The 27 Club

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The 27 Club is Getting Younger, But Can Anyone Stop It? Written By: Airielle Lowe “It’s lonely at the top. That’s the most cliché s**t in the f*****g world, but that’s so true.” - Juice Wrld In an interview with The Breakfast Club released in April, the late rapper Juice Wrld opened up about mental health and confiding in friends while utilizing music as a form of both therapy and a way to connect with his fan base—showing people that they are not alone in their battles. Eight months later he was pronounced dead, a few days after his 21st...
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From Black Advocate To Token Black

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From Black Advocate To Token Black As featured on Blavity.com; Writer: Kadeem Pilgrim Today, I find myself confronting an inner battle that I’ve been dealing with for well over two years. The source of my conflicting feelings?   Kanye Omari West. While that name has lost the veneration it once garnered from the Black community, we as a people would be remiss to pretend that Kanye’s music was not pivotal in hip-hop's transition into the mainstream. Songs like “Jesus Walks” and “Gold Digger” did more than making Kanye West a household name; his music spoke to a generation of Black youths...
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