywood movies, and immersing himself in the music and culture of a new art form.
Thanks to viral video culture anyone with a working webcam thinks they can make like they're Snoop Dogg in a coffeehouse
One day in LA, my co-producer and I went into The Gap and a number of other stores. Instead of being my usual 6/8, I had somehow become a 2/4, numbers which I had never seen before on clothing tags. What was it that prompted designers to change their sizing codes in North America?
From a guys perspective it makes no sense to compare Jennifer to Anne. Simply because one is a Jennifer, and the other one is an Anne. That's just the way it is. Can they both exist, walk the red carpet, win an Oscar and call it a gorgeous night? Not really.
The most recent online sensation created by dimwits with access to cameras is the Harlem Shake meme. However, the name of the meme has recently become a topic of discussion and controversy for some, particularly after a group of Harlemites responded to the new Harlem Shake meme in a video released last week. Arguably, the Harlem Shake meme is a form of cultural appropriation in that it is the popular use (and misuse) of a cultural artifact to black culture by a predominantly white crowd. Most importantly, this new Harlem Shake has already began to eradicate the original Harlem Shake from popular culture online.
Two members of the Toronto Raptors broadcast team got in a strange feud with rapper Wale during this week's NBA game against