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HHV Video of the Week: Drake – “Please Forgive Me” (short film) #PleaseForgiveMe

By YRS Jerzy Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer Certain artists come into the game and they cause long-term shifts in how things are done. With Jay Z, he brought lyricism to commercial rap and made it cool to wear a suit. Then, 50 Cent made mixtapes mainstream and made people pay attention

HHV Video of the Week: Common ft. Stevie Wonder – “Black America Again” #KeithScott #KeithLamontScott

By YRS Jerzy Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer They say music is the only medicine, one thing is for sure, it is the universal language. This week, Americans need a lot of medicine to heal from the emotional wounds. Here, in Charlotte, Keith Lamont Scott was brutally murdered by the police. 231252

YRS Jerzy’s Wednesday Throwback (#EmpireSeason3 Edition): Terrence Howard in UPN’s “Sparks” #Empire

By YRS Jerzy Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer Currently, Terrence Howard is dominating television playing the role of the powerful Lucious Lyon on "Empire." The series began on the premise of Lucious (Howard) picking a son to inherit his company. A battle began between the sons. 230810

YRS Jerzy’s Wednesday Throwback: Floetry – “Say Yes” (cameo from #PowerTV star, Omari Hardwick)

By YRS Jerzy Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer In 2001, Floetry rose to fame after writing "Butterflies" for the iconic pop star, Michael Jackson, and providing background vocals. Their stock was high and the sisters quickly dropped their album. The name of the album was Floetic and "Say Yes" was the signature single.

Fifteen Years Later, Jay Z is still #TheBlueprint for rappers, and much more

By Stranga The Great Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer September 11, 2001 is considered one of the most-pivotal days in US history, due to the attacks. Not to take away from that, but it is also a pivotal day in hip hop history. This was when Jay Z officially was crowned the

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