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Everything We Loved About The J. Cole, Angie Martinez Interview


The hip-hop world is a better place with J. Cole in it and his sit down interview in Miami recently with radio personality Angie Martinez proved why.

Hot 97 Let Racist Employee Paddy Duke Live For Two Decades, Now Station Is...

31 years ago, Sunday, Yusuf Hawkins was murdered. Three blasts to the chest (one lodged in his heart) and the teenager was gone. His...

What NBA Fans Really Need To Know About “The Commissioner” Steve Stoute

Steve Stoute is an iconic name in entertainment. The Queens, NY native was an integral part of the executive brain trust that fueled rap...

Diddy Defends Jay-Z’s NFL Partnership, While Supporting Kaepernick

The conversation over Jay-Z and the NFL’s controversial partnership continues to be the hot button topic of the month. We’ve heard opinions from both sides....

Nipsey Hussle’s Murder Is What “Self Destruction” Warned Us About 30 Years Ago

Three decades after the iconic cut, we're still crying tears of pain. Earlier this year, on January 15th, the iconic hip hop single "Self Destruction"...

Hispanic Heritage Month In Focus: Hip Hop’s Rob Markman


This is part of The Shadow League's Hispanic Heritage Month In Focus series celebrating Latino excellence in sports and culture.

Rob Markman isn't your typical media veteran. With stints on TV and bylines in print, over the c

From Around The Way Girl To Oscar Nominee: Rooting For Mary J. Blige


When I first saw Mary J. Blige appearing in the Dee Rees directed Netflix offering Mudbound<

Mary J. Blige’s Pain Was The Muse For Her Role In The Film Mudbound


Directed by Dee Rees, the Netflix movie Mudbound tells the parallel stories of two families living on a farm in Mississippi near in the end of the European theater of World War II.  One of the families is a white middle-class household headed

Hip Hop, Darryl Strawberry And Growing Up Black in NYC


It was his swingit was always about his swing. There was a bravado in the batters box, a swag to the saunter at a time when swag wasnt in our lexicon. The same year I was born, on May 16th, Daryl Strawberry was brought up from the minors and s

TSL’s  Black Music Month Flow: Cuban Link


If you were on New York's Hip Hop scene in the late 90s, you know exactly who Cuban Link, aka Felix Delgado, is. The one-time Terror Squad affiliate who could often be found building in the Morrisania section of the South Bronx was a close friend