Watch prolific Philly emcee Black Thought (of The Roots) perform at an intimate and exclusive charity event New York City on Thursday.
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Iggy Azalea is not criticized because she has a vagina, she’s criticized for being a modern-day Jim Crow era-inspired minstrel without the blackened face.
UK-based illustrator Ali Graham has transformed The Roots’ Black Thought, ?uestlove, and Captain Kirk Douglas into every ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ fan’s favorite tree-like beings: The GRoots.
Rapper Pharoahe Monch wrestles with an addiction of the heart in his new music video for “Broken Again,” directed by aaronisnotcool.
Black Thought and Questlove of the legendary hip-hop band The Roots recently sat down with Sway Calloway to discuss their 25 year journey and their new album, ‘And Then You Shoot Your Cousin…’
Talib Kweli has released the uncensored version of the music video for his Raekwon-assisted “Violations.”
Brooklyn emcee Talib Kweli recently graced the ‘Arsenio Hall Show’ with a live performance of his enthralling “State of Grace,” joined by singer RES.
Talib Kweli has revealed the official tracklisting for his forthcoming sixth solo album ‘Gravitas,’ which features appearances by Roots frontman Black Thought, Philly songbird RES, rappers Raekwon and Rah Digga, guitarist Gary Clarke Jr. and more.
Following a New York City opening this month, Victoria Mahoney’s critically-acclaimed film, ‘Yelling To The Sky,’ released to iTunes, Amazon, Roku and all other video on demand outlets, and will be available on DVD and Blu-ray February 5, 2013.
Yelling To The Sky, the highly-acclaimed Victoria Mahoney film, opened in New York City on December 14th, and will soon release to iTunes, Amazon, Roku and all other video on demand (VOD) outlets. The film is still playing in two theaters: Cinema Village (22 East 21st Street) and Imagenation (2031 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd).
The Roots is truly the hardest working band we’ve ever seen, releasing a video of their contribution to a new film, ‘Soundtrack For a Revolution,’ which tells the story of the African-American Civil Rights Movement through its powerful music — “freedom songs.”
The minute you tell me that Jill Scott has a new song my eyes widen and a few snippets of my favorite Jill songs speed through my brain. “Shame,” which features Eve — a femcee we’ve been wanting to hear something new from for a while, premiered on stupiddope.com — one of my favorite sites. As I read into the background on the track, it was described as able to “bring rays of sunshine.”