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Do You ‘Cee’ What I See?: An Ahistorical Collision Between Hip-Hop,”Manhood,” Silence and Sexuality

  By Cleo Manago, CEO and founder of the Black Men’s Xchange (BMX)  By now you may have heard about the recent scandal surrounding Mister Cee, a well-known hip-hop DJ in New York City. Mister Cee was “caught” on tape soliciting a cross-dressing male posing as a prostitute.  Upon Mister Cee’s recognition that the conversation was made public,…

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Warning: These Dances Are No Longer Cool

If there is one thing you should know about dancing it is this; not all dances are created equally. The following dances are the kind of moves you should avoid and head straight back to your seats or the bar when the music comes on. Hey Macarena The Spanish band Los Del Rio released their hit song The Macarena…

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Top Story: Meet Graffiti Queen Stef 1

Graffiti is an important part of the five elements of hip hop culture. Many times it is often looked at as a male dominated art form. But of course there are plenty of females representing and doing a great job.   I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Chicago graffiti queen better known…

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Dangerous Lee Interviews DJ Soko

What’s behind the name “Soko”? Nickname I got in high school. So=South Ko=Korea. I’m originally from South Korea.  What took you fromDetroit to Brooklyn? First and foremost, lemme start off by saying that I love Detroit. But, I left to be happy esentially. I wanted to do more with music in whatever city it was…

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Week 3: The Dangerous Lee Diaries

1/16/12 – Had an interview on the Flint Underground podcast, picked up the finished video promo for The Dangerous Lee Experiment, and received the logo for Danger Babies. Great day! 1/17/12 – Made lots of important phone calls and spoke with a few people I hadn’t spoken to in quite some time, including DJ Swift. 1/18/12…