Hello, Lisa Ford here, the Executive Director for the Dominican Republic’s main tourism and events company with new offices in
Kendrick Lamar, Hip Hop's diamond, just dropped the iconic "Black Panther" soundtrack and I'm writing this blog post as I
Happy Black History Month! The photo you see is of Angela Davis when Swedish TV journalists talked to the Black Panther activist in a 1972 jail interview — she was charged with but not convicted of murder — in footage that's part of The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 (and I'll elaborate on this in a moment). My sister was named after Angela Davis, "Angela Yvonne", so this is why I chose to shine a little light on Davis, in addition to the dope video by..., for my black history tribute.
JOYNER LUCAS just released some real music that is going to give a lot of people cognitive dissonance and hopefully
Introducing The Hip Hop Orgy Magazine After more than 10 years online, LisaFordBlog.com is venturing into electronic magazine publishing. Today we’re proud to announce the tentative front cover of The Hip
In this new candid video, promoting CHRIS BROWN’s documentary, “Chris Brown: Welcome To My Life”, Brown gets candid about his turbulent relationship with fellow superstar, RIHANNA. When that infamous highly publicized fight happened between the two after they attended Clive Davis’ Grammy event in February 2009, I remember thinking to myself...relationships between two beautiful rich successful lovers are the ones that are suppose to work out. A lot of people were living vicariously through Rihanna and Chris Brown and was rooting for them. It was one of those deep tragic moments that haunted Chris Brown until this very day. Check out the video…
Google and the legendary Hip Hop artist, FAB 5 FREDDY, partnered up for an awesome Google Doodle experience. The "44th" birth date of of Hip-Hop stems from a fateful Bronx back-to-school party in August 1973. I'm happy to see that the genre and culture is celebrated by an American conglomerate such as Google and that video contains a small history lesson of how this internationally influential artform was conceived from "scratch".