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Posts by Edward Moses:
Once again, Ladies and Gentlemen: a Blago moment.
“I’m blacker than Barack Obama. I shined shoes, I grew up in a five-room apartment. My father had a little laundromat in the black community not far from where we lived. I saw it all …
Bad flashbacks by “Too White Crew”
Too White Crew rolls into town tomorrow night to bring old skool “hip hop” to the folks downstate. One problem: this type of event smacks of abject ignorance, otherwise known as racism. Edward Moses dishes on what’s what.
Notes from the scene of a Massacre
217 Mafia, Red Bull, and the Highdive give C-U a true show.
The error of the rap diva
Or, how Mr. West sets hip-hop back a few dials.
15 hip-hop albums to change your life
Local hip hop artist Agent Mos tells you how to increase your collection of dope independent releases in 15 albums — past and present.
Interview with Slug: Atmosphere “Painted That Sh*t Gold” at Canopy Club
A crisp fall evening seems all too perfect for a warm audience, and a scorching lineup of hip-hop’s best and brightest. Rhymesayers’ “Paint the Nation” tour hit the Canopy Wednesday evening, in a smattering of …
Nas and Talib Kweli: The Canopy Club (08/30/08)
For anyone that pulled up to or walked past the Canopy Club this past Saturday, the mild summer weather was most likely broken by the abnormally long line that stretched from the Canopy to the …
An Epidemic of Hip-Hop’s Illest Descend Upon the Cornfields
Two New York’s infamous five boroughs (Queens and The Bronx), well-known for producing some of hip-hop’s hall of fame artists, are getting ready to let loose two of their finest into the wild of their …
A Humble Hello From a Current Champaign-Urbana Resident
All right, kids. First and foremost, congratulations are in order. You have successfully navigated your relative high school’s snares of comfort, survived a mild summer, and now find yourself someplace you might consider “nowhere.” After …